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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!
PSHE - Mental Health - Self Harm - full lesson
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PSHE - Mental Health - Self Harm - full lesson

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PSHE lesson on self-harm - helping students to understand what self-harm is, practice how to help and support someone who is self-harming and challenge misconceptions surrounding self-harm, and to discuss routes to help and support. Lesson also includes video clip link. Ideal for Year 9 and above.
GCSE Sociology - Research Methods - Participant and Non-participant observation - Lesson 6
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GCSE Sociology - Research Methods - Participant and Non-participant observation - Lesson 6

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This lesson focuses on Observation (participant and non-participant), including key words and definitions linked with observation, different observation techniques and strengths and limitations/weaknesses of using observation Resource includes lesson objectives, starter and plenary activities, video clip links, independent work and more. Ideal for GCSE Sociology students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
GCSE Sociology - Research Methods - Experiments - Lesson 3
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GCSE Sociology - Research Methods - Experiments - Lesson 3

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Lesson examines Experiments, including the Milgram experiment, considering the research method, theoretical approach and the ethics involved; also looks at strengths and weaknesses of experiments. Resource includes lesson objectives, ppt, worksheet, video clip link and independent work. Ideal for GCSE Sociology students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
Moses and the Ten Plagues - a board game
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Moses and the Ten Plagues - a board game

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A wonderful little game for students to play to help them consolidate their learning of Moses and the Ten Plagues. There are two ways to play the game - one without the quiz cards, and one with the quiz cards. Ideal for starter or plenary activity - takes about 10 - 15 minutes to play. Print onto A3, laminate and use year after year! Perfect for Primary or Lower Secondary.
Religious studies - The Environment - 3 lessons
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Religious studies - The Environment - 3 lessons

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At least THREE lessons worth of resources on Christian views on the Environment, including lesson objectives, starters and plenaries, differentiated activities, Environment Game, class assessment and homework tasks, video wmv and more! Aimed at KS3 students studying the environment.
Christmas play - we're going on a present hunt!
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Christmas play - we're going on a present hunt!

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The simple but sweet script is based on ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ but with a Christmas theme and is about 5 minutes long - perfect for reception/year 1 students to show to parents/assembly with easy to remember lines and lots of action that all members of the chorus can join in with!
Religious Studies - The Environment - lesson bundle
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Religious Studies - The Environment - lesson bundle

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Bundle includes 7-8 lessons worth of resources - lesson objectives, starters, plenaries, differentiated activities, two assessments, environment game, homework tasks, video clip links and more covering Christian views towards environmental issues, including pollution, animal rights and stewardship. Ideal for Year 8 students.
GCSE Sociology - AQA - Research Methods 10 - 12 Lesson and Revision Bundle
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GCSE Sociology - AQA - 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 bundle. 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 GCSE Sociology students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
GCSE Sociology - Research Methods - revision activities
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GCSE Sociology - Research Methods - revision activities

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Bunch of Sociology Research Methods revision activities including matching key words, short test paper, crossword (with answers) and more to help students consolidate their learning. Ideal for GCSE Sociology students or A’ Level students who have not studied Sociology before.
World War One - 3 lesson bundle- causes of WW1, why men joined the army and trench warfare
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World War One - 3 lesson bundle- causes of WW1, why men joined the army and trench warfare

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Resources include Big Ideas, learning objectives, starter activities, plenaries, differentiated activities, presentations and worksheets 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? Written for lower ability Year 8 students - easily adaptable for other abilities/KS3 - upper KS2 year groups.
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.
A' Level Psychology - Memory revision workbook
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A' Level Psychology - Memory revision workbook

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Great resources to help consolidate Memory - workbook covers: a) Memory models b) Case-studies c) Eye-witness testimony d) Strategies for improving memory Different activities include essay questions, tables, investigative questions etc. Can be used as an aid for revision or used as a home-learning workbook between lessons.