This is a PowerPoint I put together when I was looking for a presentation about revision/study tips! This includes brief descriptions with research about: - Revision techniques - Snacking and meals - Revision schedules - Music and studying - Exercise - Sleep and use of phones Enjoy!
Objectives: To identify (AO1) and analyse (AO2+AO3) the influence(AO3) sociologists have on social policy Key terms/Concepts: Social policy Social problem Sociological problem Key Questions: How have social policies moulded and shaped our society?
Objectives: To understand the analysis of how minority ethnicities are represented in the media. To understand analysis of changes in media representations of minority ethnicities. Key terms: Tokenism Key Questions: How are representations of minority ethnics linked to culture and identity, crime and deviance and stratification?
Objectives: To outline social policies in the UK and other countries To understand and compare the different theorists’ views on social policy Key terms/concepts: Social Policy New Labour New Right Key Question: What are the different theorists’ views on social policy?
Objectives: To become familiar with the trends in birth rate, death rate, life expectancy, family size, age at which women have their first child and migration. To become familiar with the reasons for the changes in the trends in birth rate, death rate, life expectancy, family size, age at which women have their first child and migration. Key terms/concepts: Demography | Fertility rate | General fertility rate| Total fertility rate Key Question: What are the trends and patterns with families in the UK?
Objectives: To explore the nature of science and the extent to which sociology can be regarded as scientific Key terms: Empirical evidence | Objectivity | Value freedom | Social facts | Social Integration | Moral Integration | Realism | Paradigm | Key Questions: How can you evaluate the view that sociology is/isn’t a science?
Objectives: To identify (AO1) and analyse (AO2+AO3) the nature and the extent (AO3) of value freedom in sociological research Key terms/Concepts: Subjectivity Objectivity Value-freedom Positivist/Interpretivist Key Questions: Can we be value-free in Sociological research?
A lesson firstly consolidating the Marxist perspective (starter) then going into putting a 20 mark essay together. Can work individually or in groups, then peer assess using the mark scheme. This purchase contains: - Lesson PowerPoint - ‘Pimp your Sociology literacy’ resource included on PowerPoint - Question with item - Mark scheme Objectives: To consolidate our understanding of social class (AO1) To apply and compare Feminism perspectives on the family through your essay (AO2 +AO3) Key terms/concepts: Genderquake Liberal feminism Radical feminism Black feminism Domestic division of labour Key Question: How does the feminist view contribute to our understanding of the family?
Key term alphabet for your displays! For GCSE and A Level All you need to do is print (I have copied each one so you could do double sided), laminate and go! Enjoy!
Objectives: To understand the relationship between crime and violence in the media and in real life Understand the application of evidence and studies of crime and violence in the media and in real life. Evaluate theories on the relationship between crime and violence in the media and in real life. Key terms: Folk Devil Moral Panic Deviancy Amplification Key Questions: How influential is violence in the media?
This is a resource I created after the 2018 Education mock paper with a mindmap for each of the questions and includes: A breakdown of the AO marks ‘student-friendly’ language of the mark scheme indicative content A mini summary of further studies students may have used or could use. I initially created this as a guide for myself when it comes to marking, but I then printed out copies for my class and they use it afterwards to improve their answers. “Miss what can I write to make this better?” Sorted!
5 rounds of Sociological, Christmas and movie knowledge fun! Add your name on the front slide, and you might want to change the first slide photos to one of yourself or your HoD to make things more fun! Answer sheet included! Enjoy!
Objectives: To understand how sexuality and disability are represented in the mass media. To Evaluate changes in representations of sexuality and disability Key terms: Camp Heterosexual gaze Key Questions: How have representations of people disability and sexuality changed over the years?
This is a new style of lessons I have started putting together, it includes a workbook that students have and the powerpoint follows it through! The evaluation can either be something they have a go at and you go through it on the powerpoint, or I have typed it out onto a sheet and you could do another task with that :)
Objectives: To understand the relationship between crime and violence in the media and in real life Understand the application of evidence and studies of crime and violence in the media and in real life. Evaluate theories on the relationship between crime and violence in the media and in real life. Key terms: Hypodermic syringe model Cultural effects model Deviancy amplification Scapegoat Key Questions: How influential is violence in the media?
Objectives: To understand the way in which audiences react to violence in the media Understand the application of evidence and studies of audiences and violence in the media and in real life. Evaluate theories on the relationship between audiences and violence in the media and in real life. Key terms: Homogeneous audience Disinhibition effect Deviancy amplification Scapegoat Key Questions: How influential is violence in the media?
Objectives: To explore the relationship between theory and methods Key terms: Inductive approach Grounded theory Key Questions: In what ways do the theories sociologists hold, influence the ways we go about researching society?
Objectives: To understand Feminism and their contribution to society Key terms: Malestream Radical Feminism Liberal Feminism Marxist Feminism Key Questions: How does Feminism add to our understanding of society?
Objectives: To outline three types of marital breakdown. To outline the trends in divorce over the last 30 – 40 years. To explain the reasons for the increase in divorce. To outline the social groups more likely to get divorced. Key terms/concepts: Divorce Separation Empty-shell marriage Key Question: How have the patterns of divorce changed?
Objectives: To outline and evaluate the views that say Sociology is not a science. Key terms: Interpretivists Kuhn Verstehen Subjectivity Paradigm Key Questions: How can you evaluate the view that sociology is/isn’t a science?