Topic on a Page for A Level Edexcel Politics
The ultimate revision tool!
Visually attractive A3 photocopiable posters with concise summaries of every specification topic. Ideal for visual learners and perfect for revision.
A fresh, clever and valuable resource...
...For the low attainers, this is absolutely superb. It boils down the specification content into a nice and simple worksheet which is easy to follow and can be used towards planning essays
For each topic:
- Summary Poster giving at-a-glance overview
- A partially complete Activity Poster with focused and varied tasks for structured revision
Wonderfully visual… both simple and detailed in the same breath… it captures the very key and relevant information… allows students to see the links between topics… another fantastic resource
- End-of-topic consolidation and revision
- Display in classroom or at home, or use as place mats
- Activity pages make excellent homework
What do teachers say about this resource? (9746)
Excellent... I particularly like the clarity and visual attractiveness... At a glance, they can comprehend the links that exist within the 3 core ideologies... It allows for shared discussion and detailed knowledge about complex ideological issues... Get them!
Highly impressed. Exceptional amount of information within the resource but helps make the complexity of the ideologies appear more accessible. ... Breaks down and makes more obvious to the students the key aspects of the specification. Without diluting the main points it condenses a text book into logical and readable section of work... Impressed that so much information can be conveyed in 10 pages... Particular like the Liberal page which directly takes the exam sub sections of human nature, state, society, economy... a fabulous overview.
A wonderful resource. I am really impressed with the 'Topic on a Page' series of resources and this has allowed us as a department to really work to a differentiated scheme of work... a. The ideologies timeline is superb and perfect for our visual learners. b. The key thinkers cards are excellent - short and sweet and perfect for revision sessions c. The individual pages on each principle of the core ideologies is excellent - all the key information in a simple format to understand - perfect for low ability students d. The excellent blank pages which encourage revision and peer-work are perfect for a starter task in a revision session... perfectly tailored towards the low-ability students who struggle to grasp the reams of writing in a textbook or written resource - they are able to access the core principles and disagreements within and between conservatism, liberalism and socialism without feeling as though the writing is too heavy. They are effectively ready-made revision posters and could even be displayed around the classroom as prompts for the students. The educational value is therefore enormous and will be vital in our future planning of ideology teaching... perfectly matches the specification and what is expected of the students. It covers the content well and puts this across in a superb format which doesn't include irrelevant information. It is a superb resource.
What do teachers say about this resource? (10073)
This is a fresh, clever and valuable resource. I like this a lot and I think that my students would find this sort of resource very easy to read and help with their revision and understanding... They are an invaluable resource for students with their understanding and can be used as starters, plenaries or help with essay planning as each topic is carefully put on one page - every single student in my class would receive a copy of these such is their educational importance in my opinion. Simply put - I don't believe that any good Politics Teacher would be able to improve upon or produce a resource anywhere near as good and clear as this.
This resource presents a significant amount of content in an easily accessible way for students... A highlight are the case studies for the 1979, 1997 and 2017 elections. Students often find Section 4.1 hard to digest and understand but this resource presents the information in succinct and reliable way... Section 3.1 on the FPTP, SV, AMS and STV electoral systems is presented so as reduce the amount of content students are presented with... Section 3.2 on referendums provides useful case studies for students to use as examples when evaluating the advantages and problems of referendums as used in the UK... ideal for revision purposes but also as 'retrieval practice'. Teachers can use this resource for students to regularly test their knowledge of current and past topics
What do teachers say about this resource? (10077)
I am really pleased that this has come to Politics - these resources are superb ... students have been nothing but complimentary... superbly put together... very well organised and students can clearly see the key information... The 'How the Constitution has changed' sheet is fantastic - really good overview and everything the students need to know. The Legislative Process section is also extremely well explained - again, the students loved this part and felt it was one of the best explanations of the key process... For the low attainers, this is absolutely superb. It boils down the specification content into a nice and simple worksheet which is easy to follow and can be used towards planning essays. These can be used as classroom displays as well as starter tasks for further reinforcement. For the higher attainers, it is a start which can be developed upon with further knowledge and examples. It is a vital and superb resource... Magnificent - wonderfully visual and put together. A triumph of presentation and layout! Students and Teachers can be secure in the knowledge that the resources are fully in line with Edexcel's specifications.
- Paper 1: UK Politics and Core Political Ideas
- Topic on a Page
- A Level Edexcel Politics
- 1979 general election
- 1997 general election
- 2017 general election
- Democracy and participation
- Electoral systems
- Political parties
- UK Politics
- Voting behaviour and the media
- A Level Edexcel Politics 2017
- Paper 2: UK Government and Non-Core Political Ideas
- Prime Minister and Executive
- Relationships between the Branches
- The Cabinet
- The Constitution
- UK Government