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You will find resources for: GCSE Sociology AQA AQA A-Level Sociology Edexcel GCSE History (Nazi Germany and Medicine Through Time) KS3 History Pending: WJEC Criminology

You will find resources for: GCSE Sociology AQA AQA A-Level Sociology Edexcel GCSE History (Nazi Germany and Medicine Through Time) KS3 History Pending: WJEC Criminology
A - Level Sociology: Research Methods
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A - Level Sociology: Research Methods

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A full unit of work desgined to introduce KS5 students to A-Level Research Methods for the first time. This is a series of 7 lessons, including all relevant spec points for both AQA A-Level Sociology. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced Sociology examiners. My resources include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Exam focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations
Careers display - Suitable for all subjects!
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Careers display - Suitable for all subjects!

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Career display in the style of a London Underground map! Really good for showing evidence of meeting new OFSTED suggestions of a career focus. My version is set up for sociology, but it is very easily adapted to any subject. Just type, print and go! Please note: You will need Powerpoint on your system and be aware fonts may change slightly. You may need to change the fonts if your system does not match the formatting. Happy decorating :)
Is Sociology a Science - AQA A-Level Double Lesson
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Is Sociology a Science - AQA A-Level Double Lesson

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This file contains 2x 75 minute lessons focused on The AQA A-Level debate ‘Is Sociology a Science?’ This lesson includes all resources necessary, but some parts do include reference to the Napier Press A Level Sociology textbooks. These are useful, but not entirely required. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced Sociology examiners. My resources include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Exam focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts
Unit 3 , 1.3 WJEC Criminology
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Unit 3 , 1.3 WJEC Criminology

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This is a full 3-lesson set of 75 minute lessons that covers the entirety of Unit 3, 1.3. They build up to an ‘End of Unit’ write up in the style of the Controlled Assessment. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced WJEC Criminology examiners. My resources include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Suggested activities from the Napier Press website Controlled assessment focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations Please note: Some activities rely on having access to the following textbooks: Criminology - WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma - Carole A Henderson Criminology Book One for the WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma (Napier Press)
Functionalism and Social Stratification
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Functionalism and Social Stratification

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A lesson focused on enquiry: Why do functionalists believe that social stratification is a ‘universal necessity’? A self contained 75 minute lesson - no textbook needed! Includes: A ‘do now’ quiz with answers Mini-whiteboard style activities Reading comprehension activities A printable worksheet Videos Discussion tasks Extended writing activity Exam question activity Fully editable and adaptable for your class.
Unit 1, 1.1 Criminology WJEC
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Unit 1, 1.1 Criminology WJEC

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This is a full 6-lesson set of 75 minute lessons that covers the entirety of Unit 1, 1.1. They build up to an ‘End of Unit’ write up in the style of the Controlled Assessment. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced WJEC Criminology examiners. They include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Suggested activities from the Napier Press website Controlled assessment focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations Please note: Some activities rely on having access to the following textbooks: Criminology - WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma - Carole A Henderson Criminology Book One for the WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma (Napier Press)
1.1 Unit 3 WJEC Criminology
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1.1 Unit 3 WJEC Criminology

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This is a full 5-lesson set of 75 minute lessons that covers the entirety of Unit 3, 1.1. They build up to an ‘End of Unit’ write up in the style of the Controlled Assessment. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced WJEC Criminology examiners. My resources include: Do now style quizzes with answers Documentary downloads Clips and News articles Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Suggested activities from the Napier Press website Controlled assessment focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations Please note: Some activities rely on having access to the following textbooks: Criminology - WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma - Carole A Henderson Criminology Book One for the WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma (Napier Press)
GCSE Sociology: Research Methods Unit
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GCSE Sociology: Research Methods Unit

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A full unit of work desgined to introduce Y10 students to GCSE Sociology - Research Methods for the first time. This is a series of 7 lessons, including all relevant spec points for both AQA and WJEC GCSE Sociology. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced Sociology examiners. My resources include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Exam focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations
Unit 1, 1.3 WJEC Criminology
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Unit 1, 1.3 WJEC Criminology

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This is a full 4-lesson set of 75 minute lessons that covers the entirety of Unit 1, 1.3. They build up to an ‘End of Unit’ write up in the style of the Controlled Assessment. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced WJEC Criminology examiners. They include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Suggested activities from the Napier Press website Controlled assessment focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations Please note: Some activities rely on having access to the following textbooks: Criminology - WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma - Carole A Henderson Criminology Book One for the WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma (Napier Press)
Unit 1, 1.2 WJEC Criminology
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Unit 1, 1.2 WJEC Criminology

