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Call to Action - Teaching Democracy with Music

Call to Action - Teaching Democracy with Music

Follow the links to listen to Call to Action , a musical resource for you to unpack Australia’s democracy with your students. Call to Action – full mix Call to Action – instrumental mix Call to Action is an original piece commissioned by MoAD and written, composed and produced by Tim Bevitt. As well as providing a history of our democracy, the song explores our rights and responsibilities as active citizens. It has a call to action – to motivate students to find their voice and to take action on issues that they are passionate about in our society. Together, they can make a difference and create positive change. The song supports content within the HASS Civics and Citizenship sub-strand for Years 5, 6 and 7 of the Australian Curriculum and the Civics and Citizenship strand for Years 7, 8, and 9 of the Australian Curriculum. It is also supports the Literacy General Capabilities for Years 5-10. Ways you can use it As an introduction to civics and citizenship and democracy As a revision of civics and citizenship and democracy As a way to engage your students with issues in your school/community – see the Student Representative and Pastoral Care Group Resource If you have a school choir, sing the song at an assembly or concert Make a music video to accompany the song More information: https://www.moadoph.gov.au/learning/resources/call-to-action-teaching-democracy-with-music/
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Hitler's War Part Three: 1941-42 Study Guide

Hitler's War Part Three: 1941-42 Study Guide

These handy, accessible and detailed study notes are designed for students of the Second World War. They explore: The siege of Moscow and Leningrad Germany’s defeat at Stalingrad The battle of El Alamein Hitler’s reasoning America’s entry into the war Hitler’s anti Semitism The impact of Stalingrad on German morale
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Tutor Time Resource Pack

Tutor Time Resource Pack

A selection of resources based on Daily Tutor Time (from Wise Ark Ltd) which covers a range of challenges and activities etc. (Most resources are supplied as power point and word document files ‘On this Day’: For each day there are four events whose anniversary is on that date (each day includes one birth and one death) Discussion points (Vol 1): A resource to encourage purposeful talk by giving a focus for a discussion, a set of 80 different stimuli. Knowledge challenges – links, lists and odd one out. A collection of three different types of factual challenges (40 in all) which require students (or adults!) to: Work out the link between people/places/events etc. and work out the next in the sequence; List the contents of a specific category (such as police ranks); Decide which is the odd one out of a group of people/events etc. and justify their choice Knowledge challenges – matching pairs: A set of 20 factual challenges) to match up the correct pairs. Knowledge challenges – sorting: A set of 20 factual challenges to sort a series of events or people into the correct order. Letter and number puzzles: A test of (general) knowledge with a numerical focus -each question (100) in all is about a fact that contains a number. For example ‘5 V in the A’ is 5 vowels in the alphabet. Memory test: Each slide (of thirty) shows ten (related) pictures which students have to memorise and then recall. Number puzzles: A collection of a range of different number puzzles, There are over 50 different challenges of four main types – calculation conundrums, calculations to follow mentally, basic algebra (again suitable for working out mentally) and number sequences. There is also an assortment of other challenges including number grids (like a micro Sudoku). Observation challenges – odd one out & spot the differences: A set of 40 observation challenges which require careful study of images. There are twenty sets of three pictures -work out which is the odd one out- and twenty sets of two pictures to spot the differences between. Observation challenges – what is it: A set of 40 observation challenges which require careful study of images. There are twenty images which have been digitally distorted and twenty which have been ‘cut up’ into pieces.
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Road to War GCSE Notes

Road to War GCSE Notes

Useful for CIE IGCSE History students as it provides detailed information about the Rise of Hitler as well as the Road to War. There are 8 pages full of notes gathered from many textbooks and past papers.
gitishsirwani887
League of Nations GCSE Notes

League of Nations GCSE Notes

Useful for IGCSE CIE History students as it provides detailed information regarding the League of Nations (Unit 2). Notes have been made through the use of many textbooks and past papers.
gitishsirwani887
AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 6 - Weimar Constitution & into Versailles

AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 6 - Weimar Constitution & into Versailles

Pupils begin by looking at an exam-style question for the first time, consolidating knowledge from the previous two lessons. Lesson then goes over the key points of the consitution of the Weimar Republic, further analysing strengths and weaknesses. Class are then asked to consider the viewpoints of the ‘Big Three’ before Versailles and complete a task looking at these in more depth. There is also some cartoon analysis (printable from PPT) Info slides are printable from ppt and the lesson makes use of the Oxford AQA History for A Level: Democracy and Nazism: Germany 1918-1945 textbook.
Bigfoz
AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lessons 4&5 - Ebert&Constitution

AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lessons 4&5 - Ebert&Constitution

