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War on Terror Why did the events of the 11th September 2001 shock the world?

War on Terror Why did the events of the 11th September 2001 shock the world?

LO: To be able to explain the events of the 11th September 2001. LO: To create a judgment of which factor is the most important for understanding why this terrorist attack shocked the world. MUST:Know the events of the 11th September 2001 and how they shocked the world. SHOULD: Be able explain how this event shocked the world through three key factors; Political, Social and Military. COULD:Create a television report which comes to a judgment of which is the most shocking factor.

By W17

Ho did the Khmer Rouge treat the Cambodian people?

Ho did the Khmer Rouge treat the Cambodian people?

In April 1975 the Khmer Rouge assumed control of Phnom Penh and immediately implemented policies including forced relocation of locals, identifying and killing particular groups of people including the educated and members of Lon Nol's army, forced work programs, expulsion of people of Vietnamese ethnicity, the use of starvation and torture as means of social control. This source-based activity is designed for NSW students of the Modern History Syllabus. Higher School Certificate course Peace & Conflict Option A: Conflict in Indochina

By WayneWoods

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Definitions of Crime 1900 - Present

Definitions of Crime 1900 - Present

A fully resourced and differentiated lesson about crime and changes of definitions of crimes between 1900 - present. Created as part of the Edexcel GCSE 1-9 Unit, Crime and Punishment.

By svreardon

Russia in Transition, c.1905-1917 WJEC (Wales) and EDUQAS

Russia in Transition, c.1905-1917 WJEC (Wales) and EDUQAS

A selection of resources looking at the key events between c.1905-1917, including: 1. Russia in 1894 - problems, autocracy and opposition 2. 1905 Revolution - causes, events, consequences 3. Impact of WWI 4. Provisional Government - March-September 1917 5. Bolshevik Revolution, October 1917

By wodewee

The Miner’s Strike 1984 Who was stronger- the government or the miners?

The Miner’s Strike 1984 Who was stronger- the government or the miners?

Learning Objectives: • To understand what tactics the miners and the government used. • To evaluate whether the government or the miners were stronger. Perfect for GCSE Protests unit or Crime, Punishment & protest Resources includes a worksheet that has a source activity, card sort activity and an evaluation as a plenary.

By Malarvilie

The Northern Ireland Conflict

The Northern Ireland Conflict

A detailed powerpoint on the Northern Ireland Conflict covering the historical context of it and its progression (including key events like The Easter Uprising). It also has key words down one side and easy navigation with a contents of ideas on each slide. The main organizations and groups involved are explained at the start and linked back to throughout the powerpoint. 77 slides

By SarahStubington

The Voyage of St Louis - Historical Refugee Event (Holocaust) and Modern comparisons

The Voyage of St Louis - Historical Refugee Event (Holocaust) and Modern comparisons

Looking at how refugees were turned away from sanctuary during the Holocaust, and reactions of the public to refugees in 1938. Links then to modern attitudes to refugees - useful start to a discussion about how we should handle the issue of refugees. Can slot in to Holocaust study or be a stand-alone topic for tutor etc, as long as a small amount of prior knowledge of Holocaust is present

By fw260

Post-War Tension in Vietnam

Post-War Tension in Vietnam

AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension in Asia, 1950-1975 - Escalation of Conflict in Vietnam. Describe the situation in Vietnam in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. Explain why the relations in Vietnam deteriorated in Vietnam. Lesson Objective: to what extent did the end of French colonial rule lead to the Vietnam War?

By liam0001

AQA America, 1920–1973 - Opportunity and Inequality: Post-War America

AQA America, 1920–1973 - Opportunity and Inequality: Post-War America

AQA GCSE History: America, 1920–1973 - Opportunity and Inequality • Post-war American society and economy: consumerism and the causes of prosperity; the American Dream; McCarthyism; popular culture, including Rock and Roll and television. • Racial tension and developments in the Civil Rights campaign in the 1950s and 1960s: Segregation laws; Martin Luther King and peaceful protests; Malcolm X and the Black Power Movement; Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1968. • America and the ‘Great Society': the social policies of Presidents Kennedy and Johnson relating to poverty, education and health; the development and impact of feminist movements in the 1960s and early 1970s, including the fight for equal pay; the National Organisation for Women, Roe v Wade (1973), the Supreme Court ruling on equal rights (1972) and opposition to Equal Rights Amendment.

By liam0001

McCarthyism, Witch-Hunts and the Second Red Scare in America

McCarthyism, Witch-Hunts and the Second Red Scare in America

AQA GCSE History: America, 1920–1973 - Opportunity and Inequality Describe what happened in the Second Red Scare. Explain the causes and consequences of the Second Red Scare. Lesson Objective: how successful was Senator McCarthy in encouraging the second ‘Red Scare’?

By liam0001