I’ve taken the target grades for 3 to 8 and compiled a document for each one detailing: How many marks students have to achieve in each question to gain their target grade What skills/structure they would need to achieve this mark for each style of question. Very handy to show personalised intervention!
Designed for the OCR exam at GCSE but can be used for other age groups.
A project for y7-8 (could be adapted to KS4) based on religious views of animal testing
A booklet aimed at KS4 students doing the 2016 OCR SHP Viking Expansion topic. It also has an overview of the historical concepts and skills.
An activity to support LA to HA students in their explanation of physical features and how they change over time. Final activity focuses on typicality and compares to other castles.
Based on the SHP content (new book released Aug 2017). Provides all the knowledge students will need to pass the Viking expansion unit, including a supportive revision booklet aimed at PP/SEN students to go alongside the lessons. Could equally be completed at home as part of an independent revision task.
Suitable for new GCSE, OCR SHP (Crime and Punishment topic)
Resources for OCR SHP History Around Us, Kenilworth Castle. Includes: -A3 revision sheet (+ completed version) - Quiz - Exam practice
A booklet of source and 20 mark exam practice questions. Included is a series of ‘notebooks’ which allow students to interact and move statements around to form both sides of the argument for 4 of the 20 markers.
Targeted questions for watching Selma video on the Civil Rights Movement / MLK
Lessons suitable for the new GCSE - OCR SHP Norman Conquest (to be used in conjunction with the OCR textbook).
Covering 1250-1500, 1500-1750, 1750-1900 and c,1900+. This is based on the OCR SHP exam spec (so heavy focus on reasons behind change and continuity), but easily adapted for any exam board as the content is still the same. Useful as independent revision activity or in class.
An engaging set of resources based on the typicality of Kenilworth castle
A short, fun (end of year!) SOW based on the idea of the ‘days that shook the world’. Supports development of source analysis and using evidence to fully explain your point/judgement.
Revision lessons and accompanying booklet (for PP/SEND students). Aimed at OCR SHP exam spec, but easily suitable for any exam board as this just covers content.
Worksheet and lesson to accompany watching Rise of Evil
Lessons suitable for the new GCSE - OCR SHP Norman Conquest.
A creative activity where students create a voice-over to a British Pathe newsreel on the Battle for the Atlantic. Suitable for KS3 or KS4.
A balloon debate on the most significant slavery abolitionist with added checkpoint quiz
For OCR SHP (History Around Us). Can be used as an introduction to the course OR as a revision activity.
Two lessons: 1. Events of 1066 (based on video - link in PPT) 2. Changes / continuities from Anglo-Saxon to Norman