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Segregation and discrimination in the USA

Segregation and discrimination in the USA

A pictorial PowerPoint presentation about the history of segregation and discrimination in the USA from the days of slavery until the onset of the civil rights movement. A warning, there are some very graphic images. This presentation provides useful prior background to the study of the civil rights movement.
gilberto
Assessment and Marking. WJEC GCSE History Generic Mark Schemes for Unit 2 (EDUQAS adaptable)

Assessment and Marking. WJEC GCSE History Generic Mark Schemes for Unit 2 (EDUQAS adaptable)

A generic set of mark schemes for the Unit 2 paper on Elizabethan Age, Germany in Transition, Russia in Revolution and USA a nation of contrasts. All 5 exam style questions are included. All mark schemes have been subdivided into their relevant Assessment Objectives. All mark schemes have been designed to provide an element of self assessment, and coded improvements (DIRT). Any images associated with this resource have been accessed via Google images labelled for reuse.
wodewee
French Revolution Leaders Task

French Revolution Leaders Task

This task is designed as an introduction to the main influential people of the French Revolution. Students are given a leader to research and write a speech about. They then to present this stage to the rest of the class you complete notes in the table. A few leaders have been included, however, obviously more could be Included, depending on the size of your class and requirements of the course. It would be greatly appreciated if you would leave a review.
LadyBCrawford
Model Estates-General

Model Estates-General

Designed in a similar fashion to the Model United Nations run by UNAA Victoria, this activity places students into the mindset of the Estates-General asking students to come up with demands and negotiate for changes. Included with this resource are both PDF and Word documents allowing you to alter roles or instructions as needed for your class. I use this with my class before discussing what happened at the Estates-General, however, it could also be used after discussing the Estates-General. Please leave a review if you purchase, it would be greatly appreciated.
LadyBCrawford
The Suffragettes

The Suffragettes

An introduction to the Suffragettes and Suffragists, and the methods used by each to campaign for the vote.
lwallett