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Edexcel: 33: Witch hunts: Depth 3: Bamberg: Overview / Introduction

Edexcel: 33: Witch hunts: Depth 3: Bamberg: Overview / Introduction

This lesson starts with a task focussing on typicality of the witch hunts. Pupils then complete a witch hunt as if they were at Bamberg, so considering how similar this is to Depth 1 and 2. Teacher given information about the geographical background of Bamberg, and the religious background, and some context. To end, pupils complete a timeline of the trials.
sambennett
Edexcel: 1C Britain: Imperial Expansion: East India Company and the Triangular Trade

Edexcel: 1C Britain: Imperial Expansion: East India Company and the Triangular Trade

This lesson is aimed mainly at Edexcel, but can be adapted for other courses. Access to the course textbook is recommended. This lesson will cover about 3 hours of class time. Starter recap of other expansion methods - crossword - answers included. Then understanding of the existing knowledge pupils have on these two more known topic areas, before background video and teacher summary of the EICo. Guided timeline creation before class feedback. Definition and then map work on the Triangular Trade, followed by considering the justification for the trade, and then a video about the slave trade and how Britain became involved. Straight forward Q and A task. Summary tasks at the end, bringing all the 5 elements of Imperial Expansion together.
sambennett
Edexcel: 1C Britain: Imperial Expansion: Anglo-Dutch Rivalry

Edexcel: 1C Britain: Imperial Expansion: Anglo-Dutch Rivalry

This lesson is aimed mainly at Edexcel, but can be adapted for other courses. Access to the course textbook is recommended. Pupils start with a background video about the Anglo-Dutch relations. Then a guided timeline, with answers before an exam question with sources from the textbook.
sambennett
Edexcel: 1C Britain: Imperial Expansion

Edexcel: 1C Britain: Imperial Expansion

This lesson is aimed mainly at Edexcel, but can be adapted for other courses. Access to the course textbook is recommended. This lesson will cover about 2 hours of class time. This is an introduction lesson the the Imperial Expansion section of the exam board SOW, and also covers North America and Jamaica, and the Navigation Acts. Definition starter, pupil Q and A looking at a source before a video overview, and introduction to the 5 key areas. Information given to pupils about North America, tasks for Jamaica and Navigation Acts before a simple whole class summary on the board.
sambennett
The Spanish Armada

The Spanish Armada

An information powerpoint that explains the reasons for the Armada and its outcomes, There are two clips - a Horrible Histories and the Dan Snow Armada attached. There are also recap questions which are good for a less able class/set.
newjobjane
14) Walter Raleigh and the colonisation of Virginia - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

14) Walter Raleigh and the colonisation of Virginia - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated card sets on Raleigh's exploration Topic summary sheets Introduction: What do you think you'd need to colonise a country? What problems might you face? Recap who was Walter Raleigh and how did he raise the money he needed? Card sort on Raleigh's preparation Using the textbook, make notes on the four main areas why the colonisation failed What were the consequences? Roanarke expedition Plenary: How far do you agree with the statement?
BenPhilcox
13) Elizabethan Exploration and Drake - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

13) Elizabethan Exploration and Drake - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Drake information sheet Drake sheet to complete Topic summary sheet Introduction: Can you link any of the pictures together? Main: Spider diagram for why exploration was becoming more popular Add in answers on the board to your spider diagrams Who was Francis Drake? Use the information sheets to complete your A3 sheets on Drake's exploration Progress check Plenary: Tweet It!
BenPhilcox
12) Attitudes to the poor in Elizabethan England- GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

12) Attitudes to the poor in Elizabethan England- GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Topic summary sheet Government laws information sheet Causes for poverty information sheets Introduction: Stick man activity Main: Add key definitions to book Class activity on who were the poor in Elizabethan England Use differentiated resources to research four main causes of poverty Progress check - exam question Explain key features of acts put in place to deal with the issue of poverty True or false based on summary sheet
BenPhilcox
11) Leisure in the Elizabethan era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

11) Leisure in the Elizabethan era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Introduction: How many differences can you think of between the rich and the poor Main: What different activities do you think different social groups may have done? Sport or pastime activity Research leisure activities in the Elizabethan era, recording the information in a table Progress check: How varied were the activities for the different social groups? Debate tennis Plenary: Complete the gaps in the summary sheets using the words on the board
BenPhilcox
10) Education in the Elizabethan Era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

10) Education in the Elizabethan Era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated sources on Elizabethan England Introduction: Source inference activity Main: Explain what an Elizabethan timetable at school was like Research what education was like in Elizabethan schools, using differentiated sets of sources. Reflect on did everything change Plenary: How far do you agree with the statement "Did everything change for education"?
BenPhilcox