What is History Virtual Classroom

What is History Virtual Classroom

How do historians know what to believe? This exciting session gives pupils the opportunity to work with a range of primary documents selected around a specific theme. Pupils will gain an understanding of how different types of sources can be used to find out about the past, and how historians can use these sources as evidence. This session supports schools focusing on a thematic study in British history (beyond 1066). Book What is History now
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*Updated* Christians and Religion in Nazi Germany

*Updated* Christians and Religion in Nazi Germany

Updated *Owing to marking the 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: Germany, 1890–1945 - Democracy and Dictatorship Describe the actions that the Nazis took to control the Christian Church. Explain the consequences for Nazi influence on the Christian Church. Lesson Objective: to what extent did the Christian Church fall under Nazi control?
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*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.
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*Updated* AQA GCSE History Revision Guide - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority

*Updated* AQA GCSE History Revision Guide - 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. Revision guide for the new AQA GCSE History specification Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day. The revision guide specifically focuses on part two: Challenging Royal Authority. The topics considered are: • 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.
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*Updated* Britain: Power and the People: Part Two - Challenging Royal Authority: Assessment

*Updated* Britain: Power and the People: Part Two - Challenging Royal Authority: Assessment

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.
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*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?
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*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?
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*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?
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*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?
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*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?
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*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?
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*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?
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*Updated* The Historic Environment - Pevensey Castle

*Updated* The Historic Environment - Pevensey Castle

Updated *Owing to marking the 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: British Depth Studies: Norman England, c1066–c1100 - The Normans: Conquest and Control -An Introductory Lesson- Describe Pevensey Castle. Explain the features and functions of Pevensey Castle. Lesson Objective: to what extent does the study of Pevensey Castle reflect Norman attitudes?
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*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day Revision Guides

*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day Revision Guides

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. This bundle includes a revision guide for each unit of AQA GCSE History specification Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day and one revision guide that focuses, thematic factors and examination questions. The topics considered are: Medicine Stands Still. • Medieval medicine: approaches including natural, supernatural, ideas of Hippocratic and Galenic methods and treatments; the medieval doctor; training, beliefs about cause of illness. • Medical progress: the contribution of Christianity to medical progress and treatment; hospitals; the nature and importance of Islamic medicine and surgery; surgery in medieval times, ideas and techniques. • Public health in the Middle Ages: towns and monasteries; the Black Death in Britain, beliefs about its causes, treatment and prevention. The Beginnings of Change. • The impact of the Renaissance on Britain: challenge to medical authority in anatomy, physiology and surgery; the work of Vesalius, Paré, William Harvey; opposition to change. • Dealing with disease: traditional and new methods of treatments; quackery; methods of treating disease; plague; the growth of hospitals; changes to the training and status of surgeons and physicians; the work of John Hunter. • Prevention of disease: inoculation; Edward Jenner, vaccination and opposition to change. A Revolution in Change. • The development of Germ Theory and its impact on the treatment of disease in Britain: the importance of Pasteur, Robert Koch and microbe hunting; Pasteur and vaccination; Paul Ehrlich and magic bullets; everyday medical treatments and remedies. • A revolution in surgery: anaesthetics, including Simpson and chloroform; antiseptics, including Lister and carbolic acid; surgical procedures; aseptic surgery. • Improvements in public health: public health problems in industrial Britain; cholera epidemics; the role of public health reformers; local and national government involvement in public health improvement, including the 1848 and 1875 Public Health Acts. Modern Medicine. • Modern treatment of disease: the development of the pharmaceutical industry; penicillin, its discovery by Fleming, its development; new diseases and treatments, antibiotic resistance; alternative treatments. • The impact of war and technology on surgery: plastic surgery; blood transfusions; X-rays; transplant surgery; modern surgical methods, including lasers, radiation therapy and keyhole surgery. • Modern public health: the importance of Booth, Rowntree, and the Boer War; the Liberal social reforms; the impact of two world wars on public health, poverty and housing; the Beveridge Report and the Welfare State; creation and development of the National Health Service; costs, choices and the issues of healthcare in the 21st century.
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*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine

