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The British Empire: Assessment, How was India able to achieve independence?

The British Empire: Assessment, How was India able to achieve independence?

Assessment lesson. Lesson focuses on the British Empire and the ways that India was able to achieve independence. This is the eleventh lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: The implications of British rule and India

The British Empire: The implications of British rule and India

Assessment preparation. Lesson focuses on the British Empire and the implications of British rule in India. This is the tenth lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: Independence and India today

The British Empire: Independence and India today

The British Empre: Independence and the importance of India today. This is the ninth lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: Interpretations of Ghandi

The British Empire: Interpretations of Ghandi

Lesson focuses on the British Empire and different interpretations of Ghandi. This is the eighth lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: Ghandi and the Salt March

The British Empire: Ghandi and the Salt March

Lesson that focuses on the British Empire and the role of Ghandi and the Salt March. This is the seventh lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: India and the 'Jewel in the Crown'

The British Empire: India and the 'Jewel in the Crown'

Lesson that focuses on the implications of the British Empire and the role of India as the ‘Jewel in the crown.’ This is the sixth lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: India and the Rebellion of 1857

The British Empire: India and the Rebellion of 1857

Lesson that focuses on the British Empire and the implications of the 1857 rebellion in India. This is the fifth lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: The East Indian's control over India

The British Empire: The East Indian's control over India

Induction lesson that considers the control that the East Indian Company had over India. This is the fourth lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
The British Empire: Britain in India, the East Indian Company

The British Empire: Britain in India, the East Indian Company

Lesson that focuses on the implications of the British Empire and the effects of the East Indian Company. This is the third lesson of the enquiry that focuses on the British Empire and relations with India. Enquiry will build to focus on the reasons that India was able to achieve independence and the consequences of this.
MrHistory
Revision Edexcel Cold War Depth Study - 6x Cold War Essay Plans

Revision Edexcel Cold War Depth Study - 6x Cold War Essay Plans

Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Super power relations and the Cold War revision. This resource provides 6x Cold War essay plans (3x narrative account and 3x importance question) for Cold War Depth Study revision. There is a student worksheet and accompanying powerpoint with completed plan and answers. It allows teacher to run through the questions with students and complete coherent and informative plans for revision.
grace-fagan
GCSE History Revision Games

GCSE History Revision Games

This is a variety of revision games for history covering topics included in the GCSE exam. This can be a fun way for students to revise before the exam. All instructions are included.
14bensona
GCSE History - TELL ME ABOUT Games

GCSE History - TELL ME ABOUT Games

This is a bundle of TELL ME ABOUT games. All instructions are included in each resource. There is one for a variety of topics covered at GCSE. This can be a fun way for students to revise.
14bensona
NEW OCR A: International Recap

NEW OCR A: International Recap

Lesson summarising the content of the International Relations paper, plus ‘how to’ for 10 mark (and 20/25 mark) question with exam practice. Can do main activities from exercise book,s or official OCR Ben Walsh textbook.
ARose90
Edexcel Cold War GCSE Revision Sheet - Consequences

Edexcel Cold War GCSE Revision Sheet - Consequences

A3 sheet with main events of the Cold War. Front side contains blank table for students to complete as revision activity. Back shows completed sheet so students have in depth revision resources. Excellent revision resource for conseuqences and importance question. Contains column for: What happened? What were the consequences? For example: Hungarian Uprising **What happened: ** In 1956 people of Hungary began to protest about their lack of political freedoms and problems created by fuel shortages and poor harvests. This led to riots in Budapest and the replacement of Rakosi with Imre Nagy. Nagy announced a set of proposed reforms – authorised release of political prisoners, ended 1 party state. 1000 Russian tanks were sent and 4000 Hungarians killed fighting the Russians. Nagy executed. Consequences: • 200,000 Hungarian refugees fled into Austria. • Russia stayed in control behind the Iron Curtain. • People in the West were horrified. • Became clear that Western Europe would not come to the aid of Eastern European countries. • Khrushchev’s position became more secure in the Soviet Union. • Example that Warsaw Pact members should do as they were told by Russia.
grace-fagan
Edexcel: 2.2c Russia: Revision:  End of the Romanovs / Provisional Government

Edexcel: 2.2c Russia: Revision: End of the Romanovs / Provisional Government

This lesson looks at the first Provisional Government and the unit on the exam board SOW entitled the end of the Romanovs. The main task is the handout worksheet, which pupils will then use the powerpoint, the nature of Tsarist government handout, videos and the crossword to complete fully. The course textbook is helpful for those pupils that are stuck.
sambennett
Edexcel: 2.2c Russia: Revision: Opposition to Tsarism

