Here are two subject-specific PowerPoint-based quizzes to use in the last few days of a challenging term! Each quiz uses a set of our ever-popular livestream activities all packaged up in a festive...

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Here are two subject-specific PowerPoint-based quizzes to use in the last few days of a challenging term! Each quiz uses a set of our ever-popular livestream activities all packaged up in a festive...

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Here are two subject-specific PowerPoint-based quizzes to use in the last few days of a challenging term! Each quiz uses a set of our ever-popular livestream activities all packaged up in a festive...

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The second half of our series of regular livestreamed revision sessions for GCSE & A-Level Sociology resumes next week.

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This video contains an interview with the Welsh actor, Michael Sheen who has launched a scheme to support working class creatives. The video could be used for Work, Poverty and Welfare (social...

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This podcast examines how various agencies are trying to make the internet safer for children.

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This video from The Economist examines the role of how technology could help save threatened species. The video could be used for the Global Development unit.

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In May this year, China announced that families would be allowed to have up to three children (without penalties).

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It is believed that sperm rates have declined significantly in many Western countries over the last century. This video examines this issue and some of the reasons behind this.

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This article was also shared on the Tutor2u Facebook Sociology group.

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This podcast series from BBC World Service follows the story of a hacking group allegedly based in North Korea.

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This podcast covers the story about the murder of Daniel Morgan who was a private investigator.

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There are approximately 2 million South Koreans who are followers of fringe churches.

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Sky and the BBC dominate the news landscape in the UK. However, GB News a recently launched news channel hopes to disrupt traditional models of news media.

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This short video from Vox examines the different variants of Covid-19 and how they have affected different countries such as the UK. The video could be used for the Health unit.

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Young Black people are more likely to be unemployed than the white population in the UK.

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Many firms in the UK have been accused of 'greenwashing', where they claim to to support sustainability pledges but have been found not to be adhering to these.The government has decided to hire...

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It is now less than two months until the summer Olympics that are taking place in Japan. This video discusses the impact that the pandemic has had on the organisation of logistics of the games as...

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This video contains an interview with Parm Sandhu who spent 30 years in the Metropolitan Police. Sandhu argues that institutional racism and sexism is 'worse now' and she recently won a settlement...

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This podcast contains an interview with Ben Rhodes who was once Barak Obama's advisor when he was president of the United States.

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