*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine • Modern treatment of disease: the development of the pharmaceutical industry; penicillin, its discovery by Fleming, its development; new diseases and treatments, antibiotic resistance; alternative treatments. • The impact of war and technology on surgery: plastic surgery; blood transfusions; X-rays; transplant surgery; modern surgical methods, including lasers, radiation therapy and keyhole surgery. • Modern public health: the importance of Booth, Rowntree, and the Boer War; the Liberal social reforms; the impact of two world wars on public health, poverty and housing; the Beveridge Report and the Welfare State; creation and development of the National Health Service; costs, choices and the issues of healthcare in the 21st century.
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*Updated* Revision Guide for AQA GCSE History Britain: Health and the People: c1000 the Present Day

*Updated* Revision Guide for AQA GCSE History Britain: Health and the People: c1000 the Present Day

Revision guide for the new AQA GCSE History specification Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day. The revision guide specifically focuses on the entire unit of study with a specific focus on factors and examination questions. The topics considered are: Medicine Stands Still. • Medieval medicine: approaches including natural, supernatural, ideas of Hippocratic and Galenic methods and treatments; the medieval doctor; training, beliefs about cause of illness. • Medical progress: the contribution of Christianity to medical progress and treatment; hospitals; the nature and importance of Islamic medicine and surgery; surgery in medieval times, ideas and techniques. • Public health in the Middle Ages: towns and monasteries; the Black Death in Britain, beliefs about its causes, treatment and prevention. The Beginnings of Change. • The impact of the Renaissance on Britain: challenge to medical authority in anatomy, physiology and surgery; the work of Vesalius, Paré, William Harvey; opposition to change. • Dealing with disease: traditional and new methods of treatments; quackery; methods of treating disease; plague; the growth of hospitals; changes to the training and status of surgeons and physicians; the work of John Hunter. • Prevention of disease: inoculation; Edward Jenner, vaccination and opposition to change. A Revolution in Change. • The development of Germ Theory and its impact on the treatment of disease in Britain: the importance of Pasteur, Robert Koch and microbe hunting; Pasteur and vaccination; Paul Ehrlich and magic bullets; everyday medical treatments and remedies. • A revolution in surgery: anaesthetics, including Simpson and chloroform; antiseptics, including Lister and carbolic acid; surgical procedures; aseptic surgery. • Improvements in public health: public health problems in industrial Britain; cholera epidemics; the role of public health reformers; local and national government involvement in public health improvement, including the 1848 and 1875 Public Health Acts. Modern Medicine. • Modern treatment of disease: the development of the pharmaceutical industry; penicillin, its discovery by Fleming, its development; new diseases and treatments, antibiotic resistance; alternative treatments. • The impact of war and technology on surgery: plastic surgery; blood transfusions; X-rays; transplant surgery; modern surgical methods, including lasers, radiation therapy and keyhole surgery. • Modern public health: the importance of Booth, Rowntree, and the Boer War; the Liberal social reforms; the impact of two world wars on public health, poverty and housing; the Beveridge Report and the Welfare State; creation and development of the National Health Service; costs, choices and the issues of healthcare in the 21st century.
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*Updated* AQA GCSE History Revision Guide - Modern Medicine

*Updated* AQA GCSE History Revision Guide - Modern Medicine

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. Revision guide for the new AQA GCSE History specification Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day. The revision guide specifically focuses on part four: Modern Medicine. The topics considered are: • Modern treatment of disease: the development of the pharmaceutical industry; penicillin, its discovery by Fleming, its development; new diseases and treatments, antibiotic resistance; alternative treatments. • The impact of war and technology on surgery: plastic surgery; blood transfusions; X-rays; transplant surgery; modern surgical methods, including lasers, radiation therapy and keyhole surgery. • Modern public health: the importance of Booth, Rowntree, and the Boer War; the Liberal social reforms; the impact of two world wars on public health, poverty and housing; the Beveridge Report and the Welfare State; creation and development of the National Health Service; costs, choices and the issues of healthcare in the 21st century.
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*Updated* Britain: Health and the People: Modern Medicine - Assessment

