The Crime Collection

In a previous post I pulled-together all the free crime and deviance films we have available to create a simple one-stop-shop (so to speak) you

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Teaching Techniques: Pre-Questioning

“Asking questions” of students is pretty-much a staple of any teacher’s toolkit, which is fair enough, because as Jarrett (2107) notes: “The “testing effect” is

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Year 13 Sociology

A previous post (Year 12 Sociology) outlined a range of resources created by Stephanie Parsons to support AQA Paper 1 topics (Introduction to Sociology, Family,

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Of Methods and Methodology 6 | Practical Research Considerations

Sociologists do research for a wide range of reasons and in this post we’re looking at a range of practical research considerations relating to, firstly,

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Revising Perspectives

I’ve been trawling through some of the old ATSS material I seem to have collected and “stored” (oddly, enough, behind bookcases and stuffed towards the

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Crime and Deviance Resources

For some reason I seem to have collected quite a lot of crime and deviance resources that are just sitting-around taking up space on my

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Personal Learning Checklists: GCSE Sociology

Although I’ve previously posted about Personal Learning Checklists (PLCs) this was in the context of providing both a general explanation of how they are broadly

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Sociology Flipbooks

A Flipbook is a way of displaying a pdf document online so that it has the look-and-feel of a paper-based magazine, one whose pages you

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Sociology in Focus for A2: Beliefs in Society Resources

Having completed the resources for the free AS Textbook it now leaves me free to focus on the last couple of resource sets for the

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Sociology in Focus for AS: Methods Resources

The final set of resources to accompany the free Sociology in Focus AS textbook is for Research Methods aka “Everyone’s Favourite Module” (Said no-one. Ever).

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