History Bingo Sheets and Questions (Trivia/Game)

History Bingo Sheets and Questions (Trivia/Game)

Do you need a fun way to engage your students in your History classroom? Do your students love trivia? Do you want a fun way to encourage student participation? Or do you just need a bit of fun? This set of twenty-five individual bingo sheets and questions (with answers) is a great, ready to go way of making History fun with your primary and high school students. Just print out the sheets, read off the questions and if the students have the corresponding question and are able to answer it correctly they can stamp it off. When they have stamped all their questions they call out BINGO. My kids love Bingo and this way you just need to print off the sheets! I hope you enjoy them.
hannerilou
AQA 8145, The Globe Theatre, historic environment

AQA 8145, The Globe Theatre, historic environment

This is a full set of lessons which covers AQA historic environment, the Globe Theatre for 2019. There are five lessons which all include a presentation with student activities, video hyperlinks and student handouts. The final lesson is a 16 mark essay practice question with a model answer included.
catmarber
Financial methods of the Crown in the reign of James I

Financial methods of the Crown in the reign of James I

A resource designed in line with the specification for 1D: Stuart Britain and the Crisis of monarchy 1603-1702 that explores the weaknesses of crown finance, there is a particular emphasis on separating external and internal weaknesses in the crown finances and the work of civil servants to address them.
tfinch2
Economic pressures in the early 17th Century

Economic pressures in the early 17th Century

A resource designed in line with the specification for 1D: Stuart Britain and the Crisis of monarchy 1603-1702 that explores the economic pressures within early 17th century England. Supported by worksheets and both primary and secondary sources.
tfinch2
*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority

*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority. • Popular uprisings against the Crown: the social, economic, religious and political causes of the Pilgrimage of Grace; the implications for royal authority; Henry VIII and his government’s reaction and the impact of the uprising. • Divine Right and parliamentary authority: the causes of the English Revolution; the New Model Army and the development of political radicalism during the Civil War era; the short and long-term impact of the English Revolution, including the significance of trial and execution of Charles I and Oliver Cromwell and the Commonwealth. • Royal authority and the right to representation: the causes of the American Revolution including the relationship between the government and people; impact and significance of the American Revolution.
liam0001
*Updated* Oliver Cromwell and the Commonwealth

*Updated* Oliver Cromwell and the Commonwealth

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the life of Oliver Cromwell. Explain how and why Oliver Cromwell is significant in English history. Lesson Objective: to what extent has the significance of Oliver Cromwell changed throughout history?
liam0001
*Updated* The Significance of Trial and Execution of King Charles I

*Updated* The Significance of Trial and Execution of King Charles I

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the execution of King Charles I. Explain why King Charles I was executed… Lesson Objective: how significant was the execution of King Charles I on changing the balance of power and authority in England?
liam0001
*Updated* The Events of the English Civil War and the Role of the New Model Army

*Updated* The Events of the English Civil War and the Role of the New Model Army

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the different sides of the English Civil War. Explain the key events of the English Civil War. Lesson Objective: to what extent was the New Model Army responsible for the outcome of the English Civil War?
liam0001
*Updated* The Causes of the English Civil War

*Updated* The Causes of the English Civil War

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the causes of the English Civil War. Explain how and why the English Civil War started. Lesson Objective: what was the most important cause of the English Civil War?
liam0001
*Updated* The Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace and Popular Uprising

*Updated* The Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace and Popular Uprising

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the Pilgrimage of Grace. Explain how and why the Pilgrimage of Grace is significant. Lesson Objective: to what extent did the Pilgrimage of Grace change the balance of power in England?
liam0001
*Updated* The Causes of the Pilgrimage of Grace

*Updated* The Causes of the Pilgrimage of Grace

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the Pilgrimage of Grace. Explain why King Henry VIII faced a popular uprising in 1536. Lesson Objective: what was the main cause of the Pilgrimage of Grace?
liam0001
*Updated* Henry VIII, Tudor England and 'The Great Matter'

