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I love teaching engaging lessons - I believe an excited student is a hard-working student - my resources will help you deliver exciting, content-rich and exam-oriented lessons that will help your students prepare for their exams as well as make them eager to learn! Plus Ofsted/your Head of Department should like these Lemov-style resources!

I love teaching engaging lessons - I believe an excited student is a hard-working student - my resources will help you deliver exciting, content-rich and exam-oriented lessons that will help your students prepare for their exams as well as make them eager to learn! Plus Ofsted/your Head of Department should like these Lemov-style resources!
Role of Education in Society - Functionalists, the New Right and Marxists
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Role of Education in Society - Functionalists, the New Right and Marxists

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A series of lessons (about 3-6 hours of classroom teaching, 44 slides) with exam-oriented tasks you may easily tailor to suit the needs of your particular group, describing (focusing on both AO1 and AO2/3): The Functionalist Perspective, Neoliberal / the New Right perspective on education as well as The Marxist View. Extension tasks included, should work fine with any major exam board. Plenaries and example questions. Links to 3 short video clips (about 1.5-3 minutes each) included, plus a link to an AQA pdf booklet (available from them for free but you can still use it to introduce your learning objectives/see their progress throughout your lessons if your SoW is not AQA-based), thus it could be taught with effectively any AS/A-level Sociology textbook. The material has been recently taught and should save you hours of your own preparation time!
AQA Psychology - Attachment - Introduction
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AQA Psychology - Attachment - Introduction

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An introductory lesson (about 50 minutes of teaching). Providing an outline of the whole Attachment module and some example questions (with a mark scheme for a 12-marker). A similar presentation covering Caregiver - Infant Interactions (incl. Meltzoff and Moore) worth up to two hours of teaching is also available from my shop.
Countries at contrasting levels of development
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Countries at contrasting levels of development

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Explaining GDP, GNP, measuring development etc. Explaining the difference between ‘rich’ countries and developed countries. Infant mortality, literacy, life expectancy etc. Should easily cover 1 or 2 lessons, if observed that lesson/those lessons will show evident progress (3 learning objectives/takeaways, can be easily differentiated (the 3rd takeaway being the most challenging: i. What is Development; ii. An overview of development indicators; iii. The what (development is), how it is measured (the indicators) and where - different Countries at Contrasting Levels of Development are.
AQA Psychology - Caregiver-Infant Interactions (incl. Meltzoff and Moore)
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AQA Psychology - Caregiver-Infant Interactions (incl. Meltzoff and Moore)

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A complete lesson covering Caregiver - Infant Interactions (incl. Meltzoff and Moore and others). Worth about 2 hours of teaching. Includes past exam questions *and * Ofsted-favourite ‘show us the progress your students are making during your lesson/do your students refer to the original learning objectives/learning question’ throughout your lesson’ feature!
Gender and Educational Achievement
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Gender and Educational Achievement

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Gender and Educational Achievement (AQA, but easy to adapt for other exam boards specs), including Internal and External Factors. 2-3 hours of teaching (17 slides), including a nice starter/do-now activity, a short piece of homework (writing a mark-scheme-based 6-marker, which can be easily differentiated and turned into a classroom activity lasting from 10-30 minutes, e.g. by using our students’ answers to peer-assess them on the whiteboard with other students’ active participation). A short (15 minutes, optional) video summary created by a third party added to the end of this content-rich presentation.
Gender and Educational Achievement - Introduction
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Gender and Educational Achievement - Introduction

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Gender and Educational Achievement - Introduction (AQA, but easy to adapt for other exam boards), 1-2 hours of content-rich teaching, including a nice starter/do-now activity. An extended version (17 slides, covering effectively the whole topic and linked to a fabulous third-party video summary) is also available (“Gender and Educational Achievement”).
UPDATED (2021) and with extra activities - Welfare State, New Right, Marxism Welfare State &c
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UPDATED (2021) and with extra activities - Welfare State, New Right, Marxism Welfare State &c

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One of the TES reviewers wrote about its earlier, free version: This is a great resource - with really thought provoking material that will definitely get the students talking and help them to understand the different perspectives in UK today. Thank you SO much! This version has been upgraded and updated (February 2021) - delivering the contents is likely to take up to four lessons! Suitable for KS3-KS5, Citizenship, Sociology, Government and Politics, possibly even History (Communism/Neoliberalism/Thatcherism etc). Includes the main perspectives, a lot of activities (could easily be differentited) and some excellent multimedia links. Feel free to ask me for more details!
Functionalist Perspective on Education
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Functionalist Perspective on Education

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A well-prepared lesson (about 1-2 hours of classroom teaching). Should work fine with any major exam board. Linked to a short video clip, the material has been recently taught and should save you a lot of your own preparation time! An extended version (including the New Right and Marxist perspectives) is also available (as an extended, 44-slide presentation: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12560703 ). I will be really grateful for a review, even two lines will do - thanks in advance for your support!
Welfare State: New Right, New/Old Labour, Marxists, Conservatives, LibDems and you!
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Welfare State: New Right, New/Old Labour, Marxists, Conservatives, LibDems and you!

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Welfare State, New Right, New Labour, Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May, Marxism, British Politics 1945-2018. Brainstorming will help you differentiate - simply mix the more able/G&T with the less able students and ask them to work in groups. Add your exam Qs to the mix and you can easily turn it into 3-5 lessons! The resource has been updated again (May2018) and includes a lot of extremely helpful information now - I hope you’ll find it useful - any comments are welcome! I tried to avoid being too biased… :-) Enjoy! :-)
Brief (and Un-Orthodox) History of Christianity - updated Feb 2021!
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Brief (and Un-Orthodox) History of Christianity - updated Feb 2021!

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Perfect for Y10, 11, 12 and 13 either to introduce or revise for GCSE/A-Levels. Seven fairly generic questions at the end of the presentation which you may easily amend turning them into essays based on your specific exam board requirements! Should take you about 1-4 hours to teach the contents. Included: the origins, the branches, the basics of the New Testament, Paul, Augustine, Pelagius, Tertullian, Luther, Barth, Bonhoeffer, MLK, Calvinism, Catholicism, Anglicanism, Evangelicals, Pentecostals, Eastern Orthodoxy and more (including Mormons, Putin and Donald Trump)!