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I have been teaching for over 20 years, from reception to HE. I have taught a variety of subjects: Citizenship, Functional Skills, Geography, History, Life-skills, Psychology, Religious Education, Sociology and more!

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I have been teaching for over 20 years, from reception to HE. I have taught a variety of subjects: Citizenship, Functional Skills, Geography, History, Life-skills, Psychology, Religious Education, Sociology and more!
World War One - 10 lesson bundle!
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World War One - 10 lesson bundle!

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Resources include big ideas/questions, learning objectives, starter activities, plenaries, differentiated activities, presentations, worksheets, videoclip links and board game covering: Lesson 1 - What were the causes of World War One? Lesson 2 - Why did men join the army? Lesson 3 - What were the trenches like? Lesson 4 - What weapons were used in the war? Lesson 5 - Why did so many die at the Somme? Lesson 6 - How did the government hide the truth about the war? Lesson 7 - How did soldiers feel about the war? Lesson 8 - How did the war affect people at home? Lesson 9 - What were your chances of surviving the trenches? including a board game Lesson 10 - Why and how did the war end? Written for lower ability Year 8 students - easily adaptable for other abilities/KS3 - KS2 year groups.
GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance Lesson and Revision Bundle
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GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance Lesson and Revision Bundle

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Bundle includes key sociological perspectives on Crime and Deviance - Crime and the Media, Functionalist and Subcultural theory, Measuring Crime, Crime and Age and Crime and Gender Also included is learning tables and other revision sheets which can be used to help consolidate learning. Ideal for GCSE students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
A' Level Sociology - Research Methods 10 - 12 Lesson and Revision Bundle
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A' Level Sociology - Research Methods 10 - 12 Lesson and Revision Bundle

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Resources include 10 - 12 lessons covering introduction to research methods, reliability and validity, sampling and questionnaires, experiments, the research process, focus groups and interviews, participant and non-participant observation, secondary data, longitudinal and case studies plus research methods revision guides, maps and activities. Lessons include lesson objectives, ppts, worksheets, independent work, exam-type questions, video clip links and more. Designed for AQA but could easily be adapted for any syllabus. Ideal for A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance - Crime and Age
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GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance - Crime and Age

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Resource (PPT and work booklet ) covers sociological perspectives on Crime and Age, including theories of age and crime suggested by Cohen, Miller,Katz, Lyng, Matza, Coleman et al. Students wil explain and evaluate Bennett’s research and the work by Henry into young criminals and will also assess sociological explanations and research on the relationship between patterns of offending and victimisation and age. Also included is video clip links to help consolidate learning. Ideal for GCSE Sociology students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
GCSE Edexcel - Islam - Crime and Punishment - full unit of work - 8 lesson bundle!
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GCSE Edexcel - Islam - Crime and Punishment - full unit of work - 8 lesson bundle!

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At least 8 lessons worth of material, including lessons objectives and big ideas, starter activities, differentiated activities, card-sorting exercises, case-studies, revision exercises, video links, plenaries and more. Written for the GCSE Edexcel, Spec B Short course but can be easily adapted for other GCSE specifications. Lessons cover: • Correlation between video games and crime • Impact of gun crime • Aims of punishment • The age of criminal responsibility • Different types of punishment • The effectiveness of prisons for young people, applying own ideas • Arguments for and against capital punishment • Real-life murder case studies from the USA and UK • Islamic views on crime, punishment, justice, capital punishment and forgiveness Scheme of work also included.
GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance - Crime and Gender
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GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance - Crime and Gender

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Resource (PPT, worksheet and Learning Table) covers sociological perspectives on Crime and Gender, including Heidensohn (Biological Theory, Sex-role theory and transgression), Carlen (Control Theory), Smart (post-modernism), Messerschmidt (normative masculinity), Female Crime Statistics, and more… ideal for GCSE Sociology students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
GCSE Religious Studies - Christian views on Divorce and Remarriage
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GCSE Religious Studies - Christian views on Divorce and Remarriage

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At least two lessons worth of material, including lesson objectives, Big Idea, ppt, starters, worksheets, card-sorting and homework tasks. Friends and The Simpsons are also referred to with questions, to help students reflect in a different way on the concepts of divorce and remarriage. Friends script included in bundle! Based on Edexcel Syllabus B, Christianity but can be easily adapted for other syllabuses. Perfect for GCSE R.S Short or Full course students.
PSHE - Sex and Relationships - lesson bundle
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PSHE - Sex and Relationships - lesson bundle

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At least half term worth of lessons on Sex and Relationships, covering good and bad relationships, signs of abuse, purpose of sex, teenage pregnancy, contraception and STI’s. Lesson objectives, starters, plenaries, discussion activities, worksheets, video clip links and more. Ideal for Year 9 and above.
Anne Frank's diary - BBC - 6 - 8 lessons!
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Anne Frank's diary - BBC - 6 - 8 lessons!

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Resources include big idea, learning objectives, starter activity, plenary, reflection exercise, differentiated activities and worksheets and video clip links covering the diary of Anne Frank, using the BBC series. At least 6 - 8 lessons worth of material. Useful for both Religious Studies and History lessons. Written for lower ability Year 8 students - easily adaptable for other abilities/year groups - e.g. Year 7.
GCSE Religious Studies - Marriage and Relationships - Christian Views - 14 lesson bundle
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GCSE Religious Studies - Marriage and Relationships - Christian Views - 14 lesson bundle

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Bundle of lessons and revision exercises based on Edexcel, Syllabus B, Christianity, Marriage and the Family, but can be easily adapted for other exam boards. Resources include lesson objectives, starters and plenaries, differentiated activities, homework ideas, video clip links, revision exercises, board gameand more! Perfect for full or short course students.
Jewish Passover / Pesach  and Seder Meal  - 2 lessons
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Jewish Passover / Pesach and Seder Meal - 2 lessons

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At least 2 lessons worth of material including lesson plans, lesson objectives, starter activities, homework, differentiated activities, guided stilling/mindfulness exercise, Seder meal information and script and more! Great for Key Stage 3 students.
GCSE Religious Studies - Crime and Punishment introduction
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GCSE Religious Studies - Crime and Punishment introduction

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Great introduction to Crime and Punishment, including worst crimes in the world thinking activity, differences between crime and sin plus ppts, worksheets, learning objectives and activities. Ideal for students beginning GCSE Religious Studies, with video links. At least 2 - 3 lessons worth of material.
GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance - Measuring Crime
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GCSE Sociology - Crime and Deviance - Measuring Crime

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Resource covers fear of crime, crime trends, measuring crime, crime statistics and dark side of crime statics, different sociological perspectives on crime and more… ideal for GCSE Sociology students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.