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Model Answers for GCSE Edexcel History: Superpower Relations and the Cold War This document (7 pages) contains 11 model answers and 2 plans. This style of question can be found in Paper 2 of Edexcel GCSE History (P4: Superpower relations and the Cold War 1941-91) A list of the questions answered are also available in the preview. Students can use these as inspiration to construct their own answers. Ideal for students who have fallen behind on revision or for mock exams. Written by a straight 9 student with an offer to study at Cambridge, and have been fully corrected by an experienced Examiner and teacher! CONSEQUENCE QUESTIONS Explain two consequences of the Tehran Conference of November 1943 Explain two consequences of the Potsdam Conference of July 1945. Explain two consequences of the Truman Doctrine. Explain two consequences of the Marshall Plan. Explain two consequences for relations between the USA and the Soviet Union of Reagan becoming President. Explain two consequences of Gorbachev’s new thinking on Eastern Europe. Explain two consequences of the Cuban Revolution of 1959 Explain two consequences of Mikhail Gorbachev’s decision to abandon the Brezhnev Doctrine - NOTE PLAN ONLY NARRATIVE ACCOUNT QUESTIONS Write a narrative account analysing the key events of the Soviet expansion in eastern Europe in the years 1945-48. Write a narrative account analysing the key events in the Soviet Union in the years 1989-91. You may use the following in your answer: The impact of Sinatra Doctrine, Developments in East Germany. Write a narrative account analysing the key events of the Hungarian Uprising in 1956. You may use the following in your answer: Imre Nagy, Soviet Tanks. IMPORTANCE QUESTIONS The importance of the Potsdam Conference for early Cold War tension between the USA and the Soviet Union. Explain the importance of Ronald Reagan for relations between the USA and the Soviet Union - DETAILED PLAN ONLY We really appreciate **feedback **on our resources so if you kindly leave a review below, you will be able to claim any resource (up to the value of this resource) from our shop for FREE. Just email simplyrevisable@gmail.com with your username and your chosen resource. More resources available in my shop!
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GCSE History Edexcel: Weimar and Nazi Germany Exam Questions Model Answers This document (14 pages) contains 19 detailed exam questions and model answers. This style of question can be found in Paper 2 of Edexcel GCSE History (option B4: Early Elizabethan England 1558-88) A list of the questions answered are also available in the preview. Students can use these as inspiration to construct their own answers. Ideal for students who have fallen behind on revision or for mock exams. Written by a straight 9 student with an offer to study at Cambridge, and have been fully corrected by an experienced Examiner and teacher! Describe two feature … (4 marks) Describe two features of Elizabethan theatre. Describe two features of Elizabethan government. Describe two features of Elizabethan society. Describe two features of the Elizabethan religious settlement Describe two features of Puritan religious beliefs. Describe two features of Walsingham’s methods of catching Catholic plotters. Describe two features of grammar schools. Describe two features of universities. Describe two features of theatres in Elizabethan London. Explain why … (12 marks) Explain why Raleigh’s first colony to Virginia failed? Explain why Mary, Queen of Scots created a problem for Elizabeth when she came to England in 1568. Explain why Mary, Queen of Scots was executed in 1587? Explain why the Spanish Armada was defeated. Explain why there was an increase in exploration in the years 1558-88. Explain why Raleigh’s first colony in Virginia failed. How far do you agree with this statement? (16 marks) ‘Elizabeth’s greatest problem in 1558 was the threat of invasion.’ ’The Northern Earls rebelled for religious reasons.’ ‘The government tried hard to help everyone who was poor’. ‘Population growth was the main reason why vagabondage increased in Elizabethan England ‘ We really appreciate feedback on our resources so if you kindly leave a review below, you will be able to claim any resource (up to the value of this resource) from our shop for FREE. Just email simplyrevisable@gmail.com with your username and your chosen resource. More resources available in my shop!
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GCSE History Edexcel: Weimar and Nazi Germany Exam Questions Model Answers This document (over 10 pages) contains 14 detailed exam questions and model answers. There is at least 1 model answer for each style of question. This style of question can be found in Paper 3 of Edexcel GCSE History (option 31: Weimar and Nazi Germany 1918-39). A list of the questions answered are also available in the preview. Sources are taken from the Pearson (John Child) and Hodder (John Wright & Steve Waugh) textbooks and are NOT included in the download due to copyright. Students can use these as inspiration to construct their own answers. Ideal for students who have fallen behind on revision or for mock exams. Written by a straight 9 student with an offer to study at Cambridge, and have been fully corrected by an experienced Examiner and teacher! Question 1 – Give two things you can infer from Source A about: (4 marks) life in Germany under the Nazis. the treatment of prisoners in concentration camps. 4 marks the Hitler Youth. the role of women in Nazi Germany. Question 2 – Explain why: (12 marks) Nazi propaganda was so effective. there was so little resistance and opposition to Hitler and the Nazis in Germany in the years 1933-1939. there was a great reduction in unemployment in Germany between 1933-39? the Nazi police state was successful between 1933-39. Question 3a – How useful are Sources B and C for an enquiry into…? (8 marks) the Hitler Youth? the attitudes of Germans towards Nazi policies towards women? the Reich Labour Service? Question 3b. Study interpretations 1 and 2 They give different views about the threats posed by the extremes towards the Weimar Republic 1919-1923. What is the main difference between these views? (4 marks) Question 3c.Suggest one reason why interpretations 1 and 2 on p.129 and p.130 of Pearson give different views about the standard of living of German workers in Nazi Germany. (4 marks) Question 3d. How far do you agree with Interpretation 2 about the threat posed to the Weimar Republic 1919-1923 from the extreme left and right? (20 marks) We really appreciate feedback on our resources so if you kindly leave a review below, you will be able to claim any resource (up to the value of this resource) from our shop for FREE. Just email simplyrevisable@gmail.com with your username and your chosen resource. More resources available in my shop!
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Describe how to answer a 16 mark GCSE History Historic Environment question. Explain how to get Level 4 in the 16 mark GCSE History Historic Environment question. Lesson Objective: refine knowledge and skills to answer the Historic Environment GCSE History question. AQA GCSE History: British Depth Studies: Elizabethan England, c1568–c1603 - Historic Environment, 2024 - The Americas and Drake’s Circumnavigation, 1577-1580. The resources are also suitable for Edexcel, OCR, WJEC GCSE History and iGCSE History. The resources that I have created have helped my GCSE History classes to sustain outstanding results over a period of time: 2022 P8: +0.88 and +0.81 2021 P8: +1.42 2020 P8: +0.47 2019 P8: +0.57 My GCSE History classes have also consistently attained the most Grade 9s in any subject and/or class at my current school of over 1300 students. In addition, this specific component’s outcomes - Elizabethan England, c1568–c1603: Historic Environment - are consistently well-above the national average according to AQA Enhanced Results Analysis. I have worked for the examination boards for over 10 years and considering the recent developments within education, my resources are constantly amended and updated for students studying GCSE History. I have utilised feedback from students, fellow professionals, experienced colleagues and have used my own professional judgement to ensure that each resource will help you to teach quality history lessons to ensure that each student achieves their personal best. I am proud that I am a ‘Gold’ TES Author, and this is recognised by the fact that my resources have been downloaded over half a million times by educators throughout the world. Copyright Protection ©
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AQA 2024 Historic Environment: Drake’s Circumnavigation

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AQA GCSE History: British Depth Studies: Elizabethan England, c1568–c1603 - Historic Environment, 2024 - The Americas and Drake’s Circumnavigation, 1577-1580. The resources are suitable for Edexcel, OCR, WJEC GCSE History and iGCSE History. Included within this bundle are the following complete lessons and assessment support: 01 - An English Renaissance 02 - The Elizabethan ‘Golden Age’ 03 - The Golden Age of Elizabethan Exploration 04 - The Reasons for the Anglo-Spanish Conflict, 1580 05 - Sir Francis Drake - Slave Trader 06 - Drake’s Plan 07 - Sir Francis Drake’s Circumnavigation, 1577-1580 08 - Consequences of Drake’s Voyage 09 - The Impact of Voyages and Trade 10 - Sir Francis Drake’s Significance 11 - The Historic Environment The resources that I have created have helped my GCSE History classes to sustain outstanding results over a period of time: 2022 P8: +0.88 and +0.81 2021 P8: +1.42 2020 P8: +0.47 2019 P8: +0.57 My GCSE History classes have also consistently attained the most Grade 9s in any subject and/or class at my current school of over 1300 students. In addition, this specific component’s outcomes - Elizabethan England, c1568–c1603: Historic Environment - are consistently well-above the national average according to AQA Enhanced Results Analysis. I have worked for the examination boards for over 10 years and considering the recent developments within education, my resources are constantly amended and updated for students studying GCSE History. I have utilised feedback from students, fellow professionals, experienced colleagues and have used my own professional judgement to ensure that each resource will help you to teach quality history lessons to ensure that each student achieves their personal best. I am proud that I am a ‘Gold’ TES Author, and this is recognised by the fact that my resources have been downloaded over half a million times by educators throughout the world. Copyright Protection ©
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History Christmas Quiz