Edexcel: 2.2c Russia: Revision: Opposition to Tsarism

This lesson uses the course textbook to help pupils if they are stuck. Lesson begins with a recap of the different social groups, before sorting reasons for opposition into different groups (Answers included). Pupils then unscramble key words for types of opposition before completing a crossword about the 1905 Revolution. Pupils then play a little pictionary to identify problems in Russia, before a teacher led mini-lecture on the Tsars 3 types of reaction. This is followed by a What If history discussion and a short round robin plenary.
sambennett
Edexcel: 2.2c: Russia: Revision: Nicholas II

Edexcel: 2.2c: Russia: Revision: Nicholas II

Aimed at Edexcel A Level, giving an overview of the Nature of the Tsar sub unit. Pupils work independently to fill in the main worksheet, using the powerpoint and video etc to help them - this can therefore be teacher led if required. All answer sheets are included as well.
sambennett
20 Revision Quizzes - AQA GCSE American: Opportunity & Inequality (1920-1973) History United States

20 Revision Quizzes - AQA GCSE American: Opportunity & Inequality (1920-1973) History United States

America: Opportunity and Inequality (1920-1973) - a set of 20 revision quizzes which cover the whole of the AQA GCSE History period study. Each quiz had a set of 10 questions which cover a previous one/two lessons. As part of retrieval practice for GCSE, students complete 10 questions on a previous lesson as a starter / bell task / settler activity - This allows students to consolidate their knowledge on previous lessons before moving forward and make links to the wider context. This resource also contains a powerpoint which has the answers to all 20 quizzes. One slide for each quiz with animated answers for each AfL. They are tagged together so students have a pack of 20 revision cards / 200 key facts that cover the whole topic.
gemwilliams2
Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Lesson complete with all resources. Includes: Lynching (Emmett Till); Montgomery Bus Boycott; Little Rock Nine; Birmingham Campaign; Greensboro Sit In; Martin Luther King Jr & I have a dream speech; Exam skills
elemmacmac
Britain in 1901

Britain in 1901

This lesson is based on the Technology, War and Independence KS3 textbooks. The lesson includes a range of activities including creating an information leaflet. The PPT also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). I have also included a differentiated version of the textbook information and an additional info sheet for the more able. Please feel free to ask any questions :)
Dani0704
Edexcel: 2.2c: Russia: February Revolution

Edexcel: 2.2c: Russia: February Revolution

This lesson follows the new Edexcel Route C specification, but can be adapted to other Russia Units, as long as there is access to the Edexcel course textbook. This lesson starts with a little pictogram identification, before a video lecture to gain an overview of the February Revolution, and then a guided worksheet looking at all the different parts. There is a crossword to conclude (with answers).
sambennett
AQA A-Level, Option 2O: Democracy & Nazism 1918-1945 - Part 2: Nazi Germany, 1933-1945

AQA A-Level, Option 2O: Democracy & Nazism 1918-1945 - Part 2: Nazi Germany, 1933-1945

AQA A-Level, Option 2O: Democracy & Nazism 1918-1945 Part 2: Nazi Germany, 1933-1945 Topic 1 - The Nazi Dictatorship, 1933-1939 Lesson 1: Hitler’s Consolidation of Power Lesson 2: The Terror State and Propaganda Lesson 3: Economic Policies Lesson 4: Social Policies Topic 2 - The Radical State, 1933-1945 Lesson 5: The Radicalisation of the State Lesson 6: Anti-Semitism Lesson 7&8: Development of Anti-Semitic Policies and Jewish Treatment Topic 3 - The Impact of War, 1939-1945 Lesson 9: Germany at War and Morale Lesson 10: The Wartime Economy & Albert Speer Lesson 11: The Racial State Lesson 12: Opposition and Resistance in Wartime
MrTHistory
AQA Democracy & Nazism (2O) - Nazi Germany: The Impact of War, 1939-1945

AQA Democracy & Nazism (2O) - Nazi Germany: The Impact of War, 1939-1945

AQA Democracy & Nazism (2O) Nazi Germany: The Impact of War, 1939-1945 These lessons have been designed for A-Level students and are of particular relevance for those studying the new AQA A-Level, Paper 2O. Lesson 1 - Germany at War and German Morale Lesson 2 - The Wartime Economy and Albert Speer Lesson 3 - The Radical State Lesson 4 - Opposition and Resistance in Wartime
MrTHistory
Nazi Germany: The Impact of War 1939-1945 - Opposition and Resistance in Wartime

Nazi Germany: The Impact of War 1939-1945 - Opposition and Resistance in Wartime

This lesson is titled ‘Opposition and Resistance in Wartime’. It is the final lesson (4/4) in a topic titled ‘The Impact of War 1939-1945’. This topic is the third (3/3) in a study of Nazi Germany, 1933-1945 and is of particular relevance to those studying the new AQA A-Level, option 2O. Some of the key focuses include… The different areas of resistance: Communists, Christians, Conservatives etc. The Kreisau Circle The Stauffenberg Bomb Plot The White Rose group Conclusions regarding Germany’s situation at the end of the war End of section quiz, essay questions and sources question
MrTHistory
TELL ME ABOUT - 1920s America

