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Citizenship, PSHE, History and Sociology resources that very often come with full lesson plans for non specialists

Citizenship, PSHE, History and Sociology resources that very often come with full lesson plans for non specialists
Womens Inequality - Women in the Workplace

Womens Inequality - Women in the Workplace

Lesson that allows students to explore how equal women are in the workplace. encourages students to use primary and secondary sources as evidence to support their opinions also helps students understand how to build a balanced two sided argument. encourages peer assessment to draft and redraft
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What are Life Chances?

What are Life Chances?

Lesson that explores the sociological concept of Life Chances. explains what they are and explores which factors can affect them both positively and negatively
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Ethnicity and Life Chances

Ethnicity and Life Chances

lesson that explores the relationship between ethnicity and life chances. explores prejudice and discrimination and racism. looks at examples of racism across history and present day. looks at institutionalism racism and stephen lawrence case.
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What is the relationship between Youth and Crime?and  Media and Crime?

What is the relationship between Youth and Crime?and Media and Crime?

Lesson that explores the relationship between youth and crime. starts by looking at youth crime reasons generally with a colour coding worksheet This lesson then moves onto discussing how youth crime can be affected by the factor of the media. looks at Stanley Cohen and Folk Devils, Moral Panics and Deviancy Amplification.
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Nasty Jobs for Victorian Children

Nasty Jobs for Victorian Children

2 lessons resource in which students explore what were the nasty jobs Victorian children were forced to do. Plenty of opportunity for discussion, explaining choices and evaluating. Written activities in the form of newspaper articles or persuasive letters.
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what is the relationship between class and crime?

what is the relationship between class and crime?

This lesson explores how class can impact on crime. looks at general reasons why class and crime are linked such as socialisation, labelling etc and links the sociologists to these ideas eg. sugarman, merton, cohen etc then moves onto White Collar Crime and Corporate Crime and discusses why these crimes are invisible and unprosecuted?
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How does Gender affect your life chances?

How does Gender affect your life chances?

lesson that explores the relationship between Gender and Life chances. Who has greater life chances and who doesn’t and looks at sociological reasons why. encourages students to practice their ability to explain in written form, practicising PEE paragraphs
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How is Poverty Explained?

How is Poverty Explained?

this lesson introduces students to the various explanations of poverty, the poverty cycle, sociological, cultural. barry sugarman, structural, charles murray
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Social Control - what stops everyone from being a criminal?

Social Control - what stops everyone from being a criminal?

Lesson that explores the core concept of social control from the perspective of criminality. how primary and secondary agents stop people from choosing a life of crime. looks at the police and the courts and their role in deterring people from committing crime. looks at marxist and functionalist opinion on these institutions.
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