Functionalist perspective of Crime and Deviance mindmap

Functionalist perspective of Crime and Deviance mindmap

A summary of key functionalist sociologists, their key theories (AO1) , real life/sociological application (AO2a / AO2) and direct evaluation (AO2b / AO3). Mindmap includes: Durkheim, Merton, Cohen, Miller, boundary maintenance, adaptation and change, status frustration, focal concerns, strain theory, anomie, etc Also includes past question on Functionalism and Crime and Deviance, complete with item Instructions: simply print off or email out for students to complete the boxes
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AQA A2 Sociology student teacher friendly 30m essay marking grid

AQA A2 Sociology student teacher friendly 30m essay marking grid

This is a student and teacher friendly generic 30 mark marking grid. Simply circle the skill description which best reflects the essay and average out the overall marks to determine the overall grade. There is even space to write up specific WWW and EBI feedback, as well as a space for students to respond to feedback. This has been designed in line with the new specification and has been tested this year by myself and colleagues. It has made marking significantly easier, and I think will be equally useful to experienced and new sociology teachers, as well as to students when self or peer marking.
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AQA AS Sociology student teacher friendly 20m essay marking grid

AQA AS Sociology student teacher friendly 20m essay marking grid

This is a student and teacher friendly generic 20 mark marking grid. Simply circle the skill description which best reflects the essay and average out the overall marks to determine the overall grade. There is even space to write up specific WWW and EBI feedback, as well as a space for students to respond to feedback. This has been designed in line with the new specification and has been tested this year by myself and colleagues. It has made marking significantly easier, and I think will be equally useful to experienced and new sociology teachers, as well as to students when self or peer marking.
NoorHasan
AQA AS A2 Sociology student teacher friendly 10 mark essay marking grid

AQA AS A2 Sociology student teacher friendly 10 mark essay marking grid

This is a student and teacher friendly generic 10 mark marking grid. Simply circle the skill description which best reflects the essay and average out the overall marks to determine the overall grade. There is even space to write up specific WWW and EBI feedback, as well as a space for students to respond to feedback. This has been designed in line with the new specification and has been tested this year by myself and colleagues. It has made marking significantly easier, and I think will be equally useful to experienced and new sociology teachers, as well as to students when self or peer marking.
NoorHasan
AQA A2 Unit 4 student teacher friendly 21m essay marking grid

AQA A2 Unit 4 student teacher friendly 21m essay marking grid

This is a student and teacher friendly generic 21 mark marking grid. Simply circle the skill description which best reflects the essay and average out the overall marks to determine the overall grade. There is even space to write up specific WWW and EBI feedback, as well as a space for students to respond to feedback. This has been designed in line with the old specification and has been tested this year and last year by myself and colleagues. It has made marking significantly easier, and I think will be equally useful to experienced and new sociology teachers, as well as to students when self or peer marking.
NoorHasan
AQA A2 Sociology student teacher friendly 33m marking grid

AQA A2 Sociology student teacher friendly 33m marking grid

This is a student and teacher friendly generic 33 mark marking grid. Simply circle the skill description which best reflects the essay and average out the overall marks to determine the overall grade. There is even space to write up specific WWW and EBI feedback, as well as a space for students to respond to feedback. This has been designed in line with the old specification and has been tested this year and last year by myself and colleagues. It has made marking significantly easier, and I think will be equally useful to experienced and new sociology teachers, as well as to students when self or peer marking.
NoorHasan