TELL ME ABOUT - 1920s America

Please use this mat as a revision game to play in groups in the classroom. This should be printed on A3 paper and laminated so that it can be re-used. This means that students can write their initials on their square instead of using counters. The way the game is played can be manipulated. However, the main instructions are as follows (also included on sheet): This is to be played in groups. Each student has a counter. They roll a dice and move that number of places. They then have to tell or explain to the others in their group about that topic. If they manage 15 seconds, they get 1 points. If they manage 25 seconds, they get 2 points. If they get 35 or more seconds, they get 3 points. Please use a great revision resource for group work. Please also leave any feedback for future revision resources and how to improve them.
14bensona
Gandhi Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (PG – 1982)

Gandhi Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (PG – 1982)

This Gandhi Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (PG - 1982) challenges students to analyze the movement that Gandhi led and opposition that he faced. Encourage students to discuss his strategies of peaceful, non-violent protest and think critically about why they are effective. This resource consists of 18 high-level, short answer and essay questions that will do more than just ask your students to regurgitate information. Please see the preview file for sample questions from this resource. This product .zip file includes: A student movie guide, PDF print version (6 pages) A student movie guide, PDF digital fillable form version (6 pages) *An answer key is not included as answers will vary a lot because students are encouraged to construct their own meaning throughout the film and many questions are open-ended. Is this movie guide worth it? Download two of my movie guides for free below: The Lightning Thief Kung Fu Panda 3 For more product images, sample questions and teacher reviews and ratings, please visit my TPT site at TeacherTravis : ) Your support, feedback, and follows are appreciated: Follow me on Pinterest | teachertrav Like my Facebook page | K12MovieGuides Visit my website | K12MovieGuides Follow me on Instagram | TeacherTravis Follow me on Twitter | K12MovieGuides
travis82
Historical Quotable Quotes

Historical Quotable Quotes

Presentation designed for use as a starter/plenary activity in KS3/4 English History or as a meaningful activity in a tutorial or general studies lesson. On each slide a significant quote from a historical or contemporary figure is given and 4 possible “authors” of the quote. Students are challenged to use prior knowledge and reasoning to identify the correct author. Selection of the correct individual will lead to further information relating to the background of the saying. There are 50 different quotations and 103 slides in all with hyperlinks embedded throughout.
20JET12
GCSE AQA History - America (1920-1973) Opportunity and Inequality

GCSE AQA History - America (1920-1973) Opportunity and Inequality

A bundle of resources on the AQA History GCSE Period Study: America 1920-1973 - Opportunity and Inequality. This bundle contains: A detailed timeline split into sections for easy revision. A fill-in revision guide (23 pages long). 20 revision quizzes that cover the whole topic plus a powerpoint which contains all the answers. An exam question structure sheet to support students which answering question.
gemwilliams2
Exam Feedback Sheet / Marking Grid - Conflict and Tension - AQA History GCSE Assessment

Exam Feedback Sheet / Marking Grid - Conflict and Tension - AQA History GCSE Assessment

**AQA GCSE History Paper 1 - Section 2 - Conflict and Tension ** This marking grid can be used for any of the Conflict and Tension topics for AQA: The First World War 1894-1918 The Interwar Years 1918-1939 The Cold War 1945-1972 Asia 1950-1975 An easy marking grid for mock exam marking to provide feedback to students. Allows the teacher to give specific feedback for each question - specifically providing feedback on why they have achieved the mark they have and a target to improve their marks. There is space to write feedback as well as providing a DIRT activity and total marks, SPaG and Grade.
gemwilliams2
Edexcel 9-1 GCSE - Weimar and Nazi Germany Student Revision Guide UNIT 3

Edexcel 9-1 GCSE - Weimar and Nazi Germany Student Revision Guide UNIT 3

Unit 3 Student Study Guide Contains detailed top level Grade 9 knowledge on all aspects of the course, covering the specification from Edexcel Easily accessible for all levels Includes a wide range of exam questions with a ‘how to’ guide for each question aw well as tips and literacy support Exam questions broken down (easily accessible for all levels) Self-assessment tasks for each unit Key term documents for each unit High-quality, well presented and student friendly, differentiated resources The entire specification covered Can be used for revision, homework, exam preparation or simply used as a point of reference within class teaching
planmylesson
GCSE AQA History notes

GCSE AQA History notes

These history notes are for the AQA History B specification and cover 6 of the topics across the 2 units. The notes cover: Depression and the New Deal - The USA 1929-41 Hitler’s Foreign Policy the Origins of the Second World War Origins of the Cold War Peacemaking and the League of Nations The Roaring 20s - The USA 1919-29 War in Vietnam 1954-75 I made and used these for my revision and got an A*. Buying as a bundle saves you 67%
johnnysturgeon