Qatar History And Citizenship - Year 4 - 39 Weekly Lesson Plans And Worksheets

Qatar History And Citizenship - Year 4 - 39 Weekly Lesson Plans And Worksheets

Qatar History and Citizenship is a compulsory subject for any primary school teacher in Qatar. When I taught this subject in Qatar, I was surprised to discover how thin the student text book was, how little resources were available for students on the Internet and that there was no teacher guide to help teachers effectively teach this subject. This Year 4 teaching pack contains lesson plans and additional worksheets to support 39 weekly lessons. These lessons cover all a student needs to know about the subject, and the lessons are designed to motivate and excite a student's interest in the history around them. These worksheets could be printed out and used as workbooks in the classroom, sent home as additional homework or shared via an interactive whiteboard. *** Please note that these resources are designed to be used with the official text book, not as a replacement. ***
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Were Sacco and Vanzetti guilty?

Were Sacco and Vanzetti guilty?

Card sort activity to assess the evidence. Followed by source analysis to determine why they were executed followed by a 6 mark Explain question. OCR specification.
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GCSE AQA Modern World History - America (Unit 2)

GCSE AQA Modern World History - America (Unit 2)

Revision summary sheets for the following topics, as part of AQA's GCSE Modern World History Course: The Wall Street Crash Consequences of the Crash Prohibition Consequences of Prohibition The Klu Klux Klan Hoover VS Roosevelt Hatred of Hoover Highlight the Dates, Quotes, Key Words and important info to aid revision. The left hand column are 'Random Facts' for those aiming for A-A*. The empty box at the bottom is for student to add notes, targets and their own facts.
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Unit 20 Famous People of the 20th Century Guided Reading Scripts

Unit 20 Famous People of the 20th Century Guided Reading Scripts

Unit 20 Famous People of the 20th Century Guided Reading Scripts 5 plays (6 speakers each) and 5 quizzes Play 1 Martin Luther King Speakers: Interviewer, Coretta (wife), James Earl Ray (alleged assassin), President Lyndon Johnson, Campaigner, Martin Luther King Play 2 Nelson Mandela Speakers: Nelson Mandela , Winnie (second wife), Desmond Tutu, P.W. Botha (Nationalist Party - hardliner), Nobel Peace Committee, F.W. de Klerk (Nationalist Party - moderate) Play 3 Mahatma Gandhi Speakers: Mahatma Gandhi, Kasturbai (wife), Nehru (Indian prime minister) Lakshimi (adopted daughter, an untouchable), Nathuram Godse (assassin), Winston Churchill (British prime minister) Play 4 John Lennon Speakers: John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon (son), Mimi (auntie), Paul McCartney, President Nixon Play 5 Prominent Women of the 20th Century Speakers: Helen Keller (Helen), Anne Frank (Anne), Marie Curie (Marie), Princess Diana (Di), Margaret Thatcher (Maggie) Sold as a set but also available as individual purchases from www.plays-r-u-ussell.com Sample Text Play 1 Martin Luther King Campaigner: Yes, and that was just the beginning. It took a lot of patience. We were up against white ministers, mayors, governors, police chiefs and judges, all telling us to "Wait". But we were tired of waiting. Play 2 Nelson Mandela Mandela: Yes, but no one could doubt the huge contribution this churchman has made to our cause! Sometimes strident, often tender, never afraid and seldom without humour, Desmond Tutu's voice will always be the voice of the voiceless. Play 3 Mahatma Gandhi Gandhi: Yes. But I am also a Christian, a Muslim, a Buddhist and a Jew. Godse: That's the trouble with you idealists! Always sitting on the fence. "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind"! Pah! Another one of your visionary statements! Some of us had to live in the real world! Play 4 John Lennon Nixon: Trouble makers! Pity I didn't get the lot of you deported! John: Well, you certainly tried hard enough! Nixon: And can you blame me? Trying to persuade our American youth to vote against war. How low could you stoop? John: Nothing like as low as you! The first American President forced to resign! Play 5 Prominent Women of the 20th Century Anne: You mean when the IRA bombed your hotel in Brighton? Maggie: Yes, that was a lucky escape. The day before my 59th birthday. Di: But you still insisted on business as usual the next day! Maggie: Yes, never give in to terrorists!
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