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Need to provide an engaging differentiated Key Stage 3 or MYP History course or lesson that includes a scheme of work, presentation materials, resources and workbooks as well as tracking the progress of every single student regardless of SEN or LEX need? We understand and can help.

Need to provide an engaging differentiated Key Stage 3 or MYP History course or lesson that includes a scheme of work, presentation materials, resources and workbooks as well as tracking the progress of every single student regardless of SEN or LEX need? We understand and can help.
End of the Peasant Revolt - Source Analysis
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End of the Peasant Revolt - Source Analysis

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In a field just outside of London two great powers meet, the King and an army of peasants. Using a range of sources find out what really happened next, why did Wat Tyler die, and what happened to the revolt he led? Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and iis ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is designed to encourage students to run a source driven enquiry to find out why and how Wat Tyler died. It focuses on using perspective to understand why different authors might create different narratives. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Contours - Showing Height on Maps
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Contours - Showing Height on Maps

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Students will understand why maps are not 3D; by the end of the lesson students will understand contours and be able to create cross sections of land formations using a series landscapes to reconstruct and evaluate journeys. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use Students will learn the language and concepts associated with using contours. They will work on transects and ultimately will be able to create a journey transect themselves. Students will also be tested with comprehension questions about contours on an unseen map. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
What is Scale and how can we use it?
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What is Scale and how can we use it?

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Students will learn to recognize and use different scales on maps and diagrams. They will help Emperor Hadrian to build a succession of forts on Hadrian’s Wall, and be tested on, using different scales. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use Students will understand what ration and scale are and how they can be applied to a map. they will work on a task to create forts on Hadrian’s Wall using scale as a guide. Then they will be challenged on their understanding of ratios. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
MYP Year 1&2 I&S Comment Bank for Grading
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MYP Year 1&2 I&S Comment Bank for Grading

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This MYP comment bank provides actionable comments based on the MYP assessment criteria for Year 1&2 I&S work covering every level and criterion. Comments can be cut and pasted directly into student work. Content There are 75 hand written comments that cover 5 different grade levels for every MYP Year 1&2 criteria and strand as well as a general introductory and concluding comment. Every comment identifies an area of which is done well and an area of improvement to help the student reach the next grade boundary. You no longer have to translate the MYP assessment criteria into actions for your students. How to Use To use this comment bank simply identify the grade you want to give for a critera/strand and cut and paste the comment. Everything else is done for you. Bonus With this comment bank I also include a free class grade sheet template to track student progress by criterion. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Battle of Hastings - Source Analysis
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Battle of Hastings - Source Analysis

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It is 1066 and two armies are drawn up around Senlac Hill ready to fight for the crown of England. Find out what actually happened using a comparative analysis of primary sources, and also find out how Harold actually died. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and iis ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is designed to encourage students to run a source driven enquiry to find out what really happened at the Battle of Hastings by comparing the leading historical accounts of the Battle. It focuses on using perspective to understand why different authors might create different narratives. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
What are maps and why are they different?
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What are maps and why are they different?

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The world is portrayed in many different types of maps, and students will find out why this is so. They will look at different types of maps to learn why each is useful, as well as why some features are common to most maps. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use Students will look at different types of maps. Students will learn how they are similar and how they are different, and why they are different. Students will apply this knowledge to a couple of unseen maps. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Compass, Cardinal Points, Angles and Navigation
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Compass, Cardinal Points, Angles and Navigation

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You will learn how a compass works. You will understand what magnetic north is, and how it is used to navigate using cardinal points and angles. Then you will apply your knowledge to a trip across the Roman Empire. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson will introduce students to the concept of a compass, why it works, and what magnetic north, cardinal points and angles are. This knowledge will then be applied to a journey across the Roman Empire. A conceptual understanding test is also included. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
History and Geography Skills Bundle - Maps; compass, grid ref., contours, scale, symbols, projections.
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History and Geography Skills Bundle - Maps; compass, grid ref., contours, scale, symbols, projections.

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Welcome to the History and Geography Skills bundle - Maps. This bundle teaches students everything they need to know to use maps effectively over 8 complete lessons. The bundle comprises 8 ppts, 8 lesson plans, 8 sets of resources, 8 worksheets, 8 comprehension tests totaling 40 documents in all, that investigate: Compasses, cardinal points, angles and how to navigate. How to use contours to show height on maps. How to use Grid References. Why we have different projections. How to use symbols to show information How time, space and place are shown on maps. Why there are different types of maps. How to use scale. Content This bundle includes 8 lessons. Each lesson contains 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). With this bundle you get 40 documents to use in your teaching. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Grid References and how to use them
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Grid References and how to use them

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How do we navigate around the world? What is a grid reference. How does it work? How and why do we use them? What are eastings and northings? Students will be able to apply grid references in their own life. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) powerpoint presentation, 2) resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is designed to encourage students to learn what is a grid reference and apply it in their own life. They will then apply this skill to an excavation to uncover facts about a Saxon the past. Then they will use grid references to learn about and navigate a map. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Showing Time, Space and Place on Maps
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Showing Time, Space and Place on Maps

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Maps depict different things, sometimes historical landscapes, sometimes information on where to find services, sometimes information on terrain. Students will look at different examples to try to understand how and why maps show different things. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use Students will be introduced (or reminded) of the different concepts of time, space and place. They will investigate how different types of maps relate different types of information. They will also apply this knowledge to a map to work out what elements of time, space and place are present. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Causes of the Black Death
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Causes of the Black Death

