A handsomely designed 21-page workbook introducing the concept of propaganda and control. Ideal for preparation to read George Orwell’s 1984. Contains 20 questions, a comprehension/research activity, and information on the effects of various propaganda techniques.
A handsomely designed 10-page workbook exploring the color symbolism, the characters and the society of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. Contains starter questions on the symbolism of different colors, a brief exploration of the color ‘red’, and activities on the social hierarchy of Atwood’s dystopia.
A 17-page workbook explaining and encouraging students to evaluate the impact of different government policies on the public services. The topic has been divided into three categories; policies affecting all the services, policies affecting the military services, and policies affecting the emergency services. Contains case studies, 14 questions and material for a plenary poster activity. This workbook is suitable for 14-17 year olds, and was created as part of a module called ‘Government Policies and the Public Services’.
A simple, 17-page worksheet describing the rights afforded to a person held in police custody, and explaining the concept of ‘bail’. Contains 10 questions, a ‘true-or-false-statement’ activity, and a case study for classroom discussion. This workbook is suitable for 14-17 year olds, and is helpful for introducing students to legal ideas and issues.
A handsomely designed 17-page workbook exploring the context of the novel ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. Contains Utopia/Dystopia starter activity, information on author Margaret Atwood, brief information, and questions on feminism, religion and literary context, as well as the novel’s three epigraphs. This workbook was created to fulfill A-Level aims and objectives, and is ideal for an introductory lesson to the novel.
A 10-page workbook demonstrating how government policies are developed. It follows the entire legislative journey, from the initial proposal for a new law, through to the different stages of a bill as it travels through parliament. Contains 18 questions, a matching activity and a plenary activity that asks students to ‘create their own law’. This workbook is suitable for 14-17 year olds, and is helpful for introducing students to the legislative process.
A handsomely designed 31-page introductory workbook exploring the context of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. Contains a variety of questions and activities, information on the life of Mary Shelley, the romantic period, characteristics of romanticism, the gothic genre and the myth of Prometheus. This workbook encourages academic thought and writing, was created to fulfill A-Level aims and objectives, is highly detailed, and would work perfectly for a series of 2-3 lessons introducing the novel.
A workbook explaining the electoral process used in British elections, as well as four main voting systems; ‘First Past the Post’, ‘Alternative Vote’, ‘Single Transferable Vote’ and ‘Proportional Representation’. Contains 10 questions and a small ‘Election Day’ activity. This workbook is suitable for 14-17 year olds, and was created as part of a module called ‘Government Policies and the Public Services’.
A short 5-page workbook analyzing the role of witnesses, and their part in giving evidence in court. Contains 4 questions and a role-play activity. This workbook is suitable for 14-17 year olds, as an introduction to legal concepts.