Sociology Lesson Plan for Week 1 of Second Nine Weeks

Week 1 Oct 23
Teaching days 5
The role of the family tied loosely to Chapter 11
Monday The evolution of the American family this will be a open ended discussion covering the nuclear, extended, single, step, same sex, cross generational,
Tuesday Family dynamics and roles of family members
Wednesday Functional and dysfunctional family conditions
Thursday and Friday internal review of your family challenges solutions and future.

Week 3 Lesson Plan

Week 3 Aug 28
Teaching days 5
Students will explore culture and social structure. The student examines world cultures. The student is expected to:
(A) identify the elements of culture to include language, symbols, norms, and values;
(B) explain how the elements of culture form a whole culture; and
(C) give examples of subcultures and describe what makes them unique.
(4) Culture and social structure. The student understands types of groups and their functions. The student is expected to:
(A) describe models of primary, secondary, formal, informal, and reference groups and e-communities; and
(B) analyze groups in terms of membership roles, status, values, mores, role conflicts, and methods of resolution.
M GURPS character creation, T C2 Terms W-F Roleplaying with GURPS Focus on societal stratification and Communism.

Sociology Week one and two Lesson Plan

Week 1 Aug 17th
Thursday and Friday Introduction and One Survivor Remembers
Week 2 Aug 21
Teaching days 5
Students shall learn
(A) to describe the development of the field of sociology.
(B) identify leading sociologists in the field of social science, including Auguste Comte, Emile Durkheim, Herbert Spencer, Max Weber, and Karl Marx, and interpret their contributions to the foundation of sociology; and
(C) identify sociologists such as W. E. B. DuBois, Booker T. Washington, Robert E. Park, Harriet Martineau, Jane Addams, Robert Nisbet, and Julian Samora and interpret their contributions to the field.
(2) Foundations of sociology. The student understands how society evolves and cause and effect of social and institutional change. The student is expected to:
(A) differentiate types of societies such as hunting and gathering, agrarian, pastoral, industrial, and post-industrial;
(B) identify and describe the types of societies that exist in the world today;
(C) examine changes in U.S. institutions and society resulting from industrialization, urbanization, and immigrant assimilation; and
(D) analyze information about cultural life in the United States and other countries over time.
Text book C1 S1-3
M C1 Terms T Lecture, W-F Introduction to GURPS, Friday C-1 Test