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Its 1348 and a new disease is killing people in huge numbers but what is the cause? Find out what people thought caused the Black Death, and what these ideas say about belief, medicine and prejudice in the Medieval world. Find out what actually happened by engaging in individual or group work to identify the causes of the plague from different perspectives. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is designed to encourage students to inquire using different perspectives. It focuses on gathering and synthesizing information to reach a series of justified conclusions depending on the perspective used. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Map Bias and Projections
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Map Bias and Projections

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Using different projections of the world students will be asked how reality can be portrayed in different ways. They will understand why different projections are used and the problems and advantages that come with portraying a 3D world in 2D. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use Students will be introduced to a series of different map projections, along with the reasons for their differences. They will then engage in a work task to evaluate what projection is most suitable for a particular task before evaluating the usefulness of a range of projections in real life situations. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
The Virtual Excavation
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The Virtual Excavation

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A bewildering sight will confront students. A large green field with some lumps and bumps in it. Using grid references students will dig beneath the surface to discover what lies underneath in this one or two lesson graded activity. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use Students will work on an excavation which they will interpret using the objects that they find. They will find out what the site was and who used it and how. Students will also take a comprehension test to asses how well they performed in the task. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Lost Landscapes and how to find them
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Lost Landscapes and how to find them

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Landscapes get lost to history. In this graded task, students will explore one such missing landscape in Wiltshire (UK) over one or two lessons. Students will use a map key to identify relevant information they will use to create and evaluate a pre-historic landscape. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This is a GIS exercise for students to try and understand the different components of a map, select those that are relevant and then use that to rebuild a lost landscape. This can be graded and can be run over one or more lessons. It also includes a comprehension test for students to assess their own progress. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Battle of Hastings a Battlefield Analysis
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Battle of Hastings a Battlefield Analysis

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The Battle of Hastings will be investigated by looking at the topography of Senlac Hill. Students will be challenged to understand how the battle was fought over the battlefield in a graded activity that can be run over one or two lessons. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is focused on one task, understanding the physical geography of the Battle of Hastings - Senlac Hill by looking at the positions each army took. There is also a comprehension test so students can evaluate how well they did in their work. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Battle of Hastings, revision game
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Battle of Hastings, revision game

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It is 1066 and the Battle of Hastings is about to be fought on Senlac Hill. Get ready to use your knowledge of the Battle of Hastings to fight for the crown of England. Apply your knowledge in a Historical battle to the top of Senlac Hill for 4 players. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is designed to encourage students to review, research an apply their knolwedge on the Battle of hastings in a fun trivia game. It focuses on applying learnt knowledge to recap and understand taught content. This lesson runs as a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Norman History Bundle - Claimants, Battle of Hastings, Source Work, Feudalism and a mini assessment.
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Norman History Bundle - Claimants, Battle of Hastings, Source Work, Feudalism and a mini assessment.

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Welcome to the Norman History bundle. This bundle teaches students everything they need to know to use maps effectively over 5-6 complete lessons. The bundle comprises 5 ppts, 5 lesson plans, 5 sets of resources, 5 worksheets, 5 comprehension tests totaling 25 documents in all, that investigate: Claimants to the English Throne. Battle of Hastings mini game. Perspectives on the Battle of Hastings. What is Feudalism. Battle of Hastings mini assessment. Content This bundle includes 8 lessons. Each lesson contains 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). With this bundle you get 25 documents to use in your teaching. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Three Kings; Who should be King in 1066
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Three Kings; Who should be King in 1066

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It is 1066 and the claimants to the English throne are gathering. Armies are bing massed for one of the most important successions Britain has ever seen. But what claims did these contenders have? Find out who was the rightful king by looking at each claimants claims carefully, before throwing your weight to help you chosen candidate become King of Britain. . Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and it is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is designed to encourage students to run inquire into how different claimants could claim the same throne. Students will be required to collate and then synthesize their evidence to understand who the rightful King actually was at the Battle of Hastings. It focuses on using perspective to understand why different Kings might create different claims. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
What is Feudalism and how does it work?
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What is Feudalism and how does it work?

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Most of the country (Medieval Britain) is living a harsh life working on making profit for the nobility. But why? how did this system come to be established and just how did it work? Find out what actually happened by engaging in active group work to identify who benefited and who did not in the Feudal world. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and iis ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use This lesson is designed to encourage students to inquire using 4 key information points before engaging in additional research. It focuses on gathering and synthesizing information to reach a series of justified conclusions. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.
Map Symbols and Keys and how to use them
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Map Symbols and Keys and how to use them

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Students will understand why map makers use abstract symbols to show different types of information, and will become familiar with some common symbols. Students will also create and use their own map symbols. Content This lesson is designed to work with MYP, KS3, NCSS standards and is ready to go straight out the box. This lesson includes the following files; 1) Powerpoint presentation, 2) Resource sheets, 3) worksheets, 4) comprehension test, 5) a lesson plan (MYP aligned). How to Use Students will be taught what kinds of symbols are used on a map, and why symbols are used on a map. Students will have to apply their knowledge to an interpretation of a Qin map. They will then be tested on their understanding of different OS map symbols. This lesson can run either as an individual task or a group activity. A model lesson structure is outlined in the lesson plan. This also provides actively provides opportunities for SEN and LEx differentiation. Who Should Buy This This lesson can be used by anyone, but it is designed to be taught out of the box. It is best suited to a new teacher or a teacher who wants everything done with no input from themselves. I strongly advise looking at the units bundles if you want to build on each lessons topics sequentially. If you are a more experienced teacher then check out the resource packs for use in history lessons. Feedback Please comment positively and negatively on this resource if you download it. I revise resources using the feedback I get so you get a resource that works better for you.