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Government and PoliticsAS and A2 High Storrs School
What’s happening in the world that is political?
AS Government and Politics Unit 1What do we study? AS Government and Politics Unit 1 Participation and voting behaviour Electoral Systems and referenda Pressure groups and protest movements
AS Government and Politics Unit 2The British Constitution Parliament The Core Executive
A2 Government and Politics Unit 3Socialism Liberalism Fascism
A2 Government and Politics Unit 4Ethnicity and Gender The Economy Environment
How are we assessed? All examination Each examination 90 minsExamined in May/June
Activities and resourcesStudent Books Politics Review MLE Visits where possible – Parliament Lectures and ESRC activities Practical – running school election
Careers Teaching /lecturing Journalism Criminology Law ResearchLocal/national/European government Police ..etc..
Why study Government and Politics?
Sociology A level and AS level at High Storrs School.
Sociology AS/A2 at High Storrs School Sociology is the study of human social behaviour.
Past paper mini essay questions Paper 2 Topic 3 Power.
Women in Politics Slovenia 1 st SGM Brussels, Jan 2013.
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Factors of voting revision AS GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS.
1 THE HOUSE OF COMMONS THE HOUSE OF LORDS THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM THE UNITED KINGDOM ACTIVITIES.
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Life without Government would be…. ___________________________: “Rule by the people” Requires: ___________________– the right to vote A _____________–
ELECTORAL SYSTEM IN SPAIN. THE CONGRESS. The Spanish Congress of Diputies has 350 members, elected by popular vote in block lists. There are 52 constituencies,
JN302 BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS NCTJ Public Affairs Central Govt: Joy Johnson Local Govt: Paul Francis
Politics The country is run by a Government.. The Government Run the Country. The Government make the law. The Police make sure that the law is not broken.
Teaching American History United States Constitution 2008 Student Pre and Post Assessment Results.
‘Yes We Can’: The Obama Effect - Youth Participation in Politics Introductions Do you intend to vote in the 2010 election? Do you participate in ‘politics’?
Living in a Democracy This section focuses on the following concepts:
Roles of political parties Encouraging greater political participation Giving the electorate choice of government and policies Articulating the interests.
**** Prof. Justin O. Frosini Forms of State and Forms of Government.
Section 18.1 Role of Political Parties. Political Parties Political Party = An organized group that seeks to win elections. Issues are used to win!
Constitutional Monarchy vs. Democracy
Planning Step 1: Choosing a Study Theme.
Towards one Europe Transition to ‘one Europe’. One Europe – what does it mean? Liberal democratic constitutional government and adherence to democratic.
Modern Studies in S3/4 What is involved? The Concepts Modern Studies at Standard Grade is based on a number of key concepts. Modern Studies at Standard.
General Election 2010 What is a General Election? Why is it important?
What is Politics?. Objectives To get an idea about the format of an A 'Level lesson. To understand what politics is and be able to define it. To understand.
Government and Politics Autumn CPD 2012 GP1 and GP2.
Human rights for Australians: Towards a Human Rights Act NSW Geography Teachers’ Association Conference NSW Parliament House 7 August 2009 Edward Santow.
The Influence of Liberal Ideas in Lower Canada Constitutional Act 1791.
The only indigenous people of the European Union Grace and Anika.
University of Surrey Issues in Politics Today The British Referendum on the European Union Constitutional Treaty April 2005.
Chapter 9. In 2003 Iraq held its first real election in more than 30 years? Despite threats of terrorism there was a very good turn out to vote...
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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Vocabulary Political Parties Becoming.
Gender inequality and sexism L/O: To understand what sexism is. To examine the dangers of gender inequality. 1.Which toys would you have played with as.
The Australian Constitution
Questionnaire From Rome, Italy LICEO SCIENTIFICO LOUIS PASTEUR.
British parliament is based on democracy, this is when ordinary people have a say in what the Government do. This allows voters to decide how their country.
The British sovereign or monarch serves as an important symbol of the British government, but not as the leader. Elected leaders (parliament) govern the.
British Political System
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Read after me. reign, rule, represent, sign, bill, participate, charity, funds, concern, royal, guard, apartments, Buckingham palace, government,
We live in a Democracy Today we are developing our understanding of: Rights and Responsibilities Different types of democracy.
How big is the representation gap? Cees van der Eijk University of Nottingham
European Influences. Terms Democracy – government by the people. Direct Democracy – system of government in which people participate directly in decision.
Starter: How many of these people can you name?. Government and Politics Induction All – Will know what the AS Government and Politics course involves.
Chapter 1.3 Foundations of Democracy Today, t here are more democratic forms of government in the world than any other style of government? Why?
Power, Authority, and Constraint The state is In defined as the legal authority that imposes its will by means of law. Power is NOT the same as Authority.
The System of Power in the USA.. How does the political system work? * Who is the head of the executive branch in the USA? * Which officials in the USA.
So you want to be President… Formal qualifications Natural born citizen – Jus Solis – by soil –Jus Sanguineous – by blood.
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