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Debates in Politics for A2 AQA: USA

Inject new pace and variety into your lessons with 12 unique head-to-head debates, 6 for each unit, specifically recorded for A Level AQA.

Each debate includes:

  • A recorded debate on CD – great for auditory learners
  • A written transcript on debate topics from across the specification – all topics frequently raised in exams
  • Followed by consolidation, analysis and evaluation questions – all in exam style for perfect practice!
  • Detailed mark schemes for every question – great AfL
6 exam-relevant articles for A Level AQA Unit 3A: The Politics of the USA!
The electoral college is in dire need of reform; The Republicans are far more divided than the Democrats; US pressure groups are far more important than US political parties; Third/minor parties and independents are never successful in US elections; Money is more important than the media during US elections; US voters are mainly swayed by party loyalties
6 exam-relevant articles for A Level AQA Unit 4A: The Government of the USA!
The US Constitution is no longer fit for purpose; As an institution, Congress is more effective than it gets credit for; Congress is without doubt the most powerful branch of government; The Supreme Court has more power than was envisaged by the Founding Fathers; The Supreme Court is very effective in protecting the Constitutional Rights of the citizens of the USA; The president's power is constrained whether or not he is popular

Flexible resource

  • Inspire students at the start of each topic
  • Homework – great independent learning; a focused and fun revision activity

Listen to the 'The Supreme Court has more power than was envisaged by the Founding Fathers' debate right now for free!

You can also view an inspection copy of the printed articles for Topic 3A here.
You can view an inspection copy of the printed articles for Topic 4A here.