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I have been teaching Sociology for 7 years and thoroughly enjoy it. I also tutor in my spare time. My lessons are centred around the use of student workbooklets. This is something I have developed over a number of years and I think it really enhances student learning and contributes to good exam results. I like to include a range of activities throughout my lessons including discussion tasks, group work, video clips, text dissection, exam question construction, knowledge checks and much more.

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I have been teaching Sociology for 7 years and thoroughly enjoy it. I also tutor in my spare time. My lessons are centred around the use of student workbooklets. This is something I have developed over a number of years and I think it really enhances student learning and contributes to good exam results. I like to include a range of activities throughout my lessons including discussion tasks, group work, video clips, text dissection, exam question construction, knowledge checks and much more.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Complete Unit
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Complete Unit

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These lessons are designed to cover the whole unit of beliefs in society. They consist of workbooklets, powerpoints and knowledge tests. The lessons contain a range of activities, questions, discussion points, exam links and video clips. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Taster Lesson
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AQA Sociology - Taster Lesson

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This taster lesson is designed to introduce prospective students to sociology. It covers what the subject of sociology is, what the A level exam entails and the types of topics that are studied. It includes some ‘lesson samples slides’ which are mini tasks taken from typical A level lessons. It also includes a ‘build a society’ task which allows students to begin to explore the different perspectives.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Education - Complete Unit
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Education - Complete Unit

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These lessons are designed to cover the entire topic of education. They consist of work booklets, powerpoints and end of section knowledge checks. The lessons contain a range of activities, questions, discussion points, exam links and video clips. There is a heavy focus on exam question construction and model paragraphs especially for the educational policies section. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Marxism & Religion
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Marxism & Religion

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This lesson covers the Marxist perspective of religion. It would take around 3 single lessons to deliver. It consists of a powerpoint and a student work booklet. There are a range of activities and questions included for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check at the end to assess understanding. There is also a focus on exam question construction. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Complete Unit
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Complete Unit

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These lessons are designed to cover the topic of crime and deviance. They consist of workbooklets, powerpoints and knowledge tests. The lessons contain a range of activities, questions, discussion points, exam links and video clips. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Ethnicity & Crime
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Ethnicity & Crime

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This lesson covers the topic of ethnicity and crime. It would take around 3 single lessons to deliver. It consists of a powerpoint and a student work booklet. There are a range of activities and questions included for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check at the end to assess understanding. There is also a focus on exam question construction and model paragraphs. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Complete unit
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Complete unit

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These lessons are designed to cover the entire topic of the family. They include workbooklets, powerpoints and knowledge tests for each section. There is also a heavy focus on exam technique and includes a range of scaffolded answers. Each lesson contains a range of activities, questions, discussion points and video clips. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Ideology, Religion & Science - Complete section
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Ideology, Religion & Science - Complete section

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This bundle covers the topic of ideology, religion and science. It consists of 2 powerpoints and 2 booklets which in total would take around 2 double lessons (4-5 hours) to deliver. They include a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with knowledge checks to assess understanding at the end of each section. There is also a focus on exam question construction and model paragraphs. There are two versions of each booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Marriage & Cohabitation
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Marriage & Cohabitation

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This lesson covers marriage and cohabitation. It would take around 1-2 double lessons to deliver. It consists of a powerpoint and a student work booklet. There are a range of activities and questions included for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check at the end to assess understanding. There is also a focus on exam question construction and model paragraphs. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Sources of data - Experiments
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Sources of data - Experiments

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These lessons are designed to cover experiments as part of sources of data within the research methods section. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoint. The method is outlined and evaluated in relation to P.E.T (Practical, Ethical and Theoretical issues). There are also exam construction activities included. I would expect these lessons to take around 1 double lessons depending upon class size. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Complete Unit
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Complete Unit