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History Christmas Quiz - Christmas Interactive 10 rounds and over 60 Questions (Historical figures, British History True or False, Roman Britain, Searching for British History, Conquering Britain all with some Christmas surprises hidden in! Complete with falling snow and the pulling of crackers! ☞ Over 10 rounds and 50+ Questions. Christmas Quiz. This resource contains: ☞ 1xPowerPoint ☞ 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /50+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! ☞ 3 sets of Editable Team Certificates (1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place) ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Round 1: Who am I? Identify the person from the picture Round 2: General Knowledge Test you understanding of History Round 3: True or False Separate the truth from the lies Round 4: What did the Romans bring to Britain? Identify from the pictures Round 5: Linking Round Link the food to the country Round 6: Linking Round Link the food to the country Round 7: Numbers Round Multiple choice topical facts Round 8: Anagrams Unscramble the letters Round 9: General Knowledge Test you understanding Round 10: Wordsearch Find all the topical words within the time limit Tie-Breaker- Design Challenge Christmas Tree ✿ This quiz resource is perfect for lesson time, form time, extra curricular clubs, part of a drop down day or as a fun treat for your class. ✿ This will last a full hour by the time you get students into small teams and run through the Quiz and the interactive way the answers appear. This informative, fun and engaging quiz will be a great way to celebrate the end of term and Christmas. Product code: FUN/C8/QZ/72 ✿ You may also want to check out these other great Cre8tive Christmas Quiz for your students Christmas Quiz - Christmas ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ You may also want to check out our other popular selling History resources: ⇨ History Christmas Quiz ⇨ History General Knowledge Quiz ⇨ Causes of WW1 Assessment Framework ⇨ Causes of the English Civil War ⇨ The Tudors - Henry VIII and Edward VI ⇨ The Big WW1 Quiz ⇨ Black History Quiz and Students Answer Sheets
GCSE History Edexcel Cold War Unit 3 BundleQuick View
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GCSE History Edexcel Cold War Unit 3 Bundle

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This bundle contains Lesson 14 - Detente, SALT 1, Helsinki, SALT 2 Lesson 15 - The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan Lesson 16 - President Reagan and the Star Wars Programme Lesson 17 - Mikhail Gorbachev’s ‘New Thinking’ Lesson 18 - The fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
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This 21-slide lesson offers a fantastic introduction to George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’, including everything that students need to know about the novella’s historical context. Included is information on the Russian Revolution, Orwell, anthropomorphism, satire, and much more. This resource is ideal for GCSE students or KS3 classes. PowerPoint saved as PDF.
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Thank you for viewing my resources. This lesson examines the role of the the Church in Medieval society as well as why the Church and religion were such important parts of people’s lives. In your purchase you will get: 1 x A4 Information Sheet about Medieval Religion and the Church 1 x A4 Question/activity sheet 1 x A4 Differentiated question/activity sheet for students to write on 1 x A4 Higher ability question sheet based on historical sources and the ‘Normanisation’ of the Church 1 x Power Point presentation which provides the structure of the lesson. As with all of my presentations it includes starter tasks, activities, clear, engaging and animated information and learning recap activities. UPDATE 2023: Please note that all images (clipart/vector/illustrations/photographs) are in the public domain and are therefore classed as Creative Commons 1.0 unless otherwise attributed in the notes section of each slide. If you believe there are any errors, please email me directly in the first instance to resolve the issue.
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Alternative Religions + Cults

