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Presentation on US Congress (A Level Government & Politics)

Presentation on US Congress (A Level Government & Politics)

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?.
jh081326
Discrimination - yesterday and today KS3, 4 & 5

Discrimination - yesterday and today KS3, 4 & 5

This resource has been created for Holocaust Memorial Day, in partnership with Stand Up! Education Against Discrimination. It is aimed at secondary age students, and can be used in Citizenship, RE, History, English, or as part of your Holocaust Memorial Day school activities. It explores issues of discrimination and persecution in Nazi-occupied Europe, during the Holocaust, and the Genocide in Rwanda. Students will analyse examples of propaganda and discuss how propaganda works. It provides opportunities to discuss prejudice today, including antisemitism, anti-Muslim hatred and online abuse. It provides guidance on what to do if you are a victim of or witness to hatred and prejudice.
HolocaustMemorialDayTrust
Understanding the European Union (EU)

Understanding the European Union (EU)

A short PowerPoint presentation that can be used for one lesson and is mainly useful for providing a background on the European Union. It can help provide students an overview of why the EU was created and it explains the treaties that are significant for the functioning of the EU. It also includes a few engaging activities that will help students understand the content of the presentation. This presentation works great along with a presentation I made on Brexit, that can be found on the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/brexit-examining-the-economic-and-political-aspects-11686242. The presentation addresses the following learning outcomes: Identify the formal structure of the EU; Recall several treaties relevant to the formation of the EU; Understand relevant trends to the further evolution of the EU; Identify key areas of cooperation for EU member-states; Identify key concerns in the further development of the EU.
filip_kokotovic
The World News Crossword (September 17th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (September 17th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (September 17th, 2017) is a simple crossword based on last week's news events. There are THREE more FREE crosswords based on cities and countries around the world. The World News Crossword (September 17th, 2017) is a great activity for supporting literacy, logic, and research skills. It quietly helps students with handwriting issues and it sneakily encourages students to learn more about their word and to discuss why... Why? Why did the UN impose more sanctions on North Korea? Why did Russia suggest UN peacekeepers for Crimea? Why are Australian landowners encouraging Australians to eat kangaroos? And why is Amsterdam's government wanting to discourage tourism? These are just some of the discussions that will pop out of this week's crossword. Or maybe they'll ask where? Where is Lahore? Sri Lanka? New Zealand? South Africa? Myanmar? North Korea? Paris? Barcelona? Crimea? It's a pdf so it can be downloaded quickly, saved to a flash drive, opened and printed quickly for use at a moment's notice.
BFP
Should people in the UK be worried about North Korea?

Should people in the UK be worried about North Korea?

This is a 45-60 minute lesson presentation designed to educate young people about the situation with North Korea and the role of the UK in it. It requires no preparation prior to delivery. There is clear evidence of meeting SMSC and British values standards. For more lessons like this, go to votesforschools.com.
matt104
NEW GCSE CITIZENSHIP 9-1 Democracy, Government and Politics  UNIT.

NEW GCSE CITIZENSHIP 9-1 Democracy, Government and Politics UNIT.

Democracy Government and Politics UNIT NEW GCSE CITIZENSHIP 9-1 Bundle: In-depth look at the political landscape across the UK Including ideologies, voting systems and elections. This unit will look at the structure and form of different Governments with a focus on the UK Government and the development of democracy over time and evaluating different electoral systems. This resource bundle includes 10 fun and engaging separate Activities/resources/material to be used for the teaching of Democracy, Government and Politics (Includes between 11-12 lessons worth of material) Combine all these resources to bring the British constitution alive in the classroom (As much as this topic can be...) This resource also includes an assessment and feedback and answer sheet to track your GCSE Citizenship Students progress against the NEW 9-1 CITIZENSHIP GCSE Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid resources for GCSE Citizenship and PSHE. These resources work well with my other popular PSHE and Citizenship Resources - See Below.. Student Election Campaigning Resource UK 2017 Educational Election Quiz Learning about the United Nations European Union and Brexit NATO, WTO and the Commonwealth New 9-1 GCSE Citizenship Assessments and Feedback Bundle Learning about the law – Civil and Criminal and the Justice System Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid resources for Citizenship and PSHE.
bkingsnorth
NEW GCSE Citizenship (9-1) Democracy and forms of Government. UK Politics x2 Lessons

NEW GCSE Citizenship (9-1) Democracy and forms of Government. UK Politics x2 Lessons

Parliament in Action. Different political roles. NEW GCSE Citizenship (9-1) This resource contains: 1 x 23 slide Powerpoint for double lesson 120 min on Parliament in Action 1 x 4 page Student Activity/Handout Booklet This PowerPoint and attached resources could be used to cover the GCSE Citizenship topic of British Politics and the development of democracy over time and exploring different government types across the world and through history. There is enough teaching material to last between two and three teaching periods and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, embedded URL links where appropriate for students to use to learn about issues relating to Democracy, Government and Politics. (Lesson 1 and 2 of the Democracy, Government and Politic GCSE CITIZENSHIP 9-1 Unit) Lesson Objectives: AO1 To describe different forms of government. AO1 To identify features of a democratic government AO3 To evaluate the effectiveness of some forms of Government � Level: NEW GCSE (9-1) OCR / EDEXCEL / AQA KS4 CPSHE Homework: Research activity - Work booklet. These resources work well with my other BUSINESS, PSHE and CITIZENSHIP lesson PowerPoint’s, worksheets and DROP DOWN DAYS. These resources work well with my other popular GCSE Citizenship Resources… Student Election Campaigning Resource 9-1 GCSE Citizenship Full UNIT of British constitution and Politics Lessons Learning about the United Nations European Union and Brexit Community and Multicultural Britain NATO, WTO and the Commonwealth New 9-1 GCSE Citizenship Assessments and Feedback Bundle
bkingsnorth
GDPR Conditions for special categories of data 9.2

GDPR Conditions for special categories of data 9.2

Covers Data Subject special categories: Explicit consent Employment related Physically or legally incapable of giving consent Not for profit body Broadcasting personal data Legal claims and courts Substantial public interest with safeguards Health Services defined by Law High standards of healthcare, medical products and devices
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Presentation on USA Presidency (A Level Government & Politics)

Presentation on USA Presidency (A Level Government & Politics)

Comprehensive Presentation on The Powers of the President, Theories of Presidential Power, The Federal Bureaucracy, The Cabinet, The Executive Office of the President, The President’s Relationship with Congress, President and Foreign Policy, Limits on Presidential Power and The Vice – President.
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