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An experienced Social science teacher with a range of resources to support effective teaching and learning. Please leave a review. Please read the descriptions of the items carefully before you purchase!

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An experienced Social science teacher with a range of resources to support effective teaching and learning. Please leave a review. Please read the descriptions of the items carefully before you purchase!
AQA A LEVEL SOCIOLOGY CHANGING FAMILY PATTERNS
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AQA A LEVEL SOCIOLOGY CHANGING FAMILY PATTERNS

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A LEVEL Sociology changing family patterns (family diversity) unit. Webb textbook. Teaching time is approx 4 hours. Changing family patterns topic includes; ethnic families beanpole families same-sex families step families lone parent families one person households chosen families cohabitation marriage divorce Lesson includes; exam practice extended writing task video task MWB AFL quiz
AQA A Level Sociology Couples Unit
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AQA A Level Sociology Couples Unit

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This resource contains the entire couples unit; -The domestic division of labour Are couples becoming more equal? Resources and decision- making in households Domestic violence A range of activities from video tasks, exam practice questions, peer teach (based on the Webb textbook), gap fill, comprehensive tasks etc. Please check the notes section on the ppt for video links/article links
Social Action theory AQA Sociology
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Social Action theory AQA Sociology

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This lesson is approximately designed for 2 hours Features of the lesson includes: MWB match up Spaced practice of methods in context and research methods Explain why task Application task This lesson is designed to assess students understanding frequently and can be easily scaffolded down or adapted to be more challenging Please check the notes section for additional answers
Objectivity and value freedom Sociology
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Objectivity and value freedom Sociology

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This lesson is approximately designed for 1 hour and 30 minutes. Features of the lesson includes: MWB match up Discussion questions Application task Extended writing task This lesson is designed to assess students understanding frequently and can be easily scaffolded down or adapted to be more challenging Please check the notes section for additional answers
Is the Nuclear family still important in modern Britain AQA GCSE 2017
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Is the Nuclear family still important in modern Britain AQA GCSE 2017

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A 60 minute lesson from the AQA Family and Household Spec: Is the nuclear family still important in modern Britain. Presentation includes a quiz starter and a fun summary plenary. Instructions are embedded in the comments of the presentation. Also included is an engaging group activity. The content is very accessible for children beginning their SOC GCSE and this lesson is easy to differentiate.
Reasons for family diversity AQA GCSE
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Reasons for family diversity AQA GCSE

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A lesson on the resaons for family diversity, included is a diamond 9 summary and ranking activity. The lesson is aimed for year 9 students but can be easily adapted for other years. Learning outcomes: To explain the reasons why there is family diversity in modern Britain
Marxist perspective of the family AQA GCSE
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Marxist perspective of the family AQA GCSE

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Included is a full lesson presentaion on the marxist perspective of the family (the last slide has a venn diagram for students to complete) Sociology millionaire game can be used for a starter or plenary A match statement of marxist key term starter A marxisim criticism worksheet to go along with the slides. Learning Objectives: To describe the Marxist perspective on the family To evaluate the Marxist perspective on the family
AQA GCSE SOCIOLOGY Changes in the family structure
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AQA GCSE SOCIOLOGY Changes in the family structure

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A lesson on the changes in the family structure over time. Please click on the photos as videos have been hyperlinked. Includes two activities within the presentation (paired/ group work). Instructions of the activties are in the notes section of the powerpoint.
A Level sociology Recap quiz
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A Level sociology Recap quiz

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A fun team recap quiz that covers all of the following units in sociology; Families and households Education Research Methods Beliefs in society Crime and Deviance Theory and also includes a bonus NAME THAT SOCIOLOGIST round! Quiz can be adapted and can last between 1 hour- 1 hour and 45 minutes. Each round timed at 5 minutes (per slide)
AQA SOCIOLOGY EDUCATION REVISION WORKBOOK AS/A2
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AQA SOCIOLOGY EDUCATION REVISION WORKBOOK AS/A2

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AQA Sociology education revision workbook. This workbook can be used for both AS/A2 Paper 1. This workbook can be used in class to aid revision or a flip learning pack/ independent study resource. Workbook addresses each specification point; Concept check 2/4/6 mark questions 10/20 mark questions. A basic teacher answer PPT is included, recommended to adapt.
AQA Sociology Families and Households Revision workbook
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AQA Sociology Families and Households Revision workbook

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AQA Sociology Families and households revision workbook. This workbook can be used for both AS/A2 Paper 3. This workbook can be used in class to aid revision or a flip learning pack/ independent study resource. Workbook addresses each specification point; Concept check 2/4/6 mark questions 10/20 mark questions. A basic teacher answer PPT is included, recommended to adapt.
AQA Sociology Research methods and MIC workbook
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AQA Sociology Research methods and MIC workbook

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AQA Sociology Research methods and Methods in context. This workbook can be used for both AS/A2 Paper 1 & AS Paper 2 This workbook can be used in class to aid revision or a flip learning pack/ independent study resource. Workbook addresses each specification point; Old exam spec questions 2/4/6 16 mark research methods question 20 mark methods in context question A basic teacher answer PPT is included, recommended to adapt.
Assembly: Redefining Masculinity
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Assembly: Redefining Masculinity

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This assembly is aimed for Y11-Y13 pupils, it can easily be adapted for KS4. The assembly centers around issues of toxic masculinity and how to redefine masculinity for a healthier masculinity. Check the notes section of the PowerPoint for additional information or links.
Assembly: Culture and social protest
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Assembly: Culture and social protest

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This assembly is designed for Y11- Y13, it can possibly be adpated for KS4. The assembly centres around social protest and actvism, touching on historical and contemporary examples. Although rooted in sociological research, the assembly can be adapted for non- specialist. Please check the notes for additional information or links.
Sociology Poster: Writing templates
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Sociology Poster: Writing templates

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Two Sociology posters for the classroom can be adapted and stuck in class book or folder. Posters focus on the exam recommended writing templates. It is advised to print on A3 and display within the classroom to aid teaching and learning for Sociology or an essay-based subject.
Health & Social care: Sociology
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Health & Social care: Sociology

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A AS/Y12 Health and social care lesson based on ‘Understanding the concept of an unequal society’. Please click images and check notes for hyperlinks for video tasks. This lesson is based on 45minute- 1 hour time frame.