TES collection History - Power and Democracy
Secondary History - Power and Democracy
How has political power changed from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century? These resources cover some of the most significant shifts in power throughout history and include lesson plans, powerpoints and worksheets.
- The story of Thomas Becket’s murder and the reasons behind it.
- A detailed resource including a PowerPoint and worksheets about the transition from Tudors to Stuarts and problems relating to parliament.
- A lesson about the causes of the French Revolution.
- A full lesson including activities about the events of Peterloo.
- A source analysis activity about the riots.
- A lesson plan that explores the aims of the Chartists.
- A great A-Level revison game for recaping elements of Chartism.
- A worksheet that covers the main reasons why King John signed the Magna Carta.
- A PowerPoint covering the main reasons behind the Magna Carta.
- A slide show and card sort looking at why the 1918 ‘Representation of the People Act’ was passed.
- A source exercise that explores the background, tactics and effects of the Suffragette movement.
- A collection of resources about the revolt including reasons why it happened.
- An assessment grid for a piece of writing exploring who was responsible for the death of Wat Tyler.
- A detailed scheme of work including resources about ‘Power’.