General election 2019 Lesson

General Election 2019 -Citizenship and Politics. Differentiated editable 2 Hour PowerPoint Lesson about the General election 2019. Why is it happeneing? How can you vote? Why should you vote? Who are the political parties and their candidates? What has Brexit got to do with it all and much more…

Learning Outcomes:
To describe how a General Election works and the timetable for 2019
To describe the process of voting in the UK
To explore the different political parties and their positions on Brexit

Some Key Terms Covered
Polling station, Proxy, Ballot paper, Cabinet, Government, Parliament, MP, PM, Policy, Mandate, Labour, Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, Brexit Party, Change UK , SNP, DUP, Plaid Cymru…

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Created: Nov 19, 2019

Updated: Dec 16, 2019

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