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My name is Ms Little and I teach GCSE and A Level Sociology. I'm Head of Sociology and Psychology & Head of Years 12 and 13 at USF. In my shop you will find Sociology and Tutor time resources aimed at Secondary and Sixth Form students. I follow the new Eduqas exam board, so most Sociology resources available in my shop are based on this specification. Eduqas course content is similar to other exam boards and therefore transferable. Happy Shopping! Always aim for Top Marx!

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My name is Ms Little and I teach GCSE and A Level Sociology. I'm Head of Sociology and Psychology & Head of Years 12 and 13 at USF. In my shop you will find Sociology and Tutor time resources aimed at Secondary and Sixth Form students. I follow the new Eduqas exam board, so most Sociology resources available in my shop are based on this specification. Eduqas course content is similar to other exam boards and therefore transferable. Happy Shopping! Always aim for Top Marx!
Eduqas A Level Sociology. Answering C1 Section 1, 15 mark exam questions
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Eduqas A Level Sociology. Answering C1 Section 1, 15 mark exam questions

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This resource will take up a whole lesson. The aim is to introduce students to essay technique using the PEEL model and AO skills. It's an easy to use step by step guide. By the end of the session, students should have a deeper understanding of the exam criteria and feel more confident structuring and independently writing a 15 mark answer. There is a PDF and word document attached. The word document is there for you to edit as you wish. You may prefer to use a different exam question to the one suggested. There is also a list of sample exam questions to consider and use in your lessons. One list is a word document. This is for you to add to the list as you wish.
Eduqas GCSE Socialisation
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Eduqas GCSE Socialisation

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This is a full lesson introducing the concept of socialisation with a focus on primary socialisation and the family. The lesson aims to be interactive with lots of thinking activities which encourage independent learning. One slide makes reference to the TV show Super Nanny. A clip from the TV show has been included, but you could use other episodes. You will find sample exam questions with model answers embedded with in the slides. The exam questions are based on the GCSE Eduqas Specification. However, other exam boards can use the slides, but you will need to change questions accordingly. Progress checking questions are embedded throughout. Answers to the questions can be found within the notes. You will need scissors, glue, mini wipe boards, pens and access to the internet to deliver this lesson.
GCSE Sociology: Functionalism and the Family
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GCSE Sociology: Functionalism and the Family

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This lesson introduces students to Functionalist perspectives on the Family. The Power Point relates to the Eduqas exam paper, with reference to some exam questions on the final slide. However this resource can be used and adapted to fit other exam boards such as AQA. The resource also includes several activities including the use of interactive note books. Students will need scissors, glue, coloured pens and also mini wipe boards to complete the activities. Progress check answers can be found in the notes.
GCSE EDUQAS C1 Key Concepts Revision Booklet with exam questions
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GCSE EDUQAS C1 Key Concepts Revision Booklet with exam questions

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This is a handy 20 page revision activity booklet for students to complete at home or during lesson. The booklet aims to recap module 1 (Key Concepts) with reference to exam questions, a RAG checklist and an personal AFL log to track exam progress. Additionally, there is an exam help sheet. This lists several exam questions (all have been created after researching past papers with application to the new spec) with a break down of AO1 and AO2 skills, sentence starters and tips on how to answer a question. This resource is aimed at Eduqas, but can be tweaked and adapted to fit other exam boards. With regards to the booklet, I printed A5 copies for my students to take home. I recommend printing smaller copies to save on printing budgets, and students seem to prefer them.
GCSE Eduqas Sociology: Is the family in decline?
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GCSE Eduqas Sociology: Is the family in decline?

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Is the family in decline? This lesson aims to help students think about and plan an answer to the following Eduqas based exam question: ** The family is in decline. Do you agree with this view? (15 marks) In this answer you are advised to refer to changes in the law and any other relevant factors to support your judgement.** The lesson aims to produce an argument with reference to key sociological ideas including New Right perspectives. Students are encouraged to use the PEEEL model to practise essay structure skills.
GCSE Sociology: Key Concepts
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GCSE Sociology: Key Concepts

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A booklet that can be used alongside PowerPoints created by myself (see shop and shared Google Drive), introducing students to the first Eduqas module. The booklet is full of activities, model answers and exam questions.
GCSE Eduqas Sociology: Nature vs Nurture debate
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GCSE Eduqas Sociology: Nature vs Nurture debate

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This is a whole lesson with a focus on Nature vs Nurture. The PowerPoint is aimed at the new Eduqas spec, and reference is made to the Eduqas book to complete the homework task. Other exam boards can use and adapt. The second part of the lesson relates to the 'Wild Child' documentary which can be accessed via YouTube. Links are embedded within the slides (usually the notes.) There is a sample exam question with hints and sentence starters along with a model answer. There are progress checks with sample questions to ask in the notes.
C1 Eduqas Education PEEL Essay Plans
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C1 Eduqas Education PEEL Essay Plans

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This resource lists several 15 mark exam questions with possible exam answers for students to read through and develop their own answers. Answers are structured using the PEEL model. This resource lists sentence starters and offers tips on how to reach high marks when structuring and articulating a 15 mark answer.
C1 Eduqas Family essay PEEL plans
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C1 Eduqas Family essay PEEL plans

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This resource lists several 15 mark exam questions with possible exam answers for students to read through and develop their own answers. Answers are structured using the PEEL model. This resource lists sentence starters and offers tips on how to reach high marks when structuring and articulating a 15 mark answer.
GCSE Eduqas C2: Feminism and social inequality
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GCSE Eduqas C2: Feminism and social inequality

