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AQA A-level Sociology: Beliefs of Sociology - 20 Markers Topics 1-4
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AQA A-level Sociology: Beliefs of Sociology - 20 Markers Topics 1-4

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A student’s 7 top-band complete 20-mark essays (1,500-2,000 words) in preparation for their Year 13 assessment on topics 1-4 of the Beliefs in Society section, following the structure: Point Evidence Explanation Evaluation Link The question demands (sourced from past papers, Tutor2U or the Hectic Teacher) include: Applying material from Item A and your knowledge, evaluate the claim that religion performs an ideological function in the interests of powerful groups. Applying material from item B4 and your own knowledge, evaluate Marxist views of the nature and role of religion. Apply material from Item J and your knowledge, evaluate the view that religion acts as a force for social change. Applying material from item B15 and your own knowledge, evaluate the view that religion is of declining significance in people’s lives in the world today. Applying material from the item and your own knowledge, evaluate the view that the extent of secularisation has been exaggerated. Applying material from the item and your own knowledge, evaluate the view that the extent of secularisation has been exaggerated (the same as above, but different concepts, data and theorists used to broaden understanding and evaluation). Apply material from Item A and your own knowledge, evaluate the impact of postmodernity on religious and spiritual beliefs and practices.
AQA A-level Sociology: Education - Ethnicity 30 Markers
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Two AQA A-level Sociology Education essays for the Ethnicity topic, using the question demands: Applying material from item C9 and your own knowledge evaluate the view that ethnic differences in educational achievement are primarily the result of factors inside of school. Applying material from Item C7 and your knowledge, evaluate the view that ethnic differences in educational achievement are a product of factors inside school. While analogous in their wording, different studies and theorists have been used throughout, to vary the possible answers students could provide. The structure is as follows: Point Evidence Explanation Evaluation Link (to question) A 25p reduction has been made, due to the question similarity. The student’s own quantitative findings and clear evaluation included.
AQA AS-level Sociology: Education - Class 30 Markers
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Two AQA AS-level Sociology Education essays for the Class topic, answering the prompt: Applying material from Item B and your knowledge, evaluate sociological explanations of social class differences in educational achievement. Applying material from item C5 and your own knowledge, evaluate the view that middle class pupils’ higher levels of achievement are the product of factors outside of school. Produced by a top band student utilising their wider reading and sprinkling both key sociologists and clear evaluation throughout - structure followed: Point Evidence Explanation Evaluation Link (to question)
AQA AS-level Sociology: RM - Interviews
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AQA AS-level Sociology: RM - Interviews

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9-page document on interviews for Research Methods, displaying the different types, various studies, positivist v interpretivist responses, pit-stop questions and answers, their relevant to the Education side, and a student’s own interview vision.
AQA AS-level Sociology: Research Methods - Mega PowerPoint!
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AQA AS-level Sociology: Research Methods - Mega PowerPoint!

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Studying or teaching Research Methods at AS Sociology level? This 70-slide PowerPoint will have you sorted in no time! Detailing all six topic areas (excluding the special application to Education), this resource includes: Subdivisions for each research method, with images and other types of media inserted to enhance student learning. Short video clips for wider reading, such as those from Louis Theroux’s 2019 Surviving America’s Most Hated Family. Countless charts assessing the strengths/weaknesses of each method, using several experiment or study examples to augment student understanding. Visually-appealing positives/negatives slides, incorporating real-life characters. Clear links back to positivist and interpretivist viewpoints.
AQA A-level Sociology: Beliefs in Society - Quizzes Bundle (All Topics!)
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AQA A-level Sociology: Beliefs in Society - Quizzes Bundle (All Topics!)

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Engaging, bright and broad quizzes for all Beliefs in Society topics, averaging at 15-25 slides, with a maximum of 141 questions. Theorist images included and colour-coded thematically/for evaluative point for memorising these important differences. Note: A separate quiz is attached for Secularisation statistics to prevent students from being overwhelmed by quantitative information, with extra figures incorporated. Quizzes sold individually for £2.