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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 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.
Content Analysis
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Content Analysis

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This lesson can take between 1 and 3 sessions. It is aimed at GCSE Eduqas Sociology students but can be used with other exam boards too. This lesson will introduce students to the idea of content analysis and students will create their own analysis. Students will be given a hypothesis to prove or disprove on slide 5. Students will then watch two clips from the opening scenes of Disney’s 1991 Beauty and Beast cartoon and the 2017 movie. After calculating and reviewing their results, students will then discuss the strengths and weaknesses to this method using their own experiences. Always read the notes at the bottom of the slides. Links, clips and answers can be found there.
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.
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.
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.
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 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: 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.
Eduqas: Methods of Sociological Enquiry. Essay structure.
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Eduqas: Methods of Sociological Enquiry. Essay structure.

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This resource is a scaffolding guide to help students structure and answer the 30 mark exam question. The resource has hints, tips and sentence starters. My students used this template to help them with revision for the very first 2017 examination. ALL students scored between 23 and 29 out of 30 on this question. Not bad for the first cohort.
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: White Collar Crime
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GCSE Eduqas Sociology: White Collar Crime

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This resource covers 4 lessons. You can cut this down by skipping the documentary on ‘Corruption and Bribery’. The lessons aim to encourage students to create an interactive notebook which represents 10 examples of white collar crime. You will need colouring pens, scissors, glue and the interactive doors attached. The lesson includes a small mark exam question, clips, progress checks and activities. Please see the notes for progress check questions and answers. Additional information and links to websites and clips can also be found in the notes. My students thoroughly enjoyed these lessons, and WCC is their strongest area because of it.
GCSE Sociology Goody Bag Resources
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GCSE Sociology Goody Bag Resources

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This resource should be used as a Sociology marketing tool during taster sessions or Option Evening. This resource is aimed at year 8 GCSE students, but can be used with year 9. You will find attached rectangular cards with the following titles: 1. What is Sociology? 2. Who studied Sociology? x 2 3. Lateral thinking puzzles x 3 4. 9-7 grade students have these skills 5. Citizenship test 6. Answers to the citizenship test 7. Popular career routes and organisations associated with Sociology x 2 These cards can be cut and laminated and placed in sweet bags. See image attached. Bags can be purchased cheaply from Amazon or Ebay. Stickers cost between £3-6 from Vista Print. I attach the cards together with treasury tags. Alternatively, you could laminate the cards and place them on tables for parents and students to read and use. Additionally, (budget permitting) you may want to add a sweet or lolly to the bag as a final touch. Note: You will also find an adaptable flyer with general information regarding the Eduqas course. Have fun with it!
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.
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: Official Statistics
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GCSE Eduqas: Official Statistics

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This lesson is aimed at years 9-10 Sociology students studying Research Methods. The lesson focuses on Official Statistics and encourages students to consider contemporary examples and the strengths and weaknesses to this method. There is one exam question with a model answer.
GCSE Eduqas: Ethics
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GCSE Eduqas: Ethics

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This lesson is aimed at the GCSE Eduqas Sociology course, but can be used with other exam boards. The lesson introduced students to the concept of ethics and unethical issues. You will find a starter, plenary, interactive tasks linking to a short documentary and an exam question.
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.
GCSE Eduqas: Feminism and the Family
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GCSE Eduqas: Feminism and the Family

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This lesson encourages students to build upon knowledge of Feminism from previous lessons from Module 1: Key Concepts. The lesson has several activities which encourage students to think about the female role, sexism and oppression within the family unit. There are a selection of activities, some of which can be completed for homework. The aim of this lesson is to prepare students for future lessons on conjugal roles.
Tutor Time Template. October 2017
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Tutor Time Template. October 2017

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Each morning, during registration, I like to freeze a notice slide on the interactive board. The slide will contain the date, important notices and or instructions, an activity, reminders, an inspirational quote and usually some trivia for students to read. This resource includes 17 slides to use during registration for October 2017. There are no slides during the half term week. Each editable slide states the date, a famous birthday, references either to a key event in history or a key awareness day and also a motivational, mindful or happiness quote. With one key notice slide, students can organise themselves accordingly during registration while you can carry on with the register, mentoring, emails etc.. Some slides include the birthdays of famous singers and artists. I like to play music from the artist during registration. This is something for you to consider. Each slide has space for you to type in your own notices, activity and reminders. I have additionally attached two sample slides from October 2016 that I used with my form. Hope you find it useful.
GCSE Eduqas: Victims of Crime
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GCSE Eduqas: Victims of Crime

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This lesson should last 1 hour. It is aimed at the GCSE Eduqas spec and focuses on victims if crime. There are clips and activities with differentiated questions and progress checks. All answers and links can be found in the notes.