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Plymouth Colony Word Wall Cards

Plymouth Colony Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of Plymouth Colony. This product contains 12 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ John Carver ♦ Massasoit ♦ Mayflower ♦ Mayflower Compact ♦ Pilgrims ♦ Plymouth Colony ♦ Plymouth Rock ♦ Samoset ♦ Squanto ♦ Wampanoag ♦ William Bradford ♦ William Brewster
ScienceSpot
50 Primary Sources: Henry VIII and the English Reformation

50 Primary Sources: Henry VIII and the English Reformation

Tired of spending hours searching for primary sources to use in your lessons? The 50 Primary Sources series might be just what you are looking for! A collection of over 50 primary sources covering the reign of Henry VIII, focusing on the English Church and the break with Rome. Each source has been rendered into modern English, ready for you to use. The sources are a fantastic resource at any level, and have been designed so that they can even be used with the AQA AS Level History 7041: Religious Conflict and the Church in England.
LittlePlatoons
Bonfire/Guy Fawkes Night

Bonfire/Guy Fawkes Night

A simple PowerPoint presentation outlining what Bonfire Night is, the history behind it and Guy Fawkes and how we celebrate it today. Perfect to look at around the time of Bonfire Night. Includes links within the PowerPoint to a Horrible Histories video on YouTube relating to the topic.
HollywoodR95
Comedy - Jesters

Comedy - Jesters

Written for a low ability Year 8 group and worked really well. A week's worth of lessons (4), looking at early comedy in the form of courtroom jesters. Associated sheets and resources also included. Activities include 'a day in the life', designing your own jester, and creating a job advertisement.
QTPie
Louisiana Purchase Word Wall Cards

Louisiana Purchase Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of the Louisiana Purchase. This product contains 8 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ James Monroe ♦ Lewis and Clark ♦ Louisiana Purchase ♦ Louis XIV ♦ Napoleon Bonaparte ♦ Sacagawea ♦ Thomas Jefferson ♦ Zebulon Pike
ScienceSpot
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, L5: Law Enforcement and Bloody Code

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, L5: Law Enforcement and Bloody Code

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 2: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern England, 1500-1700 - Lesson 5 - Law Enforcement and the Bloody Code This is the fifth of five lessons in this topic, including... - In depth examination of how effective law enforcement was - trials and policing - Analysis of the introduction and use of the 'Bloody Code' , as well as other punishments - Exam skills and practice exam questions The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities, hyperlinked videos and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, Lesson 4: Witches

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, Lesson 4: Witches

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 2: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern England, 1500-1700 - Lesson 4 - Witches This is the fourth of five lessons in this topic, including... - 'Do Now' Starter - Analysis of attitudes toward witches and why people were accused - Examination of why witchcraft was viewed more seriously and therefore punished more harshly. - Case Study investigation of Matthew Hopkins and the trials that took place - Plenary and Homework The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities, hyperlinked videos and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, Lesson 3: Vagabonds

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, Lesson 3: Vagabonds

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 2: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern England, 1500-1700 - Lesson 3 - Vagabonds This is the third of five lessons in this topic, including... - 'Do Now' Starter - Analysis of who vagabonds were, why people became vagabonds and the main reasons people feared vagabonds - Examination of how the government treated vagabonds - In depth source analysis activity, requiring students to decide the real threat vagabonds posed to society - Plenary and Homework The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory