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Chatterbox Collection

Chatterbox Collection

A set of 4 seasonally themed chatterboxes. A fun way to introduce or conclude a topic. Most include three different templates: a fun one, a facts one and one for children to design themselves. Children can learn some exciting new facts or organise their own to wow their family with what they have learnt. Enjoy!
Pencilplayground
Bonfire Night Chatterboxes

Bonfire Night Chatterboxes

A fun way to introduce or conclude learning about Bonfire Night. 3 different templates: Bonfire Night, the Gunpowder Plot and an empty one for children to add their own facts. Children can learn some exciting new facts or organise their own to WOW their family with what they have learnt. Enjoy!
Pencilplayground
Bonfire Night Pack

Bonfire Night Pack

Have you ever wondered how London would have changed if the Gunpowder plot had been successful? Did you know the queen still has the cellars of Westminster checked by a guard before she arrives? A range of fact-filled Bonfire Night themed resources for years 2 - 4. Great opportunities to create a class display. Resources include 3 chatterbox templates, two reading comprehensions, a lesson to create a wonderful fire poetry display and 2 themed word searches.
Pencilplayground
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
The Suffragettes

The Suffragettes

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

Lloyd George and The Liberals

History GCSE 9-1, 3x well differentiated lessons on: Liberal Government and Laissez Faire Liberal Reforms and Lloyd George, Poverty and the People's budget, Each lesson is: Designed to last hour - last task can be set as homework or done as plenary, depending on time. Includes clip question and differentiated questions, starter sheets, LO check sheet with key terms and reasons cards all included with 1 hour Powerpoint. Leave a review and choose any other resource from my shop for free: email me at info@ecpublishing.co.uk with your choice :)
History_Geek