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I have over 11 years of teaching and experience in the further education sector specialising in Politics, Geography, Sociology, Economics, Business Studies and Religious Studies. I enjoy creating educational resources that boost students understanding and confidence. I am an established TES author with many new exciting resources in the pipeline. I offer a range of resources for A Level.

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I have over 11 years of teaching and experience in the further education sector specialising in Politics, Geography, Sociology, Economics, Business Studies and Religious Studies. I enjoy creating educational resources that boost students understanding and confidence. I am an established TES author with many new exciting resources in the pipeline. I offer a range of resources for A Level.
Presentation on Devolution in NI 1920-1972 and Political Failures (A Level Government & Politics)
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Presentation on Devolution in NI 1920-1972 and Political Failures (A Level Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Home Rule Bills for Ireland, the Growth of Unionism, the Growth of Nationalism, Government of Ireland Act, Devolution after 1920, Differing Perspectives on the devolved Unionist Government from 1920, the 1937 Irish Free State Constitution Deal, How Realistic Were Unionist Fears? Excuse or Explanation for Discrimination? to What Extent were Nationalists to Blame? Self-Exclusion from Devolved Government, Possibilities for the Reform of Devolved Government by the 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement, Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association, the Inability of the Devolved Government to Adequately Reform, a Difficult-to-Reform Polity, the British Response to the Problems of the Unionist Devolved Government in 1969, British Policy Initiatives in Northern Ireland since 1969, the growing intra-unionist challenge to the devolved Unionist Government, the end of the Devolved Unionist government, UK Government Green Paper 1972, Sunningdale Agreement 1973, New Devolution Proposed via the UK Government’s 1973 White Paper that was later agreed at Sunningdale, December 1973, Unionist Mistrust of the SDLP and the Council of Ireland, Implementing Devolved Power Sharing: the Collapse of Support and the Collapse of Devolved Power Sharing, May 1974.
Presentations on European Politics (A Level Government & Politics  / History)
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Presentations on European Politics (A Level Government & Politics / History)

11 Resources
Comprehensive Presentations that Cover: Europe and the World: The European Project in Crisis? European Political Traditions, Globalisation and the end of the nation state? How Democratic Is Europe? Immigration, Europe and the Rise of the Far Right, Power and the Contemporary European State: Parliaments, Presidents and Prime Ministers, Regionalism and European Integration, Concept of Europe, The Decline of Political Parties in Europe and the EU Democratic Deficit. Ideal for A Level Politics, History, and Citizenship Lessons.
Presentation on Socialism (A Level Government & Politics / History)
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Presentation on Socialism (A Level Government & Politics / History)

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Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Socialism Definitions, Socialism and Human Nature, Socialist Values, Social Class, Class Conflict, Socialism vs. Capitalism, Equality, Key Concepts of Socialism, Social Justice, Problems with Social Justice, Class Conflict, Collectivism, State Socialism, Why Utopia Failed, Social History (1640-1740), Social History (1740-1830), Charles and Robert, Karl Marx, Marxism, Marx’s Three Categories, Orthodox Marxism, Modern Marxism, Modern Marxism, Revisionism, Revolution Not Evolution, How Socialism Works, Types of Socialism, Revolutionary Socialism, Evolutionary Revolutionary Socialism, Fabians, Democratic Socialists as well as Capitalism and Socialism.
Presentation on UK Prime Minster & the Cabinet (A Level AQA Government & Politics)
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Presentation on UK Prime Minster & the Cabinet (A Level AQA Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: the Executive, the Development of the Executive: from Disorder to Order, the Prime Minister, Prime Ministers since 1945, Principle Powers of the Prime Minster, the PM’s International Role, Strong and Weak Prime Minsters, What Makes a Successful PM? Who did MPs vote ‘best modern Prime Minister’? the Cabinet, the Cabinet: Collective Responsibility, Control at the Centre, Rise of a British Presidency? the Cabinet Today, Cabinet’s Educational Background and Gender, Elitism, Key Propositions of Classical Elitist Perspective, Who are ‘the elite’? the ‘Political Formulation’ of the Ruling Class, Class Background of British Cabinets: 1970-2007, Privately Educated MPs, Representation in Parliament of Female MPs and Feminist Perspective.
Presentations on British Politics (A Level Government & Politics)
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Presentations on British Politics (A Level Government & Politics)

