Last Updated on October 30, 2020 by Karl Thompson
I’ve just released the latest research methods teaching resources for sale as part of my sociology teaching resources subscription package, available for only £9.99 a month!
Research Methods teaching resources
The November download includes the following lesson materials:
- Unstructured interviews
- Participant Observation lesson
- Participant observation lesson 2
- Non-Participant observation
- Official Statistics
- Cross National Comparisons
- Secondary Qualitative data
- Content analysis
- Bringing it all together: stages of the research process
NB the October release contained all of the preceding methods (intro, surveys and experiments) and the next release in December will include Methods in Context material – the monthly subscription will give you access to all the methods material, and all material to date (education and families and households), so that’s almost the entire first year of A-level sociology teaching!)
Resources in the bundle include:
- 5 workbooks covering the methods above
- 5 Power Points covering most of the above lessons
- 9 lesson plans covering all of the above lessons.
- Various supplementary hand-outs for some of the above lessons as necessary.
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!
More resources to come…
I’m making resources available every month as part of this teacher resource subscription package. The schedule of release of resources is as below:
- March – June 2020 – Education Resources
- July – September 2020 – Research Methods, including methods applied to education
- October – December 2020 – Families and Households
- January – April 2021 – Global Development
- May – August 2021 – Crime and Deviance
- September – October 2021 – Theory and Methods
- November 2021 – January 2022 – Revision Material
- February 2022 – Intro material.