A lesson on ethnicity and education overall. It introduces the idea of ethnicity and students will discuss why certain ethnic groups achieve more than others and why other ethnic groups underperform in comparison to others. For this lesson, the teacher has to place the students into groups.
This lesson focuses predominantly on pages 38 - 41 of the AQA SOCIOLOGY BOOK ONE (NAPIER PRESS SOCIOLOGY). Students will need a book for some sections however there is a lot of information, activities, discussion points and images to aid students learning - tweak to your liking
A GCSE AQA lesson based on the nuclear family and its relevance within modern Britain. This resource contains images, worksheets, questions (with answers in the notes section) and much more. Feel free to tweak!
Based on pages 91 - 92 from the David Brown textbook.
A GCSE AQA lesson based on Conjugal roles - the Feminist view. This resource contains images, questions (with answers in the notes section) and much more. Feel free to tweak!
Based on pages 101 - 102 from the David Brown textbook.
A lesson on the places of worship with a focus on the Mosque as well as the Catholic Church. There is extra information in the notes section for teachers to refer to and videos that the teacher can show students - feel free to tweak to your liking!
A detailed lesson on the different Christian understandings of the Eucharist. The students do not need to use the textbook as all the information is on the PowerPoint. This PowerPoint includes images and questions for students to answer.
A lesson which introduces students to Crime and Deviance. This PowerPoint includes links to past papers, mark schemes and examiners reports; It also includes a break down of the topics, images and key pieces of information such as what is crime and deviance (including examples).
A detailed sociology lesson on pupil subcultures. This lesson is loaded with activities, images and YouTube videos to consolidate learning. There is also information in the notes section which one can refer to. The lesson also touches partially on ‘Pupils’ class identities and the school’ - Tweak to your liking. Best used with the textbook - Rob Webb (Author), Hal Westergaard (Author), Keith Trobe (Author), Annie Townend (Author).
A detailed lesson on Stewardship and Ethical Issues - with a particular focus on Animal Testing. This lesson can work for both low and high ability students. It contains a starter task, key words e.g. sanctity of life, images, a home learning task, an extended writing task, discussion points/tasks, videos etc - to assist student learning. There is also an optional task which looks briefly at abortion and euthanasia. Feel free to tweak to your liking.