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Comparing Voting Systems - whiteboard resource
KS4-5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Compare voting systems including First Past the Post, the Alternative Vote, the Single Transferable Vote and the Party List System.
KS3-5, GENERAL ELECTION, CITIZENSHIP
A toolkit containing everything you need to run your own election!
Elections and Voting - whiteboard resource
Use this resource to help your students understand the process of a UK general election and the significance of voters' decisions.
Find Your Way: A level booklet
KS5, GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Download this reference guide to Parliament for A-Level Government and Politics students.
General Election in nearly 60 seconds
KS3-5, AUDIO, VIDEO, CITIZENSHIP
Use this short film as an introduction to how the General Election works.
The Tower of Power: key stage 4 booklet
KS4, CITIZENSHIP, BOOKLET
A magazine-style booklet that explains what happens in Parliament and how it is relevant to students' lives.
Comparing elections in the UK and USA
KS5, POLITICS, CITIZENSHIP
This 5 minute video introduces the key features of elections, democracy and representation in the USA.
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