26th January 2014
FAQ
•What happens if I achieved a D
or below?
You will re-sit the paper again.
•Will my parents see my g...
Think!
What type of
theorist would
prefer social
surveys? (C-D)
Why? (A-B
Application skills
AO2)
Formulating an aim or hypothesis
Task
Look at the following
topics. Devise a sociological
hypothesis for each.
•Childhood ...
Exam style questions
You are advised to
spend up to 10 minutes
on these question.
Explain what is meant by a ‘closed quest...
Pick a card with a key term
written on it. Draw the term.
Learning Objectives
Two initial stages used when
conducting a survey are...
Choosing topic involves....
Formulating hypoth...
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  1. 1. 26th January 2014 FAQ •What happens if I achieved a D or below? You will re-sit the paper again. •Will my parents see my grade? Parents will be made aware at parents evening, through your school report and or over the phone. •I’m disappointed with my grade, what can I do to improve? Start by reading your feedback to identify your problem areas. Study sessions with Miss Little on a Wednesday will be made available after half term. Take some responsibility for your learning in Sociology i.e. hand homework in, attend lessons and bring your file to class. Tip: Point, Explain, Point, Explain.
  2. 2. Think! What type of theorist would prefer social surveys? (C-D) Why? (A-B Application skills AO2)
  3. 3. Formulating an aim or hypothesis Task Look at the following topics. Devise a sociological hypothesis for each. •Childhood eating habits •Anorexia and teenage boys •Ethnic patterns in health Task Complete the aims and hypothesis section on page 35 in your booklet.
  4. 4. Exam style questions You are advised to spend up to 10 minutes on these question. Explain what is meant by a ‘closed question’. (2 marks) Suggest two factors that could influence a researchers choice of topic. (4 marks) •Suggest two problems researchers face with postal questionnaires. (4 marks) Remember- Point, Explain.
  5. 5. Pick a card with a key term written on it. Draw the term.
  6. 6. Learning Objectives Two initial stages used when conducting a survey are... Choosing topic involves.... Formulating hypothesis involves.... An example of a closed question is... An example of an open questions is....

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