Benin Planning and Resource Pack KS2

Benin Planning and Resource Pack KS2

Benin AD 900-1300 is now a non-European study unit for KS2 on the new curriculum for history. This ten-lesson history unit contains lesson plans, pupil resources and teachers' guides. Everything you need to teach this unit. This unit covers the following questions: 1. What was the Kingdom of Benin? 2. How was the Kingdom of Benin first established? 3. What did the people of Benin Kingdom believe? 4. Why did the first dynasty of Ogiso come to an end in AD 1180? 5. What were the Obas like as leaders? 6. What did ordinary people do for jobs in the Kingdom of Benin? 7. What was Benin Kingdom art like? 8. What happened to Benin Kingdom after the period AD 900-1300? 9. What was left after Benin Kingdom was destroyed? 10. What have we learned about this period of history? All the plans and resources are produced by Ofsted-rated outstanding teachers.
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*6 Full Lessons* Slavery

*6 Full Lessons* Slavery

This bundle includes 6 lessons covering the Atlantic Slave Trade. The lessons are aimed towards KS3 classes although the sources could be used across all key stages. These lessons are ready to teach or can be adapted as needed. All lesson are self contained with resources and worksheets included in the power points. The pack includes the following lessons: 1. Introduction to Slavery 2. Africa before Slavery 3. The Triangular Trade 4. The Middle Passage 5. Life as a Slave 6. The Abolition of Slavery. Most of the lessons are designed for double lessons (100 minutes) but could easily be broken up. If you buy this pack of lessons, please leave a review. Thanks
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*Full Lesson* Slavery: Africa before Slavery

*Full Lesson* Slavery: Africa before Slavery

This is the second lesson in a scheme of work about the Atlantic Slave Trade. In this lesson, pupils attempt to prove that "civilisation" existed in Africa before the start of the slave trade. In particular, pupils use evidence and sources to respond to a quote from David Hume. This lesson includes - *Attitudes of Europeans towards Africa during the slave trade. * Examples of civilisation and technology in Africa before the slave trade. * Investigation of the Mali Empire as an example of civilisation in Africa before the slave trade * Homework task to get students to respond to European attitudes towards Africa based on the evidence they have considered during the lesson. The whole scheme of work (7 lessons) is available to buy for £5. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review. Click on my username to see the rest of my resources.
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Slavery: The Middle Passage

Slavery: The Middle Passage

This lesson details the Middle Passage for slaves taken to West Indies and America. The lesson looks at the Middle Passage through ROOTs and through sources (interpretations). Exam technique practiced in the lesson revolves around the Q2 on the new AQA 2016/17 spec. This question is an interpretations questions and gets students to consider the differences in the provenance of the interpretations. As it is a very difficult style question and foreign to what students are used to a very scaffolded worksheet is included. There is guidance to get students to consider the Time/Author/Purpose & Place of each interpretation before analysing them completely. As always lesson and resources have been produced to a high standard of presentation to ensure high levels of engagement. The lesson contains an activity which would require you to have access to ROOTs to watch the Middle Passage scene - it is advisable before watching that students are warned scenes can be distressing and occasionally graphic.
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Mansa Musa and Medieval Mali

Mansa Musa and Medieval Mali

This PowerPoint includes all of the resources to run either a single, or a double lesson on Mansa Musa. It is aimed at Year 7 and provides support for students working between L3 and L6 on the old NC Levels. Lesson objectives: L3 - To identify facts about Medieval Mali and Mansa Musa L4 - To describe Medieval Mali and Mansa Musa L5 - To make inferences from sources about Medieval Mali and Mansa Musa L6 - To explain what Medieval Mali and Mansa Musa would seem like to a time traveller, drawing inferences from sources to support their points. Activities include: * A task where students work in pairs, one looks at an image and describes it to his/her partner. The partner draws the image. * Fact generation, teacher models how to get facts from the source, students compete. * Using written sources to gather information * Creating a Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval Mali
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Mankind the Story of All of Us Episode 6 Worksheet and Quiz: Survivors

