The Ultimate "Transition Week" Package

The Ultimate "Transition Week" Package

A well prepared ppt presentation with a long booklet and many other activities to keep your students occupied for thee consecutive lessons. By the end of these introduction lessons your students will be able to explain what is: Chronology, Anachronism, Centuries, BCE and CE as well as BC and AD. At the same time the students will be able to turn centuries into years and vice versa.
MrFokion
Structured Essay on Israeli  and Palestinian Conflict Since 1948.

Structured Essay on Israeli and Palestinian Conflict Since 1948.

This study explains the Topic: Why has it been so difficult to bring peace between Israel and the Palestinians since 1948?. The study is chronologically arranged to educate students on the how to write a structured essay on the topic.The resource uses narrative and argumentative technique to explain the topic as a guide to writing Paper 4 History IGCSE.
geo_pal2000
Jack the Ripper Evidence Pack

Jack the Ripper Evidence Pack

Student Work Book with questions based on the evidence booklet. Evidence booklet contain original photographs the original victims, timelines of their lives and witness statements of their last movements. All original sources included such as doctor’s reports and location of where they were found. Used with a Year 8 class with a focus on using sources to compile a profile of Jack the Ripper. LO - to understand who the victims were LO - to find similarities and differences between the victims. LO - to analyse the evidence to build a profile
eleanorcknowles
9-1 Anglo Saxon  and Norman England: Motte and Bailey Castles Revision Sheet

9-1 Anglo Saxon and Norman England: Motte and Bailey Castles Revision Sheet

GCSE Anglo Saxon and Norman England 1060-87 New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Can be used for AQA, Edexcel, OCR or iGCSE exam boards. Revision/summary sheet covering the use of Motte and Bailey castles by William, discusses the reasons for building castles, key features of Motte and Bailey’s and the importance of their use to William. Part of sub topic of Securing Control of England Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome!
MrThorntonTeach
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
morlem
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
morlem
Key Events of the Vietnam War

Key Events of the Vietnam War

This is an entire fully resourced scheme of work covering every major event of the Vietnam War. Linked with Edexcel GCSE scheme but could be used for KS3! 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
morlem
Vietnam War Wall Display

Vietnam War Wall Display

A colour coded wall display to help students engage with / understand the complexities and Geography of the Vietnam War. **Included: A3 Map to print off. 16 significant events of the Vietnam War. Each are colour coded: Short term causes Long term causes events of the war Tactics End of the Vietnam War. ** Fantastic for understand GCSE but also KS3 to simplify for younger students. You may require string to link up some of the events to locations. I have included a map but you may wish to purchase your own.
morlem
KS3 History, Why were Vietcong tactics so successful?

KS3 History, Why were Vietcong tactics so successful?

KS3 History The Cold War, Superpowers, The Vietnam War Fully resources lesson investigating Vietcong tactics and their success Students look at the who the Vietcong were, guerilla warfare and the range of tactics they used: Booby Traps, The Ho Chi Minh Trail and Tunnels alongside their use of Hit and Run tactics. Includes a visual hexagon activity, 16 MQ judgement paragraph and getting students to create their own booby trap. GCSE focus on causation, significance and 16 MQ Exam question Links perfectly to 9 1 GCSE History, can serve as an excellent base for development at KS4 All lesson activities and resources included. Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
7 of 8: Activists and radicals on Tyneside

7 of 8: Activists and radicals on Tyneside

Chapter 7 of 8: Activists and radicals on Tyneside KS2: Prioritising information, researching, biographies, posters and banners in history (Reading, Art) KS3: Arranging a timeline of events, researching biographies, identifying artistic influences (Art, History, Maths, PSHE) This is one section of our larger Freedom City Comics learning framework. To download all resources in one file, please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/freedom-city-comics-learning-framework-11919380 This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. Freedom City Comics is our free comics anthology presenting snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. It was created as part of Freedom City 2017. Contributors for this chapter: • ‘Brick’, working with project lead Matthew Grenby • Managing editor is Britt Coxon; Editor in chief is Lydia Wysocki. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki.
lyd_w
3 of 8: Freedom from slavery

