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World War One: Conscientious Objectors

World War One: Conscientious Objectors

Complete lesson on conscientious objectors. Focuses include... - Source analysis activities throughout the lesson - Contextual information - chances for reading, recording and discussion - Hyperlinked documentary and differentiated question sheets for students to answer as they watch - Plenary activity and Homework
MrTHistory
Argo worksheet

Argo worksheet

This worksheet accompanies the 2012 feature film Argo. It is designed to enhance student understanding of Iranian-U.S. relations in 1980 and the impact of the 1979 revolution. The worksheet enhances teaching of the NSW Modern History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Higher School Certificate course National Studies Option H: Iran 1953-1989
WayneWoods
Mao and the Cultural Revolution

Mao and the Cultural Revolution

This resource is aimed at either GCSE or A-Level history, and enables students through differentiated worksheets to read and analyse a leading historian`s views about Mao`s creation and control of the Cultural Revolution. It also provides an opportunity for students to evaluate the historian`s use of language in terms of building an argument and putting forward historical assertions.
rjb1976
National 4 / 5 History: Era of the Great War (WWI)

National 4 / 5 History: Era of the Great War (WWI)

This is the second of two packs which covers the full Scottish National 4/5 WWI (Era of The Great War) course. The power points (which have all resources in them to be printed) have been updated from last years to include more visual exam revision activities e.g. for every exam question there is a slide of pictures which pupils will annotate. In addition, due to the changes to the exam this year they now focus much more on 'explain' than 'describe' questions. This pack also has the revision pictures for the FULL course & KU Test e.g. for every exam question. This bundle includes: 1. Revision Pictures 2. KU Test 3. Battle of Somme 4. Extension of the Franchise 5. Women's Jobs 6. Changing Role - Both before & During 7. Women's Suffrage 8. Women & Vote PLUS All 9 Mark Essay Questions & Guide 9. Deaths & Casualities 10. Red Clydeside 11. Homes Fit For Heroes 12. Industry - Before & During (farming/fish/shipbuilding/jute/coal/steel & iron) 13. New Industries
alixtharris1988
What was the immediate impact of Khomeini's return to Iran?

What was the immediate impact of Khomeini's return to Iran?

Ayatollah Khomeini returned to Iran on February 1, 1979 to widespread popular support. He has immediate problems to deal with: establishment of an effective government and bureaucracy, taking control of the military, arresting and putting on trial members of the Shah's administration, establishment of the Pasdaran (Revolutionary Guard) and dealing with unrest amongst the people including ethnic minorities. This source-based task is designed for students of the NSW Modern History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Higher School Certificate course National Studies Option H: Iran 1953-1989
WayneWoods
Edexcel Superpower relations and the Cold War -  narrative activity worksheet

Edexcel Superpower relations and the Cold War - narrative activity worksheet

Narrative question worksheets (with a differentiated version). Students link the events to the correct question. Sequence the events before using the word and sentence stem boxes to write up a response. Perfect for practicing exam technique and revising key events. Useful for a starter task or a homework activity or ideal for a skills lesson activity. 6 example questions included. Remind students that in the exam they have to explain 3 developments and that they should add their own knowledge when writing up. In the examination students should aim to spend 10 minutes writing up this question, so this could be a timed activity. I give my classes 15 minutes to cut out the labels, sequence them, add the extra knowledge and write up a response. It's important that the students start to get into the habit of arranging and sequencing the events and using the linking language. Terms of Use: Purchase of this item entitles the purchaser the right to reproduce the pages for personal and classroom use only. Duplication for other classes, an entire school or for commercial use is strictly prohibited without written permission from the author. Minor editing is allowed but only for personal use. The document remains under copyright even when edited. Pasting this item in whole or part on the Internet in any form is strictly prohibited and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Copyright 2017
planmylesson
What were the aims, successes and failures of the 1963 White Revolution?

What were the aims, successes and failures of the 1963 White Revolution?

The Shah's 1963 White Revolution introduced a wide range of political reforms including changes to land ownership and agriculture, female suffrage, changes to education and health programs, factories and the Iranian economy. There were spectacular successes, notably education. However, there were also significant failures including the depopulation of poorer rural peoples and their subsequent move to city slums. This source-based task is deigned for students of the NSW Modern History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Higher School certificate course National Studies Option H: Iran 1953 - 1989
WayneWoods
Edexcel Superpower Relations & Cold War L15 Why did Cuba become a problem for the USA?

Edexcel Superpower Relations & Cold War L15 Why did Cuba become a problem for the USA?

Students begin by creating a caption for a cartoon of JFK. They then categorise knowledge cards before producing a SWOT analysis of Cuba for Castro in 1959 before he launches his revolution. They use their knowledge of Cuba and fresh evidence cards of the main incidents following the revolution to create a heart beat graph for President Kennedy. This is then used to respond to a series of questions. There is a homework activity on the causes of effects on the Bay of Pigs incident. The lesson concludes with students refining their cartoon captions. Please leave feedback if you found this lesson helpful
planmylesson