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Edexcel GCSE Early Elizabethan England Complete Unit of Work

Edexcel GCSE Early Elizabethan England Complete Unit of Work

Everything needed to successfully teach the early Elizabethan England course, This bundle includes 19 enquiry based lessons. Each lesson includes a powerpoint presentation with a step by step guide and activities, high quality worksheets, engaging activities, exam questions and support material.
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Edexcel GCSE Early Elizabethan England Unit 3

Edexcel GCSE Early Elizabethan England Unit 3

Everything needed to teach the final unit of the Early Elizabethan England Unit 3. If you are familiar with our lessons you will know that each enquiry includes high-quality resources, exam style questions and tips, differentiated activities and clear step by step instructions. No textbook required.
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Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Early Elizabethan England : Lesson 18 Why did attempts to colonise Virginia fail?

Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Early Elizabethan England : Lesson 18 Why did attempts to colonise Virginia fail?

Students learn about the two failed attempts to colonise Virginia. They analyse the decisions made on each voyage and critics these before creating a guide book for people wanting to undertake a successful voyage to the New World. This sets them to answer the lesson's question (a 16 mark exam question). There is also a homework activity. As always there are step by step instruction, high-quality differentiated resources and exam support. This lesson concludes the Unit of Work. I'll be uploading exam support material during the Christmas holiday so keep your eyes on my page for details.
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History Quiz  Christmas theme 2017

History Quiz Christmas theme 2017

History Quiz covering topics including: Norman Conquest, Christendom, Magna Carta, Black Death, Interregnum, Industrial Revolution. Ideal for end of term activity. Loosely linked to Christmas. The Quiz will run itself so the teacher can join in the festivities. This fact based activity can also act as a revision lesson for these topics.
TommyC82
Edexcel: 1C Britain: Ferment of Ideas: Scientific Revolution

Edexcel: 1C Britain: Ferment of Ideas: Scientific Revolution

This lesson is aimed mainly at Edexcel, but can be adapted for other courses. Access to the course textbook is recommended. Starter is deciphering pictograms to recap the religious developments that identified Religious non-conformity after the Restoration, answers are on the slides. Pupils are then introduced to the idea of the Scientific Revolution, and a student made video about what it is. Then source analysis about the changes that will/did happen in the Scientific Revolution. Pupils are then given a basic handout of the next few slides, and the teacher explains the actual scientific changes that occurred during this time (if you are unfamiliar with them, you may want to look them up in a little more detail before teaching this lesson). Pupils then have a missing word sheet about the Royal Society, before watching a video about the Royal Society. Pupils then summarise and discuss the impact of the Scientific Revolution.
sambennett
Edexcel: 1C Britain: Restoration to Revolution

Edexcel: 1C Britain: Restoration to Revolution

This lesson is aimed mainly at Edexcel, but can be adapted for other courses. Access to the course textbook is recommended. Pupils consider the different issues between Charles II and Parliament once the restoration has occurred. Pupils begin with a quick reminder about the Restoration through the video: restoration of the stuart monarchy. Pupils then consider the type of person Charles II was, and how this might cause issues, before going into some role play to discuss the issues at hand. Some information about the Restoration Settlement is given and discussed, before pupils then consider the different specific areas of issue and complete a guided table on this. Pupils then summarise a passage of reading on some of the issues for Charles using poetry, before showing their understanding through pictionary.
sambennett
Edexcel: 1C Britain: Changing structure of society during the Interregnum or Protectorate

Edexcel: 1C Britain: Changing structure of society during the Interregnum or Protectorate

This lesson is aimed mainly at Edexcel, but can be adapted for other courses. Access to the course textbook is recommended. Pupils go through a number of different tasks, aimed to look at the different changes in society throughout the Interregnum of 1649-1660. Pupils begin with a focus on the poor, the different types, and the main methods used to aid them, considering sources and using the textbook to identify the main changes made. The teacher then introduces the Radar Graph task, and using three colours, pupils are to fill it in. This is guided by the teacher in the first instance, with basics for each of the 5 main areas on the powerpoint, before pupils work independently to complete the task using the course textbook (page guidance is given). This should take at least 2 hours to complete fully, before pupils are then guided to an exam question that can be completed in lesson or as homework to consolidate understanding.
sambennett
Edexcel: 1C Britain:  the role of Oliver Cromwell

Edexcel: 1C Britain: the role of Oliver Cromwell

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 quick reminder of who Oliver Cromwell was, then decipher pictograms that summarise Cromwell's early life. Pupils analyse a source to consider Cromwell's motives and beliefs, before watching a video that considers how Cromwell becomes the Lord Protector, with guided questions. Pupils then create a short presentation on how Oliver Cromwell was once in power, and the 4 key areas that he affects.
sambennett
Edexcel: 1C Britain: Growth of Religious Non-Conformity during the English Civil War

Edexcel: 1C Britain: Growth of Religious Non-Conformity during the English Civil War

This lesson is aimed mainly at Edexcel, but can be adapted for other courses. Access to the course textbook is recommended. Pupils start by filling in the missing words to identify each of the different religious groups around during the English Civil War, answers are on the powerpoint. Then there is a focus on Presbyterianism, starting with a video with guided focus points, and a bit of background on early Presbyterianism. Pupils then consider the impact of the ECW on religious radicalism, and consolidate with a comparison of different beliefs held by Presbyterians.
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