Mankind the Story of All of Us Episode 6 Worksheet and Quiz: Survivors

56 Multiple Choice Questions to accompany Episode 6 of Mankind: The Story of All of Us Mankind: The Story of All of Us is a History Channel series that uses engaging imagery, powerful special effects, and a lively script to convey the story of the humanity in 12 concise yet comprehensive episodes. This teaching packet covers Episode 6: “Survivors," which develops three major stories: • The Salt Trade in the Sahara • The Gold Trade in Mali • Learning and Knowledge in Timbuktu • Venice as a Banking Powerhouse • The Renaissance • The Chinese Inventions of Gunpowder and Guns • The Defeat of the Mongols; The Ming Dynasty • Gutenberg and the Printing Press • Christopher Columbus • The Spanish Reconquest / Defeat of the Moors Using any of the series’ episodes in class opens up several useful possibilities. They are so well presented that they are easily understood by students. This in turn means that episodes can actually be used as an introduction to a topic or a unit. On the other hand, they also make excellent reinforcers, so some teachers will want to show the episodes after the end of a chapter or unit for use as a review or recap. ABOUT THIS TEACHING PACKET I’ve kept this episode versatility in mind when making these materials. This teaching resource contains both a worksheet and a test on the episode it covers. These two components are based on different approaches to the video: • The student viewing worksheet has 46 multiple choice questions, all presented in video order. These questions are fairly detailed. Certainly, many students will have good enough recall to be able to complete the worksheet after the episode has been shown, but because of the detailed nature of the questions, some teachers may want to use the worksheet as a “during-viewing” activity that will help students track information and stay on task . • The 10-question test, on the other hand, is designed to help students synthesize the episode’s information and see larger patterns that span different sections of it. My intent when writing the test was to focus solely on the “big issues” that arise from the targeted time span of world history. Students who have paid attention to the video should definitely have mastered these basic, fundamental issues from the targeted time period. All test questions are also multiple choice. • A fast-grade answer key is provided for both the worksheet and the quiz. MORE DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION POSSIBILITIES Because the worksheet and test take different approaches, teachers can also use them to differentiate instruction by using them as basic/advanced levels!
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Crash Course World History Worksheets Episodes 16-20

Crash Course World History Worksheets Episodes 16-20

Teach with Humor using World History Crash Course! Few classroom strategies are as successful as this simple approach: make learning fun! That, or course, is easier said than done, but when it comes to teaching history contents, the YouTube series Crash Course World History is a great place to start. The script of each episode is packed with humorous observations about life and culture -- ones that help to make strong points about the history being communicated. Just as importantly, the host, John Green, has what it takes to keep students' interest: enthusiasm about the topics, a quirky way with props, and a funny, sometimes deadpan delivery of content. Students like watching the series, which means they pay attention to it and learn! Each episode of Crash Course contains about 10 minutes of content plus a brief time for the credits. Episodes are available for free on YouTube at the following playlist: Crash Course World History If you are new to Crash Course, I encourage you to watch a few videos as soon as you can. I expect you'll be just as enthusiastic about the classroom possibilities as I am! About These Worksheets Each worksheet focuses on a single episode of Crash Course World History and typically contains between 10 and 20 items for students to complete. Worksheets are formatted to fit on one page for easy copying and a detailed answer key is provided for each episode. TIME STAMPS OPTION TO HELP STUDENT AND TEACHER INCLUDED FOR ALL EPISODES! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ EPISODES INCLUDED IN THESE CRASH COURSE WORLD HISTORY WORKSHEETS This resource includes a worksheet, a time-stamped worksheet, and a detailed answer key for episodes 16 - 20 of Crash Course World History: • Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa -- also does a great job covering diversity of African civilizations of the period • The Mongols: Genghis Khan and more • International Commerce and the Indian Ocean Trade • Venice and the Ottoman Empire • Russia, the Kievan Rus, and the Mongols ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ All questions are presented in video order so that students can easily follow along, but these worksheets are not mere outlines that merely ask students to generate their own notes. Instead, they focus in on certain key issues that students watching the videos should master in order to have a clear and concise understanding of the topic under study. ---> Please note the bargain pricing!! At just $5.00 for 5 worksheets, that's only a dollar per worksheet, making this a truly affordable addition to your history repertoire!
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Black History Guided Reading Scripts

