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Vocabulary Activities and project choice Bingo Template, Tools For Teaching, Secondary Teacher, Vocabulary Activities, School Subjects, School Psychology, New Teachers, High School Students, Extra Credit

Vocabulary Activities

These are vocabulary activities appropriate for any subject. The package includes a vocabulary chart, which prompts students to think about their words on several different levels, a bingo template, a scaffold-ed categorization activity, and a list of extra credit opportunities with a basic rubric. ...

Sociology of Halloween Costumes There is no better holiday than Halloween for a sociology class. The costumes alone provide a perfect opportunity to analyze gender socialization, sexism, racism, cultural bias, and social psychology. What Is Sociology, Sociology Class, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Resources, Tools For Teaching, Teaching Resources, Middle School Ela, High School, Halloween Costumes For Teens

Sociology of Halloween Costumes

There is no better holiday than Halloween for a sociology class. The costumes alone provide a perfect opportunity to analyze gender socialization, sexism, racism, cultural bias, and social psychology.This editable activity includes:- A lesson plan- A webquest with QR codes that enables students to a...

Measurements of Crime PowerPoint, Cloze Notes, and Exit Ticket Sociology Class, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, Middle School Ela, Exit Tickets, School Subjects, New Teachers, High School Students, Teacher Resources

Measurements of Crime PowerPoint, Cloze Notes, and Exit Ticket

This editable resource introduces your sociology students to measurements of crime. Students will consider issues, such as mass incarceration, overcriminalization, justifications for sanctions, and the problem with crime statistics. The final slide links to a thought-provoking Ted Talk about racial ...

Sociology and Politics Middle School Ela, High School, Political Ideology, Politics, Sociology Class, Powerpoint Lesson, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, School Subjects

Sociology and Politics

This PowerPoint with Cloze Notes will introduce your sociology students to concepts of power, authority, types of government, political ideology spectrum, and parliamentary vs. presidential governments.You Get:A PowerPoint Presentation (editable)Cloze Notes (editable)A Bonus Blank Note Page (editabl...

Emergency Substitute Plans or Distance Learning for Any Unit Writing A Thesis Statement, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, Substitute Teacher, Study History, School Psychology, New Teachers, Teacher Hacks, High School Students

Emergency Substitute Plans for Any Unit

These editable activities can be used with any unit in a social studies class. They are perfect for emergency substitute teacher plans. The benefit of these activities is that they reinforce vital skills while allowing social studies/ history students to keep up with the content. With slight modific...

Looking Glass Self Lesson and Activities Looking Glass Self, Sociological Concepts, My Future Job, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Self Awareness, New Teachers

Looking Glass Self Lesson and Activities

The Looking-Glass Self is one of those abstract Sociological concepts that can be difficult for high school students to understand. This lesson guides them through it by encouraging them to relate it to their own lives. They will watch film clips and respond to them on one of the handouts; they will...

Malthus Theorem Classroom Debate and Simulation Middle School Ela, High School, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, School Subjects, New Teachers, Sociology, Teacher Resources

Malthus Theorem Classroom Debate and Simulation

This resource enables you to have a structured classroom debate about the topic of demography-are we headed for a Malthusian Catastrophe or not? This lesson begins with a simulation to help students understand the Malthus Theorem. Students will then briefly research Malthusian and anti-Malthusian p...

Sociology Formal Stratification and Gender Sociology Topics, Sociology Class, Behavioral Science, Science Education, Middle School Ela, High School, Gender Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher

Sociology Formal Stratification and Gender

Students will follow a link or a QR Code, read about formal stratification (slavery, the estate system, the caste system), and respond to prompts. Then students will watch a Ted Talk about the effects of formal stratification gender and respond to prompts You Get: ☑ A directions page with film lin...

Sociology and Aging PowerPoint, Cloze Notes, and Activity Sociology Courses, Sociology Class, High School Curriculum, High School Activities, Sociological Imagination, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, Middle School Ela, School Subjects

Sociology and Aging PowerPoint, Cloze Notes, and Activity

Sociology students will learn about the sociology of aging with this PowerPoint presentation, notes, and activity. They will learn about the functionalist, conflict, and the symbolic interactionist perspectives on aging, as well as the ideas of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. You Get: ☑ Sociology and Aging...

Solving The Late Work Problem Are you still taking late work? You're working harder than you have to. Click through to learn about this simple method for NOT taking late work and still giving students a second chance. Education Middle School, High School Classroom, School Subjects, I School, School Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Social Studies Lesson Plans, Math Lesson Plans, Late Work

Solving The Late Work Problem

"A student slaves from dusk till dawn, but a teacher's work is never done."

Vocabulary Activities and project choice Bingo Template, Tools For Teaching, Secondary Teacher, Vocabulary Activities, School Subjects, School Psychology, New Teachers, High School Students, Extra Credit

Vocabulary Activities

These are vocabulary activities appropriate for any subject. The package includes a vocabulary chart, which prompts students to think about their words on several different levels, a bingo template, a scaffold-ed categorization activity, and a list of extra credit opportunities with a basic rubric. ...

Active Learning Pack Transform Lectures and Readings High School Courses, Teaching Secondary, Social Studies Classroom, School Subjects, Learning Activities, Teaching Ideas, School Psychology, New Teachers, High School Students

Active Learning Pack Transform Lectures and Readings

Our students have micro attention spans. This is an issue in content-heavy courses. Teachers must deliver content, often through lectures or readings. So how do we get our students to pay attention and interact with the material? Over the years, I've found that the key to facilitating the heavy-cont...

Sociology and Social Stratification in the U. Powerpoint and Cloze Notes Middle School Ela, High School, Social Stratification, Sociology Class, Social Class, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, Teacher Notes, New Teachers

Sociology and Social Stratification in the U.S. Powerpoint and Cloze Notes

Sociology students will learn about social stratification in the U.S. with this engaging presentation and accompanying handouts. Students will learn about social class, status, wealth vs. income, the Horatio Alger Myth, the Charles Murray Thesis, Sociological Perspectives on Stratification, and mor...

This package includes 20 tickets out the door that can be implemented in any subject. The tickets encourage students to reflect on daily lessons before they leave the classroom. Students will rate the lesson, come up with their own questions, and reflect High School Classes, High School Students, Teaching Secondary, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Stuff, Social Studies Classroom, Exit Tickets, School Psychology, New Teachers

Tickets out the Door Exit Ticket Package

This package includes 20 tickets out the door that can be implemented in any subject. The tickets encourage students to reflect on daily lessons before they leave the classroom. Students will rate the lesson, come up with their own questions, and reflect upon what they need to study further. They w...

The Fundamental Attribution Error Activity Middle School Ela, High School, Psychology Student, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, Study History, New Teachers, Sociology, Curriculum

The Fundamental Attribution Error Activity

Help your sociology or psychology students understand the fundamental attribution error with this engaging foldable activity. Use the slide with film links to guide your students in defining and recognizing examples of the error.This is a perfect complement to the movie Experimenter about Stanley Mi...

Sociology and the Socialization of Me Name Activities, Interactive Activities, Social Activities, Interactive Notebooks, Social Studies Classroom, Secondary Teacher, Blended Learning, New Teachers, Teacher Resources

Sociology and the Socialization of Me

Introduce a unit on socialization to your sociology students with these two interactive notebook activities to get your students to consider their own socialization. They will consider the person they are and how they got that way. Then they will consider their name, what it means, how they were nam...