This is an initial revision starting point for students.It allows them to fill in and add their own ideas too, as not all the boxes are filled in for all the poems, and exists to give some ideas about each of the poem.
Each poem is broken down into language and quotes, structure and form, context, links between poems and wider reading, as well as multiple meanings in order to meet each of the assessment objectives.
An example answer created by a student in time conditions, and marked by teachers, that received 20/25.This answer is tailored more towards the AS-level style Othello questions.
Examine the view that , in the passage and elsewhere in the play , Iago’s behaviour is fuelled by jealousy and love (25)
An example answer created by a student in time conditions, and marked by teachers, that received 21/25.
This answer is tailored more towards the A2 style Othello questions.
“Typically texts present women as essentially passive in the face of male aggression”
Examine this view in the extract and throughout the rest of the play
An unseen prose example answer created by a student in time conditions and marked by teachers, that received 21/25.
Based on the book Oranges are not the only fruit by Jeanette Winterson.
Explore the significance of conflict in this extract... Examine the way that Winterson shapes meanings.
A Student placed together, concise revision guide of 7 pages, for the Handmaid's tale at A2-Level.
Includes some key context, quotes from Atwood, some critical opinions, some structure and form and intertextual links to the 1984 , and key quotes for some of the key ideas.
A Student placed together, revision guide of 19 pages, for A Streetcar Named Desire at A2-Level.
Includes some key context, some critical opinions, some structure and form and key quotes/key themes, as well as scene summaries.
A brief 4 page overview/ guide to how to meet all the assessment objectives and approach the Unseen Prose in paper 2, and the Unseen Poetry Comparison in Paper one for Love through the Ages.
Examples of Language, structure, and form that students should be referencing / aware of.
Also examples of some context that could be brought it.
Reminds students to use embedded quotes, reference methods, give alternative interpretations, context and links to other texts.
An example answer created by a student in time conditions, and marked by teachers, that received 20/25. Comparison between E M Forsters A Room with a View and the Pre-1900's poetry anthology.
Compare how the authors of the two texts you have studied present male attitudes to love ( 25 Marks)
16 pages of summarised education revision notes, for the new specification, compiled from the OCR endorsed textbook and own knowledge, which span the whole course.
These notes cover Globalisation, the Media, Marxist, Feminist, Postmodern views. As well as class, age and gender , cultural homogenisation and relationships.All with sections of evaluation.
25 pages of carefully summarised education revision notes , for the new specification, compiled from the OCR endorsed textbook and own knowledge, which span the whole course.
These notes cover the inequalities in education, the education theoretical approaches, the Global Gender apartheid, as well as the education policies. All with sections of evaluation.
4 Revision posters created by a student at A2 for the Education section that explore the whole course in summarized bullet points.
Created in a concise way to revise the theoretical approaches to the role of education ( Functionalism , Marxism , Social Democratic, New Right , Liberals , Feminism) , includes main sociologists, key terms.. Also , includes Class, Ethnicity, and Gender ( including Global Gender Apartheid), as well as the Education policies.
This pack includes 5 sample answers for the Education paper for 40 mark questions, created by students.
Assess and discuss the view that processes within schools reproduce social class inequalities ( 40)
Outline and evaluate sociological explanations of differences in educational achievement between different ethnic groups (40)
Outline and evaluate the view that the education system prepares students for work? (40 )
Outline and evaluate cultural explanations of social class differences in educational achievement ( 40)
Outline and Evaluate policies influenced by New Right thinking since 1988 ( 40 )
These example answers were written by students and marked by teachers to gain either full marks, or one or two marks away from this. Useful in teaching how to answer questions and meet the assessment objectives.
The questions featured are these:
Evaluate the Marxist view that global advances in digital forms of communication maintain inequalities in society(16)
With reference to the sources, to what extent have developments in digital forms of communication had a negative impact on young people? (10)
With reference to the sources, explain how developments in digital communication might have led to a digital generation divide ( 9)
Student created, in time conditions, and teacher marked, examples of 20 mark questions on the following topics:
Outline the evidence that social class affects life chances (20 marks)
Outline the evidence that men are disadvantaged in the UK ( 20 Marks)
4 Revision posters created by a student at A2 for the Globalisation section that explores the whole course in summarized bullet points.
These posters cover Globalisation, the Media, Marxist, Feminist, Postmodern views. As well as class, age and gender , cultural homogenisation and relationships.
10 mark example questions for education , each scoring 9/10 out of 10 when marked by teachers.
Gives an idea of how they should, or could be answered to gain full marks.
Questions in examples are:
In what ways does Home background contribute to social class inequality in education?
In what ways do sociologists explain the role of education?
What are the possible explanations for males making slower progress than females at school?
In what ways can rising female attainment within education be explained?
In what ways can disparity in educational provision around the world be explained ?
In what ways do the New Right believe education can be improved ?
6 Revision posters created by a student at A2 for the main theoretical perspectives for social inequalities.
Created in a concise way to understand the theories, includes main sociologists, key terms and their views on Class, Age , Gender and Ethnicity where applicable.
11 Pages of student created, concise, revision notes for the new A-level OCR Sociology specification on Social Inequalities.
Useful guide and overview for the expectations of the course.
Class, Age, Gender and Ethnicity inequalities and how theoretical perspectives such as Functionalists, Marxists, Weberian, Feminists, New Right, and Postmodernists would approach these.
This resource contains 3 example answers of 40 mark questions for Sociology A-Level.
All achieved 37/38 out of 40 when marked by teachers, and would have achieved A/A* .
Example Questions are:
Assess Feminist explanations for gender inequality in the UK
Outline and Evaluate Weberian explanations of ethnic inequality
Assess the sociological explanations of social inequality within the UK
A Room With a View by E.M. Forster revision notes for the Love Through The Ages module that explores key quotes/themes, structure, form, and context needed to meet all the assessment objectives.
This revision focuses on the role of men and women in the novel, as well as quotes for the different aspects of love.
All written as concisely as possible to make it as easy and pain-free to remember and understand.It is helpful as a revision for the novel, or for those starting to learn it.
4 Pages of Student created condensed revision notes/Posters for the new A-level OCR Sociology specification on Research Methods/Methods in Context.
Sampling ,Operationalising , Triangulation ,Research methods with evaluation , Positivism , Interpretivism , Feminism , Values, Practical ,Ethical and Theoretical Issues,Social Policy.