3 of 8: Freedom from slavery

Chapter 3 of 8: Freedom from slavery Olaudah Equiano, Frederick Douglass KS2: Equiano’s visit to the North East. Timeline of events, stage play, maps and distances (Reading, Writing, Literacy, History, Maths) KS2: Douglass’s friends in the North East. Researching biographies, researching anti-slavery, modern slavery Reading, Writing, Literacy, History KS3: Boycott tactics, biographies of abolitionists, formal letter writing, speechwriting (History, English) This is one section of our larger Freedom City Comics learning framework. To download all resources in one file, please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/freedom-city-comics-learning-framework-11919380 This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. Freedom City Comics is our free comics anthology presenting snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. It was created as part of Freedom City 2017. Contributors for this chapter: • Patrice Aggs, working with researcher Brycchan Carey • Managing editor is Britt Coxon; Editor in chief is Lydia Wysocki. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki.
lyd_w
Freedom City Comics learning framework

Freedom City Comics learning framework

Freedom City Comics presents snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. Each chapter focuses on a different era of the history of people and events in Newcastle and the North East. In addition to the free 16-page comic (https://research.ncl.ac.uk/fccomics/readthecomic/), we’ve worked with teachers to make this learning framework for KS2 and KS3. All the activities are designed as springboards for your own projects, lessons, and activities. This learning framework includes: outlines of suggested activities suggested links to National Curriculum KS2 and KS3, including ‘I Can…’ statements printable resources including: storyboard templates, writing frames, archive materials, biographical factfiles artists’ draft pages, to give young comics creators a look behind the scenes of how Freedom City Comics was made. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki. This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. The 7 chapters of Freedom City Comics are linked by the themes of freedom highlighted by Dr Martin Luther King Jr in his 1967 Newcastle speech: “There are three urgent and indeed great problems that we face not only in the United States of America but all over the world today. That is the problem of racism, the problem of poverty and the problem of war…” -Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Speech on Receipt of Honorary Doctorate in Civil Law, November 13, 1967, University of Newcastle upon Tyne Made as part of Freedom City 2017, our 16-page comic is a collaboration between comics artist-writers and academic researchers. Full credits and the full digital comic are available FREE to read on our project website https://research.ncl.ac.uk/fccomics/, as well as individual chapters.
lyd_w
KS3 Elizabeth I

KS3 Elizabeth I

Full scheme of work consisting of 9 lessons exploring the reign of Elizabeth I. All lessons fully differentiated and designed to embed skills required for the reformed GCSE’s. Topics in order of teaching are: Who was Elizabeth? Who should marry Elizabeth? Poverty and the poor laws Education Entertainment Mary Queen of Scots - whats the problem? Mary Queen of Scots - plots and execution Armada - causes Armada - events narrative account
ellie_ryl
Elizabethan England: Poverty and the Poor Laws

Elizabethan England: Poverty and the Poor Laws

WALT: Investigate poverty in Tudor England. Level 3: Identify reasons people live in poverty today. Level 4: Describe reasons people lived in poverty in Tudor England. Level 5: Explain why categories were needed to cope with the poor and what those categories were. Level 6: Evaluate how fair these categories were, give reasons why.
ellie_ryl
The Big Story of British Medicine in WW1 Revision Timeline

The Big Story of British Medicine in WW1 Revision Timeline

GCSE British Medicine Through Time New Specification Grades 9-1 Can be used for AQA, Edexcel, OCR or iGCSE exam boards. Revision activity sheet covering the historic environment ‘Medicine on the British Sector of the Western Front’ from the British Medicine Through Time thematic study. Timeline activity for key dates across the history, focusing on battles, treatment and care in the trenches Covers all the core dates/events from the whole topic. Perfect for an overview of British Medicine Print on A3 for maximum benefit Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome!
MrThorntonTeach
KS3 WW2 bundle

KS3 WW2 bundle

This unit of work has been created to embed and develop skills required at KS4 within KS3 written responses. Skills developed include source work (Interpretations and sources) as well as narrative account, consequences, and PEEL paragraphs. Bundle includes lessons about: D-Day Defeat of France Hitler’s defeat Invasion of Poland Operation Barbarossa Pearl Harbour The Blitz WW2 Dictators
ellie_ryl
Jack the Ripper SoW: Whitechapel, Police and the Ripper

Jack the Ripper SoW: Whitechapel, Police and the Ripper

Fully resourced Scheme of Work on Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel and Policing. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 9 - Rippers Change & Continuity

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 9 - Rippers Change & Continuity

Edited to include Powerpoint and Flipchart Version The ninth lesson in a scheme of nine. Students observe changes and continuities in the way that policing over time has happened. They use this example to observe changes and continuities in the police handling of the Yorkshire Ripper investigation to find similarities and come to an overall conclusion whether Jack the Ripper would have been caught today. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 7 & 8 - Police Troubles

