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Martin Luther King craft activity

Martin Luther King craft activity

Use these rainbow peace clouds and doves when commemorating the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and reflecting on how words and actions can improve the world. Suitable for both primary and secondary students, this craft is a perfect response Students create their own cloud with dove, and write something that they dream about for the betterment of society. What's included: •Step-by-step directions with photographs •Templates with directions for running directly onto coloured paper •4 doves with Martin Luther King quotes about love •2 blank doves •Writing paper 'clouds' template with broken lines or solid lines, and blank, depending on the needs of your students. This is a simple craft that will enhance your display boards and engage students with civil rights and the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King in a meaningful way.
ham3849
Feminism: Significant 20th Century Women

Feminism: Significant 20th Century Women

A double pack of PowerPoints on significant 20th Century Women. Complements well with both teaching Feminism, but also alongside Votes for Women in Britain. Contains: 2 Lessons, which could be adapted into one lesson, or a homework project. A balloon debate task, where students decide which is the most significant. Differentiated plenary questions.
OMaddox
Women at Work in World War Two

Women at Work in World War Two

A lesson on women's role in war work during World War Two. Focuses on the tole of women in factories and armed forces through the stimulus of an online video clip and active around the room task.
Griff-Griff
Home Front/ women's rights in World War One

Home Front/ women's rights in World War One

Powerpoint about women's rights/ the Homefront in the First World War. This lesson includes various tasks for students (code-breaking task/ jigsaw task/ video work sheet/ think-pair-share/ debate/ speaking frame) and an extended writing task with a writing frame where students need to evaluate how far women's rights changed as a result of the First World War.
isobel_greenlees
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
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, L5 - Why was the Death Penalty Abolished?

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, L5 - Why was the Death Penalty Abolished?

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 4: Crime and Punishment in Modern Britain, 1900-Present - Lesson 5 - Why was the death penalty abolished in 1965? This is the fifth of five lessons in this topic, focusing on why the death penalty was abolished in 1965 The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities, hyperlinked videos and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson. This lesson also concludes with end of topic exam questions and an overarching end of topic activity.
MrTHistory
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, Lesson 4 - Young Offenders & Derek Bentley

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, Lesson 4 - Young Offenders & Derek Bentley

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 4: Crime and Punishment in Modern Britain, 1900-Present - Lesson 4 - Young Offenders and Derek Bentley This is the fourth of five lessons in this topic, focusing on... - How effectively young offenders are dealt with - The Derek Bentley case and why it is remembered today The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities, hyperlinked videos and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, Lesson 3 - Changes to Policing and Prisons

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, Lesson 3 - Changes to Policing and Prisons

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 4: Crime and Punishment in Modern Britain, 1900-Present - Lesson 3 - Changes to Policing and Prisons This is the third of five lessons in this topic, focusing on... - Changes to policing since 1900 - Changes to prisons and prison life since 1900 - Effectiveness and alternatives The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities, hyperlinked videos and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, Lesson 1 - 20th Century Crime & Smuggling

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 4: Modern Britain, Lesson 1 - 20th Century Crime & Smuggling

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 4: Crime and Punishment in Modern Britain, 1900-Present - Lesson 1 - 20th Century Crime and Smuggling This is the first of five lessons in this topic, focusing on... - How far did crime change during the 20th century? - Smuggling and drug offences The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities, hyperlinked videos and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory
Classroom Debates: Abortion

Classroom Debates: Abortion

There's no debate about it! Debates are boundless tools for engaging students and energizing your classroom curriculum. This resource contains everything you need to satisfy this energy and innovation. Using debates in the classroom can help students grasp essential critical thinking, public speaking, and presentation skills. In addition, your students will develop research skills, citizenship, organization, persuasion, & prioritization of information. This resource allows students to study and discover the heated debate on Abortion in diverse ways, forming and deconstructing both the opinions of others, and their own! You will receive over 20 pages of material that guides your students throughout the entire debate process. Each page in this package is informative and visual. STUDENTS WILL BE ENGAGED! Students will create protest signs, banners, petitions, and voice their opinion to gain supporters. They will elect a debate leader and have a chance to bring real-world application into the classroom. Students will stay with their beliefs or modify them based on the hard research they work for as they learn about the argument on both sides. The actual classroom debate is organized which includes debate leaders from three parties and a neutral mediator. It’s all here. What are you waiting for! Students will learn about both sides of the Abortion debate. This reoccurring argument has significantly polarized Americans over the past several decades and now your students have a chance to make a real difference at school and in their community. Ignore the fake media and combat their agenda with fact finding and legitimate research. All students need this experience to discover who they are, where they stand and how they truly can make their voice heard.
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