*Updated* Henry VIII, Tudor England and 'The Great Matter'

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the problems Henry VIII had during his reign. Explain why the monasteries were useful to Henry VIII. Lesson Objective: how far did the reign of Henry VIII change the dynamic of power between state and Church?
liam0001
Stuarts - Complete set of lessons

Stuarts - Complete set of lessons

A complete set of lessons on the Stuarts. Includes a focus on developing the historical skill of interpretation. Was Guy Fawkes guilty? What were the causes of the English Civil War? What happened in the English Civil War and why did the Parliamentarians win? Should Charles I have been executed and what should happen after the execution? Was Cromwell a good or bad man? Which was worse - Great Fire of London or Great Plague? Why did people believe in witches and what happened to them?
Jrw1981
Tudor Crime and Punishment Study Guide

Tudor Crime and Punishment Study Guide

This resource focuses on how the dramatic increase in poverty and vagrancy in the 16th Century was criminalised and punished. If is an easy to use and accessible guide, focusing on: How poverty was treated in Tudor society. How crime was addressed by the Tudors. The results of uprisings against Tudor monarchs.
Mojo1441
The Tudors complete Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I (1485-1603)

The Tudors complete Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I (1485-1603)

This bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745 including the Elizabethan religious settlement and conflict with Catholics (including Scotland, Spain and Ireland). The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how people’s lives were shaped by the Tudors from Henry VII to Elizabeth I. I have created and used these lessons over the years to challenge and engage students, but also to show how much fun learning about this part of history really is. Please see the reviews for Elizabeth’s Portraits and the sinking of the Mary Rose to confirm this. Students will learn and understand key historical skills throughout such as continuity and change in dealing with Tudor poverty, the causes and consequences of Henry’s break with Rome, the similarities and differences in how they dealt with threats to their rule in England and from abroad, the significance of Elizabeth I and her conflict with Spain and evaluating sources and interpretations such as the reputation of Mary I. The 20 lessons are broken down into the following: L1 The War of the Roses L2 Did Henry VIII really act as a Gangster? L3 An introduction to Henry VIII L4 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for love? L5 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for faith? L6 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for money? L7 What were the effects of the dissolution of the monasteries L8 Who should Henry VII blame for the sinking of the Mary Rose? L9 How important was the reign of Edward VI? L10 Does Mary I deserve her ‘bloody’ reputation? L11 The young Elizabeth L12 The Elizabethan Settlement (free resource) L13 Elizabeth and the problem of marriage L14 Elizabeth and her portraits L15 How did Elizabeth deal with Mary, Queen of Scots? L16 Lets explore in Tudor times (Kinaesthetic and active lesson) L17 Famous explorers (Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh) L18 The Spanish Armada L19 Elizabeth, poverty and the Poor Law L20 Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations and debate from the BBC and other sources. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. I have included a free lesson to give an idea of what is being offered. Further free lessons on the Tudors can be found by visiting my shop below. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying the Tudors for 9-1 GCSE History as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required. If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
The early Tudors Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VII, Edward VI and Mary I (1485-1558)

The early Tudors Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VII, Edward VI and Mary I (1485-1558)

This bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745. I have designed the lessons to be challenging and engaging as well as fun and enjoyable. The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how peoples’ lives were shaped by the Tudors from Henry VII to Mary I, how they changed the course of British history and why we are still fascinated by their lives today. Students will learn and understand key historical skills throughout; for example, the concepts of continuity and change in dealing with rebellions and pretenders to the throne under Henry VII, recognising the causes and consequences of Henry’s break with Rome, explaining the similarities and differences in the reigns of the Tudors, analysing the significance of Edward VI and evaluating sources and interpretations such as the reputation of Mary I. The 11 lessons are broken down into the following: L1 The War of the Roses L2 A chronological introduction to the Tudors (free lesson) L3 Did Henry VIII really act as a Gangster? L4 An introduction to Henry VIII L5 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for love? L6 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for faith? L7 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for money? L8 What were the effects of the dissolution of the monasteries? L9 Who should Henry VII blame for the sinking of the Mary Rose? L10 How important was the reign of Edward VI? L11 Does Mary I deserve her ‘bloody’ reputation? Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations and debate from the BBC and other sources. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. I have included a free lesson to give an idea of what is being offered. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying the Tudors for GCSE as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required for the step up. If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory Please also check out my other Tudor bundle on Elizabeth I which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-tudors-elizabeth-i-1558-1603-bundle-11940619
PilgrimHistory
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for Crime and Punishment in Britain c.1000 to Present