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A new unit all about new movements and alternative religions. Created to really engage and intrigue students in the wonderful subject of RE, before they go on to do the (slightly drier) GCSE courses in more mainstream religions. Includes: An investigation into cult leaders vs religious leaders An Introduction to Scientology An introduction to Mormonism An introduction to Humanism An introduction to Jehovah’s Witnesses An introduction to the Amish An introduction to alternative Islam An introduction to the Illuminati An introduction to Atheism A introduction to Rastafarianism Special Christmas lesson on Paganism Assessment, mark scheme and feedback sheet Scheme of work 11 x 1 hour lessons: 11 x one hour PowerPoints dozens of worksheets, fully differentiated, clip links, activities, all you need for teaching the unit to students who don’t have much background info on the movements (with plenty to challenge those who do). MORE RE RESOURCES You can also find us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ecteachresources/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ec_publishing and our website EC Publishing .com
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Alexander the Great (Lesson for KS2)

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A lesson for KS2 about Alexander the Great and the Greek Empire, including a detailed lesson plan, Powerpoint and printable activity sheets. This lesson is part of our popular Ancient Greece Pack for Key Stage 2. Lesson: What was Alexander the Great’s impact on the Greek empire? This lesson explores the life and impact of Alexander the Great. Pupils will look at sources that give clues about Alexander’s global impact and then they will act out the story of his crucial role in expanding the Greek empire. Once familiar with Alexander’s story, pupils will be given a map work challenge to record the four stages of the expansion of Alexander’s empire. Objectives: To find out why Alexander the Great was a significant figure To analyse the historical impact of Alexander the Great’s rule You may also like: Ancient Greeks Lessons Pack for KS2: A fully-resourced unit of 10 history lessons for KS2, covering the Ancient Greece topic. This primary history resource has been created by KS2History.com.
GCSE History Edexcel Cold War and Superpower Relations  Unit 2 BundleQuick View
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GCSE History Edexcel Cold War and Superpower Relations Unit 2 Bundle

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A jam packed 4 lesson bundle to allow students to access resources and information for Unit 2 of Edexcel GCSE History Cold War and Superpower Relations. **Lesson 10: **The Berlin Crisis, Berlin Ultimatum (1958) **Lesson 11: **The building of the Berlin Wall (1961) **Lesson 12: **The Cuban Revolution, Bay of Pigs and Cuban Missile Crisis. **Lesson 13: **The Prague Spring and Brezhnev Doctrine (1968)
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How different was Anglo Saxon Britain from Roman Britain - a comparison of two peoples.

