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Whitechapel (crime and punishment paper 1) Edexcel 9-1 GCSE History lesson resources

Whitechapel (crime and punishment paper 1) Edexcel 9-1 GCSE History lesson resources

5 lessons fully addressing the content and exam skills of the Whitechapel section of the Crime and Punishment paper 1 exam. All lessons have differentiated learning objectives linked to the 9-1 grades. Also included is a bluffers guide on how to structure exam questions and a personalised learning checklist for the entire crime and punishment unit for students to self assess their progress against the specification's content. The lessons use the pearson textbook but could be easily adapted for use with other resources.
joanna_neal
KS3 Norman Conquest Bundle

KS3 Norman Conquest Bundle

Enquiry based on 'How did William conquer England 1066 to 1086?' which covers the Battle of Hastings, Motte and Bailey Castles, Domesday Book, Harrying of the North and the Feudal System. Works towards a GCSE style narrative question which is included with preparation lesson. Knowledge Organiser also included.
MrThorntonTeach
KS3 History, Norman Conquest: How did William conquer England Assessment

KS3 History, Norman Conquest: How did William conquer England Assessment

KS3 History The Norman Conquest, Domesday Book, Feudal System, Motte and Bailey, Harrying of the North Anglo Saxon England, Norman England Fully resourced lesson preparing for a GCSE style narrative question on 'How did William conquer England' Students annotate question, look at model answer, practice skills and prepare exam answer for exam included. GCSE focus with narrative question (based on Edexcel 9 to 1 GCSE) Links perfectly to 9 1 GCSE History, can serve as an excellent base for development at KS4 All lesson activities and resources included. Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
Medieval England: Villages and Towns

Medieval England: Villages and Towns

Medieval England: Villages and Towns This is a complete lesson, designed for Key Stage 3, on villages and towns in Medieval England. This lesson includes reading and discussion opportunities, a number of different activities and many educational videos.
MrTHistory
Medieval England: Religion and the Church

Medieval England: Religion and the Church

Medieval England: Religion and the Church This is a complete lesson, designed for Key Stage 3, on religion and the Church in Medieval England. Key focuses include 'Doom Paintings' and the Structure and importance of the Church. This lesson includes reading, a number of differentiated activities and educational videos.
MrTHistory
Edexcel 2016 9-1 GCSE History Crime and Punishment Revision Guide (inc Whitechapel Study)

Edexcel 2016 9-1 GCSE History Crime and Punishment Revision Guide (inc Whitechapel Study)

A 47-page revision guide that is pupil friendly and includes all key information and lots of additional detail for the Edexcel Crime and Punishment through time module. Content includes 20 question quick quizzes at the end of each topic, a mock exam and information regarding how to answer each type of exam question and how to revise successfully for this exam. It also provides a run down of the specification. Content is pupil friendly and clearly laid out, can be used both for revision and as a handy guide for pupils whilst they study the unit.
samhead123
Graphic Organizers Megabundle (All Subject Areas)

Graphic Organizers Megabundle (All Subject Areas)

If it is graphic organizers you are looking for, your search is official over. This package contains over 100 highly engaging graphic organizers. Each page is different and contains something for all subject areas. Whether it’s logging down the steps of the Scientific Method utilizing a complex concept map or making a recipe for cookies, it’s all here. So stop flipping through those general graphic organizer products. The difference is in the quality and visuals. I spent countless hours making sure each page is highly engaging and entices effort. Check out the preview to see these fun graphic organizers in action. What is unique about this product, is how fun and visually appealing each graphic organizer is for students. I have put a lot of time making each graphic organizer appear to be in 3D and large enough for students to be creative and have fun filling them out. Students actually want to keep these and many have asked for copies to take home with them. Please review the preview and hope your students enjoy these as much as mine does. Some of Graphic Organizers Enclosed: Triple Venn diagram Cause & Effect K-W-L Frayer Models Story Maps Concept Maps Time Capsule K-W-H-L-A-Q My Favorite Quotes Time Line Prayer Scrolls Movie Theater Activity Career Choice Recipe Cards Influential Presidents My Recipe Bowl Musical Notes Personal Poem Quote Organizer 5 Questions Organizers Sequencing Organizers Fish Bones Multiple Intelligences The Five Senses Tree Concept Maps Three Event Cycles Four Event Cycles Five Event Cycles Six Event Cycles Classification Charts Problem/Solution Organizers Vocabulary Study Organizers Think in 3’s Essay SQ3R’s Character Analysis Reading Organizers Journal Writing Lightning Facts My Family Tree Sticky Notes Star Words Standing Tables The “Y” Chart Key Words Ballpark Notes Multiplication Tables Vocabulary Trackers 3-2-1 Organizers Concept Bulls eye Puzzles Monthly Calendars Shape Shifting Scenes T-shirt contest Weekly Schedule Sequencing Discs The Scientific Method S-O-L-V-E Prove It Think-Pair-Share Math Operations F.O.I.L Compare & Contrast S.T.A.R The Inner Picture Spider Webs Instructions Organizer Avatar Organizers Time Clocks Inventor Organizer Building a Story
Taylaj42
KS3 History, Norman Conquest: The Domesday Book

