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General Tips and Resources


Looking for materials while prepping for your class or to TA?  Check out the resources below!


Online Resources

Sociology Through Documentaries - a great wiki page full of movie ideas on all topics.  Updated annually and is a shared database!


Frontline - PBS program site; great intro level documentaries: full programs available online (note: be careful using the same films over time, videos are often removed and made to be available only for purchase). 


Science Friday - Part of NPR's Talk of the Nation; many segments of varying length on a plethora of topics related to science.  Includes audio segments and videos.


Grammarly and Hemingway  - Two places to send students to edit papers/receive help with grammar and spelling. 





Sociological Images - Blog affiliated with the journal Contexts. Uses images, largely from pop culture, to illustrate sociological concepts.


Dated Resources


Intelligence Squared - NPR program; Oxford-style debates on a variety of topics from Global Climate Change to Immigration.  You can play or download transcripts of the debates.


Common Errors in English - This is a Web site developed by a WSU English Professor. It may be helpful to both TAs and students alike (there are better resources available now)


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