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Who’s who? Do you know your Romano Britons from your Anglo Saxon? LO: To understand historical concepts such as continuity and change, cause and consequence, similarity, difference and significance, and use them to make connections and draw contrasts (KS2) LO: To apply the above to the study of an aspect or theme in British history that consolidates and extends pupils’ chronological knowledge from before 1066 (KS3) A complete activity to help children understand the similarities and differences between the Anglo Saxon and Romano British societies in Britain during the first millennium. The activity consists of: Teaching Input: 1. A PowerPoint identifying the key similarities and differences between the Romano Britons and Anglo Saxons including information about their: - Origins - settlements - everyday lives - lives of women and children - laws and punishments - beliefs - stories and legends - legacy. This can either be run as an introduction, or shared with children in groups or pairs. Independent Task: 2. A sorting activity consisting of a series of statements which apply to Romano Britons, Anglo Saxons, both, or neither. (This includes a fact sheet for teacher use, providing the correct answers and a series of websites which provide additional source information) 3. A set of different templates to allow you to choose how this information is then represented. Challenge / Extension / AG&T Using websites listed, children could try to find additional information about both peoples. Plenary Mark with the children, getting them to identify which description applies to which people. Pose and discuss the statement The Anglo Saxons period is often called the Dark Ages because it is said that they destroyed Roman civilisation. In what ways were the Anglo Saxons more civilised than the Romans?
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Thank you for viewing my lesson pack. There are enough resources here to take up a couple of lessons about the murder of Thomas Becket. The lesson first examines the causes, events and consequences of the murder and then follows up with key questions about who was responsible for the murder. In this pack you will receieve: 1 x Fact sheet about the events of the murder of Thomas Becket (2 pages) 1 x Differentiated fact sheet about the events of the murder of Thomas Becket (2 pages) 1 x Question sheet about the events of the murder of Thomas Becket 1 x Main Power Point: Slide 1: Title Slide Slide 2: Think & Discuss - Who had the most power in the Middle Ages? Slide 3: Why might the king and the Church argue with each other? Slide 4: An outline of the lesson aims Slide 5: Starter Task - Students to study a manuscript illustration of the events and discuss what they think is happening (return to this at the end of the lesson to show progress) Slide 6: Fact Sheets Slide 7: Introduction to the Chronology Task based on the events Slide 8: A printable version of the chronology task for students to write on Slide 9: Answers to the chronology task revealed Slide 10: Blank storyboard Slide 11: Who was to blame for the murder of Thomas Becket? Slide 12: Learning Review - Return to the illustration for students to fully discuss the events they have learned. UPDATE 2023: Please note that all images (clipart/vector/illustrations/photographs) are in the public domain and are therefore classed as Creative Commons 1.0 unless otherwise attributed in the notes section of each slide. If you believe there are any errors, please email me directly in the first instance to resolve the issue.
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Holocaust Memorial Day Assembly

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This assembly resource has been created with KS3 and KS4 secondary students in mind to be delivered on Holocaust Memorial Day (27th January). This resource has been created on Microsoft Powerpoint Teacher Notes have been added to the notes section underneath each relevant slide on the Powerpoint to support with the delivery of the content. I am a history teacher and the content of this assembly resource is an extension of a type of activity that I would deliver to my history students when teaching the holocaust. This assembly resource offers a brief exploration using skills of inference of a historical artefact and relies upon student contributions through teacher questionning. A link to a Youtube video has been provided as part of this resource (please ensure you have access to youtube prior to use) This resource also makes reference to the 2024 Holocaust Memorial Day theme of ‘Fragility of Freedom’. The utmost care has been taken to ensure this resource has been created with the utmost respect to the victims of the holocaust and to ensure that students have the opportunity to connect and empathise to the human beings to whom the attrocities of the holocaust were committed. There a no images or corpses in this resource - however the murder of victims is discussed. I really hope you enjoy delivering this assembly and that your students find it engaging and valuable. If you are able to leave a review once you have taught it, I would be really grateful. Teaching Holocaust in history? Check out lessons from my scheme of work! Lesson 1: Ordinary Things Lesson 2: Challenging stereotypes
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Vietnam War

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Cold War The aim of this extended lesson on the Vietnam War is to analyse its significance; from its dubious beginnings and inception to the types of weapons used, the war crimes which followed and the ensuing lack of support at home as well as the consequences for the civilian population of Vietnam. So why did America fail to win this war despite overwhelming manpower, control of the air and sea and the most modern military weapons available at the time? As a starting point, students focus on Paul Hardcastle’s 19 song and his reasons for writing it and analyse the photograph of Kim Phúc before examining the details surrounding the Gulf of Tonkin resolution. They are given a number of differentiated tasks to analyse both American and Vietcong tactics to win the war (using printable worksheets) and the horrors surrounding search and destroy and the My Lai massacre, the tunnelling system as well as the use of napalm and agent orange. At the end they will prioritise the reasons for Vietcong success and American failure and how this war played its key part in the Cold War. The central enquiry of this and subsequent lessons is to ask why did civilians fear for their lives during the Cold War? Students will map out their ideas each lesson (which can be plotted in different colours or dates to show the progress of their learning and centred around the key question) and build up a picture of how these and different countries in the world responded and acted in this new nuclear age. The resource comes in PowerPoint format if there is a wish to adapt and change and is differentiated. I have also included suggested teaching strategies to deliver the lesson.
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Causes of World War 2

