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Liam's Humanities Shop

I provide resources for a range of Humanities subjects, mainly Sociology, Politics, and History, but also some Geography, Media Studies and Global Perspectives. My resources have been the basis of my students achieving a number of Outstanding Learner Awards from Cambridge International Exams.

I provide resources for a range of Humanities subjects, mainly Sociology, Politics, and History, but also some Geography, Media Studies and Global Perspectives. My resources have been the basis of my students achieving a number of Outstanding Learner Awards from Cambridge International Exams.
Official Statistics- Sociology
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Official Statistics- Sociology

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This is a collection of resources and activities to help get through Official Statistics. Should work for any curriculum and lead to some relatively interesting discussions. Change the postcode on the research task to areas you are familiar with.
Theory of Knowledge: Natural Sciences and Climate Change
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Theory of Knowledge: Natural Sciences and Climate Change

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This is a whole lesson for TOK based on Climate Change, Natural Science and Contested Knowledge. Follow the PPT. Check the notes for the link to YouTube videos and the relevant articles. It should follow on from the Natural Science lesson I did on Space which is uploaded as well.
Theory of Knowledge and the Natural Sciences and Religion
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Theory of Knowledge and the Natural Sciences and Religion

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This a full lesson, probably two if you drag it out, on how Natural Science knowledge systems conflate with Religious knowledge systems. It’s all here and good to go, though please see the notes before you teach it. It is easy to understand and follow. It’s really designed as a follow up to my previous two lessons on this topic.
Observations- Sociology
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Observations- Sociology

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Again, just some basic resources for Non-Participant and Participant Observation. No PPT but you can easily work through the tasks. Pretty self-explanatory. On Observation techniques the 2nd task has a table to complete it on the 2nd page.
Sociology: Marxist Views on Crime and Deviance
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Sociology: Marxist Views on Crime and Deviance

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I took an ancient resource on here and updated it with activities and make it more student friendly. Designed with IGCSE in mind but advanced enough that can be used for A-Level. Two lessons worth, very discussion based. I have checked that all the videos are on YouTube as of 11/2019.
What is Archaeology - Intro lesson
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What is Archaeology - Intro lesson

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I took a resource from here and made it into a coherent lesson. The videos are in the notes , thought they aren’t be any means essential. This is pretty simple. I would use this at the start of Yr 7, but could probably be used at KS2.
Theory of Knowledge- Ethics
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Theory of Knowledge- Ethics

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This is 2-3 lessons worth of activities designed to develop students knowledge of various ethical positions. Follow the PPT and complete the activities. The text on the cases of James Bulger and Baby P is designed as stimulus material for the questions as part of the last activity. Links for the videos are in the Notes sections of the PPT.
Sociology and Social Policy
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Sociology and Social Policy

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This is suitable for AQA A2 Sociology and CIE AS Sociology. The powerpoint is adapted from something I found and updated to include some mention of Trump and Theresa May and generally make it more accessible to A-Level students. Some knowledge from the teaching perspective about various things is assumed. This is predominantly designed to work in a UK school but should be accessible around the world.
Global Politics Literacy Mat
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Global Politics Literacy Mat

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This is a literacy mat I used in my IB Global Politics class where most students are EAL. It contains key spelling, command words, useful connectives, key terminology etc. Print it off, laminate it and leave it on the desks. Can also be used as a display if you so wish. Designed with IB in mind but certainly transferable to other curricula.
Human Rights Revision Booklet.
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Human Rights Revision Booklet.

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Nothing fancy. Just a structured revision guide for students. This is to be based off classwork and textbook. It does not reproduce any information found elsewhere. It should cover most things they need to know for the topic for either A-Level or IB. Probably needs a bit of editing to fit what you’ve taught yourself.
Experiments- Sociology
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Experiments- Sociology

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Just some resources for AS Level Sociology on types of Experiments. Use in conjuction with the Reliable-Valid worksheet I uploaded. Simple, but effective. Enough to get some good discussions out of the class. No PPT. I never bothered with a PPT for this topic. I used videos of Milgram, Jane Elliot, Stamford Prison Experiment and Bandura’s Bobo Doll.
Theory of Knowledge: What is Art
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Theory of Knowledge: What is Art

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This is just a lesson I put together on What is Art. Probably the only lesson to ever have been created with a comparison of Katy Perry and Rammstein. Substitute the Manchester stuff from your hometown or where you are teach or something. The lesson basically teaches itself.
Global Politics: The EU
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Global Politics: The EU

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An introduction to EU concepts and structures. Designed with IB in mind but in reality could be used on any syllabus. Videos are listed in the notes section of the PPT. Activities are integrated in.
Sociology Literacy Mat
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Sociology Literacy Mat

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This is a one page Powerpoint slide designed to be printed off as a full slide, laminated and kept on the desks in a classroom. It could also work as a display. It contains key terminology, explanations of command words, spelling guide, useful connectives for essay writing, golden rules etc. Predominantly for A-Level but could easily be used elsewhere. Also useful to give electronically to students.
Sociology: New Media
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Sociology: New Media

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These are based on some very old resources I had. I have since tidied them up and made them more accessible. Nothing special, just some graphic organisers to help students formulate some arguments around New Media. One sheet is designed to be an intro where they do two spider diagrams identifying forms of old and new media. Like I said, nothing special.