Life in the UK - Passing The British Citizenship Test
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Life in the UK is a course concerning, not surprisingly, life in the UK. Its is designed to assist you in passing the Life in the UK Test, and leave you on the road to becoming a UK Citizen.
Materials include video file presentations - structured to facilitate ease of understanding for limited English speakers.
The course is structured into 6 sections, each with a comparable official section in the Life in the UK Handbook.
This course will empower you towards passing the Life in the UK Test and leave you on the road to becoming a British Citizen.
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|Section 1: Introduction - How to use this course|
In this section we introduce the student to the concept of the Life in the UK Test.
|Section 2: About the test|
In this section we discuss what constitutes the test and how and where we will be sitting the exam.
|Section 3: Values and Principles of the UK|
In this section we learn about the fundamental rights and responsibilities hat apply to everyone in the UK. citizen or not.
|Section 4: Where is the UK and what's its History?|
Section 4A - English History - Part 1Preview
From Institutional Monarchy and the Bill of Rights (1689) to The British Empire in Early - Mid 1900's.
Section 4C - English History - Part 3 - The 20th Century.
|Section 5: Britain as a Modern Society.|
Section 5A: A Modern Thriving Society.
Section 5B: Arts & Culture.
|Section 6: The UK Government, The Law and Your Role.|
Section 6: The UK Government, The Law and Your Role.
|Section 7: End|
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