Parliament's Outreach Service provides reading lists, learning activities and presentations which can be used to support undergraduate and postgraduate teaching about Parliament.
Resources for students studying politics or the Houses of Parliament
Teaching resources are available on the following topics relating to Parliament’s procedures:
- The structure of Parliament
- The legislative process
- Select Committees at Parliament
- Parliament and devolution
- Parliament and Europe
- Parliament and scrutiny
These resources include reading lists, PowerPoint presentations and learning exercises.
For access to these resources, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying the topics from the above list on which you require teaching resources.
Resources for students not studying politics or the Houses of Parliament
We can also provide resources for tutors aimed at students with little or no knowledge of Parliament. These can be tailored to explain Parliament’s work at an introductory level, and also explain how Parliament affects and scrutinises specific subject areas.
We have produced a range of videos that can be used in seminars or lectures, or as a study aid. These videos cover a wide range of issues relating to Parliament’s work, processes, history and culture. All come with a transcript.
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