GCSE Sociology (AQA): Pick up and go...

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Pick up and go...

Useful for both HODs but also those teaching the subject on their own or for the first time. Contains everything you need to teach both the new and legacy GCSE specifications. Plans of delivery clearly outline lesson content, interspersed with assessment points & research tasks to monitor and track progress. Assessment packages contain not only questions but also mark schemes tailored to the skills required across the examination and teacher and pupil reflection sheets. An extensive range of resources and podcasts will support your delivery for each of the key topics.
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A-level Sociology (OCR): Pick up and go...

A-level Sociology (OCR): Pick up and go...

This bundle contains: *plans of delivery for a range of components *support materials for all types of examination questions *extensive resources for both crime and deviance and research methods that are compatable with AQA
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Key Perspectives

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Key Perspectives

This resource provides pupils with the views of each of the key perspectives in relation to the topics studied in both unit 1 and unit 2. This resource is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. The materials would also be accessable to weaker A-level pupils.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Podcasts (All Topics)

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Podcasts (All Topics)

A selection of podcasts to support pupils with revision and preparation for the new and legacy AQA specification. Podcasts explore: Subject content for each topic (new and legacy specification) Theoretical approaches for each topic (new and legacy specification) Examination technique for each topic including studying society (legacy specification)
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GCSE Sociology (AQA) Social Stratification (Social Inequality & Power)

GCSE Sociology (AQA) Social Stratification (Social Inequality & Power)

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the social stratification (social inequalities & power) topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. Many of the resources would also be accessable to A-level pupils.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Research Methods

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Research Methods

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the research methods topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Mass Media

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Mass Media

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the mass media topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. Many of the resources would also be accessable to A-level pupils.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Power (Social Stratification)

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Power (Social Stratification)

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the power / social stratification topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. Many of the resources would also be accessable to A-level pupils.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Pick up and go...

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Pick up and go...

Useful for both HODs but also those teaching the subject on their own or for the first time. Contains everything you need to teach both the new and legacy GCSE specifications. Plans of delivery clearly outline lesson content, interspersed with assessment points & research tasks to monitor and track progress. Assessment packages contain not only questions but also mark schemes tailored to the skills required across the examination and teacher and pupil reflection sheets. An extensive range of resources and podcasts will support your delivery for each of the key topics.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA Legacy Specification): Plan of Delivery & Support Materials (Unit 1 & 2)

GCSE Sociology (AQA Legacy Specification): Plan of Delivery & Support Materials (Unit 1 & 2)

This resource aims to assist classroom teachers in their mid to long-term planning of for both unit 1 (studying society, families and education) and unit 2 (social inequality, power, crime and mass media). The comprehensive set of resources contain: Both a teacher and pupil schemes of work that contains specified sections for focusing on each topics. Within the scheme of work you will find: *2 delivery versions for unit 2: 1 covering all 4 topics / 1 covering 3 topics *Guided number of lessons *Learning objectives and points of guidance *Guided formative and summative assessment points and examination questions *Year 11 mock examination *Homework prompts *Clear prompts for assessments, homework and research opportunities In unit 1 each primary research method is directly incorporated into the families and education sections with a dedicated lesson on the method which is followed up a hypothesis for pupils to investigate using the specified method. Generic mark schemes that are 'user friendly' for both teachers and pupils with the purpose of improving the efficiency of the marking process. This is achieved by: *Providing generic mark schemes for each question across the topic *Breaking down assessment objective skills into clear sections *Providing clear level descriptors *Clear prompts to recognise type of marking e.g. teacher / peer and pride and effort taken by the pupil The feedback and reflection (DIRT) sheet contains opportunities for pupils to: *Address spelling mistakes *Identify strengths and successes *Identify errors / steps for continued support *Specific targets for improvement and reflection *Reflect on identified targets Teachers are provided with the opportunity to recognise the quality of reflection through identifying the appropriate descriptor and can provide further guidance by identifying points from a pre-populated menu. Assessment and homework progress can also be easily recorded and monitored on a pupil tracking document (A4 sized) that can fit neatly inside work books or assessment folders.
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A-level Sociology (OCR): Pick up and go...

A-level Sociology (OCR): Pick up and go...

