Monthly Archives: October 2012

Yr 13 ppt on evaluation and analysis

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Yr 13 State Crime and Green Crime ppt and Media ppt

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Yr 12 Feminism and female youth cultures ppt

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Star of the week

Congratulations to Oli Aplin for an excellent essay on the social construction of youth, two whole grades above target grade.  Well done Oli !

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Yr 12 Info sheet on Sub-cultures, class and resistance

This will be helpful for your essay on youth sub-cultures and resistance which is due after half term. Subcultures as a product of class  

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Yr 13 ppt and info sheets for Interactionism and crime

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Star of the week

I am making a joint award this week to people who I feel are making an effort to contribute to class discussion in Sociology in Yr 12 and 13.  So well done to:- Gina Hunt, Mel Passmore, John Rule, Jack … Continue reading

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Yr 13 Marxism worksheet

here it is ! sorry i forgot to put it on the first time ! marxism ws You will need this for Wednesday.  It would help if you have accessed the ebook on the WJEC website.  For those of you … Continue reading

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Yr 12 The social construction of youth ppt

You will need this ppt for the next week. It also has an essay plan for the assignment due on Friday – explain the meaning of the ‘social construction of youth’ the-social-construction-of-youth

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Star of the week

Congratulations to Henri McKinlay who has shown this week that a little determination goes a long way. Everyone feels bad if they don’t achieve their target grade in a piece of work but surely repeating the work with a little more … Continue reading

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