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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.

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 1 - Research Methods - Research process
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Research process

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This lesson is designed to cover the research process involved within sociology. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoint. I would expect this lesson to take around 1-2 double lessons depending upon class size. The lesson contains some student led activities including an optional independent research project. There is also a sampling activity involving the use of smarties (or coloured buttons!) but students learning will not be hindered if this task if not included. 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.
AQA Sociology Year 1 - Families & Households - Perspectives of the Family
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AQA Sociology Year 1 - Families & Households - Perspectives of the Family

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These lessons are designed to cover the section of the perspectives views of the family. I would expect these lessons to take around 3-4 double lessons depending upon class size. There is one workbooklet and five powerpoints. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Demographic trends
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Demographic trends

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These lessons are designed to cover the demographic trends section of families and households. I would expect these lessons to take around 3 double lessons depending upon class size. There is one workbooklet and three powerpoints. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households -Conjugal roles, decision making & domestic violence
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households -Conjugal roles, decision making & domestic violence

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This collection of lessons is designed to cover the section of conjugal roles, decision making and domestic violence. I would expect these lessons to take around 3-4 double lessons depending upon class size. There is one workbooklet and three powerpoints as well as one model essay. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Perspectives of crime
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Perspectives of crime

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These lessons are designed to cover the section of the perspectives views of crime. There are four workbooklets and four powerpoints. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check and baseline assessment to assess understanding at the end. I would expect these lessons to take around 6 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Social groups and crime
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Social groups and crime

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These lessons are designed to cover the section of social groups and crime. There are four workbooklets and four powerpoints. 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 these lessons to take around 4-5 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Crime prevention
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Crime & Deviance - Crime prevention

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These lessons are designed to cover crime prevention and the role of victims. There are two workbooklets and two powerpoints. 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 these lessons to take around 3-4 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Theory & Methods - Value freedom
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Theory & Methods - Value freedom

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This lesson is designed to cover value freedom as part of the theory and methods section. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoints. 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 double lesson 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Religion in contemporary society
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Religion in contemporary society

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These lessons are designed to cover religion in contemporary society including the extent of secularisation. There are two workbooklets and three powerpoints. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check and an end of topic quiz to assess understanding . I would expect these lessons to take around 4-5 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Sources of data
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Sources of data

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These lessons are designed to cover sources of data within the research methods section. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoint - both are large files. Each research method is outlined and evaluated in relation to P.E.T (Practical, Ethical and Theoretical issues). There are also model answers and exam construction activities included. I would expect these lessons to take around 4-5 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Application to Education
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Application to Education

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This lesson is designed to show students how to apply their knowledge of research methods to education. There is one powerpoint and a range of summary sheets. The lesson is based on the use of P.E.R.V.E.R.T (Practical, Ethical, Reliability, Validity, Examples, Representativeness, Theoretical) and how to apply these concepts to particular research methods and topics within education. I would expect this lesson to take around 1-2 double lessons depending upon class size. The lessons contain a range of activities, questions and exam links.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Practical, Ethical & Theoretical Issues
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Research Methods - Practical, Ethical & Theoretical Issues

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These lessons are designed to cover the practical, ethical and theoretical issues within research methods. The use of quantitative and qualitative data is also included. There is one workbooklet and two powerpoints. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. There is a heavy focus on exam question construction and model answers. I would expect these lessons to take around 2-3 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Social Policies
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Social Policies

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This powerpoint and booklet covers the main social policies for families and households. I would allow for around 2-3 single lessons on this depending on how in depth you want the students to go for the policies. There is one workbook and one powerpoint as well as a model essay. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households -  Family diversity
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Family diversity

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These lessons are designed to cover the family diversity and life course analysis section of the family. I would expect these lessons to take around 3-4 double lessons depending upon class size. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoint as well as one model essay. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end 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. .
AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Changing family patterns
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AQA Sociology - Year 1 - Families & Households - Changing family patterns

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These lessons are designed to cover the section of changing family patterns. I would expect these lessons to take around 3-4 double lessons depending upon class size. There is one workbooklet and three powerpoints. There are also a range of activities and questions for students to complete throughout with a knowledge check to assess understanding at the end. 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Perspectives and religion
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Beliefs in Society - Perspectives and religion

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These lessons are designed to cover the section of the perspectives views of religion. There is also an emphasis on religion as a conservative force and a force for social change. There are three workbooklets and six powerpoints, including a consolidation lesson. 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 these lessons to take around 5-6 double lessons depending upon class size. The lessons contain a range of activities, questions, discussion points, exam links and video clips. There is lots of information provided on tackling exam questions in this area, including scaffolded and modelled answers. 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.
AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Theory & Methods - Modernity and post modernity
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AQA Sociology - Year 2 - Theory & Methods - Modernity and post modernity

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This lesson is designed to cover modernity and post modernity as part of the theory and methods section. There is one workbooklet and one powerpoints. 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 double lesson 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.