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Queen Elizabeth I, 1558 - 1603

Queen Elizabeth I, 1558 - 1603

This bundle of resources on Queen Elizabeth I, represents a great deal as you are saving 25% on some very popular and outstanding resources. They have all been field tested and refined in the classroom and are suitable for the full ability range 11 - 16. For full details, aims and objectives for each lesson, please click on the links for each resource. If you like these resources then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow ‘The History Academy’ on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
Roy_Huggins
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
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West- Topic 2

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West- Topic 2

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West - TOPIC 2: Development of the Plains, c1862 - 1876 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
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West- Topic 1

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

9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemats for The American West - TOPIC 1: THE EARLY SETTLEMENT OF THE WEST, C1835 - 1862 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
Thomas Clarkson Challenge

Thomas Clarkson Challenge

You need the SHP History year 8 book to have a nice long activity with your students. You can use the power point to have an enjoyable lesson.
MrFokion
Triangular Trade

Triangular Trade

A power point presentation and a set of resources about the triangular trade. A video activity and a worksheet for the video to keep your students occupied for the whole lesson.
MrFokion
Opium Wars' Impact - 20 page lesson pack

Opium Wars' Impact - 20 page lesson pack

This is one of my most detailed lessons and one which students love. After a quick starter activity about the significance of the poppy in British-Chinese relations the class read detailed background notes before being issued one of 23 character cards. These range from tea-magnate Thomas Twining to Confucius! In role the students then extract evidence which their character might use to explain how China became to be ruled by foreigners after the Opium Wars. I always follow this up with either a piece of extended writing or even better a debate. Please watch the short video clip attached to see this lesson in action. The lesson includes a separate plenary Power Point also. I hope your students will gain as much from this lesson as I know mine always do. Enjoy!
danguiney
The night of the long knives OCR SHP new specification

The night of the long knives OCR SHP new specification

Power point using David Low’s “they salute with both hands now” and a Goebbels extract to test students understanding of source analysis. Gap fill and activity on the causes and consequences of the Night of the Long knives and a brief overview of Hindenburg’s death.
emhayes
Slave experience - 9 page lesson pack

Slave experience - 9 page lesson pack

In this lesson students work through background information before completing a card sort to show positives and the many negatives of slave life from getting off slave ships through to working on plantations. Students need to place the events in a chronology in order to recount a story of the conditions and place them on an emotional rollercoaster graph to show which conditions they felt were the most horrific and why. This is a powerful lesson which should be taught with great sensitivity and a flavour of which can be experienced in the video file attached.
danguiney
John Brown lesson on slavery KS3

John Brown lesson on slavery KS3

Great lesson on the role of John Brown and slavery. Lesson focuses on skills such as cause, event and consequence. Lesson also focuses on tracking student progress using the ‘How hot am I?’ thermometer.
lperry44
KS3 was enclosure a success

KS3 was enclosure a success

Lesson and resources that investigate the consequences of enclosure, focus is mainly the negative effects and there is a source analysis task.
lperry44
Abolition of slavery - 7 page lesson pack

Abolition of slavery - 7 page lesson pack

In this lesson students read through background information before reading through the extremely detailed evidence cards which they break up into the following factors : the role of abolitionists, economic reasons, and the role of enslaved people. From this scaffold students can then create a piece of extended written work and this lesson works really well as assessment preparation also. Please watch the short video to see just how well this set of resources works in action and in the classroom and I hope your students get just as much out of it as mine.
danguiney
Was enclosure a success?

Was enclosure a success?

Lesson that focuses on the effects of Enclosure in England. It includes tasks to interpret a source and build higher level responses.
lperry44
Ks3 17th Century Witch Hunt Lesson

Ks3 17th Century Witch Hunt Lesson

A fun lesson to introduce ks3 to the idea of why there was a Witch hunt in the 17th Century. Characters are fictional although their circumstances very real. Designed to be adapted to teachers learning style. Used regularly on taster days and during 17th century topics with year 7.
lperry44
Power point on the slave trade.

Power point on the slave trade.