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C2: Social Inequality; Feminism This lesson encourages students to think about Gender Equality and Discrimination. Students should reflect and apply their knowledge to the agencies of socialisation. There is also a BBC documentary concerning gender inequality around the world. Students can use interactive notebooks to record their new knowledge on the topic.
Eduqas GCSE C2 Crime & Deviance: Media and Crime
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Eduqas GCSE C2 Crime & Deviance: Media and Crime

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This PowerPoint contains x 4 lessons with a focus on Media and Crime. The PowerPoints follows the Eduqas exam course. Lesson one focuses on propaganda and how to spot it. Students will watch clips from Digital Disruption and discuss how the media uses propaganda. Links will be made to the hypodermic syringe model. Lesson two focuses on the functions of media and crime and draws upon contemporary examples. Lesson three concerns a documentary with a focus on columbine massacres. Students have a worksheet to complete as they watch the documentary. Lesson four concerns moral panics and takes an exam focus. Students will use their knew knowledge to attempt an 8 mark exam question. See the notes section for links, questions and answers.
GCSE Eduqas Sociology. Reasons for the rise in Lone Parent Families
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GCSE Eduqas Sociology. Reasons for the rise in Lone Parent Families

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This is one lesson based on the new GCSE Eduqas exam specification. The lesson uses interactive note book activities, so students will need scissors, glue and different coloured pens during your class. The Power Point contains a starter, plenary, x2 four mark exam questions with model answers, sentence starters and an exam criteria over view. There are differentiated activities embedded within the slides and progress checks. Some slides have extra information, guidance and help in the notes.
GCSE Gender as a social construct. Family Focus
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GCSE Gender as a social construct. Family Focus

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This lesson is aimed at the GCSE Eduqas course but can be adapted and used with AQA. It is interactive and encourages students to reflect on their own identity. Students will need to bring to school their own childhood photos to participate in the main activity. You will also need magazines (perhaps catalogues with images of toys in), scissors and glue. The lesson will introduce students to Oakley's key terms: Verbal appellation, Manipulation, Different Activities and canalisation.
EDUQAS GCSE: Culture and Norms
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EDUQAS GCSE: Culture and Norms

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This resource is a PowerPoint with several interactive tasks embedded within the slides. The lesson is aimed at year 9 GCSE Sociology students with a focus on ‘culture’ and ‘norms’. The lesson was made with the Eduqas exam board in mind, however it does fit other GCSE course- not slide 13 (Eduqas exam questions). For this lesson, you will need scissors, glue, dictionaries, mini wipe-boards and pens. For the plenary you may prefer to use buzzers if you have them. This will add a little competition to the end of your lesson- which is always good fun! You may wish to print off slide 7 for students to stick in their exercise books. On slide 9, there is an activity that involves watching a clip from Idiot Abroad (Season 1, Episode 4 Mexico). There is a link to an uncensored clip (a few swear words) to show Easter Sunday Fireworks in Mexico. Any episode of Idiot Abroad can be used to complete the task on slide 9. Activities are differentiated with ‘You must, You should and You could’. Slide 13 has sample multiple choice exam questions (like section one on the Eduqas paper).
GCSE Cultural Diversity
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GCSE Cultural Diversity

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This lesson is aimed at GCSE Eduqas Sociology. The content relates to Module 1- Key concepts. The lesson focuses on culture and differences within the UK and across the world. The lesson includes some interactive activities. Students will need scissors, glue and colouring pens. There is also an exam question with a model answer.
GCSE Eduqas Sociology. Families and the growth in single-hood
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GCSE Eduqas Sociology. Families and the growth in single-hood

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This resource contains one lesson with an interactive notebook based activity. Students will need scissors, glue and colouring pencils. The lesson is based on the Eduqas specification and aims to explore the reasons why single-hood or the singleton is on the rise. Students will be expected to answer x1 two mark exam question. Sentence starters, exam criteria and a model answer are provided within the slides. You will also need mini wipe boards and pens for this lesson for progress checks.
PET issues Crossword puzzle and Research methods True or False quiz
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PET issues Crossword puzzle and Research methods True or False quiz

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Puzzle and quiz aimed at A Level Sociology students studying research methods. The material compliments all major exam boards including AQA, OCR, WJEC and Eduqas. Both resources can be used as a starter, plenary, filler and or homework activity. High ability GCSE Sociology students can complete the activities as an extension.
Eduqas GCSE Sociology: Key Concepts. Ethnic Identities
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Eduqas GCSE Sociology: Key Concepts. Ethnic Identities

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This Power-point concerns the topic 'Key Concepts and Processes of Cultural Transmission' , with a focus on ethnicity and the development of ethnic identities. The lesson follows the Eduqas specification and examines how Family, Education, Peer groups and Media influence and construct ethnic identities. There are two exam 4 mark exam questions embedded within the slides for students to try. Students have exam advice, sentence starters and model answers to help them write and develop their own answer. You will need mini wipe boards and board pens. Additionally students will need coloured pens to update their progress mind map check. You will find extra help, hints, links to useful websites in the notes that you may wish to use in your lesson.
GCSE Crime & Deviance: Gender x 3 Lessons
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GCSE Crime & Deviance: Gender x 3 Lessons

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Here you will find x 3 lessons on gender. Throughout the 3 lessons your students will plan an essay together. At the end of each lesson, students will be expected to write their essay. The lesson contains progress checks and model paragraphs. There are 3 starters and plenary activities. You will need some envelopes for lesson 2 when students are introduced to Pat Carlen. This of course is optional.