I’ve just release a new crime and deviance teaching resource bundle as part of my A-level sociology teaching resource subscription
This teaching resource bundle contains everything teachers need to deliver 10-hour long lessons in the sociology of crime and deviance for A level sociology.
Each lesson includes a student work-pack, supplementary resources such as PowerPoints, a detailed lesson plan and numerous lesson activities including starters, plenaries and links to some Socrative quizzes.
There is also some material on exams or formal assessment, but the main focus of these lessons is on content delivery rather than revision. If you’re interested in more assessment resources please see my you might like my various ‘revision bundles’, assessment details are contained within the relevant documents in each of these.
The resources have been designed for A-level sociology and cover the core themes on the AQA’s specification but are suitable for new 16-19 students studying any specification.
An overview of the ten introductory lessons:
- An introduction to Crime and Deviance
- An introduction to crime statistics
- Applying sociological perspectives to the London Riots
- Consensus theories of crime review lesson
- The Marxist perspective on crime lesson 1
- The Marxist perspective on crime lesson 2
- Research and letter- to MP writing lesson on corporate and white-collar crime
- The Right Realist perspective on crime lesson 1
- The Right Realist perspective on crime lesson 2
- Researching Right and Left Realist policy solutions to knife crime.
Resources in the bundle include:
- Five student workbooks covering all of the above lessons
- Eight Power Points covering most of the above lessons (not for riots or the corporate crime research lesson.
- 10 lesson plans covering all of the above lessons.
- Various supplementary hand-outs for some of the above lessons as necessary.
- Starters and plenaries for crime and deviance
- Extensive gap-fill crime and deviance revision grids with answers.
- Full crime and deviance scheme of work.
Fully modifiable resources
Every teacher likes to make resources their own by adding some things in and cutting other things out – and you can do this with both the work pack and the PowerPoints because I’m selling them in Word and PPT, rather than as PDFs, so you can modify them!
NB – I have had to remove most the pictures I use personally, for copyright reasons, but I’m sure you can find your own to fit in. It’s obvious where I’ve taken them out!
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