Lessons begin with a recap quiz, consolidating knowledge so far. Pupils then go on to look at what happened after the War in Germany, focussing on the problems faced by the new government and how Ebert approached these issues. Main part of the lessons cover the new consitution of the Republic and, where pupils look at both sides of the constitution and analyse strengths and weaknesses. There are two tasks here, I only usually use one of them depending on the make-up of the group. There is also a homework to consolidate. Info slides are printable from ppt and the lesson makes use of the Oxford AQA History for A Level: Democracy and Nazism: Germany 1918-1945 textbook.
Bigfoz
AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 3 - Timeline of Chaos

AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 3 - Timeline of Chaos

Lesson picks up from looking at the impact of World War One on Germany in lesson 2. Main part of lesson is presented as information slides which takes the class through the key events leading to the removal of the Kaiser. These information slides can be printed from the ppt and presented as a lecture or as something more interactive (depending on if you have the time!) The second part introduces the idea of assessing the value of sources, using one of the sources in the textbook. I usually go through the skills needed when looking at value, leave the pupis to it and then recap as a group using the hints on the ppt. Lesson makes use of the Oxford AQA History for A Level: Democracy and Nazism: Germany 1918-1945
Bigfoz
Slavery By Another Name Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (TV - 2012)

Slavery By Another Name Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (TV - 2012)

This Slavery By Another Name Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (TV - 2012) challenges students to internalize the vast amount of information in this PBS documentary based on Douglas A. Blackmon’s 2008 book of the same name. Explore the concepts of peonage, sharecropping, convict labor, radical reconstruction and the clause in the 13th amendment that allowed slavery to continue as a punishment for crimes. This resource consists of 11 high-level, short answer reflection and essay questions that will do more than just ask your students to regurgitate information. This product .zip file includes: A student movie guide, PDF print version (4 pages) A student movie guide, PDF digital fillable form version (4 pages) *An answer key is included with this movie guide, however many answers will vary as students are encouraged to construct their own meaning from the characters’ dialogue and behavior. See the preview for samples. Is this movie guide worth it? Download two of my movie guides for free below: The Lightning Thief Kung Fu Panda 3 For more product images, sample questions and teacher reviews and ratings, please visit my TPT site at TeacherTravis : ) Your support, feedback, and follows are appreciated: Follow me on Pinterest | teachertrav Like my Facebook page | K12MovieGuides Visit my website | K12MovieGuides Follow me on Instagram | TeacherTravis Follow me on Twitter | K12MovieGuides
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AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 2 - Impact of WW1

AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 2 - Impact of WW1

Lesson looking at the impact of WW1 on the popularity of the Kaiser and the political situation in Germany. Lesson begins with a recap on last lesson before introducing the negatives effects of World War One on Germany. Pupils have to consider how this will affect the position of the Kaiser and what the likely consequences will be. This is supported by a youtube video, linked within the PPt. Pupils then have to complete a task considering the 14 Points of Woodrow Wilson (can be printed from slide). Lesson finishes with task examining the main events of 1918 and their impact on Germany. Resources are printable from the PPT. Lesson makes use of the Oxford AQA History for A Level: Democracy and Nazism: Germany 1918-1945 Textbook.
Bigfoz
How did World War One Start?

How did World War One Start?

A Power Point lesson I made for my Yr3/4 class to start our topic of World War One. Contains some sounds (bomb exploding, a gun shot and a song sung by soldiers during WW1). It also contains some questions for the children to answer as well as the worksheet and assessment activity for the end of the lesson.
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AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 1 - Introduction

AQA A-Level History Democracy & Nazism: Lesson 1 - Introduction

Introduction lesson to the A level course for new year 12s. Lesson goes over the content of the first year of the course and introduces the exam question types with examples from a recent paper. Pupils are then given a brief introduction to Germany from the formation of the Second Reich, including a video on the Franco-Prussian War. Includes a research homework to continue the introduction to Germany and to some of the major players.
Bigfoz
IGCSE USA 1918-1941 Knowledge Organiser

IGCSE USA 1918-1941 Knowledge Organiser

Edexcel IGCSE Knowledge Organiser Full Course - 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
IGCSE A Divided Union Knowledge Organiser

IGCSE A Divided Union Knowledge Organiser

Edexcel IGCSE Knowledge Organiser Full Course - Follows Edexcel textbook - NO PAGE FOR CHAPTER 5 - Nixon and Watergate 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.
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Modern/ Contemporary American History Escape Room: Social Studies Bundle

Modern/ Contemporary American History Escape Room: Social Studies Bundle

This bundle includes all of the escape rooms listed below. Important: All these products sell for $35; as a bundle they are 35% off, for $22! Each escape room has the following contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions with Usage Guide and FAQ ♦ 20 Multiple Choice Questions ♦ 5 Decoders for each of the 5 Levels ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
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Iraq War: Escape Room - Social Studies

