1 SOC Sociology

Contact Teacher: Shannen Banks 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE
The main focus is on how cultures change and how we promote social justice and human rights. Our studies include social networking, societal change, cultural diversity and social justice in NZ. A Classical Studies internal has been added to further develop understanding of cultural continuity and change over time. 
RECOMMENDED PRIOR LEARNING
None.
COURSE ENDORSEMENT AVAILABLE
Yes
COSTS & OUT-OF-CLASS ACTIVITIES
No costs. Participation encouraged in school activities to raise awareness of humanitarian issues.

 
Standard NumberLevelBrief descriptionInternal
or
External
CreditsLevel 1 Literacy CreditsLevel 1 Numeracy CreditsUE 
Literacy
AS910251Demonstrate understanding of links between aspects of the classical world and another cultureI66  
AS910401Conduct a social inquiryI44  
AS910411Consequences of cultural changeE44 
AS910421Personal involvement in a social actionI44 
AS910431Describe a social actionI44 
Total number of credits available 2222  
Checked by: SBS July 2019 

 


2 SOC Sociology

Contact Teacher: Rachael Queree

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE
The main focus is on conflict. Studies include various global conflict zones, music as a medium of protest and international organisations making a difference to the lives of others.
RECOMMENDED PRIOR LEARNING
None.
COURSE ENDORSEMENT AVAILABLE
Yes
COSTS & OUT-OF-CLASS ACTIVITIES
None. Participation expected in activities to raise awareness of humanitarian issues.

 
Standard NumberLevelBrief descriptionInternal
or
External
CreditsLevel 1 Literacy CreditsLevel 1 Numeracy CreditsUE 
Literacy
AS912792Understanding of cultural conflictE44  
AS912802Conduct a reflective social inquiryI55  
AS912812How cultural conflict can be addressedE44 
AS912822Involvement in a social action planI55 
AS912832Describe a social actionI44 
Total number of credits available   22 22  
Checked by: SBS July 2019
 




3 SOC Sociology

Contact Teacher: Rachel Queree 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE
The main focus is on global inequalities arising from issues such as poverty, religion and gender, and attempts made to bridge the gap.
RECOMMENDED PRIOR LEARNING
None.
COURSE ENDORSEMENT AVAILABLE
Yes
COSTS & OUT-OF-CLASS ACTIVITIES
None. Participation expected in activities to raise awareness of humanitarian issues.

 
Standard NumberLevelBrief descriptionInternal
or
External
CreditsLevel 1 Literacy CreditsLevel 1 Numeracy CreditsUE 
Literacy
AS915963Understanding of ideological responsesE44 B
AS915973Conduct a critical social inquiryI66 R
AS915983How ideologies shape societyE44 B
AS915993Involvement in a social action campaignI66 
AS916003Describe a social action campaignI44 
Total number of credits available  2424  
Checked by: SBS July 2019