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for Crime and Punishment in Britain c.1000 to Present

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for Crime and Punishment in Britain c.1000 to Present Written in PowerPoint Topics Covered: Crime & Punishment GCSE Learning Placemat – Topic 1: c1000-1500 Medieval England Crime & Punishment GCSE Learning Placemat – Topic 2: c1550—1700 Early Modern England Crime & Punishment GCSE Learning Placemat – Topic 3: c1700—1900, 18th & 19th Cent (The reverse side of the placemat remains the same throughout this study unit). These interactive learning placemats were designed to meet the challenges of the new 9-1 GCSE. They build upon the successful Medicine Through Time Placemats that I previously designed (and which received 5* reviews by all who have purchased them up to the time of launching these new materials – see: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/9-1-edexcel-gcse-history-of-medicine-place-mat-question-structure-11627611 ). The new placemats have been identified as best practice during a ‘Challenge Partners’ review as well as being identified as best practice by other History teachers on the Olevi ‘Outstanding Teacher Programme’. The new design learning placemats support both teachers and students in addressing the: a) dramatic increase in the curriculum content needed for the different units b) support the need for increased literacy demands c) help students become familiar and more confident in recognising the correct response needed for the unprecedented number of different question styles The placemats are designed to be double sided. One side focuses on the CONTENT: providing an overview of key knowledge and understanding needed (this will change for each topic area within this GCSE unit). Every placemat across the GCSE range is designed to encourage greater understanding of: Historical Context - through timelines, picture prompts and key words Awareness of the ‘big picture’ so students can see how individual lessons fit into the unit and make clearer links between prior and future learning – through ‘Big Picture’ questions. Better Literacy – through selected ‘language for learning’ vocab box. Memory prompts to support revision – through the use of carefully selected images. Increased awareness of metacognition – through PME (Progress, Monitor and Evaluation Time) questions to encourage students to deconstruct their learning and identify key factors (eg. Social, economic, political) or key individuals and make links between features. A pictorial metacognition man with 5 question prompts will support student reflection. The reverse side contains guidance on EXAM TECHNIQUE through: Identifying the nature of the question styles for each GCSE Unit and the allocated marks available Examiners levelled mark schemes Support writing frames with generic sentence starters
awithey
Leonardo Da Vinci Assembly

Leonardo Da Vinci Assembly

This assembly resource is great for encouraging students to respect those with special needs. Leonardo Da Vinci was one of the greatest creators of the renaissance and yet he was Dyslexic. In addition to the core PowerPoint and Word File (Which students could hold up if there is no projector) There is also a Bingo game and Word Search.
james_abela
Enlightenment Salon: A Socratic Seminar Activity

Enlightenment Salon: A Socratic Seminar Activity

In this (fully- editable) activity your students will compare the major ideas of 7 Enlightenment philosophers, “thinkers”, (Hobbes, Montesquieu, Locke, Wollstonecraft, Rousseau, Beccaria, Voltaire) that subsequently inspired the democratic revolutions and governments in England, the United States, France and Latin America by participating in an Enlightenment Salon discussion (Socratic Seminar Format). Your students will: Be assigned a Enlightenment philosopher, or “thinker” (by the teacher) of out 7. (You could easily add to/change the list of Enlightenment Thinkers) Research their assigned thinker and complete the “Student Research" worksheet/ Focus Questions. Using the template provided, cut out and create a name plate for their assigned thinker for the seminar. Examine the grading rubric (included) and be prepared to participate in the salon discussion. Participate in a Socratic Seminar (salon) and will discuss the open-ended questions INCLUDED in this activity. Complete a creative EXIT CARD/ Assessment Activity. ***All student worksheets, handouts, grading rubric, discussion questions, link to online reference material and Exit Card Activity are all INCLUDED!
learningisapassion
How did slaves resist and rebel against their slavery?

