General Election 2017

General Election 2017

1. Why do we have a representative democracy and how does our democratic system work? Presentation 2. Which party would you vote for? Table that shows what the five main political parties would do for the ten main issues. A great resource - comparison of main political parties for ten issues on one table. 3. Is our democratic system fair? Presentation 4. Should the voting age be lowered to 16? Arguments for students to sort into Yes and No. 5. £50 election.
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Who should be King in 1066?

Who should be King in 1066?

Information about the each of the three main claimants. Series of structured tasks which result in students deciding who had the best claim to the throne
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Peasants Revolt

Peasants Revolt

Students read the story and predict what happened next. It is then revealed what really happened. Students use the story to predict the causes of the revolt.
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Was Guy Fawkes guilty?

Was Guy Fawkes guilty?

Story of the Gunpowder plot Reasons why it could have been a conspiracy Students decide if Guy Fawkes was guilty
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Civil Rights

Civil Rights

History of the development of civil rights for Black Americans. Organised into the various stages. Includes learning activities and games.
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Cold War

Cold War

PowerPoints on the various sections of the Cold War - for KS3 students. Includes lots of learning activities
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