The following post has two questions namely;
1.Types of executives in the political systems
state your own beliefs and knowledge of the institution you chose. What do you know about this institution and what are the advantages and disadvantages? (10 points) Do you believe it is fit for
purpose or should it be reformed? (10 points). You should do this section before you research relevant articles on your topic.
2.) Explain what new information you acquired during your research and how it challenged your beliefs from section 1. Introduce the new information you have gleaned and tell me how it has changed
your views on what makes an institution effective, democratic, or even workable? (20 points) Has it solidified or challenged your previous views and would you recommend changing America’s existing
institution in some way (if so how, if not, why not)? (20 points)
3.)Propose a hypothesis to empirically test your existing knowledge with your new research. (10 points) Perhaps, for example, you now believe that party systems with multiple parties would lead to
more consensus politics. How would you test your hypothesis? (5 points) What comparative method would you choose to test your hypothesis? (5 points) What do you think the results would show?
2.Literature review of the effectiveness of flipped learning in A level science subject
Write a iiterature review of the effectiveness of flipped learning in A level science subjects. The review should include only articles based on schools in the England.