How have our political rights changed over time?

In this lesson we will learn what political rights are and explore the concept of universal suffrage. We will investigate the long struggle for voting rights and how women's suffrage was achieved. You will have a chance to give your view about how political rights have evolved over time.

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How have our political rights changed over time? -

Citizenship

Q1.An example of a political right is:

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Q2.Aristotle is a...

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Q3.At what age can you vote in England?

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Q4.Universal Suffrage means everyone can vote

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Q5.The Magna Carta was signed in

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Q6.It took a long time to get the political rights we have today

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

How have our political rights changed over time? -

Citizenship

Q1.An example of a political right is:

1/6

Q2.Aristotle is a...

2/6

Q3.At what age can you vote in England?

3/6

Q4.Universal Suffrage means everyone can vote

4/6

Q5.The Magna Carta was signed in

5/6

Q6.It took a long time to get the political rights we have today

6/6

Lesson summary: How have our political rights changed over time?

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