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Resources for Social Sciences, PSHE and Sociology. All have been tested and used in my own classroom.
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Perspectives

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Perspectives

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Research Methods

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Research Methods

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Debates

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Debates

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Independent Study Booklets

AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Independent Study Booklets

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Theories of Crime and Deviance

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Theories of Crime and Deviance

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklets - Crime and Deviance

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklets - Crime and Deviance

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Social Distribution of Crime

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Social Distribution of Crime

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology- Independent Study Booklet - Globalisation and Crime

AQA A Level Sociology- Independent Study Booklet - Globalisation and Crime

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Summary sheets

AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Summary sheets

Summary Sheets are broken down into 3 sections: Debates: Sociology as a science Interpretivism v Positivism Value Freedom Sociology and Social Policy Research Methods: Research Design Factors influencing Method Choice Primary research Methods Secondary research Methods Sampling Methods Theoretical Factors in Research Perspectives in Sociology: What is Sociology? Functionalism Marxism Neo-Marxism Feminisms Social Action theory Symbolic interactionism Phenomenology & Ethnomethodology Structuration Theory Postmodernism and Late Modernity
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PSHE and CItizenship Handbook 2017

PSHE and CItizenship Handbook 2017

Updated PSHE citizenship handbook for 2017 Includes: 1. Mapping to SMSC and British Values 2. Assessment Outline using SOLO as a basis 3. Unit outlines for Year 7 - 11 Units of work are available on TES and www.Hecticteachersite.wordpress.com
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Key Stage 4 - Introduction to RSE

Key Stage 4 - Introduction to RSE

In this learning phase the students will be introduced to Key Stage 4 RSE and the guidelines that will be in place. They will also consider the controversial nature of RSE and its contents. Included: Teachers Notes Student Worksheets PowerPoint Presentation
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Key Stage 4 - Issues in Parenting

Key Stage 4 - Issues in Parenting

In this learning phase the students will be looking specifically at the options for an unplanned pregnancy and the rights of parents and foetuses. The unit includes: Teachers Notes Student Worksheets PowerPoint Presentation Links to video clips
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Key Stage 4 - Gender and Sexuality

Key Stage 4 - Gender and Sexuality

In this learning phase the students will investigate sexuality and gender identity, what they mean and how to challenge stereotypes. Included: Teachers Notes Student Worksheet PowerPoint Presentation Links to Video
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Key Stage 4: Relationships, Contrception, STI's

Key Stage 4: Relationships, Contrception, STI's

In this learning phase students will recap healthy intimate relationships, review information on types of contraception and look at STI’s. For the STI’s they will find out about the symptoms, modes of transmission and treatment. Included: Teachers Notes Student Worksheets Links to VIdeos STI Information cards Contraception Cards
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KS4 - RSE Full Unit

KS4 - RSE Full Unit

This unit builds on what the students have already covered in Key Stage 3 and consists of learning phases on: Introduction to RSE Issues in Parenting Gender and Sexuality Relationships, contraception and STI’s Pornography This package includes: The complete scheme of learning and teaching notes. Student Workbook PowerPoint presentations Links to youtube videos The resources for the pornography lesson are not of my creation but can be found here: https://bishtraining.com/planet-porn/
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AQA A Level Sociology - Methods in Context workbook

AQA A Level Sociology - Methods in Context workbook

This workbook takes students through how to answer the Methods in Context question which appears on both the AS and A Level paper. It breaks down the question into the different elements and provides model examples before asking students to practice writing an answer themselves.
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