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GCSE History 9-1 AQA Health and the People (Medicine) Full Course Knowledge Test (80 Qs)

GCSE History 9-1 AQA Health and the People (Medicine) Full Course Knowledge Test (80 Qs)

20 questions on each time period covered in this topic - Medieval, Renaissance, Industrial, Modern. The questions are colour-coded by difficulty, and all answers are included. 5,000-word document in total. The test itself is 5 pages long - the idea is that revising from this (and potentially also my 16-marker factor sheet, uploaded separately) will fully equip students with a mastery of the content.
md89
OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 2 - Medieval Overview to The People's Health

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 2 - Medieval Overview to The People's Health

This lesson is the second in a series put together to follow The People's Health unit of the OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History course. The lesson gives an overview to the medieval section of The People's Health unit and takes a look at health, living conditions and disease in the middle ages. Students are also introduced to the various aspects of medieval life, beliefs and society that had an affect on the health of the people in this time period. The resource includes a full lesson presentation along with all printable information and task resources in an associated document. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
m1nstrel
Bertram Bile: Dead Man's Rest (Book 6)

Bertram Bile: Dead Man's Rest (Book 6)

A short story set along the River Thames, for students aged 8 and above. There is a new story available each day, and each story is available to download for free for the first five days (Repeats every 90 days). Ebook (http://amzn.to/2EVfqP5), and print versions available in regular text and giant print text. Each short story can be read alone, or as part of the series. Can be tied in with a free Skype in the Classroom session for World Book Day and World Read Aloud Day, or to invite an author into your classroom (https://education.microsoft.com/Story/SkypeLesson/?token=BBGDV) "What could possibly go wrong on a school field trip with your favourite geography teacher? Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Bertram Bile and best friend Molly. This episode is based at Tewksbury Mead at one of the sources of the River Thames. It takes place at Grid Reference ST980994 at the Hoar Stone. #Bertram&Molly
sarah277
This resource explains the religion of Islam

This resource explains the religion of Islam

This resource is prepared for GCSE students who take History at KS3. It explains the religion -Islam and its impact on Middle East and the modern world . It gives vivid examples of Islamic civilizations and the contribution of Islam in different spheres.
geo_pal2000
Revision activities Normans

Revision activities Normans

Two revision PPT's to support students working independently or can be adapted for lesson use. - option A is for low to mid ability (focus on lower order skills - acquiring knowledge) - option B is for mid to high ability (focus on exam practice).
Lucrich
Motte and Bailey Castles

Motte and Bailey Castles

The power point explains how castles evolved throughout the Medieval period. The activity sheet is a line drawing of a Motte and Bailey castle that needs labelling. Very good for less able Year 7s.
newjobjane
Invasion, Conquest and Castles (Year 7 SoW)

Invasion, Conquest and Castles (Year 7 SoW)

A scheme of work with powerpoint, learning objectives, activity tasks, worksheets, SEN worksheets and embedded activities with hyperlinks to videos on the invasion of William of Normandy and the other claimants to the throne and other key historical events to 1485 (harrying of the north, feudal system, transformation of castles, domesday book, life in medieval towns, magna carta, causes and effects of black death, peasants revolt, murder of Thomas Beckett). Additionally two assessments come with the bundle on 1066 and the transformation of castles.
Capell6
Life in a Medieval Village

Life in a Medieval Village

A fun and engaging lesson designed for Year 7 that shows them what medieval villages were like. Students meet Derrick who has to decide if he wants to stay in his village or move to the nearby town. Students first make inferences about the village. Using character cards they then look at who worked in the village and how important they are. Extra info is given about the village and students are asked to colour code the information. An Argue Dash then checks students learning before they write a PEE paragraph about village life.
missmerrygold
GCSE 9-1 Norman England: Motte and Bailey Castles

GCSE 9-1 Norman England: Motte and Bailey Castles

GCSE Anglo Saxon and Norman England New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Could be used for Edexcel, AQA, WJEC, OCR etc. Full lesson on Williams use of Motte and Bailey Castles with Time Team theme to look at causes, features and importance. Includes 4 mark 'features' question and paragraph of 12 mark control question. All lesson activities and resources included. Part of Anglo Saxon and Norman England 2 and an enquiry sequence of Williams control of England Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome
MrThorntonTeach