KS3 History. Includes basic information about the slave trade, it’s causes and the route. Would suit a Low ability group and has some simple activities.
aragon1
Jack the Ripper identity - 19 page lesson pack

Jack the Ripper identity - 19 page lesson pack

This is one of my most detailed and most enjoyable lessons. Students are issued with a suspect character card of their own (there are 21 including Druitt, Kosminski, and Chapman) and then have to siphon their way through 13 very detailed pieces of evidence to find information that suggests they might be the notorious serial killer. For example, Polish butcher John Pizer might argue that he is local (Evidence A), has an expert knowledge of anatomy (B), and came from Poland where there were a large number of Jews (Evidence L). Students then present their cases and the class vote on who makes the best case. This is an excellent lesson designed to engage students and get them to question evidence, structure, and present their findings. I hope you enjoy it as much as my students do!
danguiney
Edexcel GCSE History (9-1) - Medicine Through Time Full Timeline

Edexcel GCSE History (9-1) - Medicine Through Time Full Timeline

A complete timeline from the whole of the Medicine Through Time part of the Edexcel GCSE History course. These are all the dates you will need to know for the GCSE exam. As well as this, I have created free to use quizzes on a website called sporcle. Link below - https://www.sporcle.com/games/geo1239/medicine-through-time-dates-9-1 Enjoy! :)
geo1239
4 of 8: The right to political participation

4 of 8: The right to political participation

Chapter 4 of 8: The right to political participation Miners’ mass demonstration for the right to vote (Joseph Cowen); Emily Wilding Davison and the Women’s Suffrage Movement KS2: Big numbers, rounding, estimating crowd sizes, storyboarding plans for a video, caricature (Reading, Writing, Literacy, History, Maths, Citizenship, Art) KS2: Evaluating sources for trustworthiness, voter turnout, plotting data on a graph (History, English, Maths, Citizenship) KS3: Comparing achievements, public art, monuments and controversy, writing a persuasive letter, comparing historical and contemporary viewpoints (History, English, Drama, Media, Art) This is one section of our larger Freedom City Comics learning framework. To download all resources in one file, please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/freedom-city-comics-learning-framework-11919380 This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. Freedom City Comics is our free comics anthology presenting snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. It was created as part of Freedom City 2017. Contributors for this chapter: • Mack Chater and Ian Mayor, working with researcher Joan Allen • Managing editor is Britt Coxon; Editor in chief is Lydia Wysocki. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki.
lyd_w
3 of 8: Freedom from slavery

3 of 8: Freedom from slavery

Chapter 3 of 8: Freedom from slavery Olaudah Equiano, Frederick Douglass KS2: Equiano’s visit to the North East. Timeline of events, stage play, maps and distances (Reading, Writing, Literacy, History, Maths) KS2: Douglass’s friends in the North East. Researching biographies, researching anti-slavery, modern slavery Reading, Writing, Literacy, History KS3: Boycott tactics, biographies of abolitionists, formal letter writing, speechwriting (History, English) This is one section of our larger Freedom City Comics learning framework. To download all resources in one file, please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/freedom-city-comics-learning-framework-11919380 This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. Freedom City Comics is our free comics anthology presenting snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. It was created as part of Freedom City 2017. Contributors for this chapter: • Patrice Aggs, working with researcher Brycchan Carey • Managing editor is Britt Coxon; Editor in chief is Lydia Wysocki. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki.
lyd_w
Results of the 1798 Rebellion

Results of the 1798 Rebellion

This is a PPT of the causes of the 1798 Rebellion. It details the results of the Rebellion: Why they United Irishmen didn’t win. The Act of Union 1801. The 1803 Rebellion. Decline in the Protestant Ascendency. Increase in Sectarianism It is suitable for 2nd year classes doing their Junior Cert. It can be used in a mixed ability class. If you like this resource, please remember to leave a review and check out this complete set for all the 1798 resources for a discount! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/complete-set-of-resources-for-1798-rebellion-11918447
katiemurphy111
Causes of the 1798 Rebellion

Causes of the 1798 Rebellion

This is a PPT of the causes of the 1798 Rebellion. It details the causes of the Rebellion: Religious divisions. Penal Laws. Lack of Representation. Other Revolutions It is suitable for 2nd year classes doing their Junior Cert. It can be used in a mixed ability class. If you like this resource, please remember to leave a review and check out this complete set for all the 1798 resources for a discount! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/complete-set-of-resources-for-1798-rebellion-11918447
katiemurphy111
The People's health OCR GCSE History

The People's health OCR GCSE History

This is a quick revision recap of all the topics and subjects in The People’s Health unit. It follows OCR GCSE HISTORY B (SCHOOL HISTORY PROJECT) and includes everything students need to know. My students found it useful before their exam and although the exam has passed it can be used with current year 10s, next year 10s and revision for the next exam in 2019. I have also uploaded a resource for Elizabethan England of which follows the same layout. Please leave any comments.
ElzForde
Martin Luther  and the Reformation

