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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.

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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.
Global Politics: Defining Peace and Conflict
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Global Politics: Defining Peace and Conflict

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This is a simple introductory lesson for Unit 4 on Peace and Conflict, using the Middle East as an example. The links to the videos are in notes section and on the slides themselves. Very guided, discussion based lesson.
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 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.
IBDP History: History and TOK
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IBDP History: History and TOK

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This is a resource to be used at the start of DP1 exploring the links between History and TOK. Straightforward with lots of reflection and discussion. The PPT guides the lesson, so those new to the subject and IBDP should find this very easy to teach.
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.
Global Politics: Justifying Conflict and the Just War Theory
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Global Politics: Justifying Conflict and the Just War Theory

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This lesson is designed to quickly introduce the concepts of the Just War theory over 1 or 2 lessons. Lots of discussion, scaffolded activities. Very easy to teach. I’ve attached some articles that I used with my class, which may or may not be a big high level. This is focused pretty solely on Walzers Just War theory, and is designed to be a lead in for further lessons on Humanitarian intervention and justifications of violence.
Longitudinal Studies
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Longitudinal Studies

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A collection of resources to help teach Longitudinal Studies. This was inspired by a particularly tricky CIE AS Sociology question a few years ago. You will need access to the UP Series, which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0l541FH_W0TPrwYHx7P7M-XhNzLN4uUb
Germany and the AntiComintern Pact 1936
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Germany and the AntiComintern Pact 1936

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This is a full lesson designed for both in class and home learning on the AntiComintern Pact of 1936. Videos are integrated into the slides. There are five tasks to complete, plus discussion questions integrated in. Video links in the notes section of the PPT
German Reaction to the Treaty of Versailles: Source Analysis
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German Reaction to the Treaty of Versailles: Source Analysis

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This is a lesson designed for both online and in-class learning which looks at the German reaction to the Treaty of Versailles through two cartoon sources. It is fully scaffolded and all tasks are designed with the EAL student in mind. This was designed with my Year 8/Grade 7 class in mind, but could be used in higher age groups. Tasks are easily adaptable if required,
Legacy of the Roman Empire
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Legacy of the Roman Empire

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This is a full lesson designed for online and in class learning on the legacy of the Roman Empire, with a huge emphasis on students utilising their own experiences. There is scaffolding to every activity, with a strong EAL bent, and model answers to each activity. Exceptionally easy to follow and adapt to your needs and context should you need.
IBDP History: The March on Washington
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IBDP History: The March on Washington

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This is a resource designed for IBDP History Paper 1 Rights and Protest. It consider the purpose and protest and then looks at sources to analyse different viewpoints on the march. The focus is on the march itself, rather than MLK’s speech. Easily adaptable for your own needs. If not, the lesson is ready to go as soon as it is downloaded.
IBDP History: The Cuban Revolution
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IBDP History: The Cuban Revolution

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This is a lesson which looks at the events and manner of the Cuban Revolution. There is a a section securing knowledge about the difference between Batista and Castro, a look at the History will absolve me speech, some work on Guerilla Warfare, and finally Castro’s ‘base’ in the Sierra Maestre. Some TOK linking has been included as well. Links to videos in the notes section of the PPT.
Theory of Knowledge: Intro Lesson
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Theory of Knowledge: Intro Lesson

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This is just a simple intro lesson for TOK for new DP students. Suggestions for topics are in the notes. I used Billie Elish, Racism after Euro 2020, and intro to TOK video.
IBDP History: Castro's Consolidation of Power
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IBDP History: Castro's Consolidation of Power

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This is a full lesson, probably two, on the ways in which Castro consolidated power. It also contains a considerable amount of examination as to the political philosophy of Castro at that time. Video link in the ppt, all tasks on the worksheet and material integrated in.
Global Politics Introduction
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Global Politics Introduction

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Here is a introductory lesson for IB or A-Level Global Politics. Real easy, real cynical. Should take an hour, depends on how much your class talk I guess. Keep the predictions in an envelope somewhere safe and open them on the last day.
Methods Valid Reliable etc
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Methods Valid Reliable etc

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Print this off double sided and complete at the end of every method. Even the small ones like Semiology. I’ll stick this up for free so I can get a one star review and someone telling me it doesn’t contain any information.
GCSE Sociology- Feminism and the Family
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GCSE Sociology- Feminism and the Family

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I have adapted some resources here. Start the lesson by giving out the article and getting students to highlight specific examples of sexism in the family. The PPT has numerous images to start with to discuss. There is a sheet on the PPT which will need printing off, it's the one about how liberal feminists can achieve their aims. Some students might need directing on that. And then there's a worksheet to go through. Students will need knowledge of Murdocks 4 functions in order to complete.