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AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - The Beginnings of Change

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - The Beginnings of Change

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - 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.

By liam0001

AQA GCSE History Revision Guide - Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day: Part Two

AQA GCSE History Revision Guide - Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day: Part Two

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 two: The Beginnings of Change. The topics considered are: • 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.

By liam0001

Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Beginnings of Change: Assessment

Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Beginnings of Change: Assessment

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - 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.

By liam0001

Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Beginnings of Change: Revision Resources

Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - Beginnings of Change: Revision Resources

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - 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.

By liam0001

Medical Progress in the Renaissance and Early Modern Britain

Medical Progress in the Renaissance and Early Modern Britain

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - The Beginnings of Change Describe medical progress during Early Modern Britain. Explain how and why medicine either progressed or regressed during Early Modern Britain. Lesson Objective: to what extent were people healthier in 1800 than 1450?

By liam0001

The Genius of Burton, Sharp, Floyer, Cheyne, Lind and Gordon in the Renaissance

The Genius of Burton, Sharp, Floyer, Cheyne, Lind and Gordon in the Renaissance

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - The Beginnings of Change Describe the work of Robert Burton, Jane Sharp, Sir John Floyer, George Cheyne, James Lind and Alexander Gordon. Explain how and why the work of Robert Burton, Jane Sharp, Sir John Floyer, George Cheyne, James Lind and Alexander Gordon affected medicine. Lesson Objective: how far did the work of Robert Burton, Jane Sharp, Sir John Floyer, George Cheyne, James Lind and Alexander Gordon advance medical knowledge?

By liam0001

The Genius of William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham in the Renaissance

The Genius of William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham in the Renaissance

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - The Beginnings of Change Describe the work of Andreas Vesalius, Ambroise Pare, William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham. Explain how and why the work of Andreas Vesalius, Ambroise Pare, William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham affected medicine. Lesson Objective: how far did the work of Andreas Vesalius, Ambroise Pare, William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham advance medical knowledge?

By liam0001

The Genius of Ambroise Pare and Andreas Vesalius in the Renaissance

The Genius of Ambroise Pare and Andreas Vesalius in the Renaissance

AQA GCSE History: Britain: Health and the People: c1000 to the Present Day - The Beginnings of Change Describe the work of Andreas Vesalius, Ambroise Pare, William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham. Explain how and why the work of Andreas Vesalius, Ambroise Pare, William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham affected medicine. Lesson Objective: how far did the work of Andreas Vesalius, Ambroise Pare, William Harvey and Thomas Sydenham advance medical knowledge?

By liam0001

Why were people unhappy under William the Conqueror?

Why were people unhappy under William the Conqueror?

Full lesson - worksheet as a hidden slide within the powerpoint. worksheet provides pupils with five things William changed and they write a speech expressing their discontent with these changes. Introduces pupils to the changes made by William following the Battle of Hastings and starts to unpick reasons Saxons disliked Norman rule. Levelled extended writing task differentiated for all pupils and discussion of the word consequence, what it means and how pupils should respond to it within their writing included.

By ellie_ryl