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

Whitechapel (crime and punishment) 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
Battle of Hastings BINGO

Battle of Hastings BINGO

This is for Key stage 3 History, when studying the William the Conqueror topic. I read out the definitions of the words and students have to cross off words on their grids.
MissHeyPresto
Getting the vote

Getting the vote

A PowerPoint with activities that takes students from the Peterloo Massacre through to the Suffragettes.
jamiew4
Children in Factories

Children in Factories

A fully resourced lesson looking at children in factories in the Industrial revolution. It particularly looks at source material and encourages students to engage into the three different colour coded difficulties: Medium, Hard and Fiendish. These are differentiated for students or staff to adapt their lesson to pupil needs. Contains a link to a video, as well as a source query question
OMaddox
Industrial Revolution: Why was the railway significant?

Industrial Revolution: Why was the railway significant?

This lesson looks at the impact the railway had in Britain. Students complete, recap starter, a colour coding and categorizing task, a source discussion as well as a GCSE styled question. The lesson includes challenge tasks to stretch the top end and sentence starters to aid students.
j_leemosley
Revolutionary War Guided Notepacket

Revolutionary War Guided Notepacket

Bring the American Revolution right into your classroom. With over 65 pages, this engaging note packet will give your students every angle of the war including how it all began living in the original colonies, to the design of the American flag, and the surrender at Yorktown. It’s all contained in this package. Depending on your curriculum, you can customize the activities and worksheets or put it all together for an engaging unit describing the war that led to American’s independence. Content included in this packet includes: Colonial America – 13 colonies The first American flag “the Betsy Ross flag debate” Preparation for rebellion vocabulary The three geographic areas of the colonies American armies and the militia The continental army The royal army – British redcoats Preparations for war – population, manufacturing, & armies Weapons of the revolutionary war The history and evolution of the American flag Also, this educational artifact has the top ten most influential battles of the Revolutionary war. The battles that are covered include the following: Lexington & Concord Bunker Hill Battle of Quebec Battle of Charleston Battle of Trenton Battle of Saratoga Battle of Rhode Island Battle of Kings Mountain Battle of Cowpens Yorktown Also included are the Heroes of the war section. 16 war generals and significant militia that helped turn the ties of the war. Learn about the following Colonial & British Veterans! Paul Revere General William Howe Richard Montgomery Benedict Arnold Henry Clinton Benjamin Lincoln John Adams George Washington John Burgoyne Simon Fraser John Sullivan Patrick Ferguson Nathaniel Greene Charles Cornwallis Daniel Morgan Salem Poor Each person has an extension activity that includes a smart phone or tablet bar code that links to an information website link. Students love these activities. Included in this package is a detailed teacher's answer key. This guided note packets can be utilized in multiple ways. In addition, teachers love the correlation using the note packets with the PowerPoints. They are both engaging and visual.
Taylaj42
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
The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution

This unit of work is designed for students of the NSW History K-10 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Stage 5 Depth Study 1: Making a Better World? The Industrial Revolution This bundle includes: + How did the Industrial revolution affect the working conditions of Australians? Source-based activity + What impact did the Industrial Revolution have on Australians in the 1800s? Source-based activity + What were the living conditions of Australians in the 1800s? Source-based activity
WayneWoods