I find it really useful to use booklets to support my teaching, and my students really appreciate them as well. They all include summarised, yet sufficient content, alongside images and skills tips; as well as extensive exam-style questions, essay planning sheets, and a progress sheet.
This enables my teaching to be really engaging, and students can get really stuck into learning, without the panic that they may leave the lesson without adequate notes. It also means that there is plenty of lesson time for writing exam-style questions, so that all of their notes have purpose, in the form of model answers to revise from.
This booklet covers:
- Participant Observations (description, advantages, disadvantages)
- Examples of research in education that has used Participant Observations
- PERVERT issues of using Participant Observations to study education
- Structured Observations (description, advantages, disadvantages)
- Examples of research in education that has used Structured Observations
- PERVERT issues of using Structured Observations to study education
It is a 20-page PDF document, with content and questions collated from 4 different books:
- Rob Webb's Sociology Book One
- Collins Sociology AS for AQA
- Hodder Sociology 1 Workbook
- Succeed at A Level Sociology Book One
I approximate that this resource should support around 4-8 hours of teaching - and many more hours of revision, with 23 questions for students to answer.
If you like this booklet, please review this resource - and if you have any tips or requests, don't hesitate to comment. If you require a word version, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.