KS3 History, Norman Conquest: The Domesday Book

KS3 History The Norman Conquest, Domesday Book, Anglo Saxon England, Norman England Fully resources lesson investigating the causes, details and importance of the Domesday Book to Williams rule and control of England Create your own Domesday Booklet which students write in for the lesson (requires blank A3 paper) Local history focus for Southport (Meols) which could be amended to your local area through looking at Domesday Book online GCSE focus with inference question (based on Edexcel 9 to 1 GCSE) Embedded video included. Links perfectly to 9 1 GCSE History, can serve as an excellent base for development at KS4 All lesson activities and resources included. Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach
Why do we wear a poppy to remember men like Jack Cornwell?

Why do we wear a poppy to remember men like Jack Cornwell?

A 5 lesson enquiry using a micro-history to investigate Jack Cornwall's Victoria Cross story and apply this to an understanding of World War I conditions, the Victoria Cross, the use of the Victoria Cross story by government to raise war moral. Historical skills: source skills, reliability. All worksheets, powerpoint for 5 lessons and sources included ready to print. Main powerpoint. Worksheet - Lesson 2 Jack the boy VC Pages 2-13 included in PDF Sources 1-4 included in PDF. Work is differentiated.
grace-fagan
Attitudes to Immigration in Britain - team task

Attitudes to Immigration in Britain - team task

My class were working through a unit based on our school community and Britain overall. I was becoming very concerned that in the political climate of Brexit, some of the students were beginning to repeat misinformed, ignorant and even bigoted opinions that they had picked up elsewhere... so I wanted them to consider immigration over time from the view of an outside observer. This worked a treat and I was especially careful to let students lead discussion, with me guiding/asking questions as needed. The information is something I've adapted from BBC timelines. If you have access to computers, students could do this as a research task instead. My class completed this teamwork task based on immigration to Britain over time and the attitudes that people were met with when they arrived. The opening starters really encouraged discussion and allowed us together to respond to negative ideas about immigrants. Then, students worked in groups of 4 and read each page as a group, breaking down who was coming to Britain, why and if the reaction was positive or negative. They presented this in different ways - it was quite open ended. One group presented this on a scale of a great reaction (Notting Hill carnival) to terrible (race riots) - depending on the class, you could explicitly ask for this as the open-ended nature might be too tricky for LA/SEND students. It's also possible to differentiate if you have a weaker group by taking out some of the sheets as this is a lot of ground to cover for some. At the end, we talked about why the British reacted this way and linked this to our starter. All in all, this prompted some really interesting discuss and allowed some students to break down misconceptions of other students too. I used this with year 7 but I think this would with KS2 right up to KS5 classes if adapted slightly.
skillswithfrills
Year 7 Norman Conquest Exam

Year 7 Norman Conquest Exam

Year 7 exam paper covering the Norman Conquest unit of work. Questions cover: - Why people came to England - Contenders to the throne - Battle of Hastings - Why William won? How Harold died? - Problems William experienced after winning the Battle of Hastings Style of Question: - Multiple Choice (1 mark) - Word definitions (2 mark) - Explain why (short style - 3 mark) - Timeline gap fill - Why did...(long style - 10 mark)
grace-fagan
Edexcel GCSE History - Crime and Punishment in Britain, c1000-Present (Complete Unit)

Edexcel GCSE History - Crime and Punishment in Britain, c1000-Present (Complete Unit)

Edexcel GCSE History, Crime and Punishment in Britain, c1000 to Present. Complete unit of lessons for each of four time periods. Topic 1: Crime and punishment in Medieval England, 1000-1500 Topic 2: Crime and punishment in early modern England, 1500-1700 Topic 3: Crime and punishment in eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain, 1700-1900 Topic 4: Crime and Punishment in modern Britain, 1900-Present
MrTHistory