Become a Sociology Ninja in Sociological Perspectives on the Family: building knowledge at A-Level | Teaching Resources
This 60-minute lesson or revision Sociology A-Level task get students on their feet to build their core knowledge understanding if Sociological perspectives on the Family. Students will practice their understanding of concepts, sociologists and perspectives (and the odd quote too) by quizzing each other until they have heard the correct answer been read out three times. Students will then be quizzed by the teacher. Who will become the Sociology Ninja?! This resource includes a PowerPoint and…
Become a Sociology Ninja in Explaining Crime and Gender: A-Level Sociology | Teaching Resources
The aim of this A-Level Sociology game is to become experts in a field. In teams of three or more, students prepare to rehearse a set of questions on the topics of: Functionalist Sex Role Theory/Patriarchal Control; Liberation Theory; Class Deals. Round 1: Each team is quizzed on their topic. If they do not get it, the question is put aside. The other team can choose to answer at the end of round 1. Round 2: Teams swap question sets. Repeat process for Round 1. Round 3: Both teams go…
What factors influence the size of Britain's population? Families and Households A-Level Task | Teaching Resources
This A-level task on demography asks students to read and colour-code cards according to the correct category: Migration, Death-rate, Birth-rate, Ageing population, Fertility rates and Life expectancy. An excellent resources to consolidate, revise or teach a sometimes difficult topic.
How are Mass Media Socially Constructed: Agenda-setting,Norm-setting, Gate-Keeping A-Level Sociology | Teaching Resources
This is a Sociology A-Level task exploring the concepts of Agenda-setting,Norm-setting, Gate-Keeping and Moral Panics. Students read a card and categorise it according to the sociological concepts listed on the worksheet. The PowerPoint contains both the worksheet and correct answer to go through with the students.
*FULL LESSON* How do 'Control' and 'Ecological' theories view crime and deviance? Sociology Revision | Teaching Resources
This 60-minute A-Level lesson explores the concepts of 'Control' and 'ecological theory' in Crime and Deviance. The initial task gets them thinking about Hirsch’s Four Social Bonds. The main task challenges students to work through NEW KNOWLEDGE using the Quiz Quiz Trade process. This learning strategy gets them rehearsing knowledge by quizzing themselves and others and is a fun way of getting to grips with new material. This is superb for revision as well.
This A-Level lesson explores social class differences in educational achievement . The hook/starter gets the class considering a quote from Michael Gove on a possible link between wealth and educational success. A brief task is then followed by a class discussion based on a set of statistics on the link between education, income and a person's health. The main task challenges students to work through NEW KNOWLEDGE using the Quiz Quiz Trade process. This learning strategy gets them rehearsing…
*FULL LESSON* Become a Sociology Ninja in Methods in Context. A-Level Sociology Education | Teaching Resources
This 60-minute lesson will teach students to become Sociology Masters at the Methods in Context question on Paper 1 Education. The lesson includes: an AQA Paper 1 Methods in Context question; tasks which guides students through the examination process where they take the role as examiners; an exemplar answer is also provided including a P.E.R.V.E.R.T document which students can use to answer the question.
Methods in Context Sociology: Research Characteristics for Education. A-Level
We can identify five areas of research in education: 1) Pupils 2) Teachers 3) Parents 4) Classrooms 5) Schools. Each area presents particular problems and opportunities for the sociologist in choosing suitable methods to use. Students use this works...
*FULL LESSON* Become a A-Level Sociology Ninja: Marriage and Divorce. Editable. | Teaching Resources
This 60-minute, editable, A-Level Sociology Lesson covers the topics of 'marriage' and 'divorce' and fits well with all exam boards Units on families and households. This lecture with accompanying tasks could be used as an introduction to the topic or as revision of covered material. The lesson includes a PowerPoint, printable mind-map for students to complete as well as points for discussion.
*FULL LESSON* What is the Feminist View of the Family? A-Level GCSE Sociology Families and Household | Teaching Resources
This GCSE or A-Level lesson explores the Feminist perspective's view of the family. The lesson includes an introduction by the teacher, a challenging CARD SORTING activity where students identify the correct Feminist type and what they believe. The task includes several sociologists views eg Firestone, Somerville, Freidan, Veronica Beechey and more. The lesson concludes with an evaluation of the perspective's view of the family and includes.