Lord Liverpool 1812-1827 Revision Notes

Lord Liverpool 1812-1827 Revision Notes

Revision notes for Lord Liverpool. Includes timeline of all key dates, including the significance of what happened and why it happened, and two essay plans based on the topic. Covers the economic revival after the Napoleonic Wars, the resurgance of radicalism and the origins of the Liberal Tories.
ryanfwilliams1
Y8 History KS3 Assessments 'The Industrial Revolution & The Emergence of Modern Britain''

Y8 History KS3 Assessments 'The Industrial Revolution & The Emergence of Modern Britain''

Two Y8 assessments for the Autumn term based on the Industrial Revolution & the emergence of modern Britain . Uses GCSE question starters and includes both markscheme. Assessment 1 Section A Describe the conditions for children working in factories. (5) Section B How far do you agree with this interpretation of the Industrial Revolution? (16+3) Assessment 2 Section A What was the purpose of Source A? Section B Explain why the Suffragettes and Suffragists were important in the development of women’s rights in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries? (9 marks) Student assessment sheets also include tips on how to answer the questions Mark schemes include indicative content as well as bands for marking Grade boundaries included
Histaldy
Y8 Autumn 1 homework booklet 'The Industrial Revolution' HISTORY KS3

Y8 Autumn 1 homework booklet 'The Industrial Revolution' HISTORY KS3

A homework booklet with 28 pages for the autumn first half term of year 8. The focus is on learning homework ready for a starter or exit quiz in lessons. Each homework comes with a revision activity as well. This terms homework focuses on the Industrial Revolution and includes: Contents Britain in 1750 Population explosion Beginnings of Revolution: The Agrarian Revolution Factory Fever: Steam power and new factory industries Factory Fever: Children & working conditions in factories Case Study: Ironbridge Transport: Turnpike trusts, roads, canals & railways What were the most significant inventions of the Industrial Revolution? The overall impact of the Industrial Revolution Instructions for pupils are: Each week in History, you will have a fact test on work you completed the week before in lessons. For homework revise the information on the topic which you learnt in your lesson and be ready to answer ten factual questions based on that work. To help you revise there are revision activities to do for each topic. At the start of each half term and new term in History you will have a fact test which covers ALL the topics you have studied so far. Use this homework booklet to revise for your factual tests. If you continually fail your factual tests (less than half marks) you will have to stay after school to retake your tests. Your teacher will be able to help you one to one to ensure you are learning.
Histaldy
History Final Examination Paper (Year 8)

History Final Examination Paper (Year 8)

All you need to test your students for the Year 8 History . Ppt presentation, quiz, revision activity and a long exam paper. The topics that are covered are: Industrial Revolution, British Empire and Slave Trade, American Revolution and French Revolution. The duration of the paper is 1 hour and 30 minutes. Get it you will not regret it!
MrFokion
Medicine through time mind maps

Medicine through time mind maps

Contains: Pre-historic Ancient Greek Ancient Egyptian Roman medicine Galen Medieval medicine Renaissance Vesalius Harvey Pare 19th Century medicine- disease 19th Century medicine- Doctors 19th Century medicine- Public health 19th Century medicine- Surgery 20th Century medicine- disease 20th Century medicine- Public health 20th Century medicine- Surgery Penicillin
mpercival1
Terry Deary - the Vile Victorians - 5 sessions of Guided Reading / whole class reading comprehension

Terry Deary - the Vile Victorians - 5 sessions of Guided Reading / whole class reading comprehension

A series of questions, answers and reading journal activity based around all areas of reading. Great alternative to SATs tests or written comprehensions. LOs To form and revise opinions about the Victorians To make comparisons between past and contemporary entertainment. To make comparisons between today and the past. To use skimming and scanning to find information for research. To gather information in order to write persuasively. To reflect on a completed text
MikeRichards
Body Snatchers: Medicine, Crime & Frankenstein

Body Snatchers: Medicine, Crime & Frankenstein

The early 19th Century saw many advances in science and medicine, in a time where scientific and religious ideas often clashed over what was morally correct. These ideas are explored in nineteenth century literature such as the novel Frankenstein, but the stories in the real world were often as shocking and brutal as the Gothic fantasy. This lesson explores the business of the grave robber and how they furthered the study of medicine through a grey area of the law. This lesson can be used as part of several fields of study for GCSE, including: Crime and Punishment History of Medicine/Health and the People Social Reform of the early 1800s Historical Context of ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. The confessions of Bishop and May describe their daily lives in great detail. The full confessions are twelve pages long each, and so have been presented as extracts to provide the most relevant sections describing one particular case. The initial task can be completed as group work, in carousel, or individually as its own lesson before moving on to the rest of the sources. Care should be taken in providing the source describing the murder to students. The final source shows the on going effects of the Act over twenty-five years later, asking students to consider these sources in the context of a larger narrative.
nationalarchives
19th Century Cholera

19th Century Cholera

An ideal resource to complement the Cholera topic within the Health and the People unit. Could be used as a homework, a revision tool or as a plenary.
richbailey64
IGCSE Medicine Knowledge Organiser

IGCSE Medicine Knowledge Organiser

Edexcel IGCSE Knowledge Organiser Full Course - 1848-1948 - Follows Edexcel textbook. Links at the top to video playlists, quizlet flash cards sets and example exam questions May want to delete the textbook link Sound not working, haven’t uploaded sound files. Can send if you want them - message me through here.
stbeachc01
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
The Triangular Trade (Slave Trade)

The Triangular Trade (Slave Trade)

A very interesting lesson starter with the ppt presentation. A filling the gaps activity,an activity to put statements into the correct order and match them with the correct pictures. A video activity and a map activity.
MrFokion
Why was slave trade and slavery abolished?

Why was slave trade and slavery abolished?

A long ppt presentation, with a lesson plan, a table and a set of cards about the reasons why the Slave trade was abolished. At the end of this two lessons ppt and class activities, there is a plan/template for an essay with the title: "Why was slave trade and slavery abolished?" You will spend three enjoyable lessons with your students where learning definitely will take place.
MrFokion
Crime and Punishment Edexcel GCSE - Whitechapel Revision Lesson

Crime and Punishment Edexcel GCSE - Whitechapel Revision Lesson

What: Revise key aspects of Whitechapel and the Jack the Ripper investigation, and use this to answer exam questions. How: Grades 1-4: Identify key details about Whitechapel and the Jack the Ripper investigation. Grades 5-6: Explain the links between Whitechapel and crime as well as the different factors affecting the police investigation of Jack the Ripper. Grades 7+: Evaluate the links between Whitechapel and crime as well as which was the greatest challenge in the police investigation. Complete stand-alone revision lesson containing all resources and worksheets required.
benjaminobaker2
Jack the Ripper Scheme of Work (3 lessons)

Jack the Ripper Scheme of Work (3 lessons)

Lesson 1 - Why were people so scared in Whitechapel in the Autumn of 1888? To identify key facts about Whitechapel and the Ripper murders To describe the conditions in Whitechapel during the 1880s and link this to the crime rate. To explain how the conditions helped Jack and investigate the victims of his crimes. Lesson 2- What did Jack the Ripper look like? To identify key facts about Jack the Ripper and his victims To describe what Jack the Ripper’s victims had in common To reach conclusions on the type of man Jack was and what he may have looked like Lesson 3 - Can we ever know who ‘Jack’ was?TO REACH A CONCLUSION ON WHO JACK THE RIPPER WAS… To use specific details from the evidence to reach a conclusion To reach a conclusion by comparing evidence and assessing its usefulness To reach a supported conclusion based on detailed evaluation of all of the evidence
benjaminobaker2
Children in the Mills

Children in the Mills

Students use a collection of primary sources to investigate conditions for children working in cotton mills during the Industrial Revolution. These demonstrate both positive and negative aspects. They are encouraged to consider the reliability of each source. They then write up their findings in a balanced government report, making critical use of the source material to reach an overall judgement on whether child labour should be banned. A writing frame is also included for weaker students.
katherinelroe
Who were the Luddites? (Industrial Revolution)

Who were the Luddites? (Industrial Revolution)

Learning Objectives: Grade 4: To reach a conclusion on if Luddism was mindless violence Grade 5/6: To explain both sides of the argument before you reach your conclusion Grade 7+: To evaluate both sides of the argument to reach a balanced conclusion
benjaminobaker2
What was it like to work in a factory? (Industrial Revolution)

What was it like to work in a factory? (Industrial Revolution)

Learning Objectives: By identifying good and bad points (Grade 4) By using sources to consider different opinions (Grade 5) By using sources to reach a balanced conclusion (Grade 6) By reaching a justified conclusion taking into account the author and purpose of the sources (Grades 7+) Why: to understand how the Industrial Revolution affected people
benjaminobaker2
Why did Britain’s population ‘explode’ between 1750-1900?