13 Resources
Comprehensive Presentations that Cover: Devolution, the House of Commons, House of Lords, the Civil Service, Monarchy and Judiciary, Regionalism and Local Government, Westminster Model, Pressure Groups, The UK Constitution, UK Voting Systems Anti-Politics and Accountability in the UK and the Core Executive.
Presentations on The Welfare State (A Level Sociology)
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Presentations on The Welfare State (A Level Sociology)

15 Resources
Comprehensive Presentations that Cover: The Welfare State in America I, The Welfare State in America II, The Welfare State in Britain, Comparing Welfare States and Welfare Regimes/ Models, The Welfare State in Transition, The Welfare State and the European Union, The Welfare State in Germany I, The Welfare State in Scandinavia, The Welfare State in Sweden and The Welfare State in Germany II.
Presentation on USA Political Parties (A Level Government & Politics)
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Presentation on USA Political Parties (A Level Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Nature of Political Parties, Leadership of Political Parties, The Two-Party System, State Party Power, Big Issues that Shaped the Parties, The Two-Party System, Structure of the Major Parties, Polarisation – Break-up of the Solid South, The 50-50 nation’ and ‘red vs. blue’, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Third Parties, Third Party Obstacles and Theories of Party Renewal/Decline.
Presentation on The Judiciary (A Level Government & Politics)
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Presentation on The Judiciary (A Level Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: What is the Judiciary? UK Legal System, the Judiciary & the Westminster Model, Parliamentary Sovereignty, Judicial Independence, the Way Things Used to Be, Challenges to the Traditional Balance, Judges Vs Home Secretaries, Strength of Judicial Review in 1990s, the Growing Political Role of the UK Judiciary: Key Factors, European Communities Act, 1972, Judicial Review, Human Rights Act, 1998, Human Rights Act, Articles 2-18, Human Rights Act, 1998, the Impact of Devolution, Constitutional Reform Act, 2005 and Is this a Stable Arrangement?
Presentation on UK Devolution (A Level Government & Politics)
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Presentation on UK Devolution (A Level Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation that covers: the Process of Devolution in the United Kingdom, how Power has Decentralised from Westminster and Transitioned to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the English Question as well as the Post-Devolutionary Environment such as the Rise of the SNP and the Story of Welsh Nationalism which differs from Scotland.
Presentation on UK Pressure Groups (A Level OCR Government & Politics)
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Presentation on UK Pressure Groups (A Level OCR Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation that covers: Pressure Groups and Power, What is Pluralism? Robert A Dahl’s Work on Power Structures and Pluralist Democracy, Pluralists and Democracy, Pluralists and the State, Evidence for the Pluralist View, Problems with Pluralism, Criticism of the Pluralist Position, What is Elitism? Is this Democratic? So Where is the Power? The Distinction Between Pluralism and Elitism, What Determines the Success of Pressure Groups, Functions of Pressure Groups, Mobilise Public Opinion, Example of the Mobilisation of Public Opinion, Education, Example of the Educative Role, Encourage Participation, Pluralism and Diversity, Example of Encouraging Participation, Single Issues, Example of Single Issue, Redress of Grievance, Example of Redress of Grievance, Representation of Minorities, Example of Representation of Minorities, Expert Knowledge, Example of Expert Knowledge, Public Policy, Example of Public Policy, Check and Balance to the Power of Executive Government and Example of Check and Balance.
Revision Notes on UK Prime Minster & Cabinet (A Level AQA Government & Politics)
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Revision Notes on UK Prime Minster & Cabinet (A Level AQA Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Terminology, Characteristics of Government, Roles of the Prime Minister, How Does the PM Select Ministers? Sources of PM Power, Limitations on Prime-Ministerial Power, To What Extent have UK Prime Ministers Become More ‘Presidential’? Functions of Cabinet, Changes Under the Current Coalition, Collective Responsibility, Individual Ministerial Responsibility, Are British Prime Ministers as Powerful as is Sometimes Claimed? Prime Ministerial Power and Do We Have a Core Executive?