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Abrahamic Religions Bundle

Abrahamic Religions Bundle

FREE with code VALUEDCUSTOMER at the checkout. 5x Complete 1 hour lessons with Powerpoints, clips and worksheets, suitable for KS3/4, with a variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core, all differentiated to 3 or 4 levels. Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above. A look at the three Abrahamic religions, what unites them and who Abraham was. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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BBC Vikings documentary worksheet

BBC Vikings documentary worksheet

This worksheet accompanies the 2012 BBC documentary resented by Neil Oliver, Vikings Episode 1. The documentary focuses on building an understanding of the proto-Viking peoples of Scandinavia through an examination of archaeological evidence. It is designed for students of the NSW History K-10 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Stage 4 Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World The Vikings
WayneWoods
Halloween - The history of trick-or-treating - Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary

Halloween - The history of trick-or-treating - Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary

This four page Halloween inspired reading comprehension worksheet is complete with reading comprehension and vocabulary practice exercises. Students discover the origins of trick-or-treating, this fun and popular tradition, while consolidating the new knowledge and vocabulary through diligently designed fun and challenging activities. Hocus pocus bonus for the students are the amazing fun facts about trick-or-treating and Halloween.
kntonia
MEDICINE BINGO

MEDICINE BINGO

Good activity for revision Read the questions out and give the students the black and white bingo board
RachelRMA
Who was Galen?

Who was Galen?

A lesson introducing students to the work of Galen in the history of medicine. Can be done as a treasure hunt or information per table.
lwallett
Hidden History, Fact or Fiction?

Hidden History, Fact or Fiction?

Presentation designed to as a useful activity as a starter or plenary activity in History. 100 statements are given with roughly 50% of them being accepted as factually correct. Statements are in chronological order. Students are challenged to use historical skills, logic and reasoning to decide if the statement is “fact” or “fiction”. If the correct response is chosen you will hear an appropriate noise and be taken directly to the next challenge. If the wrong response is chosen you will be taken to an appropriate slide and invited to try again. There is also the option of setting a number of challenges without going to the answer to allow all members of the class to participate. The whole presentation contains 103 slides and hyperlinks are embedded throughout.
20JET12
Otzi: A voice from the past - A history CLIL lesson plan

Otzi: A voice from the past - A history CLIL lesson plan

Key information: • Teaching history in English at C1 level • Two 45-minute lessons • Student’s handouts + Teacher’s notes • English language support for both teacher and students Rationale: In these lessons, learners use the internet to research the story of Otzi, a natural human mummy discovered in the ice. Learners use, cross-check and evaluate information from different sources in order to make judgements and interpret historical events. Learners develop their awareness of the importance of identifying reliable sources of information and cross-checking facts. The lessons provide a rich context for raising awareness of and using the passive voice. Content objectives: To use and evaluate resources to make substantiated judgements and interpret historical events. Language objectives: To use the passive voice in sentences where the doer of the action is not so important or is unknown. These lessons have been designed to support teachers’ and learners’ use of English in the following contexts: • bilingual education • Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) • English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) • Content-Based Instruction (CBI) • English as a Second Language (ESL) • English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
CamEnglish
Spanish Conquest of the Americas

Spanish Conquest of the Americas

Unit of work on the Spanish Conquest of the Americas. Designed for students of the NSW History K-10 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Stage 4 Depth Study 6: Expanding Contacts Option 3: Spanish Conquest of the Americas Bundle includes: + Powerpoint - Aztec Society
WayneWoods
Ancient Civilizations, Collaborative Reaearch Project Unit Plan Bundle

Ancient Civilizations, Collaborative Reaearch Project Unit Plan Bundle

Students will be working collaboratively to research one of four ancient civilizations that have influenced our world today, while building their digital literacy and writing proficiency. Students will present their information to other groups in the form of a slide show using an application such as Microsoft PowerPoint or Google Slides. Each group will become an expert on one civilization, and will be teaching the other groups about their civilization. A series of PowerPoint presentations to guide research and facilitate discussions through higher-order thinking questions are provided in both Spanish and English. Rubrics are used to help students improve their writing proficiency by responding to daily prompts which facilitate the discussions. Teachers have the option of teaching the unit as a dual-language unit in Spanish and English or as English only. The unit can be taught in a social studies or language arts class. Covered civilizations include Maya, Inca, Aztec, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece and Mesopotamia.
EverythingELL