How did slaves resist and rebel against their slavery?

An interactive KS3 lesson on slavery resistance and rebellion. This is the fourth lesson in a unit for KS3 exploring different aspects of slavery. It contains a variety of different activities and has a focus on discussion and debate. All resources provided within the PowerPoint
BecCliffe
9-1 British Medicine: Renaissance Medicine Revision Pack

9-1 British Medicine: Renaissance Medicine Revision Pack

GCSE British Medicine Through Time New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Can be used for AQA, Edexcel, OCR or iGCSE exam boards. Revision pack that contains sheets on: Ideas on the cause of disease Treatment and Prevention of disease The Scientific Revolution and Thomas Sydenham The importance Andreas Vesalius The importance of William Harvey Care and Hospitals The Great Plague, 1665-66 How much progress was there in the Renaissance What factors helped and hindered medical progress? (Factors) Exam Questions (Edexcel) Part of Renaissance 1500-1750 (Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century) period Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome!
MrThorntonTeach
The Tudors: Henry VIII and the break with Rome Bundle

The Tudors: Henry VIII and the break with Rome Bundle

This three lesson bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745. The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how religion in England was shaped by Henry and his decision to divorce Catherine of Aragon. Students will learn and understand key historical skills. These include historical concepts such as continuity and change within the Church of England, the causes and consequences of the break with Rome, similarities and differences in Protestant and Catholic Churches doctrine and the significance of the break with Rome. They will use these skills to make connections, draw contrasts, frame historically valid questions and create their own structured accounts on the break with Rome. The three lessons are broken down into the following: L1 Did Henry break with Rome for love? L2 Did Henry break with Rome for faith? L3 Did Henry break with Rome for money Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations, video clips and debate. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying Henry VIII for GCSE as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required. (For example Edexcel British depth study, Henry VIII and his Ministers 1509-1540, AQA Power and the People c.1170 to present, OCR The English Reformation c.1520-1550). If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
The Tudors: Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Bundle

The Tudors: Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Bundle

This bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745 including the Elizabethan religious settlement and conflict with Catholics (including Scotland, Spain and Ireland). The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how peoples’ lives were shaped by Elizabeth, how she dealt with the threats to her rule and how her legacy lives on today as one of our greatest even Queens. Students will learn and understand key historical skills. These include historical concepts such as continuity and change with a focus on the Elizabethan Poor Law, the causes and consequences of the Elizabethan Settlement, similarities and differences in her portraits and the significance of exploration and the theatre. The 11 lessons are broken down into the following: L1 The young Elizabeth L2 The Elizabethan Settlement (free resource) L3 Elizabeth and her favourites (free resource with a GCSE focus) L4 Elizabeth and the problem of marriage L5 Elizabeth and her portraits L6 How did Elizabeth deal with Mary, Queen of Scots? L7 Lets explore in Tudor times (Kinaesthetic and active lesson) L8 Famous explorers (Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh) L9 The Spanish Armada L10 Elizabeth, poverty and the Poor Law L11 Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations and debate from the BBC and other sources. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. I have included a couple of free lessons to give an idea of what is being offered. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying Elizabeth I for 9-1 GCSE as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required for the new specifications. If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
The Tudors: Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe

