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Methods in Context - Bundle
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Methods in Context - Bundle

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This bundle includes my Methods in Context guide which involves a deep step-by-step breakdown of all of the stages in preparing students for answering a methods in context question. Accompanying it is a work booklet for students to follow these stages using a question of their choice, as well as a PowerPoint which guides them through this process using the example in the guide to help. These resources have been designed for the AQA A level Sociology specification, with particular attention focused on the Methods in Context element of the course.
Methods in Context - Guide
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Methods in Context - Guide

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This guide is designed for the AQA A level Sociology specification. Within it contains a detailed step-by-step guide on how to answer Methods in Context exam questions. The guide was created in an attempt to help my students link research methods to contexts in education. It includes a model question that is referred to throughout to show each step of the methods in context question in practice.
Exam Technique Practice Booklet - Sociology A Level AQA
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Exam Technique Practice Booklet - Sociology A Level AQA

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A booklet created to display the different types of questions in all AS and A level papers for AQA Sociology. Includes a step-by-step guide that I have used for numerous years with those of a lower-level ability who require a certain structure to follow when answering exam questions. The aim was to particularly try and ensure that they incorporate analysis into their longer answers. Includes a step-by-step guide for: 10 mark “outline and explain two” questions 10 mark “analyse two” (with item) questions 20 mark “evaluate” (with item) questions: there is a clear explanations as to the different types of 20-mark questions that students could get All step-by-step guides for each question type includes at least one model answer following the structure shown in the guide.
Origins of Psychology - Approaches
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Origins of Psychology - Approaches

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Full PowerPoint lesson involving the introductory lesson of the origins of psychology to the Approaches topic. This lesson is normally taught towards the very beginning of the course, so I have tried to make the lesson as collaborative as possible to begin building relationships with their peers. Resources required include: String and card Tweet cards Origins of psychology brief timeline (I use the one from the Cara Flanagan book as a baseline) Please review!
Global Development - Political Globalisation
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Global Development - Political Globalisation

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Sociology A Level - Global Development A PowerPoint with activities and tasks which was delivered as an online 3-hour lesson. I split this lesson into two 1.5 hour “chunks” so really easily adapted to different length of lessons. Covers the political globalisation aspect of the Global Development unit.
Israel Palestine Conflict
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Israel Palestine Conflict

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PowerPoint with activities which I taught to my year 13 group once we had finished the specification. It focuses mainly on four key areas: History of Israel Palestine (with timeline activity) Geography of Israel Palestine (with research activity into 3 main landmarks) Politics of Israel Palestine (with interactive map and discussion point of which countries support which side) The impact of media and more recently social media in fuelling the Israel Palestine conflict Homework set after the session which is not on the slides was to create their own Instagram infographic which is actually informative as opposed to the bias material demonstrated on social media (as they learnt throughout the lesson)
Behaviourism (Operant Conditioning) - Approaches
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Behaviourism (Operant Conditioning) - Approaches

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Full PowerPoint lesson involving the operant conditioning element for Behaviourism included in the Approaches topic. All resources needed are included in this bundle. They include: Writing frame for application tasks - particularly to support weaker students Bingo answers Reviews and feedback are hugely appreciated!
Working Memory Model - Memory - AQA A Level Psychology
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Working Memory Model - Memory - AQA A Level Psychology

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Full PowerPoint with activities and resources for the Working Memory Model topic area of the Memory topic. Includes: Starter activity recapping prior knowledge from the MSM topic area Timeline activity applying aspects of the WMM Application carousel activity of components of WMM Evaluation evidence scaffolding task Homework research task
Behaviourism (Classical Conditioning) - Approaches
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Behaviourism (Classical Conditioning) - Approaches

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Full PowerPoint lesson involving the classical conditioning element for Behaviourism included in the Approaches topic. This lesson is normally taught towards the beginning of the course, so I have tried to make the lesson as collaborative as possible to begin building relationships with their peers. All resources needed are included in this bundle. They include: Scavenger hunt card sorts A3 worksheets to accompany scavenger hunt Little Albert cartoon study P.s. not sure why the previews are formatted dodgy, but I promise they’re fine once downloaded! Reviews and feedback are hugely appreciated!
Approaches - Social Learning Theory
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Approaches - Social Learning Theory

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Full PowerPoint lesson involving Social Learning Theory included in the Approaches topic. This resource includes activities throughout and an abundance of opportunities to apply Social Learning theory to case studies, real-life, as well as methodological studies conducted within Psychology. Reviews and feedback are hugely appreciated!
Experiments - Research Methods
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Experiments - Research Methods

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Introductory/Overview lesson of Experiments for the research methods aspect of the A level Sociology course. Some references made to methods in context also. Includes tasks and activities ready to use in the classroom. This was delivered as a 1 hour session.