Black History Guided Reading Scripts

Black History Guided Reading Play Scripts This set of 5 Guided Reading Scripts (6 speakers each) and 5 quizzes, which can be used for guided reading (or Readers Theater), was written in celebration of Black History, identifying some of the heroes and heroines who made such an impact in the process of eliminating racial discrimination and segregation. 1. The Slave Trade - Discussion on Racism 2. Heroes of the Underground Railroad 3. Amazing Women of the Civil Rights Movement 4. Martin Luther King 5. Nelson Mandela Play 1: The Slave Trade - Discussion on Racism (incl. Martin Luther King) Link with PSHCE Living in a Diverse World : The Slave Trade and its consequences for African ancestors, including discussion around keywords: discrimination, segregation, prejudice, racism. Plus R.E. link to key figure in racial equality struggle- Martin Luther King Speakers: John Hawkins Slave Martin Luther King White American Child (Maisie) Black American Child (Joel) Teacher Play 2 Heroes of the Underground Railroad - an example of ‘Good Triumphing over Evil' and ‘ordinary' people leading ‘extraordinary' lives Speakers: Ex-Slaves: Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglas and Josiah Henson White Abolitionists: Laura Haviland, Levi Coffin and Thomas Garret Play 3: Amazing Women in the American Civil Rights Movement Speakers: Interviewer Sojourner Truth Harriet Tubman Ida Wells Fannie Lou Townsend Hamer Rosa Parks Play 4 Martin Luther King Speakers: Interviewer Martin Luther King Coretta (King's wife) James Earl Ray (alleged assassin) President Lyndon Johnson Campaigner Play 5 Nelson Mandela Speakers: Nelson Mandela Winnie (second wife) Desmond Tutu P.W. Botha (Nationalist Party - hardliner) F.W. de Klerk (Nationalist Party - moderate) Nobel Peace Committee
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The Rise of Islam Lesson Plan

The Rise of Islam Lesson Plan

The Rise of Islam Lesson Plan Powerpoint and notes • Describe how the geography affected the people of the Arabian Peninsula • Explain how Islam Begin • Identify the Main beliefs of Islam Explore how the Muslims expanded their empire Explain why the Islamic community divided
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Feudal Societies

Feudal Societies

KS2 - 3 Unit of work which covers the basic characteristics of feudal societies; compares European feudalism with similar societies in China and Africa. Contains tasks, with answers and glossaries. The feudal system Learning a definition Did feudalism exist in China before it existed in Europe? Task with questions England (with video transcript); glossary; source-based questions France Africa Task- comparing feudal societies Task - True or false?
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Africa: Eastern City States and Southern Empires Power Point and Keynote Presentations

Africa: Eastern City States and Southern Empires Power Point and Keynote Presentations

HistorySimulation.com has designed a number of PowerPoint and Keynote presentations to help students understand history. Designed by a teacher for teachers, this PowerPoint focuses on "Eastern City States and Southern Empires". This presentation is designed to give students an overview of how the Eastern City States and Southern Empires of Africa developed. Students will be shown maps, animations and descriptions detailing these events. The presentation is totally customizable, allowing you to add your own pictures, graphics and animations to take what we've done even farther. It comes with presentation notes to help you discuss the subject and engage students in the events of African History. At less than $4.00, it will save you time and lay the foundation for presentations that help students understand and remember. The Topics include: East African Trade, Islamic Influence, Aksum, Bantu, Kilwa, Natural Resources, religion, Slave Trade, Great Zimbabwe, Mutapa Empire, Imperialism. Number of Slides: 34 Go Here To Learn More: https://www.historysimulation.com/eastern-city-states-and-southern-empires.html Included in The Presentation Package: 1. Keynote Presentation 2. Power Point Presentation 3. Text edit file of the outline of the presentation and presenter's notes. Source: McDougal Littel's World History: Patterns of Interaction An Age of Exchange and Encounter Societies and Empires of Africa Chapter 15, Section 3 "Eastern City States and Southern Empires" These materials were prepared by Harms LLC and have neither been developed, reviewed, nor endorsed by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, publisher of the original WORLD HISTORY: Patterns of Interaction work on which this material is based.
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*Full Lesson* Introduction to Slavery

*Full Lesson* Introduction to Slavery

This is the first lesson from a scheme of work about the Atlantic Slave Trade. The lesson is a general introduction about slavery throughout History and most activities are discussion based on pupil response to images and pictures of slavery. The lesson includes: * Discussion of the nature and purpose of slaver. * Discuss on the types of slavery that had existed through time. * Picture source analysis This lesson is ready to teach with all resources included in the power point. The whole scheme of work (7 full lessons) is also available for £5. Click on my username to see the rest of my resources. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review.
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