DATES:Thursday 16 January 2020 4pm (1hr)
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Provide your students with key advice for their exam preparation through this focused one-hour webinar on AQA A-level Politics
This webinar includes a set of notes which will be sent in advance for teachers to use with their students, and which students will be able to use after the webinar to improve their exam revision.
This interactive webinar will provide your students with:
A specific focus on how to tackle the elections topic:
- The 1997 general election
- Voting behaviour
- Electoral systems
- The wide variety of elections in the US
- Selecting presidential candidates
- A framework for writing high quality essays
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Access exam technique tips to support you in preparing to achieve the very best results
- Gain in-depth understanding of the most dynamic and changeable topic in both Papers 1 and 2
- Obtain top level strategies for producing excellent answers to Section A and C-style questions
- Focus on top mark band requirements
- Avoid common faults and mistakes
- A set of revision resources that will be sent in advance of the course that you will be able to use immediately to support your independent studies
Introduction, welcome and sound check
Why did Labour win the 1997 general election?
Is class still the most important factor determining voting behaviour?
- Approaching questions on exams post 1997: key features and factors to consider
- Linking your points to the question content – essay planning activity using example questions and answer
What different types of elections are held in the US?
‘The party decides’: what factors will determine the selection of the Democratic Party presidential nominee in 2020?
Nick Axon has taught A-level Politics since 2005. He was Head of Politics, then Head of History & Politics, at Cheadle Hulme School between 2009 and 2016, when he was appointed Head of Sixth Form. He was a Principal Examiner between 2012 and 2019, has contributed to Politics Review and has developed resources for AQA since the development of the new specification.