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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
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 :)
5 Lessons - Couples (Families and Households - AQA Sociology)
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5 Lessons - Couples (Families and Households - AQA Sociology)

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This is a sequence of 5 lessons focusing on the Couple’s unit in the Family and Households topic for AQA A-Level Sociology. There is an exam-skill focused assessment and a reflection tasks included in this pack. My lessons are designed for non-specialists, they simplistic and easy to follow. Inspired by Rosenshine Principles of Instruction, these lessons feature retrieval practice, modelling and direct intruction. These lessons work alongside AQA A-Level Sociology Book One (Including AS Level) Napier Press Sociology textbook (By Webb Westergarrd Trobe and Townend).
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).
4 lessons - Childhood (Families and Households AQA Sociology)
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4 lessons - Childhood (Families and Households AQA Sociology)

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This is a sequence of 5 lessons focusing on the Childhood unit in the Family and Households topic for AQA A-Level Sociology. There is an exam-skill focused tasks and these lessons could be used to build up to a 20 mark assessed questions. My lessons are designed for non-specialists, they simplistic and easy to follow. Inspired by Rosenshine Principles of Instruction, these lessons feature retrieval practice, modelling and direct instruction. These lessons work alongside AQA A-Level Sociology Book One (Including AS Level) Napier Press Sociology textbook (By Webb Westergarrd Trobe and Townend).
Henry VIII's Break From Rome (8 Lesson Pack!)
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Henry VIII's Break From Rome (8 Lesson Pack!)

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This is a fully resourced SOL including: Worksheets I, We, You modelling PowerPoints Retrieval practice Designed for a knowledge rich curriculum Rosenshine Principles Teacher notes on slides Assessment template Video clips with worksheets Perfect for non-specialists as lessons have clear walk throughs.
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.
Drugs and alcohol (2020 PSHCE)
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Drugs and alcohol (2020 PSHCE)

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Full unit including 4 lessons: Powerpoints and workbooklet. Assessment with mark scheme also included. Lessons title include: How do i make safe choices about drugs (2 lessons) How do I make safe choices about alcohol How do I protect myself from being exploited Topics include: Drug safety with a focus on common drugs for young people e.g. MDMA, NOS and cannabis (This is not an ‘intro to drugs’ lesson and is designed for older students who have had a basic introduction Binge drinking and the dangers County lines Gang based coercion and grooming.
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).
Friendship and Bullying Unit (PSHCE 2020)
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Friendship and Bullying Unit (PSHCE 2020)

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**This includes: ** 5 full lessons: PowerPoint and accompanying work booklet with room for notes. End of unit knowledge test and Assessment. Up to date and modern resources, with video clips and varied activities. All resources are fully editable.
Identity and diversity - PSHCE (2020)
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Identity and diversity - PSHCE (2020)

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Includes 3 full lessons and a workbook! Lesson titles: -Why should I tolerate alternative identities? How do I learn to love my physical identity? How do I protect my online identity? Topics covered: British values Digital citizenship E-Safety The importance of self-love Eating disorders Social media and the impact on self Political Modern and up to date activities designed to engage students and be explicitly relevant to their lives.
3 LESSONS Intro to GCSE Sociology
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3 LESSONS Intro to GCSE Sociology

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This is a 3 lesson sequence of GCSE Sociology lessons designed for students new to the subject. Lessons: What are the Sociology basics? Who are the key thinkers in Sociology? Who are the key thinkers in Sociology? (cont) …& End of unit knowledge test These lessons are designed to fit the AQA specification and build exam skills for the A-Level GCSE 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 alongside textbook: AQA GCSE (9-1) Sociology Hodder Rosie Owens and Ian Woodfield