*Updated* Britain: Health and the People: Modern Medicine - Assessment

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine • Modern treatment of disease: the development of the pharmaceutical industry; penicillin, its discovery by Fleming, its development; new diseases and treatments, antibiotic resistance; alternative treatments. • The impact of war and technology on surgery: plastic surgery; blood transfusions; X-rays; transplant surgery; modern surgical methods, including lasers, radiation therapy and keyhole surgery. • Modern public health: the importance of Booth, Rowntree, and the Boer War; the Liberal social reforms; the impact of two world wars on public health, poverty and housing; the Beveridge Report and the Welfare State; creation and development of the National Health Service; costs, choices and the issues of healthcare in the 21st century.
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*Updated* Britain: Health and the People: Modern Medicine Revision Resources

*Updated* Britain: Health and the People: Modern Medicine Revision Resources

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine • Modern treatment of disease: the development of the pharmaceutical industry; penicillin, its discovery by Fleming, its development; new diseases and treatments, antibiotic resistance; alternative treatments. • The impact of war and technology on surgery: plastic surgery; blood transfusions; X-rays; transplant surgery; modern surgical methods, including lasers, radiation therapy and keyhole surgery. • Modern public health: the importance of Booth, Rowntree, and the Boer War; the Liberal social reforms; the impact of two world wars on public health, poverty and housing; the Beveridge Report and the Welfare State; creation and development of the National Health Service; costs, choices and the issues of healthcare in the 21st century.
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*Updated* Aneurin Bevan, William Beveridge, the NHS and the Welfare State

*Updated* Aneurin Bevan, William Beveridge, the NHS and the Welfare State

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine Describe the history of the NHS. Explain the viewpoints about the NHS. Lesson Objective: to what extent is the NHS still a necessity in British society?
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*Updated* The Liberal Government and Twentieth Century Public Health Reforms

*Updated* The Liberal Government and Twentieth Century Public Health Reforms

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine Describe the reforms of the Liberal Government in the early Twentieth Century. Explain the consequences of the liberal reforms. Lesson Objective: to what extent did the reforms of the Liberal Government improve public health?
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*Updated* Charles Booth, Seebohm Rowntree, Maud Pember Reeves and Twentieth Century Public Health

*Updated* Charles Booth, Seebohm Rowntree, Maud Pember Reeves and Twentieth Century Public Health

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine Describe the work of Charles Booth, Seebohm Rowntree and Maud Pember Reeves. Explain the cause and consequence of Edwardian poverty. Lesson Objective: how far can comparisons be drawn between Edwardian Britain and Twenty-First Century poverty?
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*Updated* Watson, Crick, Franklin and Wilkins and the Mapping of DNA

*Updated* Watson, Crick, Franklin and Wilkins and the Mapping of DNA

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine Describe the events that led to the mapping of D.N.A… Explain the cause and consequence of the mapping of D.N.A… Lesson Objective: to what extent is the mapping of D.N.A. contested?
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*Updated* The Impact of Penicillin and Development of Antibiotics

*Updated* The Impact of Penicillin and Development of Antibiotics

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine Describe the impact of penicillin. Explain how and why penicillin is significant. Lesson Objective: what is the most significant impact that penicillin has had on the development of medicine?
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*Updated* Fleming, Florey and Chain and the Development of Penicillin and Antibiotics

*Updated* Fleming, Florey and Chain and the Development of Penicillin and Antibiotics

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Modern Medicine Describe the work of Alexander Fleming. Explain the development of penicillin. Lesson Objective: to what extent did Alexander Fleming change history?
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*Updated* The Short-Term and Long-Term Consequences of the Black Death

*Updated* The Short-Term and Long-Term Consequences of the Black Death

Updated *Owing to marking the Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day 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: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Medicine Stands Still Describe the impact of the Plague during the Middle Ages. Explain the short-term and long-term consequences of the Plague… Lesson Objective: to what extent did the Plague during Middle Ages change history?
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How Far did the Normans change Anglo Saxon justice?

How Far did the Normans change Anglo Saxon justice?