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World War II This lesson sets out to explains how Hitler set Germany on the road to war in 5 steps. Students are challenged to find out how and why was he able to defy the Treaty of Versailles so easily with little or no consequences (shown through a causal spider’s web). Students analyse video footage and a number of sources, using the COP technique (modelled for student understanding) which has proved invaluable for evaluating sources at GCSE. A final chronological recap of the events and evaluation of the most and least important of the events that led to war, will give students an in depth understanding of why World War II started. This lesson is ideal as preparation for GCSE if you are embedding source skills or teaching the interwar years or WWII at Key stage 4. It is enquiry based with a key question using a lightbulb posed at the start of the lesson and revisited throughout to show the progress of learning. The resource includes retrieval practice activities, suggested teaching strategies and differentiated materials and comes in Powerpoint format if there is a wish to adapt and change.
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Black History Month

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A detailed resource pack which would be used over a week of Tutor Time or for Citizenship. The pack includes a detailed PowerPoint with differentiated activities, successful Black Britons information pack, clip with literacy task and an interactive quiz. This pack focuses on Black History in Britain rather than the US. The resources are all in the ZIP file, the images have been uploaded so you can clearly see an example on Tes of some of the contents. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is useful for PSHE, Citizenship or Tutor Time. As with all our lessons, you don’t need any prior knowledge as all the information is included - you can just pick up and teach it. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship GCSE, Careers, Finance and RE resources at my shop: MORE PSHE RESOURCES Teaching Personal Social and Health Education, Religion Education or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship, RE and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 10,000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing.
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Ancient Maya School Assembly Script (KS2/3)

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This 20 minute script was written by an experienced primary school Head of English who is also, outside of school, an award-winning writer. The script was penned for a high ability Year 4 class but is suitable for performance by any year group in KS2 or 3. The script is deliberately humorous, yet is also full of informative and educational learning opportunities about the ancient Maya culture. The script has 30 parts but these could easily be split or doubled up depending on the number of children involved.
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Korean War

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Cold War The aim of this lesson is to analyse the Korea War between 1950-53 and understand the threat North Korea poses to the world today, with its insistence on spending millions on producing nuclear weapons despite catastrophic failures of industry and the famine of the 1990’s. Students learn about present day Korea using a brilliant video link, and annotate key facts around a map. They analyse key information about the Korean War in the 1950s and how this produced an armistice in 1953, which is still in force today. Students have to complete a variety of differentiated tasks which focus on the causes and consequences of the war and evaluate the reasons for the subsequent stalemate. The central enquiry of this and subsequent lessons is to ask why did civilians fear for their lives during the Cold War? Students will map out their ideas each lesson (which can be plotted in different colours or dates to show the progress of their learning and centred around the key question) and build up a picture of how these and different countries in the world responded and acted in this new nuclear age. The resource comes in PowerPoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change and is differentiated. I have also included suggested teaching strategies to deliver the lesson.
GCSE History Edexcel: Early Elizabethan England UNIT 2 BundleQuick View
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GCSE History Edexcel: Early Elizabethan England UNIT 2 Bundle

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This bundle includes the following lessons designed for Unit 2: Lesson 10: The Revolt of the Northern Earls Lesson 11: The Ridolfi, Throckmorton and Babington Plots Lesson 12: The role of Francis Walsingham Lesson 13: Why Mary, Queen of Scots was Executed Lesson 14 The rivalry with Spain in the Netherlands Lesson 15 Increasing tension between Spain and England Lesson 16: Robert Dudley in the Netherlands and the actions of Francis Drake Lesson 17: Philip’s invasion plans and causes of the Spanish Armada Lesson 18: The reasons for the defeat of the Spanish Armada.