MLT 2 Theories - h6a2sociology

This morning’s lesson is very important but it will be intense
I am expecting full concentration and focus from each of you.
10 minutes to revise
30 minutes for the test
Exam preparation & key
dates, outline for the rest of
the term
MLT 2 Theories
Exam Preparation
5 and 10 mark question
Don’t panic but get ready we
teaching weeks left before
your examinations !!!!!
(including this week)
Key deadlines and assessments
3 mock examinations prior to the exam,
Timed essay questions,
7 mastery learning tests,
Key Dates
SY1 – Families and Households (11th of January 2013 –
Mock Exam 1 – Friday 16th of November 2012
Mock Exam 2 – Friday 30th of November 2012
Mock Exam 3 – Friday 14th of December 2012
In order to be entered for the January Exam you will
need to achieve a D (50%) grade on the 16th and 30th of
November Exam.
Exam Preparation
The exam
One hour written exam for a total of 60 marks:
1x 5 mark question,
1x 10 mark question,
1x 15 mark question,
1x 30 mark question.
In a nutshell, you have exactly the potential of gaining 1 mark
per minute.
Peer groups consist of people who are usually
of a similar age or status to ourselves. They
might be friends, work mates or other
members of groups who often give us approval
and guidance on how to behave.
Our various roles are often shaped by people
whose opinions we value and they influence
the way we behave. Peer groups often
persuade us to behave in particular ways.
In this way peer groups are often referred to
as agents of socialisation because they play
a part in shaping
5 mark question an example…
5 mark question an example…
 (a)
With reference to the item
and your own knowledge,
explain the meaning of the term
agents of socialisation. [5]
5 mark answer structure
2 marks = full definition of the term
1 mark = identification of the two aspects of
socialisation (primary and secondary),
2 marks = example drawn from the item
which brings your definition into context.
Perfect Answer
Agents of socialisations are key agents who participate
in socialising members of a society into the acceptable
norms, values, and beliefs of a given society for
example politeness, manners and respect.
As seen in the item one agent of socialisation which
exist is society is peer groups. In the picture, peer
groups can be seen drinking and smoking which can be
seen as a norms for young adults around this age group.
10 marks question an example …
 (b)
Using material from the item
and your own knowledge describe
and explain the way in which any
two agents of socialisation transmit
norms and values. [10]
10 marks answer structure
You will need to follow this structure for each of
the ways you describe:
 1 mark = identification of your chosen primary
or secondary agent of socialisation,
 2 marks = explanations of how they transmit
norms and values,
 2 marks = clear and detailed example based on
the item or prior knowledge of how this occurs.
 WARNING:You will need to have one of your
examples to be based on the item.
First paragraph of a perfect answer
One key agents of socialisation responsible for
transmitting norms and values is the family. The family
which is a primary agent of socialisation transmit
norms and values to their children between the ages
of 0-5 such as saying please and thank you.
One the way in which the family transmits norms and
values is through the use of sanctions and rewards.
Sanctions such as sitting on the naughty step are used
when inappropriate behaviour is displayed, and rewards
such as treat or pocket money are given when
appropriate behaviour is displayed.
Use this to structure the second paragraph
This must be in context
Based on the item
So in this case.........
Peer groups
If any one is missing any
handouts/ worksheets
you need to make a note
of what is missing and
photocopy your
friends/come and see me
Folder review
Complete the folder review sheet for your partner
File the work in the correct section of your folder
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