How Far did the Normans change Anglo Saxon justice? Suited for the GCSE Crime and Punishment Edexcel - this includes a slide show on the Norman way of life, how William got to power and a board game to help pupils develop their understanding of the Norman approaches to justice. By the end, pupils should be able to analyse the degree and depth of continuity and change from the Anglo Saxon period.
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History Interpretation (Alexander Fleming story)

History Interpretation (Alexander Fleming story)

By the end of this lesson your students will know what is History interpretation and they will be able to describe and discuss the story of Alexander Fleming and who deserve the credit for the discovery of Penicillin.
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Gandhi  and his non- violence politic in India.

Gandhi and his non- violence politic in India.

This resource explains how Gandhi used non- violence, to achieve Independence. The resource explains his mission in South Africa and England. It traces his early years , family , believe system education and politics. The resource centres on his philosophy and how he establish non- violence and truth as a way of nationalism. Prepared for IGCSE students who take India as depth study in History.
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The Battle of Stamford Bridge (Anglo-Saxon and Norman England (Edexcel 9-1))

The Battle of Stamford Bridge (Anglo-Saxon and Norman England (Edexcel 9-1))

WALT: Examine the events of the Battle of Stamford Bridge and evaluate its significance. 1-2: Identify pros and cons for Harold travelling to York. 3-4: Describe the events of the Battle of Stamford Bridge. 5-7: Explain why Harold was able to claim victory. 8-9: Evaluate the significance of the Battles of Gate Fulford and Stamford Bridge. Pupils evaluate whether Harold should have travelled to York before watching a video that examines the events of Stamford Bridge (Video worksheet included) they then explain the main reason that they think Harold won the battle before evaluating the impact the battle may have on the Battle of Hastings.
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Queen Elizabeth I, 1558 - 1603

Queen Elizabeth I, 1558 - 1603

This bundle of resources on Queen Elizabeth I, represents a great deal as you are saving 25% on some very popular and outstanding resources. They have all been field tested and refined in the classroom and are suitable for the full ability range 11 - 16. For full details, aims and objectives for each lesson, please click on the links for each resource. If you like these resources then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow ‘The History Academy’ on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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Love Island - Who should Queen Elizabeth I Marry?

Love Island - Who should Queen Elizabeth I Marry?

This outstanding lesson uses the popular ITV drama ‘Love Island’ theme to help KS4 students understand why marriage and the succession was such a controversial issue for Elizabeth I. This lesson is suitable for the full range of ability, but please do review all the video clips that have been especially chosen for the ‘Love Island’ genre before you show them to your students. These resources makes an excellent end of term lesson or a key focus for the GCSE depth study on Elizabeth I. The aims and objectives of this lesson are: Theme: Elizabethan England Know: Why was the issue of the succession and marriage so important? Understand: The arguments for and against Elizabeth getting married Evaluate: Elizabeth’s potential suitors and whether they were suitable. Skills: Source Analysis, Cause, Consequence & Collaboration WILF – What Am I Looking For? Identify & describe: Why was the issue of succession and marriage important? Explain: The arguments for and against Elizabeth getting married Analyse: Elizabeth’s potential suitors and whether they were suitable. When you purchase this lesson you will be able to download a fully editable PowerPoint Presentation and an accompanying Mircosoft Word document. The PowerPoint presentation includes aims, objectives, differentiated outcomes, starters, plenaries, information slides, historical sources, links to video clips, tasks and activities to help drive the lesson. Whilst the Word document, includes a single page document with a table to help students summarise the key information about each suitor. The lesson begins with a snowballing starter before moving on to a review activity based around what Elizabeth I was looking for in a prospective husband. The PowerPoint then looks at the advantages and disadvantages of marriage for Elizabeth I as a way of setting the scene for the love island activity. Students are then introduced to the four main suitors via the love island theme. The following slides then include information and relevant video links from main stream movies to help them complete the summary sheet and form a judgement on the suitablity of each man as a prospective husband in preparation for activity 4. Next, using the ‘Love Island’ genre, students then have to write the script for a video diary for Elizabeth I, explaining who she would prefer to ‘couple up with.’ The following slides and historical sources look at why Elizabeth I decided not to get married in the end and why she cultivated the image of the ‘Virgin Queen.’ The lesson is then finally rounded off with an extended writing activity. For additional information, please refer to the preview information.
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Success & Failure: 'The Black Power Movement'.

