Government and Politics: A Level AQA Debates: The USA

A Level AQA Government and Politics: USA Debates: Audio Dialogues

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

Flexible resource

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

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

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