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AS 24 mark question feedback sheet

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A feedback sheet that I use for AS SCLY 1 unit to provide feedback to students when writing 24 mark questions. it can also be used for self and peer assessment.

AQA SCLY1 Childhood PowerPoint

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Overview of childhood with video limks and activities, drawing on the Webb, Westergaard, Steel & Trobe Text

SCLY1 overview

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an overview of the unit culture and identity. breaks down revision topics

All key terms taken from SCLY1 Families and Household Examiners Mark Schemes

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I have trawled through all recent and less recent Families and Households mark schemes and used AQA definitions along with some from Joan Garrod's excellent A-Z of Sociology. I tend to test the students by blanking out the definitions. Tell me what you think.

FAMILY REVISION GUIDE

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FAMILY REVISION GUIDE - SCLY1 AQA

Write down 3 - Family Revision Starter

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I use this as a starter to revise Family and Households. Each question should represent a typical 6 mark exam question. I give the students 30 seconds to write down 3 answers, then they have 2 minutes to expand and explain their answers (representing how to score 2 marks for each point).

Social Policies and the Family (SCLY1)

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A powerpoint to introduce the concept of Social Policies with activities and a research task.

Demography Booklet (SCLY 1)

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I created a student workbook for Demography. I used Rob Webb's book for some of the stats etc. Feel free to change the questions to relate to your lesson.

SCLY1 Marxism/Family Essay

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An example of an essay response to a 24 mark question assessing the contribution of Marxism to the sociology of the family. There is a box for students to mark and comment on the essay.

Gender Roles

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Taken from Families and Households SCLY1. This handout charts changes in the DDOLD. Taken from my book with added exercises I hope you find this useful. I am an examiner and Head of Sociology in high performing girls' school in Birmingham.

Family: revision cards (SCY1)

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Helpful set of revision cars to cut out and keep from sociology.org. Summarises different theoretical approaches to 'the family'. Useful for AQA SCY1.

AQA unit 1 Culture and Identity

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AS Culture and Identity AQA SCLY1 - has got some gaps but useful stuff for delivering unit

AQA AS Sociology SCLY1 Wealth, Poverty and Welfare

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For those delivering the 'not so popular' Poverty module! A PowerPoint covering the entire specification.

SCLY1 big fat quiz of the year

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End of unit quiz I use for my AS sociology classes.  The last round is a music round I used youtube to play clips of songs. Sisters are doing it for themselves - feminism Money money money - Marxism Lazy express 2 feat david bryne - New Right (dependency culture/perverse incentive) Destiny's child independent women - feminism Things are gonna get better, D:Ream - functionalism   Put class in mixed ability groups of three, takes about an hour max

Sociology Theories Consolidation - comparing and reinforcing understanding of Marxism and Functionalist theory activity

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An active-learning based exercise that enables students to distinguish between different concepts. They will discuss meaning and then match terms to sections of grid. This highlights key terms and meaning thus reinforcing understanding. Students can also compare at a glance the different ideas, but more importantly see the contrasts of structural theoryy. Also ideal for evaluation where Marxism can be used to evaluate Functionalist ideas. Concepts can also be used on cards. Can be modified for

Key Sociologists for Families

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AQA SCLY1: A list of most of the Sociologists that appear in the Trobe text book with a description of what each of them did.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - SCLY1 Families and Households Revision

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (powerpoint) covering 15 different SCLY1 questions. I used a random name generator to choose the contestant but ask the rest of the class to play by writing their answers down on paper; if the contestant got the question incorrect I would replace them with another student.   * I did not make the template for this game so can not take the credit.   Please feel free to alter the questions for your own revision.

SCLY1 - Families past papers revision booklet

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I put this together using the AQA markschemes so that the students could revise over half-term by practising their essay writing skills. The booklet contains all the 24 mark questions from the past 5 years, the markscheme to answer them, student model answers and some key terms to help their revision. This booklet is only to supplement their revision and is not a revision guide. I have made the equivalent for SCLY 2 Health with Research Methods and I'm in the process of SCLY 4 Crime and

Revision Jenga! (SCLY1, SCLY2, SCLY3, SCLY4)

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I use Jenga to help my students revise. You will need a Jenga game and place that in the room. Split the class into two teams and ask each person a question. If they get the question correct then the student can attempt to remove a brick and place it on top of the tower. All you need to do is create a list of questions (normally around 20) on what ever area you wish to revise. Here's my example of some SCLY1 revising we have been doing.

Functions of the Family (SCLY1) - Feminism

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Functions of the Family (SCLY1) - Feminism I have not described Liberal Feminist perspectives. I have included an activity to test the students by using previous research to conclude the liberal feminist perspective. The third and final powerpoint on functions of the family. Please check my other two for the A3 sheet idea.