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.
This is a collection of 10 lessons I made for Science- Biology- Ecosystems (focusing on the rainforest). Including an assessment at the end.
1-Introduction to the rainforest- climate of the rainforest
2- Climate of the rainforest- the equator
3-Introduction to ecosystems- why animals and plants need each other
4- Food chains and food webs
5- Predators and prey of the rainforest
7-Plants of the rainforest
10- End of topic assessment
A brief SOW, including description of the lesson activities is included, all powerpoints for every lesson, objectives, and worksheets to go along with them.
I’ve used symbol communication in all of the powerpoints and most worksheets to aid understanding for SEN & ASD students or students with low level literacy skills.
This was originally made for a year 7 & 8 class, with Year 1, year 2 and year 3 levels in literacy, so the resources aren’t too wordy and what they need to do is made really clear.
This was for a small PSHCE lesson for Year 7 students. It’s brief, and doesn’t go into too much detail but has a drawing task, and you can make a sensory task (I just used a box and cut a hole in it), to keep them engaged.
It has links to the NAS website, which is for 2018 but can be updated, and to a youtube clip about the creator of Pokemon, which some students might like.
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
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.
Originally made for an SEN GCSE group, I have a power point to go with all activities and easily adaptable worksheets.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.