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Civil Rights Who contributed the most to Civil Rights, Kennedy or Johnson?

Civil Rights Who contributed the most to Civil Rights, Kennedy or Johnson?

Who contributed the most to Civil Rights, Kennedy or Johnson? LO: To explain the contribution of JFK and LBJ to African American Civil Rights. LO: To build an argument using evidence to argue for which President contributed the most to Civil Rights. Know the role of Kennedy and Johnson for Civil Rights. Be able to explain and compare the actions of both Presidents on Civil Rights of African Americans. Begin to consider and make a judgement of which President had more of a beneficial role for Civil Rights within the framework of different factors.

By W17

The Interwar Years

The Interwar Years

An eleven lesson sequence that gives a brief introduction and overview of events in Europe following the end of the First World War. The sequence will focus on the end of the war and what followed with the Treaty of Versailles, some of the key events in the 1920's, the change in British politics, the rise of Hitler and the following actions that broke the Treaty of Versailles and policy of appeasement. All of the resources needed to run the lessons are included such as presentations and activities as well as the planning. These lessons have been written with upper KS2 and lower KS3 in mind but should be easily adaptable for KS4 students as well. Lesson 1 - Chronological order Lesson 2 - The Treaty of Versailles Lesson 3 - The Treaty of Versailles Lesson 4 - The Dawes Plan Lesson 5 - Changes in British politics Lesson 6 - Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression Lesson 7 - Rise of Hitler Lesson 8 - Propaganda/ Source Analysis Lesson 9 - Revoking the Treaty of Versailles Lesson 10 - Appeasement Lesson 11 - Evaluating Appeasement Also included is a brief knowledge organiser as well as a diamond 9 activity to evaluate the Treaty of Versailles.

By krisgreg30

Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression (6 of 11)

Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression (6 of 11)

This is the sixth of an eleven lesson sequence that gives a brief introduction and overview of events in Europe following the end of the First World War. The sequence will focus on the end of the war and what followed with the Treaty of Versailles, some of the key events in the 1920's, the change in British politics, the rise of Hitler and the following actions that broke the Treaty of Versailles and policy of appeasement. These lessons have been written with upper KS2 and lower KS3 in mind but should be easily adaptable for KS4 students as well. This lesson focuses on a brief introduction to the Wall Street Crash and Great Depression and some of the resulting consequences. Included are all the resources needed to run the lesson with a presentation and activities as well as the sequence of learning plan.

By krisgreg30

War on Terror Why did the events of the 11th September 2001 shock the world?

War on Terror Why did the events of the 11th September 2001 shock the world?

LO: To be able to explain the events of the 11th September 2001. LO: To create a judgment of which factor is the most important for understanding why this terrorist attack shocked the world. MUST:Know the events of the 11th September 2001 and how they shocked the world. SHOULD: Be able explain how this event shocked the world through three key factors; Political, Social and Military. COULD:Create a television report which comes to a judgment of which is the most shocking factor.

By W17

Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression Diamond 9

Wall Street Crash/ Great Depression Diamond 9

A diamond 9 activity based on some of the consequences of the Wall Street Crash and Great Depression. They can be ordered in various ways, such as which were the biggest impacts and which had the least impact before children then write justifications for their views.

By krisgreg30

War on Terror What was the consequences of the 11th September attacks?

War on Terror What was the consequences of the 11th September attacks?

LO: To be able to explain the consequences of the War on Terror. LO: To make a judgement on the moral justifications and impact of the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. MUST: Know what the War on Terror was and a narrative of the two major conflicts it created, in the War in Afghanistan (2001-14) and the Iraq War (2003-11). SHOULD: Be able to explain the role of Guantanamo Bay and the treatment of suspected terrorists and the detention camp. COULD: Come to a judgement of the justification of the camp and the success of the war on terror.

By W17

History and Politics What makes a great Prime Minister?

History and Politics What makes a great Prime Minister?

LO: To be able to explain the actions of at least four different Prime Minister of Britain. LO: To discuss and make judgement of which Prime Minister of Britain is the greatest and why. Supported by a verbal argument. MUST: Know the role of the Prime Minister in British Government and be able to explain the actions of at least 4 different PM’s since the end of the Second World War. SHOULD: Be able to explain and compare different Prime Ministers through their leadership, popularity, national and international action. COULD: Come to a supported judgement of which is the greatest Prime Minister.

By W17

History and Politics Who has the most power the Government or Trade Unions?

History and Politics Who has the most power the Government or Trade Unions?

LO: To be able to track on a line graph the continuity and changes of power between the Government and Trade Unions through strike action. LO: To discuss and come to a supported judgement of who should have the most power. MUST: Know historical examples of protests and power struggles which have take place between the Government and Trade Unions for workers in the United Kingdom. SHOULD: Be able to explain the shifts in power between the Government and Trade Unions from the 1930s up until present day. COUlD: Come to a judgement of who should have the most power between the Government and Trade Unions.

By W17

History Skills Display Breakdown.

History Skills Display Breakdown.

Display Material. Breakdown of 10 History Skills, each with a picture and brief description for the students. All 10 Skills one on a separate A4 slide.

By W17

Year 1- History and Geography Super Saver!

Year 1- History and Geography Super Saver!

A bundle of resources, planning, Powerpoints, interactive activities, quizzes and more covering the History units: Space and Neil Armstrong, Toys- then and now, Famous Journeys, Our Homes, and the Geography units: Our local area, Weather and the Arctic.

By kep1987