Teaching Resources: A-level sociology families and households (AQA)
One downloadable bundle including fully modifiable teaching resources in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
The bundle includes:
The bundle includes:
- A detailed scheme of work covering the entire AQA specification for families and households
- 24 detailed lesson plans (topics below)
- Seven student work packs on the seven main topic areas
- PowerPoints to accompany most lessons.
- Activities such as role play games, sentence sorts, gap fills.
- the relationship of the family to the social structure and social change, with particular reference to the economy and to state policies
- changing patterns of marriage, cohabitation, separation, divorce, childbearing, and the life course, including the sociology of personal life, and the diversity of contemporary family and household structures
- gender roles, domestic labour and power relationships within the family in contemporary society
- the nature of childhood, and changes in the status of children in the family and society
- demographic trends in the United Kingdom since 1900: birth rates, death rates, family size, life expectancy, ageing population, and migration and globalisation.
- Perspectives on the family
- Marriage and divorce
- Family diversity
- Power, control and equality in relationships
- Demography, including globalisation and migration
- Social policy and the family.
- An introduction to the sociology of families and households
- The Functionalist perspective on the family
- The Marxist perspective on the family
- The Marxist/ Feminist perspectives on the family
- The Feminist perspective on the family
- The New Right view of the family
- The Postmodern and Personal Life Perspective on the family
- Consolidation Families and households Assessment Lesson – focussing on evaluation skills and essay writing.
- Exploring and explaining trends in marriage
- Exploring and explaining trends in divorce
- Evaluating sociological perspectives on marriage and divorce
- Exploring and explaining increasing family diversity – ‘organisational diversity’
- Exploring family diversity by social class, ethnicity, and sexuality
- Evaluating the view that families are becoming more diverse
- Power in relationships: housework and childcare
- Power in relationships: perspectives on domestic violence
- Is Childhood Socially Constructed?
- Evaluating the March of Progress View of Childhood
- Is Childhood Disappearing?
- Birth and Death Rates
- The challenges of the Ageing Population
- Migration and family life
- Social Policies and family life 1
- Social Policies and family life 2
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