IMPORTANT: Some of these worksheets refer to the textbook “Edexcel GCSE (9-1 History, Medicine through time, c1250-present” (editor Leonard A. and published by Pearson) ISBN 9781292127378 and will not be usable without a copy of this text.
This Edexcel 9-1 GCSE unit covers around 2 lessons depending upon your class and their overall ability/work rate.
Aims and Objectives:
To understand how people dealt with the Black Death, 1348-49; approaches to treatment and attempts to prevent its spread.
The Power Point leads students through all activities with regular feedback and accompanying worksheets. These include a starter fact file, information categorisation/analysis and a final TV news report group competition followed by the textbook end of unit recall quiz. Having already completed two full written assessments as part of the unit, the competition injects a bit of fun.
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Edexcel 9-1 The development of medicine through time (full course)
**IMPORTANT:** These lessons are based upon the textbook "Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History, Medicine through time, c1250-present" (editor Leonard A. and published by Pearson) ISBN 9781292127378 and will not be fully usable without a class set of this text. This bundle covers the entire specification **EXCLUDING** the Western Front (I'm unable to include more than 20 items, so will put this as a separate bundle). There is a Power Point for every lesson which leads students though all activities and all worksheets and resources referred to are included. Please view some individual lessons in shop to get a feel for the amount of resources included.
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