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Teaching activity

‘Four Words’ - an interactive, lively test of some key phrases from the start of the AS Curriculum

Jonny Clark

1st October 2014

We've got another fantastic interactive quiz format for you. This one will help test how much your students have taken in over these first few weeks of the AS course. This activity called 'Four Words' shows students the first four words of a definition of a key phrase. Students must decide if they think they know what the key phrase is (and earn maximum points) or wait to see the rest of the definition and earn lower points. Of course, if they get the answer wrong they get zero points! 15 key phrases are tested.

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The activity tests the following key phrases:

Direct Democracy
Legitimacy
Pluralism
Referendum
Conservatism
Pressure Group
Political Party
Apathy
Turnout
Voting Behaviour
Electoral Reform
Mass Media
Representation
Ideology
Lobbying

Jonny Clark

Jon Clark has been teaching economics and business studies for over 25 years primarily in the Further Education sector. Before joining tutor2u, he was a senior manager at South Cheshire College in Crewe.

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