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These lessons are designed to cover Year 1 research methods including sources of data, the research process and P.E.T (Practical, Ethical, Theoretical) issues which need to be considered and how to apply research methods to education. The lessons contain a range of activities, questions, discussion points, video clips and exam links. They also contain several model exam answers and marking exercises. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Functionalism and religion
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Functionalism and religion

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This lesson covers the functionalist perspective of religion. It would take around 3 single lessons to deliver. It consists of a powerpoint and a student work booklet. There are a range of activities and questions included for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check at the end to assess understanding. There is also a focus on exam question construction. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 -Families & Households - Childhood as a Social Construction
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 -Families & Households - Childhood as a Social Construction

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This lesson covers the topic of childhood as a social construction. It would take approximately 1 double lesson to deliver. It consists of a powerpoint and a student work booklet. There are a range of activities and questions included for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check at the end to assess understanding. There is also a focus on exam question construction and model paragraphs. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Theory & Methods - Social action theories
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Theory & Methods - Social action theories

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This lesson is designed to cover social action theories as part of the theory and methods section. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoint. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. I would expect this lesson to take around 1-2 double lessons depending upon class size. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 1- Education - External Factors (Gender, Ethnicity & Social class) - Complete section
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AQA Sociology - Year 1- Education - External Factors (Gender, Ethnicity & Social class) - Complete section

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This bundle covers the external factors that affect educational achievement including gender, social class and ethnicity. It consists of 3 powerpoints and 3 booklets which in total would take around 3-4 double lessons (6-8 hours) to deliver. They include a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with knowledge checks to assess understanding at the end of each section. There is also a focus on exam question construction and model paragraphs. There are two versions of each booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Feminism & Religion
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Feminism & Religion

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This lesson covers the feminist perspective of religion. It would take around 1-2 single lessons to deliver. It consists of a powerpoint and a student work booklet. There are a range of activities and questions included for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check at the end to assess understanding. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Education - Education and social policy - Complete section
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Education - Education and social policy - Complete section

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This lesson covers the educational policy section. It would take approximately 4-5 double lessons to deliver. It consists of a 3 powerpoints and a student work booklet. There are a range of activities and questions included for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check at the end to assess understanding. There is also an additional booklet and powerpoint that focuses on exam question construction and model paragraphs. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited. **Remote Learning Update ** I believe that these resources are suitable for remote learning. I have been delivering the powerpoints via a virtual classroom (or a pre-recorded voice over) and have just simply added in some interactive quizzes from various external platforms. I have been giving the students the teacher version of the booklet so that they have suitable notes that link specifically to the lesson although some students still prefer to use the student version and make their own notes.
Five Minute Fun Fillers - AQA Sociology
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Five Minute Fun Fillers - AQA Sociology

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This powerpoint contains a range of activities that would be suitable for adding in at the start, end or even during the lesson for consolidation. They can be copied and pasted into any powerpoint or added to a student platform for a collection of revision ideas.
A Level Sociology Introduction Booklet - AQA Sociology
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A Level Sociology Introduction Booklet - AQA Sociology

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This booklet is an introduction to Sociology for new students. It covers the specification and exam overview including some tips about how to prepare for studying Sociology. It would be ideal to be given to students at the start of the year or even before summer for them to get a better understanding of the subject.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Introduction to Sociological Perspectives
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Introduction to Sociological Perspectives

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This lesson is designed to provide a brief overview of the core themes and perspectives which run throughout the course. I would expect this lesson to take around 1 double as a gentle introduction. It could also be used as a taster lesson for Sociology. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoint. There are also a range of activites and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. Whilst it can be challenging for some students, I have found it useful to deliver this lesson at the start of the course as they seem to have a better understanding of ‘what’ the perspectives are later on. There are two versions of the booklet; student and teacher. For the student booklet, there are blank spaces throughout and students need to copy down any text written in bold/colour on the powerpoints in their booklets. I find that this helps students remember key terms and phrases. The teacher copy is already filled in. Alternatively, this could also be used for students if time was limited.