Whole-school british politics resources

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Design a New UK Flag

Design a New UK Flag

United Symbols Video tests how much students know already about the flags that make up the British Flag. Basic Handout task. United Grid could be completed with some basic research as a homework task. You could give a prompt sheet if you want it to take place in class

By teacherstevenson

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Jacobite Introduction & Symbolism Lesson (Rebellion)

Jacobite Introduction & Symbolism Lesson (Rebellion)

This lesson serves as an introduction to the Jacobites and how symbolism is used by them to export their message of rebellion. The main task is to understand and create a symbol for Jacobite. usage or you could insert Jacobite images and have student analyse the imagery for the symbolism they have just uncovered. There are info and activity sheets for them to complete. I gained a round of applause from a class after getting the bulk of this done in an interview lesson that lasted 30 minutes. The students continued to work on it after I left! There is enough here for TWO lessons if you have not covered symbolism or any aspect of the Jacobites before.

By teacherstevenson

Alternate Electoral Systems

Alternate Electoral Systems

Powerpoint covering electoral systems other than First Past the Post. Each slide summarises how the system works , with an example of the voting slip, and then goes on to detail the advantages and disadvantages of each system. Notes included for each slide so that the teacher can talk around the subject confidently.

By fw260

Uk Politics Revision Game

Uk Politics Revision Game

A trivia based revision game which can be done individually or in groups and can be adapted to suit the abilities/needs of the class. Included are two set of revision questions which are suited to the OCR modules and cover Executive, Legislature, Elections System, Referendums. These questions include 'contemporary examples' that may need updating, but will still be relevant. I have included a blank template for the questions which students could use to create their own questions as an additional revision activity. In my version I printed one set of questions on blue paper, and the other on green (to fit the topic areas) and glued these onto blank playing cards to be more long-lasting, however they could just as easily be printed onto blue / green card. The 'In the news' cards are jokey "chance" style cards which can help or hinder the student playing. Instruction cards are included - you may wish to increase the number of seats won by answering a question correctly if your class is at the beginning of revision or are weaker students. A dice and counters are required.

By fw260

Communism, democracy and fascism

Communism, democracy and fascism

An interesting activity to explore the differences between communism, democracy and fascism. Great as a starter either to Hitler, Stalin, Mao or the Cold War.

By sj_21