Martin Luther and the Reformation

The resource explains the origins of Reformation. It shows how Martin Luther sparked the Reformation and how the church fathers helped him in the reformation. The reformation and Luther’s ideas are well explained in the resource. it explains other impact of the reformation and protestantism . Made for History KS3 class.
geo_pal2000
Making of America - Slavery, Railways and Homesteaders - OCR SHP 1-9

Making of America - Slavery, Railways and Homesteaders - OCR SHP 1-9

This resource was created for a ‘turbo’ revision session that lasted an hour. There is an explain question on the expansion of slavery with a detailed but simplified overview of three key reasons why this happened. There is also a 9 mark (write an organised summary) question on the railways and two plans for questions on homesteaders. There is a detailed summary of the Homesteaders section to aid with these plans. Pupils found these very useful and were able to access the exam questions well.
kneller
Edexcel American West Revision Game

Edexcel American West Revision Game

A game which students have to answer questions correctly to get from the east to west of America. Students use felt tip coloured pens to track their way across the continent to either Oregon or California. The questions and answers are on either side of the cards. Students should make seperate piles of correct and incorrect answers to find gaps in learning and then fill them.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Whitechapel, Police and the Ripper

Jack the Ripper SoW: Whitechapel, Police and the Ripper

Fully resourced Scheme of Work on Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel and Policing. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 9 - Rippers Change & Continuity

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 9 - Rippers Change & Continuity

Edited to include Powerpoint and Flipchart Version The ninth lesson in a scheme of nine. Students observe changes and continuities in the way that policing over time has happened. They use this example to observe changes and continuities in the police handling of the Yorkshire Ripper investigation to find similarities and come to an overall conclusion whether Jack the Ripper would have been caught today. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 7 & 8 - Police Troubles

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 7 & 8 - Police Troubles

Edited to include Powerpoint and Flipchart Versions The seventh and eighth lessons in a scheme of 9. Students are shown letters sent by the police to each other to infer the ways they tried to capture Jack the Ripper making a judgement on their effectiveness. Students also consider the geography of London, social factors and newspapers for how they also hindered their investigations. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 6 - The Peelers

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 6 - The Peelers

The sixth lesson in a scheme of 9. Students are shown a general history of policing from 1000-1829. They then explore the reasons for the creation of the Metropolitan Police and the reasons why people didn’t trust the police. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 4 & 5 - Who was the Ripper?

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lessons 4 & 5 - Who was the Ripper?

Updated to include Powerpoint and Flipchart versions of lessons The fourth and fifth lessons in a scheme of 9. Students are shown potential suspects of Jack the Ripper comparing it with an FBI profile of the suspect. An exploration into secondary sources is included to develop source understanding . Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 3 - Eyewitnesses

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 3 - Eyewitnesses

Updated to include Powerpoint and Flipchart Versions The third lesson in a scheme of 9. Students are shown eyewitness accounts to work out a potential profile for the killer and the reasons they may be unreliable. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 2 - Victims

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 2 - Victims

Edited to include Powerpoint and Flipchart versions of lesson The second lesson in a scheme of 9. Students are shown verbal records to infer the reasons behind prostitution in Whitechapel and coroner reports on the victims of Jack the Ripper to work out a potential profile for the killer. Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 1 - Introducing Whitechapel

Jack the Ripper SoW: Lesson 1 - Introducing Whitechapel

Updated to include Powerpoint & Flipchart version Fully resourced introduction to Jack the Ripper and a wider study into Whitechapel. The scheme has been planned with differentiated questions on the flipchart denoted by colours: Blue for lower ability Green for middle ability Purple for higher ability The way I use these is to challenge students to work as high up the scale as they find they are capable. Students are to learn about different types of sources which have different uses to historians and their limitations as well. This scheme could be used for the KS4 Crime and Punishment Section A but would need some supplementing with further detail on Policing, Society, Robert Peel etc.
Kearnez
The British Empire

The British Empire

**This bundle includes 7 lessons charting the growth of trade and goods in the British Empire including a case study of the Slave Trade. ** Each lesson has the possibility of being 2 dependent upon how thoroughly you wish to teach the topics. All lessons include resources hooks / videos / songs (all embedded) Visual stimulating PowerPoints to appeal to all types of learners. Save over 50% on these lessons combined! ** Please visit my shop for more History lessons / bundles: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/morlem
morlem