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Headbandz - Who am I? - GCSE History Revision Game

Headbandz - Who am I? - GCSE History Revision Game

This is a fun and engaging GCSE history revision activity based on the popular Headbandz game (a.k.a. Who am I?). The idea of the game is for the students to guess which historical figure is on the card on their forehead by asking their classmates simple questions. The rest of the class can only answer ‘Yes’ or ‘No’. So the better they know the GCSE course the easier they will find the game! There are 60 cards in total. These cards are for: -Medicine and Health Through Time -Weimar & Nazi Germany -The Cold War and Super Power Relations -The Normans and Anglo Saxons These cards are easy to adapt or add to so you can customise the pack if you don’t teach any of these units. A fun, easy to run, popular and effective revision activity.
laumorrow
Ancient Rome Poster

Ancient Rome Poster

This poster is a PDF and can be used in a World History class. It was designed as a 18x24 inch poster but could be stretched to fit other sizes as well.
ashdchristie
Roman Goddess Juno Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords RE History

Roman Goddess Juno Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords RE History

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet of keywords on the theme of ‘Roman Goddess Juno’. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Ancient Civilizations Poster

Ancient Civilizations Poster

This poster is a PDF and can be used in a World History class. It was designed as a 18x24 inch poster but could be stretched to fit other sizes as well.
ashdchristie
Year 3 End of Topic Roman Quiz

Year 3 End of Topic Roman Quiz

This was a quiz used for a Year 3 History lesson to review their learning of the Roman topic. Questions can be adapted to suit your topics. This quiz currently covers: Timeline knowledge, Villas, Pompeii, Invasion of Britain, Roman Roads, Boudicca, Roman Army and Roman Gods. Roman soldier picture owned by R Coulson 2018 Background picture obtained from Google Images, I do not own this picture.
RCHope94
Romans - Year 4

Romans - Year 4

Collection of resources to support this topic - for a much more extensive collection of resources please check out the paid for resource folder - this is more of a taster :)
Lisawarry
Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome

This bundle contains 8 resources and is an ideal resources to teach the topic of Ancient Rome at KS 2 (YR. 6) and KS 3 (YR. 7). The overall resource guides pupils through Ancient Roman History and is intended to be studied in the following order: The Growth of the Roman Empire, looking at how the Empire grew from a city state to ruling large parts of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, also introducing the legend of Romulus and Remus. Ruling Ancient Rome, looks at the change from Monarchy, to Republic and Senate to rule by Emperor, introducing Julius Caesar and the first 5 Emperors. The Roman Army looks at the organisation of the army and its importance in the growth of the Empire. The Life of a Roman Soldier looks at the qualities a Roman Soldier needed and discipline in the army. The Success of the Roman Army concentrates on the equipment soldiers carried as well as the different fighting techniques employed in Battle. Conquering Britain, looks at failed attempts to invade Britain by Julius Caesar, as well as the reasons the Romans wanted to conquer Britain which is taught using a game with follow up work. Roman life looks at what it was like to live in Rome, concentrating on City life and the life of a slave. The Fall of the Roman Empire looks at the reasons why the Empire eventually fell, concentrating on internal and external factors. Each resource is supported by a PowerPoint presentation with learning objectives and starter and plenary exercises. Each topic has worksheets and activities to support it, all of which are differentiated to allow access by pupils of all abilities.
COOK94