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**Edexcel A-Level Politics Component 2: UK Government FREE Lesson From this Unit:** https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-12847575 This SoW is designed in detail to be clearly differentiated and engaging. Using the latest researched teaching and learning techniques, such as Retrieval Practice and Dual Coding. This SoW allows you to move pupils through content efficiently. Each SoW is sequenced clearly and in line with the Edexcel Specification. A colour scheme also runs throughout to ease both your delivery and students’ comprehension. We provided an email address that is monitored daily, if you have any questions or issues with this purchase (teachercentralltd@gmail.com). Below is a break down of the Bundle: Component 2: UK Government (Option 1: Anarchism) L1: What is the Nature and Sources of the UK Constitution? L2: How has the British Constitution Changed Since 1997? L3: What are the Key Characteristics of Devolution in UK Governance? L4: What are the Key Arguments for Further Constitutional Reform? L5: What is the Structure and Role of the House of Commons and House of Lords? L6: What are the Comparative Powers of the House of Commons and House of Lords? L7: What is the Legislative Process in Parliament? L8: What ways does Parliament Interact with the Executive? L9: What is the Structure, Role, and Powers of the Executive? L10: What is the Concept of Ministerial Responsibility? L11: What is the Role of the Prime Minister and the Cabinet? L12: How Great is the Power of the Prime Minister to Determine policy? (Thatcher) L13: How Great is the Power of the Prime Minister to Determine policy? (Blair) L14: What is the Role Supreme Court in legislative and policy-making processes? L15: What is the Relationship Between the Executive and Parliament? L16: What is/was the Impact of the EU on British Governance? L17: What is Location Sovereignty in the UK Political System? L18: What are the Core Ideas and Principles of Anarchism? L19: What are the Different Types of Anarchism? L20: Who are the Key Anarchist Thinkers and what are their Arguments? Any questions please do feel free to get in contact: teachercentralltd@gmail.com Tes Teaching Store: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeacherCentral Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/ https://www.youtube.com/watchv=vsKBWsW2Unw&t=16s&ab_channel=ResearchED https://www.youtube.com/watchv=gmc4wEL2aPQ&t=679s&ab_channel=stanfordonline https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BacHtPrh-qQ&t=8s https://www.olicav.com https://strategiesforspecialinterventions.weebly.com/i-do-we-do-you-do.html https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/A
Edexcel Government and Politics Revision PackQuick View
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Edexcel Government and Politics Revision Pack

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This is for Paper 1 Component 1 UK Politics only A bumper pack of revision resources: Knowledge organisers for all topics which are very detailed Topic check lists for all topics List of potential exam questions for all topics on a planning grid with an example Revision quiz on Democracy Example answers for a number of questions and source questions A Democracy revision quilt powerpoint for each key question with key words and case studies
A-Level Politics - US Government and PoliticsQuick View
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A-Level Politics - US Government and Politics

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These history notes are for the AQA specification (but will work for the Edexcel course) and cover the topic ‘US Government and Politics’. They cover: US and comparative politics The Constitution Congress The President Civil Rights The Supreme Court Elections Parties Pressure Groups I made and used these for my revision and got an A*. I now study History and Politics at the University of Oxford.
Parliament Government and Politics A Level Edexcel A* notes and essay plans EdexcelQuick View
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Parliament Government and Politics A Level Edexcel A* notes and essay plans Edexcel

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This is a fantastic resource containing A* notes, essays and essay plans from the Government and Politics Edexcel A level topic of Parliament. It includes notes on the powers of the Commons and the Lords and the extent to which one chamber exerts more influence on the government than the other. It also contains questions on how far Parliament is functioning adequately in its roles of Scrutiny and Representation and so contains notes on the importance of Backbenchers, Party Whips, PMQs and parliamentary arithmetic. All notes are of a high A-A* level and was extremely useful in helping me achieve my A* this year. These notes are extremely helpful for those doing mocks considering the essay question that came up in the 2022 A Level examinations.
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Government Politics

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A detailed lesson about the make up of the different government departments and public bodies including QUANGOs (E.G Ofsted) . PowerPoint Lesson for Citizenship Studies. (60-120 Minutes worth of Material) suitable for KS3 or KS4 students. Learning Outcomes: Secure: -To study the way in which the Government is organised and structures Extended: -To understand the role of different government departments Advanced: To explore the variety of public bodies, agencies and corporations that work alongside Government Departments Made by a team of Specialist Practicing Humanities Teachers as part of one of the leading PSHE & Citizenship Resource Providers in the UK - Cre8tive Resources . What is included in this product? Fully editable 23 slide PowerPoint Lesson 60-120 minutes Student 20 Exit Tickets Student Campaign sheet Student activity Sheets Political information sheet Answer Keys: Student input creates some of the answers. Product Code CIT/C8/LS/85 Description of Product Ready-to-Use pack of classroom activities will enthuse and engage students! This lesson material is designed to be used for between one and two teaching periods and includes; activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, student hand-out (for use during lesson or as a homework), embedded URL links (where appropriate), differentiated tasks and, all relevant information to help students learn about issues relating to the topic. N.B This lesson can be taught with no printing (For those on tight budgets :) Our Philosophy We aim to help you equip students with the knowledge and skills to take ownership of their own learning. Products come ‘Ready-to-Teach’ with everything you need to teach fun and creative lessons. Our products are teacher-designed, classroom tested & student approved. With over 600 Citizenship and PSHE Products to pick from why not try looking at one of these: British Values Quiz Comparing electoral systems Voting systems and electoral reform GCSE CItizenship UNIT What is Identity
Government and Politics A level (Edexcel)- Question BankQuick View
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Government and Politics A level (Edexcel)- Question Bank

