Originally made for an SEN GCSE group, I have a power point to go with all activities and easily adaptable worksheets.
Includes a starter, a comprehension task on the first few pages of the book, with challenge questions for more able students, a writing task and full evaluation and self-assessment resources as well.
Ideal for NQTs and busy teachers!
A bundle of power points, worksheets, activities for lessons in the topics of
Crime and Deviance- includes power points of different perspectives on crime and deviance (feminist, Marxist, Functionalist)
Sociology of Health- An introductory lesson and inequalities in health
Social Research Methods- An introduction, questionnaires and interviews lesson
Sociology (A Level or Access (level 3), Research Methods- A powerpoint on Questionnaires as a research method, with an example of a bad questionnaire- can be made into an activity. A powerpoint on interviews as a research method and 3 different role plays with questions about their effect etc.
These are powerpoint presentations with some activities within them for A level/ Access Sociology classes. They cover the main approaches to crime and deviance as well as a introduction, definitions lesson.
A power point presentation with worksheets to go alongside. All about the legal system in the UK, has links to videos to go alongside this and a quiz about how old you have to be for certain activities. Originally made for a KS3 SEN class, easily adaptable.
Here are a few worksheets on 2 of the themes in Richard III- relationships and family and fate. Also a quick worksheet on Richard's personality. I've used the BBC bitesize for images and videos to help. Originally used for a key stage 3 SEN class.
I made this for a level 1 BTEC Travel and Tourism lesson where students had to read the profiles and decide on a suitable holiday for that person, we also did a role play after here the students would pretend to be the characters and the travel agent had to recommend 3 different holidays written by the students and decide which they would go on.