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This is a full 3-lesson set of 75 minute lessons that covers the entirety of Unit 1, 1.2. They build up to an ‘End of Unit’ write up in the style of the Controlled Assessment. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced WJEC Criminology examiners. My resources include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Suggested activities from the Napier Press website Controlled assessment focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations Please note: Some activities rely on having access to the following textbooks: Criminology - WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma - Carole A Henderson Criminology Book One for the WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma (Napier Press)
6-Lesson Bundle - Intro to AQA A-Level Sociology
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6-Lesson Bundle - Intro to AQA A-Level Sociology

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This is a 6 lesson bundle of A-Level Sociology lessons designed for students new to the subject, covering all the basics they would have learned at GCSE. This includes full assessment and mark scheme. These lessons are designed to fit the AQA specification and build exam skills for the A-Level AQA paper. The lessons include challenge tasks and mini-quizzes throughout (inspired by the Rosenshine Principles pedagogy). In the “notes” section of each slide there are links to relevant information. These lessons include homework suggestions and video links. These lessons are designed to be taught using the red AQA A-Level Sociology Book One (Including AS Level) Napier Press Sociology textbook (By Webb Westergarrd Trobe and Townend).
GCSE Sociology (AQA/WJEC) - Families and Households
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GCSE Sociology (AQA/WJEC) - Families and Households

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This is a entire SOW for the Families and Households topic. It includes 21x 75 minute lessons. It is suitable for both WJEC and AQA GCSE Sociology in terms of content, however the exam skills will be more focused on WJEC style questions. These are easily adaptable to suit AQA questions. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced Sociology examiners. My resources include: Starter quizzes Videos Exam practice and model answers Whiteboard quizzes Structured discussion activities Please note, some activities require the use of the AQA GCSE (9-1) Sociology Textbook and the WJEC Eduqas GCSE Sociology textbook.
GCSE Sociology Knowledge Organiser/Summary sheets/Revision guide
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GCSE Sociology Knowledge Organiser/Summary sheets/Revision guide

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This is a fully editable GCSE Sociology Knowledge Organiser. It could also be used as individual summary sheets/classroom posters/Revision guide resource. It includes: A general overview of each perspective Key word glossaries Key studies for each unit Research methods summary sheets Evaluation charts for every research method This is fully in line with the GCSE WJEC and AQA Specification for Sociology.
GCSE Sociology: What is Sociology?
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GCSE Sociology: What is Sociology?

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A full unit of work desgined to introduce Y10 students to GCSE Sociology for the first time. This is a series of 9 lessons, including all relevant spec points for both AQA and WJEC GCSE Sociology. These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced Sociology examiners. My resources include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Exam focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Homework/Independant study recommendations
4 Lesson Introduction to Family and Households (A-Level AQA Sociology)
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4 Lesson Introduction to Family and Households (A-Level AQA Sociology)

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This is a 3-4 lesson sequence of A-Level Sociology lessons designed for students new to the subject, covering all the basics they would have learned at GCSE. Lessons: What are families and households? What are the alternatives to living in a family? Is the nuclear family dead? Debate lesson based on structured independent study These lessons are designed to fit the AQA specification and build exam skills for the A-Level AQA paper. The lessons include challenge tasks and mini-quizzes throughout (inspired by the Rosenshine Principles pedagogy). In the “notes” section of each slide there are links to relevant information. These lessons include homework suggestions and video links. These lessons are designed to be taught using the red AQA A-Level Sociology Book One (Including AS Level) Napier Press Sociology textbook (By Webb Westergarrd Trobe and Townend).
5 Lessons Tudor Exploration and Discovery - HOME LEARNING
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5 Lessons Tudor Exploration and Discovery - HOME LEARNING

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This is a set of home learning resources that is designed for KS3 students. It focuses exploration and discoveries during the Renaissance period. The scheme of work is fully resourced, with several tasks per lesson (video quizzes, true or false, interactive activities, information sheets and creative research tasks). All lessons come with answers. The pack builds to an assessment opportunity that reflects on the unit as a whole. How I am using this resource: This pack will be set for Year 8 and will provide 2 and a half weeks of learning (2 lessons per week). They will only be required to submit the work completed on Lesson 5, as this is a reflection of their work for the whole unit.
Unit 4 1.1. WJEC Criminology
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Unit 4 1.1. WJEC Criminology

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This is a full 3-lesson set of 75 minute lessons that covers the entirety of Unit 4, 1.1. It includes the following titles: L1 What are the Governmental processes of law making L2 What are the Judical processes of law making L3 ‘Re teach’ revision lesson These lessons are inspired by recent pedagogy, including the Rosenshine Principles and TLAC techniques. These resources have been praised and approved by experienced WJEC Criminology examiners. They include: Do now style quizzes with answers Video quizzes with answers Mini-Whiteboard style activities Relevant and up to date news article reference Exam focused extended writing Well structured discussion prompts Please note: Some activities rely on having access to the following textbooks: Criminology - WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma - Carole A Henderson Criminology Book One for the WJEC Level 3 Applied Certificate & Diploma (Napier Press)