Why did Britain’s population ‘explode’ between 1750-1900?

Aim: To understand why the population exploded between 1750 and 1900 Grades 3/4: I can identify 2 or 3 reasons why the population exploded Grades 5/6: I can describe several reasons why the population exploded Grades 7+: I can explain several reasons why the population exploded and reach a judgment as to which was the most important
benjaminobaker2
What were conditions like in industrial towns?

What were conditions like in industrial towns?

Activities to develop the students’ understanding of conditions in industrial towns through source inference and analysis (cause and effect). Students then demonstrate their understanding through creating their own advisory poster to help people stay safe in a Victorian city.
katherinelroe
How Britain changed 1750-1900 (3 lessons)

How Britain changed 1750-1900 (3 lessons)

Three one-hour lessons with all activities explained on Power Point. The focus is on continuity and change between 1750-1900. Once students understand the basic changes which took place during the Industrial Revolution, they carry out more detailed research and analysis using the information provided. They also develop their knowledge of key terms for this unit via a homework and key terms test. The lessons end with an assessed piece of writing analysing areas of change and continuity (writing frame and mark sheet included)
katherinelroe
Industrial Revolution - Factory System -  Children's working conditions

Industrial Revolution - Factory System - Children's working conditions

A power point presentation with two different worksheets about the rules of the first appeared Factory system during the Industrial Revolution and about the working conditions of the children working in the factories. Lesson plan and sources are included. Useful pieces of Information can also be acquired from the ppt presentation.
MrFokion
Expansion, Trade and Industry Overview

Expansion, Trade and Industry Overview

This is an overview for KS3 students of the Industrial Revolution. It includes practice source questions modeled in the same way as the Edexcel GCSE papers and general overview tasks. This worksheet is for independent/enrichment/extension activity. It can be fully edited and differentiated for different abilities. The document is written in Word, is in A4 and is 6 pages long.
callum2310
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for Russia and the USSR 1917-41 Written in PowerPoint Topics Covered: Topic 1 - The early settlement of the West, C1835 - 1862 Topic 2 - Development of the Plains, c1862 - 1876 Topic 3 - Conflicts & Conquest, c1876 - 1895 (The reverse side of the placemat remains the same throughout this study unit). These interactive learning placemats were designed to meet the challenges of the new 9-1 GCSE. They build upon the successful Medicine Through Time Placemats that I previously designed (and which received 5* reviews by all who have purchased them up to the time of launching these new materials – see: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/9-1-edexcel-gcse-history-of-medicine-place-mat-question-structure-11627611 ). The new placemats have been identified as best practice during a ‘Challenge Partners’ review as well as being identified as best practice by other History teachers on the Olevi ‘Outstanding Teacher Programme’. The new design learning placemats support both teachers and students in addressing the: a) dramatic increase in the curriculum content needed for the different units b) support the need for increased literacy demands c) help students become familiar and more confident in recognising the correct response needed for the unprecedented number of different question styles The placemats are designed to be double sided. One side focuses on the CONTENT: providing an overview of key knowledge and understanding needed (this will change for each topic area within this GCSE unit). Every placemat across the GCSE range is designed to encourage greater understanding of: Historical Context - through timelines, picture prompts and key words Awareness of the ‘big picture’ so students can see how individual lessons fit into the unit and make clearer links between prior and future learning – through ‘Big Picture’ questions. Better Literacy – through selected ‘language for learning’ vocab box. Memory prompts to support revision – through the use of carefully selected images. Increased awareness of metacognition – through PME (Progress, Monitor and Evaluation Time) questions to encourage students to deconstruct their learning and identify key factors (eg. Social, economic, political) or key individuals and make links between features. A pictorial metacognition man with 5 question prompts will support student reflection. The reverse side contains guidance on EXAM TECHNIQUE through: Identifying the nature of the question styles for each GCSE Unit and the allocated marks available Examiners levelled mark schemes Support writing frames with generic sentence starters
awithey
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West- Topic 3

