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This newsletter and the Discover Sociology website have been created for you by the UK’s national subject association for sociology, the British Sociological Association. Take a look and see how we can help you.
14 topics to choose from, 150+ FREE classroom resources

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BSA Annual Secondary Sociology Teacher Conference – book now!
We understand the value of sharing knowledge, access to practical advice and resources, and peer/friendship networks. The new annual gathering of secondary sociology teachers will be held this year on 20-21 October at The Manchester Conference Centre.
Join us for what promises to be a very enjoyable and stimulating event.

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BSA Teaching Group National A-Level Sociology Competition for Students!
Do you teach A Level Sociology?
Would you like your students to be in with a chance of winning £500 for your school, college or sixth form and iPad mini for themselves? If you answered yes to these questions then enter your student into the A Level Sociology Competition.
All students need to do is answer the following question in either an essay format or a 10 minute video: What can Sociology contribute to the debate about "fake news"?
This has been a fabulous prize for four years running now and we look forward to this years’ entries!
Discover More by visiting the BSA Teaching Group page from the link below.

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The Sociology Teacher – the BSA magazine for GSCE and A Level teachers!

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This magazine aims to be a forum for sharing useful teaching ideas for sociology such as lesson ideas, topic updates on recent research and reviews of relevant resources. The magazine is relevant for all sociology courses at GCSE and A Level with material relevant for all exam boards. Articles are written in a way to add depth for the subject specialist teacher and to support the non-specialist sociology teacher. Articles are welcomed from any teacher of sociology that feels they can offer useful material/ideas for our sociology teacher readers.

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