Social Studies: Sociology Topic 2:
Inequalities
Date:
In this unit you will learn:
• Health
• Gender
• Social Class
• Weal...
Lesson 1: Health
Date:
Connect: What does “healthy” mean?
Mind map your ideas in pairs.
What similarities do you have? Wha...
Objectives:
What: To examine how health can be an
indicator of inequality.
How: By looking at the case study of Alex
Stobb...
Outcomes:
E-D: Pupils will be able to explain the difference
between disease and illness.
C-B: will begin to think about h...
Activate: Is health culturally
defined?
Is health having enough food to eat?
Too much food?
Key terms:Key terms: health, i...
Demonstrate: How does health effect
us?
Watch the documentary on Alex
Stobb’s.
How has his health effected Alex
during his...
Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
Consolidate: Think, Pair, Share
Think: On your own think about
h...
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  1. 1. Social Studies: Sociology Topic 2: Inequalities Date: In this unit you will learn: • Health • Gender • Social Class • Wealth • Ethnicity • Age
  2. 2. Lesson 1: Health Date: Connect: What does “healthy” mean? Mind map your ideas in pairs. What similarities do you have? What differences?
  3. 3. Objectives: What: To examine how health can be an indicator of inequality. How: By looking at the case study of Alex Stobbs. Why: To consider the importance of health in society. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
  4. 4. Outcomes: E-D: Pupils will be able to explain the difference between disease and illness. C-B: will begin to think about how health can be socially constructed. A-A*: consider how many inequalities are linked together. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
  5. 5. Activate: Is health culturally defined? Is health having enough food to eat? Too much food? Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
  6. 6. Demonstrate: How does health effect us? Watch the documentary on Alex Stobb’s. How has his health effected Alex during his life? Is he ill or does he have a disease? How does society create and define health? Would Alex be as healthy in a different society? Do we consider him to be ill or well? What other societal factors have affected Alex’s life chances? Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality
  7. 7. Key terms:Key terms: health, illness, disease, inequality Consolidate: Think, Pair, Share Think: On your own think about how healthcare is managed in this country – what are the advantages of this? Pair: Discuss what you know about healthcare in other countries – how do they differ? Share: Share your responses as a group.

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