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Resources for Sociology GCSE/A level and Australian Curriculum, Health & Social Care GCSE/A level, Politics A level and PSHCEE for older secondary students.

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Resources for Sociology GCSE/A level and Australian Curriculum, Health & Social Care GCSE/A level, Politics A level and PSHCEE for older secondary students.
Massive End of Year/General Knowledge & Christmas quiz! Loads of different rounds!
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Massive End of Year/General Knowledge & Christmas quiz! Loads of different rounds!

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This is a quiz initially designed for a mixed staff/ sixth form student quiz event but is easily usable for students from around year 9 upwards. I made a teacher baby photos round that teams filled in during the actual quiz too! This was made in 2015 so the first "current affairs" round would need to be added to! Rounds included are: Current affairs/recent news, Science & Technology, Movies, History, Geography, Music, Sport, Music- Audio/Intros round (suggested song clips for intros round), Literature, TV, "Our School" (have left the questions I used but deleted our answers for you to fill in your own!), Christmas, Christmas Number 1s, Christmas Food and Drink. Each round has 10 questions, all questions either worth 1 point each or two answers for 1/2 mark each. Each round also has a bonus answer, team which get closest to the answer also win a prize, enabling more teams to win and stop one team dominating!
What does it mean to be an Active Citizen and fight for Social Justice? Lesson
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What does it mean to be an Active Citizen and fight for Social Justice? Lesson

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A lesson looking at the concept of active citizenship and fighting or social justice within our society. This lesson looks at a variety of examples from history including Martin Luther King Jr and Rosa Parks within the US Civil rights movement. as well as more recent examples such as Colin Kaepernick and BLM. It also looks at Indigenous Australian examples of those who have stood up against racism such as Adam Goodes and Nicky Winmar. The lesson includes a group task where students look further into these case studies,
How do different groups help create a cohesive society? Lesson & resources
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How do different groups help create a cohesive society? Lesson & resources

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A lesson breaking down some of the key terms involved in this topic and then looking at the way Islam and Muslims are portrayed by the media compared to other religions. The lesson then looks into different examples of Muslims working towards the common good and how a variety of different organisations in Australia help to create interfaith understanding and a cohesive society.
Intro to Sociology/Ethnicity- Whole unit of lessons, resources, assessments
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Intro to Sociology/Ethnicity- Whole unit of lessons, resources, assessments

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A unit of work covering key Sociological concepts and issues as well as an introduction to the concept of Ethnicity, including pre-test, lessons, 3 end of unit assessments with rubrics and “lecture style” content only PowerPoints for you to use as Flipped learning/create screen cast videos from. This unit focuses on the concept of Ethnicity in general but also the experience of Ethnicity in Australia through migration and how that connects to ideas of multiculturalism etc. This unit has links to the Year 10 Civics and Citizenship aspect of the Victorian Curriculum (Australia).
What does it mean to be an active citizen?
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What does it mean to be an active citizen?

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This is not a lesson- this presentation is the key information/knowledge on this topic that could be used as Flipped learning/direct instruction before a lesson/inserted into a lesson presentation or to create a screencast video that students can return to for revision.