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Thank you for taking time to visit my online resources shop. Please feel free to follow and like my twitter page on @SourceaResource and my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SourceaResource/ . I'm a secondary teacher working near Northampton. I have been teaching for over 15 years specialising in sociology and religious education.

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Thank you for taking time to visit my online resources shop. Please feel free to follow and like my twitter page on @SourceaResource and my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SourceaResource/ . I'm a secondary teacher working near Northampton. I have been teaching for over 15 years specialising in sociology and religious education.
Is sociology a science?
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Is sociology a science?

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Based for A Level sociology, A full lesson on the sociology and science debate, based on any relevant textbooks, but ideally AQA A Level Sociology Book 2 by Webb and Westergaard. Includes activities exam question opportunities/self assessment, also differentiated via lesson outcomes.
Religion as a force for social change or a conservative force
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Religion as a force for social change or a conservative force

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A lesson looking at the debate amongst sociologists on whether religion is a conservative force or a force for social change. Ideal for Key stage 5 Sociology AQA Paper 2 Beliefs in society. The lesson contain discussion exercises and summary evidence tables and a 20 mark exam style question with a writing frame and mark scheme. The lesson comes fully resourced and is differentiated using SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Beliefs in society revision lesson
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Beliefs in society revision lesson

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The pack contains a full summary of the Beliefs in society unit connected to the AQA exam specification. Also, templates for revision mind maps, a key concept quiz, a 10 mark and 20 mark exam question and a mark scheme for each.
Secularisation
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Secularisation

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A lesson on the debate surround secularisation in society. The lesson is aimed towards Key Stage 5 Sociology for the AQA Paper 2 Beliefs in society unit. The lesson contains a card sort activity, discussion exercise and a 10 mark exam question with a writing template and mark scheme. The lesson comes fully resourced but can be used alongside a key textbook. The lesson is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online TES shop for lots more similar resources .... https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Ethnicity and religion
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Ethnicity and religion

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A lesson on the impact ethnicity has on religious belief. The lesson is aimed at key stage 5 Sociology AQA Paper 2 Beliefs in society unit. The lesson contains image discussions, relevant statistics and an overview of the key explanations. The lesson comes fully resourced and is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online TES shop for lots more similar resources .... https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Introduction to sociological theory lesson
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Introduction to sociological theory lesson

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A lesson introducing students to sociological theory aimed at A level sociology as part of an introduction to the course. The lesson covers the main branches of theory like structuralism and social action and applying them to real life societal issues. The lesson contains many activities and tasks to develop their understanding of a challenge issue. The lesson comes fully resourced and is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Family diversity
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Family diversity

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A lesson on family diversity for the AQA A Level sociology Paper 2 Families and households unit. The lesson is packed full of relevant tasks linked to modernist theories and postmodern theory and their views on family diversity. The lesson have discussion tasks, group tasks and a 20 mark exam questions which comes with a mark scheme and writing frame. The lesson is fully resourced and differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson.
Feminism and religion lesson
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Feminism and religion lesson

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A lesson on the feminist view on the role of religion aimed ay key stage 5 sociology AQA Paper 2 Belief in society. the lesson contains engaging discussion exercises, a newspaper article task, summary note taking template and homework of a 20 mark exam question which comes with a writing frame and mark scheme. The lesson comes fully resourced and is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Marxism and the family lesson
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Marxism and the family lesson

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A lesson on the Marxist view on the role of the family. Ideal to use as part of the families and households unit at both GCSE or A Level. The lesson focuses on the key evidence and concepts and draws out evaluation. Tasks include visual discussions, a factory task to understand what capitalism is and a note summary template. Can be used in conjunction with a course textbook. The lesson is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Nature and Nurture lesson
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Nature and Nurture lesson

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A lesson on the nature vs. nurture debate. The lesson is aimed as part of an introduction to either GCSE or A 'Level sociology. The lesson contains image discussions, feral child case study analysis and extended writing. The lesson comes fully resourced and is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Functionalism and the family lesson
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Functionalism and the family lesson

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A lesson on the functionalist role of the family. Ideal to use as part of the Families and Household units at GCSE or A Level sociology. The lesson covers the main studies and concepts associated with the functionalist view. It allows for mastery thinking or analysing and evaluating the theory. There is opportunity to self assess a 10 mark question and this also has a writing frame. The lesson comes fully resourced and is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Neo-Marxism and religion lesson
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Neo-Marxism and religion lesson

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A lesson on the Neo-Marxist response to religion. Aimed at AQA Sociology Paper 2 Beliefs in Society. The lesson contains engaging discussion exercises, summaries of relevant theorists and a summary task. The lesson comes fully resourced, but can be used in conjunction with a key course textbook. The lesson is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Modernity and Postmodernity
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Modernity and Postmodernity

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Based on the features of modernity and postmodernity for the Theory and Methods section in A Level sociology. Can be used in conjunction with any textbook. Also includes a puzzle and mix match sheet. Differentiated.
Age and religion
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Age and religion

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A lesson on the impact age has on religious belief. The lesson is aimed at key stage 5 Sociology AQA Paper 2 Beliefs in society unit. The lesson contains image discussions, a sorting/ranking reasons exercise, relevant statistics, an overview of the key explanations and a 10 mark exam question with a writing frame. The lesson comes fully resourced and is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online TES shop for lots more similar resources .... https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson
Feminism and the family lesson
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Feminism and the family lesson

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A lesson on the various feminist responses to the role of the family aimed at A Level sociology, but can be unused at GCSE. The lesson contains engaging discussion exercises, summary table template and applying student learning to situations. The lesson can be used in conjunction with a course textbook. The lesson is differentiated via SOLO Taxonomy. Please visit my online shop for lots more similar resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JamesPearson