Great revision resources from Tutor2U
Multiple Choice Quizzes
As your syllabus is new, there aren’t any past papers to work with. However, the previous syllabus is still very relevant and the questions in Unit 3 are well worth using. While the way you are assessed has changed a little, what you are assessed on hasn’t changed a great deal.
Please hand in any essays you write so I can mark them and give you feedback over the final weeks of th course.
Your task over the next two weeks is to create a high quality blog about inequality and poverty.
Remember, part of the challenge of this work comes with managing your time and your team. The deadline is Weds 29th March.
Thank you for your fantastic work on this project. Your blogs are excellent and can be seen below. Please take some time to look at each other’s work.
The following videos provide some compelling insights into the scale, causes and effects of inequality around the world.
The Equality Trust provides some very useful statistics to help illustrate the scale of inequality in the U.K. Take a look at the site and identify five key issues for discussion.
The charts below show how inequality has changed over time:
Tutor2U has provided another excellent set of videos analysing and evaluating the national minimum wage.
Analysing the NMW
Evaluating the NMW
Here’s our class essay, missing the conclusion. Remember, there are lots of ways to answer this question – this just gives you an idea of structure and technique.
An important and common focus for examinations, the role impact of TUs in different labour markets is a crucial topic to understand.
This brilliant series of videos from Tutor2U will give you key information about the concepts, lines of analysis and evaluative elements you’ll need to address questions on this topic.
To what extent is it inevitable that trade union activity will lead to higher wages but lower employment? (25 marks)
Due Friday 3rd March