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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 US Congress (A Level Government & Politics)
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Presentation on US Congress (A Level Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: The Structure, Powers of Congress, Powers of Congress (Enumerated Powers), Is the Senate More Prestigious than the House? Important Roles, Congressional Committees, The Committee Chair, The Legislative Process, Strengths and Weaknesses of the Legislative Process, Voting in Congress, Oversight of the Executive Branch and How Effective is Congress?.
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.
Presentation on UK Pressure Groups (A Level Edexcel Government & Politics)
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Presentation on UK Pressure Groups (A Level Edexcel 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.
Presentation on UK Pressure Groups (A Level WJEC/ Eduqas Government & Politics)
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Presentation on UK Pressure Groups (A Level WJEC/ Eduqas 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.
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.
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?
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?
Presentation on USA Elections and Voting (A Level Government & Politics)
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Presentation on USA Elections and Voting (A Level Government & Politics)

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Comprehensive Presentation: When Do Presidential Elections Occur? Stages of Presidential Election, Requirements for a Presidential Candidate, Invisible Primary, Primaries, Timing of Primaries, Super Tuesday, Front Loading, Closed Primaries, Open Primaries, Modified Primaries, Delegate Allocation, Caucuses, Increased Importance of Primaries, Strengths of Primaries, Criticisms of Primaries, How Could They Be Improved? Are Primaries Important? Why Clinton Lost the 2008 Nomination, National Party Conventions: Formal Functions, National Party Conventions: Informal Functions, Post Convention ‘Bounce’, Are Conventions Important? Campaign Finance, Federal Election Campaign Act, Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act 2002, Role of the Media, Televised Debates, Impact of TV Debates, Voter Turn Out, Voting Behaviour, Typical Democrat, Typical Republican, Why Did Obama Win in 2008? Electoral College, Criticisms of the Electoral College, Strengths of the Electoral College, Congressional Elections, Coattails Effect, Split Ticket Voting, Strong Support for Incumbents, Propositions, Proposition: Advantages, Proposition: Disadvantages, Referendums and Recall Elections.
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.