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A digital comms. manager that in his spare time tutors GCSE, A-level and Degree level subjects. This ranges from GCSE English, Maths, Science and History to A-level English, History and Philosophy to Degree level History and Law.

A digital comms. manager that in his spare time tutors GCSE, A-level and Degree level subjects. This ranges from GCSE English, Maths, Science and History to A-level English, History and Philosophy to Degree level History and Law.
1H Tsarist and Communist Russia, 1855–1964. The emergence of Communist dictatorship, 1917–1941
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1H Tsarist and Communist Russia, 1855–1964. The emergence of Communist dictatorship, 1917–1941

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A 171 slide presentation that covers: - Political authority and government: new leaders and ideologies; Lenin's Russia, ideology and change; Stalin's rise, ideology and change - Political authority and government: the consolidation of Bolshevik authority and development of the Stalinist dictatorship - Economic developments: Lenin's decrees; the Stalinist economy; collectivisation and the Five Year Plans - Social developments: effect of Leninist/Stalinist rule on class, women, young people, religion and national minorities; propaganda and cultural change The presentation includes questions, quizzes, numerous source based questions and detailed explanations of the relevant topics.
Tort Law Bundle (9 items)
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Tort Law Bundle (9 items)

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Purchase all tort law resources including - causation and remoteness in tort defamation and trespass defective premises defences in tort duty of care, omissions, public authorities economic loss private nuisance, public nuisance and rylands v fletcher product liability, employer liability and vicarious liability And the extra bonus unit - “negligence spider diagrams that include”. The extra unit is a 13 slide presentation including details spider diagrams to help you answer any negligence based problem question. The presentation includes all relevant case law and supporting materials. The spider diagram covers: Duty of care - legal elements of negligence, definition, development of the duty of care test Liability for omissions - misfeasance, rescuers as claimants, categories of exceptions Liability for the acts of third parties Liability for psychiatric harm Liability for economic loss Exceptional breach of duty scenarios Public authority liability Causation in negligence Problems with “but for” test / factual causation Factual causation - loss of a chance, consecutive causes, failure to warn of risks Legal causation Novus actus interveniens Defences
Contract Law (entire module) Colour Coded Revision Sheets
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Contract Law (entire module) Colour Coded Revision Sheets

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This is a super concise and colour coded set of notes created with the help of a few fellow students when I was studying law. It covers: - Breach and damges - Consideration Theory - Implied Terms and Construction of Terms - Misrepresentation - Mistake and Frustration - Mistake Theory - Offer, Acceptance, Intention, Certainty & Third Parties - Privity Theory - Terms of Contract These notes will be more than sufficient for any A-level law student as they are degree level notes.
BUNDLE! Edexcel, GCSE History: The Cold War 1945-91. Complete PPT & Handout
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BUNDLE! Edexcel, GCSE History: The Cold War 1945-91. Complete PPT & Handout

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Save 7% with this bundle. It includes the 15 page synopsis document, a 127 slide presentation on the Cold War and a short presentation regarding Comintern and Cominform. The Synopsis document: A 15 page document that covers all of the relevant topics from the Big 3 World War II conferences through the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s up until the fall of Communism. The PPT: A 127 slideshow covering everything necessary from 1945 to 1960s and a brief look at detente. It covers: 1) What is the Cold War? 2) Soviet perspective post-WW2 3) The Three Big WW2 conferences 4) Soviet expansion into the East: Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Baltic States 5) Truman doctrine & the Marshall Plan 6) Cominform & Comecon 7) Berlin Blockade & the Berlin Airlift 8) Developments in 1949-55 9) Berlin, Cuba and Czechoslovakia (1960s) 10) The aftermath of the 1960s; key moments for detente during the 1960s The Comintern & Cominform PPT: A short 6 slide presentation briefly explaining what Cominform and Comecon are, including what they were a response to and finally including a task slide for students and a question.
Tort Law: Negligence Spider Diagrams
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Tort Law: Negligence Spider Diagrams

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A 13 slide presentation including details spider diagrams to help you answer any negligence based problem question. The presentation includes all relevant case law and supporting materials. The spider diagram covers: - Duty of care - legal elements of negligence, definition, development of the duty of care test - Liability for omissions - misfeasance, rescuers as claimants, categories of exceptions - Liability for the acts of third parties - Liability for psychiatric harm - Liability for economic loss - Exceptional breach of duty scenarios - Public authority liability - Causation in negligence - Problems with “but for” test / factual causation - Factual causation - loss of a chance, consecutive causes, failure to warn of risks - Legal causation - Novus actus interveniens - Defences
Tort Law - Economic Loss
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Tort Law - Economic Loss

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This document covers all relevant case law and includes detailed notes for economic loss. It covers - negligent statements negligent provision of services negligent damage to property relationship to contract theoretical issues
Othello English Literature A-Level PPT - War and Tragedy
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Othello English Literature A-Level PPT - War and Tragedy

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A 18 slide PPT covering the following, according to the AQA English Literature A-level syllabus: Slide 1 - cover Slide 3-4 - victory and its place within tragedy Slide 5 - war within Othello / victory of war Slide 6 - Greek / Shakespearean tragedy Slide 7- Why is tragedy important? Slide 8 - Aristotle / Greek tragedy Slide 9 - Task for students to answer questions in relation to concepts of tragedy and Othello slide 10 - Shakespearean tragedy Slide 11 - Comparison of victory / Lewis Hamilton vs War Slide 12 - War within Othello Slide 13 - War within an historical contemporary context Slide 14 - War as a literary device Slide 15 - Task for students to watch a detailed summary of Othello and make notes Slide 16 - Task for students to rank parts of Othello in relation to certain criteria Slide 17/18 - Quotes worth learning
Edexcel, GCSE History: The Cold War 1945-91. History A: the Making of the Modern  - 10 Slide Preview
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Edexcel, GCSE History: The Cold War 1945-91. History A: the Making of the Modern - 10 Slide Preview

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THIS IS A FREE 10 SLIDE PREVIEW The full paid version covers - A 127 slideshow covering everything necessary from 1945 to 1960s and a brief look at detente. It covers: What is the Cold War? Soviet perspective post-WW2 The Three Big WW2 conferences Soviet expansion into the East: Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Baltic States Truman doctrine & the Marshall Plan Cominform & Comecon Berlin Blockade & the Berlin Airlift Developments in 1949-55 Berlin, Cuba and Czechoslovakia (1960s) The aftermath of the 1960s; key moments for detente during the 1960s It includes detailed explanations of all the key events in the module, numerous source based questions, exam style questions and a couple of quizzes.
Weimar Germany Introduction
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Weimar Germany Introduction

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A two page document outlining the following in relation to Weimar Germany. - The abdication of the Kaiser, the temporary rule of Ebert, Ebert's action during this temporary period. - Elections of 1919, Ebert's government - Breakdown of the constitution of the Weimar Republic - Weaknesses of the Weimar Republic
Criminal Law Case Notes
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Criminal Law Case Notes

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Criminal law case notes: for: - Accessories, attempt, conspiracy and incitement - Homicide, Degrees of Murder, provocation, diminished responsibility - Insanity and automatism, self defense, duress and mistake - Introduction to criminal law, basic concept of liability - Introductory cases - Liability for omissions - Non fatal offences against the person - Sexual offences - Varies of fault - intention, recklessness, negligence, intoxication