2015 General Election Clips & Quiz (SMSC)

2015 General Election Clips & Quiz (SMSC)

A teaching resource provided by Chris Brook.

Resource Description

Three short sessions during which students take a quiz on two of the main parties at the 2015 General Election.

Before each quiz, the students will watch a short video clip from BBC Free Speech.

This is an ideal resource for students gaining a background knowledge of the 6 main UK political parties.

Each quiz has 10 questions (5 on each of the 2 parties for that day) plus a tie-break about the two leaders' ages added together.

Aimed at KS3 Tutor Time, although could be used in upper KS2 and KS4.. Perfect for starting an SMSC topic on the General Election.

Will be out of date by June 2015!

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2015 Election2.pptx
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