This bundle contains: *plans of delivery for a range of components *support materials for all types of examination questions *extensive resources for both crime and deviance and research methods that are compatable with AQA
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Crime and Deviance

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Crime and Deviance

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the crime and deviance topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Social Inequality (Social Stratification)

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Social Inequality (Social Stratification)

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the social stratification (social inequality & power) topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. Many of the resources would also be accessable to A-level pupils.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Education

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Education

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the education topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. Many of the resources would also be accessable to A-level pupils.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Family

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Family

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the family topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. Many of the resources would also be accessable to A-level pupils.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Key Perspectives

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Key Perspectives

This resource provides pupils with the views of each of the key perspectives in relation to the topics studied in both unit 1 and unit 2. This resource is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. The materials would also be accessable to weaker A-level pupils.
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A-level Sociology (OCR / AQA): Crime and Deviance

A-level Sociology (OCR / AQA): Crime and Deviance

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the crime and deviance topic that is compatible with both the OCR and AQA new specifications.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA): Introduction

GCSE Sociology (AQA): Introduction

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the introductory topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification.
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A-level Sociology (OCR / AQA): Research Methods

A-level Sociology (OCR / AQA): Research Methods

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the research methods topic that is compatible with both the OCR and AQA new specifications.
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GCSE Sociology (AQA New Specification): Plan of Delivery & Support Materials (Paper 1 and 2)

GCSE Sociology (AQA New Specification): Plan of Delivery & Support Materials (Paper 1 and 2)

Useful for both HODs but also those teaching the subject on their own or for the first time. Contains everything you need to teach both the new and legacy GCSE specifications. Plans of delivery clearly outline lesson content, interspersed with assessment points & research tasks to monitor and track progress. Assessment packages contain not only questions but also mark schemes tailored to the skills required across the examination and teacher and pupil reflection sheets. The comprehensive set of resources contain: Two versions of the scheme of work have been produced 1) for delivery over two years 2) for delivery of three years. Each scheme of work contains specified sections for focusing on each area: introducing sociology, sociological research methods, families, education, crime and deviance and social stratification. Within the scheme of work you will find: *Subject content and assessment details as outlined by AQA *Guided number of lessons *Learning objectives and points of guidance *Guided assessment points and examination questions (eight in total) *Homework prompts *Clear prompts for assessments, homework and research opportunities Each primary research method is directly incorporated into the families and education sections with a dedicated lesson on the method which is followed up a hypothesis for pupils to investigate using the specified method. Generic mark schemes that are 'user friendly' for both teachers and pupils with the purpose of improving the efficiency of the marking process. This is achieved by: *Providing generic mark schemes for each question across the topic *Breaking down assessment objective skills into clear sections *Providing clear level descriptors *Clear prompts to recognise type of marking e.g. teacher / peer and pride and effort taken by the pupil The feedback and reflection (DIRT) sheet contains opportunities for pupils to: *Address spelling mistakes *Identify strengths and successes *Identify errors / steps for continued support *Specific targets for improvement and reflection *Reflect on identified targets Teachers are provided with the opportunity to recognise the quality of reflection through identifying the appropriate descriptor and can provide further guidance by identifying points from a pre-populated menu. Assessment and homework progress can also be easily recorded and monitored on a pupil tracking document (A4 sized) that can fit neatly inside work books or assessment folders.
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A-level Sociology (OCR New Specification): Plans of Delivery and Support Materials (Components 1-3)

A-level Sociology (OCR New Specification): Plans of Delivery and Support Materials (Components 1-3)

This resource aims to assist classroom teachers in their mid to long-term planning. It contains schemes of work for a number of sections across components 1-3, 'student friendly' generic mark schemes for all questions across each component and a student marking and reflection (DIRT) sheet that improves the efficiency of providing student feedback. Find beneath more specific details: Schemes of Work: In detail: for first time teaching: *Understanding social inequality (social class): component 2 *Understanding social inequality (gender): component 2 *Understanding and researching social inequalities (combined plan of delivery): component 2 *A selection of research tasks that are directly incorporated into researching social inequalities *Crime and deviance: component 3 In summary: for revision purposes: *Socialisation, culture and identity: component 1 *Youth subcultures: component 2 *Researching social inequalities: component 2 *Understanding social inequalities (social class): component 2 *Understanding social inequalities (gender): component 2 Each plan of delivery contains: *Component and specific section briefs *Guided number of lessons *Learning objectives and points of guidance *Guided assessment points and questions *Homework prompts *Colour coded prompts e.g. research methods links, content no explicitly on the specification, assessment points, preparation lessons and dedicated feedback and reflection opportunities Generic mark schemes / feedback and reflection (DIRT) sheet These mark schemes are 'user friendly' for both teachers and students with the purpose of making marking a more efficient process. This is achieved by: *Providing generic mark schemes for each question across component 1 - 3 *Breaking down assessment objective skills into clear sections *Providing level descriptors in bullets *Prompts to recognise type of marking e.g. teacher / peer and pride and effort taken by the student The feedback and reflection (DIRT) sheet contains opportunities for students to: *address spelling mistakes *identify strengths and successes *identify errors / steps for continued support *specific targets for improvement and reflection *reflect on identified targets Teachers are provided with the opportunity to recognise the quality of reflection through identifying the appropriate descriptor and can provide further guidance by identifying points from a pre-populated menu.
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