This power-point includes slides related to the concept of sociological imagination, a class activity and an individual activity. This is a step-by-step approach to sociological analysis. I have used this several times with my sociology students and it works very well.
"up to 200,000 people angry with high costs and poor public services took to the streets. Protesters in Rio de Janeiro burned cars and looted buildings as police attempted to disperse them with teargas and rubber bullets. Aerial images showed thousands of people attempting to storm the congress building in Brasilia. The rallies…are some of the biggest ever seen in the country…"
The vocabulary of Sociology can be daunting for high school students. That’s why it’s important to guide them through it. After several years of teaching sociology, these are the 22 most important terms I think they need to know in a unit on the sociological perspective, complete with list, definitions, puzzles, quiz, and answer keys! (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post805383&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)