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I am a Sociology specialist and been teaching since 2009, In that time i have examined GCSE and A level exams. I have also taught RE, History and Geography in various schools to GCSE level. Here you will find many resources that can be used across all key stages and adapted to suit many subjects.

I am a Sociology specialist and been teaching since 2009, In that time i have examined GCSE and A level exams. I have also taught RE, History and Geography in various schools to GCSE level. Here you will find many resources that can be used across all key stages and adapted to suit many subjects.
Roman invasion of Britain
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Roman invasion of Britain

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This is a chronological understanding of the Roman Invasion. this includes a detailed lesson plan, timeline activity and power point. Students will gain an understanding of the Roman invasion, This is the second lesson in a series of four.
Ethnography
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Ethnography

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A Level OCR/AQA/EDUQAS new specification. This lesson looks at the use of ethnography in sociological research. Students analyse a piece of research and place strengths and weaknesses into context.
Who were the Romans? Lesson and activities
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Who were the Romans? Lesson and activities

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This is an introduction lesson, first of four on the Romans and who they were and how they have influenced life today. There are activities for pupils to understand the role of the Romans and notes to help non specialists.
Introduction to Functionalism
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Introduction to Functionalism

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This is an introduction lesson on one of the key theories in Sociology ( functionalism) Can be easily adapted to KS4/5. This is a whole lesson including activities to reinforce understanding of functionalism.
Why did the Romans invade Britain?
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Why did the Romans invade Britain?

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All students will be expected to give reasons why the Romans invaded Britain. This is the 3rd lesson in a series of 4. Lesson plan included with activity and powerpoint presentation.
The Black Death
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The Black Death

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First lesson on The series of the Black death all activities included in the powerpoint. This looks at how the Black death led to change over time, including cause and effect. Lots of student led activities encouraging independence
Exam practice
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Exam practice

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This can be used to support and aid understanding of how to answer and approach exam questions. this includes a marks scheme to encourage pupils to know what is expected of them in the exams. This is on the new specification.
Elizabeth I
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Elizabeth I

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Fourth in a series of 6 lessons on the Tudors, this lesson investigates with card sort activities Elizabeth I role as Queen and her successes and failures. It includes a lesson plan, powerpoint and activities. can be used as standalone or as part of SOW.
What was the Black Death and how did it affect people in Britain?
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What was the Black Death and how did it affect people in Britain?

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This could be taught across 2 to 3 hours. This looks at the Black Death and the causes, symptoms. Lots of differentiation to enable and support higher and lower ability pupils. There are also lots of opportunities in the lessons to encourage independent learning, group work, solo work. This includes a literacy mat, 2 x lesson plans , 2 x powerpoint presentations, writing frames to write a diary entry.
What have the Romans done for us?
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What have the Romans done for us?

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This is the last lesson in a series of 4. It explores how the Romans changed our lives and how they have contributed to life in Britain. Includes: Venn diagram, worksheets, Powerpoint and lesson plan.
Who was Edward VI and why was he important?
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Who was Edward VI and why was he important?

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Second lesson in series of 6, this lesson looks at Edward VI and how effective and important he was as ruler. There are differentiated resources for lower and mid to higher ability students. This includes a lesson plan and powerpoint.