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July Bargain for First Time Customers

July Bargain for First Time Customers

First time customer? Use the TES Code SUPERFLYJULY to get this bundle of my best selling resources before the end of July. It includes resources for KS3 and GCSE. Activity types range from roleplay and simulation type exercises that take a lot of planning through to activities that break down sources and aid students when analysing them. There’s also some award winning video clips in here. Featured on the BBC, they are intended to act as short but engaging stimulus materials. The first time buyers use SUPERFLYJULY. Existing buyers, it’s a very big discount I’m putting on these so save yourself some planning!
dmoorhouse
Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - The Black Death

Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - The Black Death

An ideal lesson for GCSE students studying the Health and the People topic for the AQA specification. This is an engaging lesson which develops students knowledge and understanding of the following aspects of the Black Death: Key facts What people thought caused the outbreak Methods used to prevent the Black Death Methods used to treat the Black Death Consequences/impacts of the Black Death The lesson includes strategies to check the progress of students as well as an opportunity for students to apply their learning. ** A scene from Horrible Histories has been included in this lesson**
Brooksy1992
Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - Public Health lesson

Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - Public Health lesson

Ideal for GCSE students studying the Health and the People AQA specification. This engaging lesson allows students to develop their knowledge and understanding of public health during the Middle Ages. The lesson includes an enquiry question which is ‘was public health really poor in the Middle Ages?’ To form a judgement on this, students will cover the following: public health in towns conditions in monasteries why were conditions better in the monasteries? There are a range of strategies to check the progress of students included in the lessons including hinge questions and allowing students to vote on their feet. ** This lesson does require a scene from Horrible Histories and uses ClassPops to check students progress**
Brooksy1992
Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - Surgery lesson

Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - Surgery lesson

An engaging lesson for GCSE students studying the AQA specification for Health and the People. This lesson allows students to develop their knowledge and understanding on the following: Why surgery was risky in medieval times what surgery involved in medieval times who the key surgeons were during the Middle Ages. The main activity allows students to examine key medieval surgeons who are located around the room. Students can then form a judgement on who was the best medieval surgery. There are a range of strategies included in the lesson to check the progress of students including a game of guess who. There is also a GCSE exam question included in the lesson.
Brooksy1992
Health and the People - AQA - Medieval Medicine - Islam and Christianity lesson

Health and the People - AQA - Medieval Medicine - Islam and Christianity lesson

An engaging lesson for GCSE students studying the AQA specification for the Health and the People topic. This lesson enables students to develop their knowledge and understanding of the contributions made by both Islam and Christianity with regards to medicine and medical ideas. This allows students to compare these contributions and form a judgement on which religion contributed the most to medicine in the Middle Ages. The lesson includes opportunities to check the progress of students as well as enabling them to apply their understanding through a piece of written work.
Brooksy1992
Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - introduction to the Middle Ages and Ideas

Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - introduction to the Middle Ages and Ideas

Engaging double lesson for GCSE students studying the AQA specification for Health and the People. There is a Powerpoint and a range of activities included which allows students to develop their understanding of the following When the Middle Ages was What life was like in the Middle Ages Common illnesses in the Middle Ages Where people in the Middle Ages got their ideas from What the ideas about disease/illness were There is also a variety of ways to check the progress of students included in the Powerpoint as well as homework tasks to deepen students understanding. ** The Health and the People textbook will be required for one activity in this lesson **
Brooksy1992
Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - Healers and treatments lesson

Health and the People - AQA - Medieval medicine - Healers and treatments lesson

An engaging lesson produced for AQA GCSE specification. This lesson will allow students to learn who the different medical practitioners were, who they were likely to treat and what treatments they would have used. The lesson also covers the diagnostic and treatment charts used by physicians. The resources allow for individual, paired or group work depending on what suits the teacher and students best. The lesson also includes opportunities for AFL with progress checks after students have completed activities. By the end of the lesson, students will be able to form a judgement on whether the Middle Ages were a medieval marketplace for those living at the time.
Brooksy1992
Battle of Hastings, Intro and Claiments

Battle of Hastings, Intro and Claiments

Ks3 single lesson (7/8). An introduction to England in 1066 and the claiments to the throne. Lesson is part of a SOW on Battle of Hastings. Lesson has been kept as plain and simple as possible for easy editing/differentiating. All tasks are in the PP. Tasks include: Historical skills Information gathering Extended writing
Danqaz
Warfare 1250-1500 Tarsia Revision

Warfare 1250-1500 Tarsia Revision

This Tarsia puzzle covers the theme of the medieval warfare 1250-1500. Great for 9-1 GCSE revision, intervention sessions and KS3 history. The puzzle was designed to support the Warfare through time, c1250-present unit. A Tarsia puzzle requires students to match up sides of triangles to form a hexagonal shape. They are brilliant for revision and get students to think hard. I use these at the starts of ends of lessons and they can take 10-20 minutes depending on your class’s confidence in the material. All materials are provided here including student instructions, student puzzle pieces and teacher answers. All images have been acquired through a search engine filtered to labelled for re-use. Enjoy!
maxblackburn
Greek Medicine

Greek Medicine

A fully detailed and engaging year 7 lesson on Greek Medicine with Starter, Presentation, Main, Activity, Assessment and Plenary.
Edustem1