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I have a passion for History and communicating knowledge in an engaging form. I have 20 years experience of teaching History, Geography, English, Religious Studies and Citizenship.

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I have a passion for History and communicating knowledge in an engaging form. I have 20 years experience of teaching History, Geography, English, Religious Studies and Citizenship.
JFK Assassination - A Day That Shook the World Lesson
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JFK Assassination - A Day That Shook the World Lesson

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JFK Assassination - A Day That Shook the World Lesson Objective: to be able to explain about the JFK Assassination and why it is regarded as a ‘Day that shook the World’ Includes video links and what is SIGNIFICANCE in History criteria Diamond Nine Sorting Activity 20th Century History Events Activity
WW2 Animals in War
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WW2 Animals in War

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Story of parachuting WWII dog Bing to be told in new children's book The story of Bing, the parachuting World War II dog who leapt from a plane on D-Day and led troops to victory, will be told for the first time in a children’s book Powerpoint to support entry to looking at D-Day etc All The Best S Yellland
Good Manners
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Good Manners

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Good manners, or behaving in a way that's socially acceptable and respectful, display respect, care, and consideration for others. Excellent manners can help you to have better relationships with people you know, and those you will meet. Here&'s how to cultivate them.
The Match Girl's Strike
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The Match Girl's Strike

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The London matchgirls’ strike of 1888 was a strike of the women and teenage girls working at the Bryant and May Factory in Bow, London. The strike was caused by the poor working conditions in the match factory, including fourteen-hour work days, poor pay, excessive fines, and the severe health complications of working with white phosphorus, such as phossy jaw, but was sparked by the dismissal of one of the workers on or about 2 July 1888.[