Iraq War: Escape Room - Social Studies

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge with the major historical figures, events and terms involving the Iraq War. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions with Usage Guide and FAQ ♦ 20 Multiple Choice Questions ♦ 5 Decoders for each of the 5 Levels ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
ScienceSpot
GCSE History Edexcel 1-9 Superpowers & Cold War: Introduction Lesson

GCSE History Edexcel 1-9 Superpowers & Cold War: Introduction Lesson

This 27 slide lesson provides a clear introduction to the skills and content needed for the unit Superpower Relations and the Cold War 1941-91. A fact sheet is provided at the end of the lesson so you do not need to use the text books. Key Questions for the lesson are: What was the Cold War? What was Capitalism and Communism? What is meant by ‘West’ and ‘East’? **STARTER: **10 images linked to the Cold War. The students have to see if they know what the images are or who they show. This can be achieved using the PP itself or a printed handout. TASK: Students to fill in the missing key terms **BACKGROUND: **Student or teacher led background information, animated to allow for easier reading. ACTIVITIES: Sorting task - which aspects are Capitalist and which are Communist? Discussion based questions. WRITING: A comprehension task for students to demonstrate their learning. Extension tasks given. DIFFERENTIATED WRITING: A printable worksheet for students to write their answers on. Extension tasks given. RECAP: Students have to write down the key term from the definition that is shown/read out. **FACT SHEET: **An A4 fact sheet for the lesson which can be used in place of the text books and also stuck into student books if needed.
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UK's role in International Organisations - Citizenship GCSE

UK's role in International Organisations - Citizenship GCSE

GCSE Citizenship 9-1: 2 hour lesson on Britain’s role in international organisations. Covers the UN, NATO, European Council, the Commonwealth and World Trade Organisation. Also focuses on issues caused by leaving the EU. Created for Citizenship GCSE - Life in Modern Britain. Includes: 2 hour PP, worksheets, exam practice question, clips, well differentiated and easily adapted. Made for AQA Citizenship 9-1 but suitable material for any of the Citizenship GCSE courses or could be used for non-GCSE British Values lessons. This lesson has been planned for Citizenship AQA 9-1 : 3.2 Life in Modern Britain (3.2.4 What is Britain’s role in key international organisations?) These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes). You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women PowerPoint

Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women PowerPoint

One hundred years since women gained the right to vote we launched Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women – a nationwide project about inspirational women from the First World War and their impact on the societies around them. Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women from the First World War, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers. Teachers that would like to use this should email trailblazers@big-ideas.org to receive the free associated resource pack or to apply for small scale funding to cover costs of materials, speakers, or events. This PowerPoint can be used with the Trailblazers Lesson Plan and homework task as part of the Trailblazers project, to help students understand the historical context of women’s roles during World War One, to identify past and present trailblazers, and to practice public speaking skills. This connects to English and History curriculum for ages 11 - 16. For more information about Big Ideas projects go to www.big-ideas.org
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Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Homework Task

Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Homework Task

One hundred years since women gained the right to vote we launched Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women – a nationwide project about inspirational women from the First World War and their impact on the societies around them. Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women from the First World War, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers. Teachers that would like to use this should email trailblazers@big-ideas.org to receive the free associated resource pack, to take part in the Trailblazers exhibition, or to apply for small scale funding to cover costs of materials, speakers, or events. This homework task should be used in conjunction with the free lesson plan to help students understand the historical context of women’s roles during World War One, to identify past and present trailblazers, and to practice public speaking skills. This lesson plan connects to English and History curriculum for ages 11 - 16. For more information about Big Ideas projects go to www.big-ideas.org
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Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Lesson Plan Age 11-16

Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Lesson Plan Age 11-16

One hundred years since women gained the right to vote we launched Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women – a nationwide project about inspirational women from the First World War and their impact on the societies around them. Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women from the First World War, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers. Teachers that would like to use this lesson should email trailblazers@big-ideas.org to receive the free associated resource pack, to take part in the Trailblazers exhibition, or to apply for small scale funding to cover costs of materials, speakers, or events. This lesson can be used as part of the Trailblazers project, to help students understand the historical context of women’s roles during World War One, to identify past and present trailblazers, and to practice public speaking skills. This lesson plan connects to English and History curriculum for ages 11 - 16. For more information about Big Ideas projects go to www.big-ideas.org
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Persian Gulf War: Escape Room - Social Studies

Persian Gulf War: Escape Room - Social Studies

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge with the major historical figures, events and terms involving the Persian Gulf War. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions with Usage Guide and FAQ ♦ 20 Multiple Choice Questions ♦ 5 Decoders for each of the 5 Levels ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
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