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Referendums discussion activity
KS4-5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Use this teaching resource with your students to explore the arguments for and against referendums.
KS3-5, GENERAL ELECTION, CITIZENSHIP
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
Constitution debate pack
KS3-5, DEBATING, BOOKLET/PACK
In this Magna Carta 800 anniversary year, get your students thinking about what a UK written constitution could look like in the future.
Civil liberties and personal freedoms - discussion activity
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, LESSON PLAN
Use this resource to explore issues of individual freedom and civil liberties with your students.
Human rights - debating activity
KS4-5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS, LESSON PLAN
Hold a debate on human rights chosen from a range of topics.
Debating resource: Create the Debate
KS3-5, ENGLISH, CITIZENSHIP
English teaching resources for KS3, KS4, or KS5 students wanting to improve their debating and communication skills.
ITV News 'Election 2015- School Debate' Resources
KS2-5, GENERAL ELECTIONS
We've pulled together a selection of our debating and election resources to support schools participating in the ITV Election 2015 School Debate project.
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