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This is an in-depth 18 page full question bank of all possible exam questions for the Edexcel A level (1) UK Government and Politics, (2) Political Ideologies and (3) Global Politics. It is comprised of multiple sources, exams and textbook information. It would be most useful for A level Government and Politics students who are looking to revise using essay planning or writing: it is one of the tools that got me an A.*
AQA A Level UK Government and PoliticsQuick View
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AQA A Level UK Government and Politics

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Revision booklet for AQA A Level UK Government and Politics (2017 specification). Each topic within paper 1 is covered. Each topic has 2 (or less) pages of notes with recent examples throughout.
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Government Politics Power

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Can be used for a series of lessons exploring the separation of powers in the UK and how each part keeps a check and balance on another part . Series of Worksheet forming a large Work Booklet of Classroom-Ready Activities. Suitable for KS4 and KS3 Humanities Students (Focus Citizenship). The learning objectives for this series of worksheets are: -To study the fusion of powers in the UK -To understand the main role of the judiciary, Executive and the legislature -To evaluate whether there is enough checks and balances Product Code:CIT/C8/WB/56 Product Contents: o Contemporary case studies around this topic Easily 4-8+ Hours Worth of material to chose from o A clear focus on key terms and literacy-based activities o Differentiated Exam Questions and Practice o Ready-to-use student worksheets designed to be written on o A wide range of activities, to suit all types of learners. o Minimal preparation required – o Discussion activities included in with every case study, challenging your most able students Positive wellbeing posters o Links to online digital and flipped learning activities Our Philosophy We aim to help you equip students with the knowledge and skills to take ownership of their own learning. Our Citizenship and PSHE 2020 Products come ‘Ready-to-Teach’ with everything you need to teach fun and creative lessons. Our products are teacher-designed, classroom tested & student approved. JUST PRINT AND GO! They can also be used to encourage a flipped learning environment. Be PSHE 2020 Ready with our Cre8tive Curriculum resources! Join our Facebook group of nearly 1,000 Primary and Secondary PSHE Teachers and School Leaders here Or join our Citizenship and British Values Facebook Group here And visit our Website for more great offers, free products and a basket facility
Government and Politics Assessment - CitizenshipQuick View
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Government and Politics Assessment - Citizenship

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Citizenship resources: Complete 1 hour assessment with starter intro, grading sheet and test paper Give 15 mins complete and go through starter and explain gradings. Give 45 mins for assessment paper. Suitable for KS3/4 easily adapted for either Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above ALSO - Leave me a review and I'll send you a resource of your choice for free.
What is American Government and PoliticsQuick View
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What is American Government and Politics

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This lesson gives pupil a broad overview of the nature and function of government and the political system of the USA. It can be used as an introductory lesson for A-Level Pupils beginning their study of paper 2 of AQA A-Level Government and Politics.
UK Government and Politics RevisionQuick View
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UK Government and Politics Revision

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Excellent revision tool for your Politics A/As Level students! 10 UK summary sheets for the following topics: Constitution Parliament Executive Supreme Court Devolution Democracy Elections Political Parties Pressure groups EU
UK Government Edexcel PoliticsQuick View
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UK Government Edexcel Politics

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Edexcel A-Level Politics L1: What is the Nature and Sources of the UK Constitution? Component 2: UK Government **FREE Lesson From this Unit: ** This SoW is designed in detail to be clearly differentiated and engaging. Using the latest researched teaching and learning techniques, such as Retrieval Practice and Dual Coding. This SoW allows you to move pupils through content efficiently. Each SoW is sequenced clearly and in line with the Edexcel Specification. A colour scheme also runs throughout to ease both your delivery and students’ comprehension. We provided an email address that is monitored daily, if you have any questions or issues with this purchase (teachercentralltd@gmail.com). Below is a break down of the Bundle: Component 2: UK Government (Option 1: Anarchism) L1: What is the Nature and Sources of the UK Constitution? L2: How has the British Constitution Changed Since 1997? L3: What are the Key Characteristics of Devolution in UK Governance? L4: What are the Key Arguments for Further Constitutional Reform? L5: What is the Structure and Role of the House of Commons and House of Lords? L6: What are the Comparative Powers of the House of Commons and House of Lords? L7: What is the Legislative Process in Parliament? L8: What ways does Parliament Interact with the Executive? L9: What is the Structure, Role, and Powers of the Executive? L10: What is the Concept of Ministerial Responsibility? L11: What is the Role of the Prime Minister and the Cabinet? L12: How Great is the Power of the Prime Minister to Determine policy? (Thatcher) L13: How Great is the Power of the Prime Minister to Determine policy? (Blair) L14: What is the Role Supreme Court in legislative and policy-making processes? L15: What is the Relationship Between the Executive and Parliament? L16: What is/was the Impact of the UK on British Governance? L17: What is Location Sovereignty in the UK Political System? L18: What are the Core Ideas and Principles of Anarchism? L19: What are the Different Types of Anarchism? L20: Who are the Key Anarchist Thinkers and what are their Arguments? Any questions please do feel free to get in contact: teachercentralltd@gmail.com Tes Teaching Store: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeacherCentral Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/ https://www.youtube.com/watchv=vsKBWsW2Unw&t=16s&ab_channel=ResearchED https://www.youtube.com/watchv=gmc4wEL2aPQ&t=679s&ab_channel=stanfordonline https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BacHtPrh-qQ&t=8s https://www.olicav.com https://strategiesforspecialinterventions.weebly.com/i-do-we-do-you-do.html https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/A
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Comparative Government and Politics

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Revision articles and materials for exam comparing similarities and differences between the US and UK political systems - can be combined into a revision booklet for pupils or used individually to supplement lesson materials.