Success & Failure: 'The Black Power Movement'.

The aim of this lesson is to introduce the concept of ‘Black Power’ to pupils. The lesson begins with pupils inferring and discussing a source of evidence showing a black man tied down by the non-violent events which has happened so far during the Civil Rights Movement - this leads into the introduction of the need for violence to achieve black peoples aims. Pupils watch a short video on the Mexico Olympics of 1968 to help introduce this – before being introduced to the Black Panthers through a listening activity from an interview with Huey Newton and a study of the Panthers 10-point programme. The main task involves pupils studying a card sort and categorizing the successes and failures of the movement. Pupils could mix - pair - share to help do this or simply working individually or in pairs before forming an overall judgment on the success of the movement. Pupils then consolidate their learning with a short video before answering an exam style balanced answer statement question. Further advice can be found in the description of the presentation - all videos are embedded (links also provided).
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Pearson Edexcel Knowledge Organisers / Revision Mats

Pearson Edexcel Knowledge Organisers / Revision Mats

A bundle of Colour coded A3 / A4 knowledge organiser / Revision mat / book marks for the following topics: Medicine Through Time. Elizabethan England. Civil Rights. Significant Individuals / Government acts / Discoveries / Inventions / Dates / Key terms / Events.
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Knowledge Organiser / Revision Mat: Black American Civil Rights.

Knowledge Organiser / Revision Mat: Black American Civil Rights.

**Colour coded DOUBLE SIDED A3 / A4 knowledge organiser / Revision mat / book marks - for the entire American Course. ** Side One: Focusing on progress between key time periods. 1954-60 1960-65 1965-70 **Side 2: ** Significant Individuals (MLK, Rosa Parks, Malcolm X , Kennedy, Johnson, Garvey, W.E.B. Du Bois, Bucker T Washingson, thurgood Marshal). Government Acts (1964 Civil Rights / 1965 Voting Rights. **Key organisations: ** NAACP SCLC SNCC CORE Black Panthers KKK Please visit my shop for more KS3 / GCSE Edexcel History lessons / bundles: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/morlem
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The Power of the Godwin Family and Normandy Embassy (Anglo-Saxon and Norman England (Edexcel 9-1))

The Power of the Godwin Family and Normandy Embassy (Anglo-Saxon and Norman England (Edexcel 9-1))

WALT: Evaluate the power of the Godwin family. 2-3: Recall key facts about the Godwin family. 4-5: Describe the importance and power of the Godwins in England. 6-7: Explain what happened during Harold’s embassy to Normandy and why it might cause problems. 8-9*: analyse how useful Norman sources are to a historian. Pupils examine the power of the Godwins and how their influence both helped and hindered Edward’s rule They then explore the Normandy embassy using the Bayeux tapestry and the Norman and Saxon interpretation of the event.
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End of the Vietnam War.

End of the Vietnam War.

This is an entire fully resourced scheme of work covering every major aspect which led to the end of the Vietnam War which spans from ‘Vietnamisation’ to ‘The fall of Saigon’. (including reactions at home). All linked to the GCSE History course for Vietnam. All lessons come with differentiated outcomes, example answers & mark schemes, most videos and songs are embedded into the P. P. Presentations with a wide ranging selection of activities and resources which will appeal to pupils of all abilities. A fantastic opportunity to help you develop your own scheme of work on this course. You may need the conflict and home and abroad textbook to support parts of some lessons. Most however do not require a textbook. Save over 40% on these lessons combined! **Free wall display included! ** https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/morlem
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Public Reaction to the Vietnam War.

Public Reaction to the Vietnam War.

This is an entire fully resourced scheme of work covering public reaction to the Vietnam War - All linked to the GCSE History course for Vietnam. All lessons come with differentiated outcomes, example answers & mark schemes, most videos and songs are embedded into the P. P. Presentations with a wide ranging selection of activities and resources which will appeal to pupils of all abilities. A fantastic opportunity to help you develop your own scheme of work on this course. You may need the conflict and home and abroad textbook to support parts of some lessons. Most however do not require a textbook. **Free wall display included! ** https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/morlem
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