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 7 & 8 - Police Troubles

Edited to include Powerpoint and Flipchart Versions The seventh and eighth lessons in a scheme of 9. Students are shown letters sent by the police to each other to infer the ways they tried to capture Jack the Ripper making a judgement on their effectiveness. Students also consider the geography of London, social factors and newspapers for how they also hindered their investigations. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 6 - The Peelers

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 6 - The Peelers

The sixth lesson in a scheme of 9. Students are shown a general history of policing from 1000-1829. They then explore the reasons for the creation of the Metropolitan Police and the reasons why people didn’t trust the police. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 4 & 5 - Who was the Ripper?

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 4 & 5 - Who was the Ripper?

Updated to include Powerpoint and Flipchart versions of lessons The fourth and fifth lessons in a scheme of 9. Students are shown potential suspects of Jack the Ripper comparing it with an FBI profile of the suspect. An exploration into secondary sources is included to develop source understanding . Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 3 - Eyewitnesses

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 3 - Eyewitnesses

Updated to include Powerpoint and Flipchart Versions The third lesson in a scheme of 9. Students are shown eyewitness accounts to work out a potential profile for the killer and the reasons they may be unreliable. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 2 - Victims

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 2 - Victims

Edited to include Powerpoint and Flipchart versions of lesson The second lesson in a scheme of 9. Students are shown verbal records to infer the reasons behind prostitution in Whitechapel and coroner reports on the victims of Jack the Ripper to work out a potential profile for the killer. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 1 - Introducing Whitechapel

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 1 - Introducing Whitechapel

Updated to include Powerpoint & Flipchart version Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
KS3 D-Day (WW2)

KS3 D-Day (WW2)

WALT: Explain why the Axis forces were defeated at D-Day. Level 3: Identify hidden messages in US propaganda. Level 4: Describe the key events of the D-Day invasion. Level 5: Explain why Allied tactics lead to success. Level 6: Compare the Allies and German tactics to explain why the Allies won. Pupils analyse a source, follow a carousel to create the battle plan shown as the cover image, then read a source to compare British and German weaponry before creating a newspaper article about the invasion.
ellie_ryl
Royal Wedding Maths Lesson

Royal Wedding Maths Lesson

**L.O: **I can apply my mathematics skills to practical problem solving. S.C I can choose the perfect wedding venue using my knowledge of area and perimeter. I can find the correct measurements for the wedding cake using my knowledge of shapes I can select the cheapest option out of two given options. I can apply all my mathematical skills effectively. I can present my work at a high standard. I can work effectively and collaboratively in a group. Curriculum Links: Number: • Solve number and practical problems that recognising numbers, addition, multiplication and division. • Solve addition and subtraction multi-step problems in contexts, deciding which operations and methods to use and why. Geometry: • Illustrate and name parts of circles, including radius, diameter and circumference and know that the diameter is twice the radius. • To be able to work out the perimeter, area, circumpherence, diameter and the volume of shapes. Ratio and proportion: • Solve problems involving unequal sharing and grouping using knowledge of fractions and multiples. Following the latest news report that Meghan Markle’s dad has had to pull out of the wedding, I have created a maths lesson for Year 6. As their SATs are finished it would be nice for them to start project like activites. This puts the pupils in place of the wedding planner meaning that they have to use a range of mathematical skills. They work in groups and give a formal presentation at the end explaining their working out and the reasons for making the choices they have. They will do this lesson Friday so there is an emphasis of there only being one day left so they have to work quickly and efficiently. I hope you enjoy this! I have attached a detailed lesson plan which makes everything clear.
shannon_kavanagh
Holocaust -  Nazi Propaganda

Holocaust - Nazi Propaganda

This is a lesson I designed for an OFSTED inspection in 2014. The lesson is more catered for KS3 students that are learning about the Holocaust and Nazi Propaganda and at the same time developing skills associated with History.
BattleAxe1066
Elizabethan England: Tudor Entertainment

