A little like the iconic red buses of yore, you wait a couple of years for a new batch of a-level sociology knowledge organisers and then two come along at once.
Or a few days later at any rate.
Bit like red buses when you come to think about it.
Still, a gift horse is a gift horse and having spent no little time trying to sort the wheat from the chaff I think I’ve managed to put together an interesting set of resources for your teaching and learning edification.
Churston Ferrers Grammar School: A big, bold and colourful set of Organisers that may or may not have been created at said school. While the metadata says “yes” I couldn’t find any trace of them on the actual school site and had to dig around a few different places to find what I’ve found.
Functionalism: This is more-or-less the same as the above (there seem to be a few minor text changes), but with the addition of a small number of quite cute graphics.
Chase Terrace Academy: Distinctively-designed Organisers.
Families and Households
Types of data, sampling, methods
Crime and Deviance
Victimology, Crime Prevention and Control
R.Giles: Although these Organisers have a Very Basic design (and Then Some), I’ve included them because they actually contain a lot of information about Globalisation and related processes. While I haven’t checked (because I couldn’t be bothered) I’ve got a sneaking suspicion that many of the areas covered in the Organisers may not be covered by current Specifications. Although I could be wrong.
Development, underdevelopment and global inequality
TNC’s, NGO’s and IGO’s in Local and Global Development
Development in Relation to Aid and Trade, Industrialisation, Urbanisation, Environment, War and Conflict
WJEC/Edugas Organisers: Created and distributed by the Exam Board.
Socialisation and culture: Revision sheet 1
Families and households / Youth culture: Revision sheet 2
Families and households: Revision sheet 3a
Youth culture: Revision sheet 3b
Research methods: Revision sheet 1
Research methods: Revision sheet 2
Social inequality: Revision sheet 3
Social Inequality: Revision sheet 4
Section A Compulsory question 1a: Contains key Methods points
Section A Compulsory question 1b
Section A Compulsory question 1c: Methods strengths and weaknesses.