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West- Topic 3

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West - TOPIC 3: Conflicts & Conquest, c1876 - 1895 Written in PowerPoint (The reverse side of the placemat remains the same throughout this study unit). These interactive learning placemats were designed to meet the challenges of the new 9-1 GCSE. They build upon the successful Medicine Through Time Placemats that I previously designed (and which received 5* reviews by all who have purchased them up to the time of launching these new materials – see: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/9-1-edexcel-gcse-history-of-medicine-place-mat-question-structure-11627611 ). The new placemats have been identified as best practice during a ‘Challenge Partners’ review as well as being identified as best practice by other History teachers on the Olevi ‘Outstanding Teacher Programme’. The new design learning placemats support both teachers and students in addressing the: a) dramatic increase in the curriculum content needed for the different units b) support the need for increased literacy demands c) help students become familiar and more confident in recognising the correct response needed for the unprecedented number of different question styles The placemats are designed to be double sided. One side focuses on the CONTENT: providing an overview of key knowledge and understanding needed (this will change for each topic area within this GCSE unit). Every placemat across the GCSE range is designed to encourage greater understanding of: Historical Context - through timelines, picture prompts and key words Awareness of the ‘big picture’ so students can see how individual lessons fit into the unit and make clearer links between prior and future learning – through ‘Big Picture’ questions. Better Literacy – through selected ‘language for learning’ vocab box. Memory prompts to support revision – through the use of carefully selected images. Increased awareness of metacognition – through PME (Progress, Monitor and Evaluation Time) questions to encourage students to deconstruct their learning and identify key factors (eg. Social, economic, political) or key individuals and make links between features. A pictorial metacognition man with 5 question prompts will support student reflection. The reverse side contains guidance on EXAM TECHNIQUE through: Identifying the nature of the question styles for each GCSE Unit and the allocated marks available Examiners levelled mark schemes Support writing frames with generic sentence starters
awithey
KS3 HISTORY The Industrial Revolution 10 Lesson Bundle

KS3 HISTORY The Industrial Revolution 10 Lesson Bundle

This is a complete 10 lesson bundle covering the many aspects of the Industrial Revolution. Lessons are as follows: 1 - An overview of the era 1750-1900 2 - Using sources to find out about the era 3 - The changes between 1750-1900 4 - The causes of the Industrial Revolution 5 - The importance of James Watt 6 - The consequences of the inventions 7 - Working conditions for children 8 - Source Usefulness 9 - Reforms 10 - Assessment All of the lessons include starter tasks, accessible tasks for all level of student, fun and interesting tasks with a variety of learning styles catered for, learning outcomes,plenary opportunities, all the information needed to reduce the use of the text books.
RAResources
KS3 The Industrial Revolution Inventions and their consequences

KS3 The Industrial Revolution Inventions and their consequences

Students in this lesson study 9 invention of the Industrial Revolution. They then use a choice of two tables to note down the features of the inventions, the consequences of it during the Industrial Revolution and then the longer term consequences on modern day society. Starter: Guess the invention from the photograph Consequences: An 8 mark consequence question
RAResources
Andrew Marr - History of the World - Age of Industry - Episode 7

Andrew Marr - History of the World - Age of Industry - Episode 7

Andrew Marr - History of the World - Age of Industry - Episode 7 Supporting worksheet for independent/enrichment/extension activity. Best used with topics to do with the Industrial Revolution. How Britain’s Industrial Revolution created the modern world. Segments: George Stephenson and the construction of the steam locomotive 1825; the Opium Wars in China 1839-1860; serfdom and Leo Tolstoy in Russia 1853; Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War 1860; the end of the Samurai and the development of modern Japan 1877; Leopold II and the Scramble for Africa 1881-1914; the First World War and Arthur Zimmermann 1914-1918.
callum2310
KS3/KS4 History: How did John Snow improve Public Health

KS3/KS4 History: How did John Snow improve Public Health

Lesson focussing on what the problems were with Public Health and how John Snow helped the cholera outbreak of 1854. This is tailored to a Year 7 group, but is easily adaptable throughout the Key Stages. Excellent resources are provided, and the plenary starts to look into source utility (briefly - but can be used as a starting point)
charlottehistory2014
Industrial Revolution (Inventions and Innovations)

Industrial Revolution (Inventions and Innovations)

A long powerpoint activity to get your student understand and remember the inventions and the inventors of Industrial Revolution. Just set up the ppt presentation and let the students do all the work, you only need to change slide! :) After the ppt activity you can also use the filling the gaps activity
MrFokion