Elizabethan England: Tudor Entertainment

Whole lesson aimed at KS3 exploring Elizabethan/Tudor entertainment. Pupils examine an image of bear baiting and infer what they think is happening they read a source and add to/alter their description they self assess it they explore other types of entertainment finally they apply their knowledge by creating a poster for a spectator-fest in their Tudor village WALT: Explore methods of entertainment available in Elizabethan England. Level 3: Infer what you can learn from a source. Level 4: Describe types of entertainment available in Tudor England. Level 5: Explain why these sports were dangerous. Level 6: Evaluate which sport was most popular and compare why you think this is the case.
ellie_ryl
Early Elizabethan England Revision Bundle inc. Mock (Edexcel 9-1)

Early Elizabethan England Revision Bundle inc. Mock (Edexcel 9-1)

This revision bundle covers the content required to revise Paper Two of Early Elizabethan England (Edexcel 9-1). Sessions included in this bundle: Key people (Elizabeth, Walsingham, Mary QoS) Life and problems (poverty, education, entertainment) Plots against Elizabeth (Ridolfi, Babington, Throckmorton, Northern Earls, Armada) Exploration (Drake and Raleigh with exam practice) Full mock also included
ellie_ryl
GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: Norman changes to government

GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: Norman changes to government

GCSE Anglo Saxon and Norman England New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Could be used for Edexcel, AQA, WJEC, OCR etc. Full lesson investigating how the Normans changed or kept parts of the Anglo Saxon system of government Focus on centralisation of power, reducing power of Earls, Regents, Shire Reeves and the Forest Laws. Discussion of change and continuity in governance, leading to a return to the 16 Mark Question on power. All lesson activities and resources included. Part of Anglo Saxon and Norman England 3, Norman England Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: The Feudal System

GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: The Feudal System

GCSE Anglo Saxon and Norman England New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Could be used for Edexcel, AQA, WJEC, OCR etc. Full lesson investigating how William introduced Feudal System as a method of control, looking at the key features and importance of this method in improving Williams control, with a focus on a 16 Mark Question All lesson activities and resources included. Part of Anglo Saxon and Norman England 3, Norman England Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: The Normanisation of the Church

GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: The Normanisation of the Church

GCSE Anglo Saxon and Norman England New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Could be used for Edexcel, AQA, WJEC, OCR etc. Full lesson investigating how the church in England was Normanised, looking at the problems in the Anglo Saxon Church, Lanfranc’s appointment and students complete a roadmap to show the Normanisation of the Church All lesson activities and resources included. Part of Anglo Saxon and Norman England 3, Norman England Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: Story so far Topic 1

GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: Story so far Topic 1

GCSE Anglo Saxon and Norman England New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Could be used for Edexcel, AQA, WJEC, OCR etc. Retrieval word fill that covers Topic 1 of the Edexcel course: Anglo Saxon Society, Politics, Power, The Godwins, Embassy to Normandy, Tostigs Rebellion, Succession Crisis, Fulford Gate, Stamford Bridge and the Battle of Hastings Print on A3 paper for students to complete Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: The revolt against Earl Tostig

GCSE 9-1 Anglo Saxon & Norman England: The revolt against Earl Tostig

GCSE Anglo Saxon and Norman England New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Could be used for Edexcel, AQA, WJEC, OCR etc. Full lesson discussing the causes and events of the revolt against Earl Tostig, 1065. Looks at the events which are analysed/summarised and use Alphonse the Camel as a concrete example to introduce the cause for the rebellion. Can be used as a lead upto 12 mark question. All lesson activities and resources included. Part of Anglo Saxon and Norman England 1 Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension between East and West, 1945–1972 - The Origins of the Cold War

AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension between East and West, 1945–1972 - The Origins of the Cold War

AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension between East and West, 1945–1972 - The Origins of the Cold War • The end of the Second World War: Yalta and Potsdam Conferences; the division of Germany; contrasting attitudes and ideologies of the USA and the USSR, including the aims of Stalin, Churchill, Roosevelt, Attlee and Truman; effect of the dropping of the atom bomb on post-war superpower relations. •The Iron Curtain and the evolution of East-West rivalry: Soviet expansion in East Europe; US policies; the Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan, their purpose and Stalin’s reaction; Cominform; Comecon; Yugoslavia; the Berlin Blockade and Airlift.
liam0001
The Berlin Blockade, Berlin Airlift and NATO

The Berlin Blockade, Berlin Airlift and NATO

AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension between East and West, 1945–1972 - The Origins of the Cold War Describe the events of the Berlin Blockade and Airlift. Explain the attitude of the Western Allies and the USSR towards Berlin post-World War Two. Lesson Objective: how far did the events in Berlin affect superpower tensions?
liam0001