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AQA History Paper 1 Full Guidance and Question Structure Strips

AQA History Paper 1 Full Guidance and Question Structure Strips

These are updated following response from AQA to confirm queries on structure. Hours of work, checked with the exam board and all yours for a measly fee. Check out the Paper 2 Guidance on the link below or look at emjank to find the companion. Also only £2. For Paper 2 see : https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-history-paper-2-full-guidance-and-question-structure-strips-11694999

By kimi2301

Cracking Code Breakers: Engineering Colossus the world's first programmable computer

Cracking Code Breakers: Engineering Colossus the world's first programmable computer

Free downloadable learning resource for KS2/3 Cracking Code Breakers reveals the lesser known story of Colossus, the world's first programmable computer, the General Post Office (GPO) and Tommy Flowers, Chief Post Office engineer and inventor of Colossus. Use this resource to inspire your pupils' with a unique story of engineering ingenuity and to make connections between computer technology in the past and the present day. Cracking Code Breakers can support a digital literacy topic and teaching across the curriculum. The resource includes: • Teachers’ Notes • Student Activities including two CREST SuperStar Challenges • Interactive PowerPoints • Film clips • Cracking Code Breakers CREST SuperStar stickers Curriculum Links: Computing (Digital Literacy, data protection), Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths, History (Local History, Continuity and Change), Literacy, Geography, Citizenship Mission Colossus game Put your engineering skills to the test in this interactive game. Can you beat the clock and build Colossus? Available to play for free postalmuseum.org/learning Cracking Code Breakers at The Postal Museum Schools visiting The Postal Museum can book a 1-hour interactive workshop: Cracking Code Breakers: Engineering Colossus the world's first programmable computer £120 plus VAT per class (up to 30 pupils) Book your visit to The Postal Museum for the Autumn Term postalmuseum.org/for-schools Cracking Code Breakers is funded by Royal Mail and John Cass Foundation.

By ThePostalMuseum

AQA 8145 - Health and the People: Why is the NHS so significant?

AQA 8145 - Health and the People: Why is the NHS so significant?

Starter exploring exisiting knowledge of the NHS, hyperlinked video on what the NHS is (make notes), Beveridge report hand out and answers to questions, hyperlinked video of impact of NHS, comparison of benefits/issues of NHS (using photocopy of Oxford AQA book pp. 82-83, voting slip plenary comparing NHS to other liberal reforms - allows direct comparison and judgement on which was most successful.

By LauraMeadowcroft

Winston Churchill's successes and failures

Winston Churchill's successes and failures

A display designed to encourage students to persist in overcoming their barriers to learning, the display provides 5 of the biggest failures and biggest successes of Churchill's career.

By tfinch2

What was the Judenrat?  How did they try to protect fellow Jews?

What was the Judenrat? How did they try to protect fellow Jews?

The Judenrat were Jewish Councils, established to maintain order in ghettos and to carry out Nazi policy. Their role is controversial. Whilst they did try (when possible) to protect fellow Jews, they often were merely an instrument of Nazi terror. This source-based activity is designed for students of the NSW K-10 History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Stage 5 Depth Study 6 : The Holocaust

By WayneWoods

Navajo Code Talkers Activity Pack

Navajo Code Talkers Activity Pack

Navajo Code Talkers Activity Pack Chester Nez - Navajo Code Talker Word Search Chester Nez - Navajo Code Talker Handout Navajo Code Talkers Source Analysis Activity Solve the message puzzle from Navajo Code Talker Test Message Help the Navajo Code Talker send the message maze puzzle Navajo Code Talkers WW2 Handout Navajo Code Talkers' Dictionary Navajo Code Talkers Word Search

By sfy773

WW2 Evacuation and Evacuees

WW2 Evacuation and Evacuees

This smartboard links looks at evacuation in WW2. The lesson uses Carrie's War video to look at what evacuation was before the bulk of the lesson being focused on evacuees. The children work together to explore the feelings and thoughts of the evacuees when they are on the platform. The main task allows children to collect ideas using adjectives, similes, metaphors etc. Tasks are differentiated and there is a whole lesson with introduction, main task and plenary. This lesson can be the preliminary lesson before a writing lesson based on writing a recount, letter or diary of evacuation.

By sparkle1978