The Tudors: Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe

The aims of this lesson are for students to recognise how theatres changed under Elizabeth from their early days as travelling performers with a poor reputation playing in pubs and fields to purpose built theatres such as the Globe paid for by wealthy Patrons such as the Earl of Leicester. Students know through their links to their English lessons quite a lot already about Shakespeare and this lesson taps into their knowledge and builds upon it with a thinking quilt to examine how the theatre developed. Furthermore there is a focus on Shakespeare’s plays and inspiration as well as an analysis of the Globe theatre. There is some excellent video footage to complement the learning tasks. This lesson is suited to both Key Stages 3 and 4. An exam question for GCSE practice (differentiated) on the significance of the Elizabethan theatre sets up the students for later learning and skills. The lesson finishes with an odd one out task which will revisit the aims of the lesson and how Tudor theatres still have an impact today. The resource comes in PDF and PowerPoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory Please review this resource and receive a free Tudor key word literacy display worth £3 which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tudor-key-word-history-display-11653246
PilgrimHistory
What was life like during the plague (17c)?

What was life like during the plague (17c)?

The lessons starts by testing the students’ prior knowledge of the plague from general knowledge or previous work on the Black Death. They then link the “Ring a Ring o’ Roses” nursery rhyme to the plague. After going through some key knowledge, students label a diagram of a plague doctor and consider which parts of his costume might actually have protected him. They then answer some comprehension questions on Samuel Pepy’s diary extracts to gain a sense of life at the time. The main activity is to create a public information poster to help citizens of London stay safe using only the knowledge available at the time. For the plenary, students consider how this poster would be different if they could have used modern-day knowledge.
katherinelroe
Peace and Protest Knowledge Organiser

Peace and Protest Knowledge Organiser

This is a knowledge organiser that is used for a scheme of work I use for ‘Peace and Protest’. It is an excellent revision tool and can be used for GCSE or KS3. If not in line with the buyers SOW it can be edited or used as extra reading. Thanks and enjoy!
TeacherofThought
The Tudors: Poverty and the Elizabethan Poor Law of 1601

The Tudors: Poverty and the Elizabethan Poor Law of 1601

The aims of this lesson are to explain the ideas behind the Elizabethan Poor Law and to assess its impact on Elizabethan society and beyond. This lesson focuses on the changing attitude towards the poor in Elizabethan England. Students first of all have to understand the reasons for poverty which have been caused by many factors such as local landowners as well as by the actions of Henry VIII in his break with Rome. One of their tasks is to write to the local landowner, using suggested key argument words, to express their sympathy for the poor which was in sort supply in the Elizabethan era. As well as source analysis, students learn the so called tricks of the trade for begging and how Tudor propaganda shaped these negative views of the poor. Students subsequently have to analyse the new Elizabethan Poor Law and assess its significance and impact upon society as a whole. The final task is to talk like an historian and answer the quiz picking up points for the harder questions. The resource comes in PDF and PowerPoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
KS3 Assessments

KS3 Assessments

A range of assessments which cover topics often taught to KS3 students. Grade boundaries are linked to the new 9-1 grading system.
franshah
Witch Child by Celia Rees - loads of bits for exploring this fantastic novel

Witch Child by Celia Rees - loads of bits for exploring this fantastic novel

A complete range of lessons and worksheets to accompany teaching the fab historical/fictional novel ‘Witch Child’ by Celia Rees. For me, this book seemed to resonate most with my Yr 9 girls groups and they really enjoyed the range of activties including reading, writing and speaking and listening skills. There are some lessons shorter than others or have been deleted due to now irrelevant mark scheme/curriculum work (including APP). I hope you enjoy this selection and please feel free to review and look at my other resources as well. Many thanks
sarah_hewitt2018
Y7  Spring 2 homework booklet 'The Stuarts' History KS3

Y7 Spring 2 homework booklet 'The Stuarts' History KS3

A homework booklet with 35 pages for the spring 2 half term of year 7. The focus is on learning homework ready for a starter or exit quiz in lessons. Each homework comes with a revision activity as well. This terms homework focuses on Stuart England and includes: Contents Who were the Stuarts? Why did the Civil War start? Roundheads v Cavaliers Weapons & Battles Why was the King executed? Cromwell ‘hero or villain’? Which witch is which? The ‘Merry Monarch’ London’s burning The Catholic King & his ‘Glorious’ daughter Instructions for pupils are: Each week in History, you will have a fact test on work you completed the week before in lessons. For homework revise the information on the topic which you learnt in your lesson and be ready to answer ten factual questions based on that work. To help you revise there are revision activities to do for each topic. At the start of each half term and new term in History you will have a fact test which covers ALL the topics you have studied so far. Use this homework booklet to revise for your factual tests. If you continually fail your factual tests (less than half marks) you will have to stay after school to retake your tests. Your teacher will be able to help you one to one to ensure you are learning.
Histaldy
Y7 Spring 1 Homework Booklet 'Tudor England'  History KS3

Y7 Spring 1 Homework Booklet 'Tudor England' History KS3

A homework booklet with 28 pages for the third half term of year 7. The focus is on learning homework ready for a starter or exit quiz in lessons. Each homework comes with a revision activity as well. This terms homework is about Tudor England and includes: Contents Tudor Kings and Queens Life in 1485 – comparison with 1066 King Henry VII’s problems & successes of his reign What did Protestants protest about? Why did Henry VIII break with Rome? Religious changes under Henry VIII & Edward VI How ‘bloody’ was Bloody Mary? Elizabeth’s Middle Way The Catholic & Puritan threats against Elizabeth I To what extent did religion change under the Tudors? Instructions for pupils are: Each week in History, you will have a fact test on work you completed the week before in lessons. For homework revise the information on the topic which you learnt in your lesson and be ready to answer ten factual questions based on that work. To help you revise there are revision activities to do for each topic. At the start of each half term and new term in History you will have a fact test which covers ALL the topics you have studied so far. Use this homework booklet to revise for your factual tests. If you continually fail your factual tests (less than half marks) you will have to stay after school to retake your tests. Your teacher will be able to help you one to one to ensure you are learning.
Histaldy
Night John Anticipation Guide and KWHL Chart (Two Bonus Videos)

Night John Anticipation Guide and KWHL Chart (Two Bonus Videos)

This product includes two graphic organizers to accompany the Night John novel. The Anticipation Guide allows the students to answer statement prompts that are based on the major themes of the novel. The students will respond before and after they read the text. The KWHL Chart can be used before, during and after the reading of the novel. K stands for what the student KNOW about the education of slaves during slavery. W stands for what the students WANT to know about the education of slaves. H stands for HOW the students will answer their questions about the topic in question. These can include strategies and resources that the students will utilize to perform this task. This packet also includes helpful tips on how to construct and implement Anticipation Guides and KWHL charts on your own for use with future studies within the classroom. Enjoy! Bonus Videos: Movie Trailer Source: https://goo.gl/pPCtv8 Book Trailer Source: https://goo.gl/ Image Source: https://goo.gl/E6XFiz Thanks for your purchase. We appreciate your business!!
LightbulbTeaching
9-1 History Paper 2 Henry VIII and his ministers, 1509–40 Revision Table

9-1 History Paper 2 Henry VIII and his ministers, 1509–40 Revision Table

Based upon the Edexcel specification, this resource has been written to review the knowledge and understanding of students of Paper 2 Henry VIII and his ministers, 1509–40. The grid contains key questions based upon the specification document and enrichment resources to be accessed via the Youtube links and other TES resources. Written in Word it can be completed as a paper document or completed online. I have written it however to review Year 10 understanding and consolidate their learning over the Summer break. It will be set as a Google Classroom activity and can be revisited in readiness for their mocks.
callum2310
Year 8 History Scheme of Work.

Year 8 History Scheme of Work.

This resource cover term 1,2 and term 3 scheme of work in History. it covers week 1 to 12 in every term with topic, content , outcome and resources. Prepared for History Teachers for GCSE Curriculum.
geo_pal2000