KS3/KS4 History resources: 50 mins-1 hour PP, worksheets, well differentiated.
These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last between fifty minutes and one hour each.
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An ‘outstanding’ rated lesson. Contains:
presentation with starter activity on Oppenheimer quote
evidence collecting activity (two options - either walk around the room sources or a single source sheet that can be shared at desks between two students)
two differentiated tables for collecting the evidence (or that gives more time for slower students by being partially filled in)
opportunity for students to write a speech either justifying or opposing the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
two options for either self- and peer-assessment or just peer-assessment
Gold: Assess the extent to which Britain and France were also responsible for the outbreak of the Second World War.
Silver: Explain why he wanted to revise the Treaty of Versailles.
Bronze: Describe Hitler’s foreign policy aims.
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Challenging pace and a good range of activities. Thanks!
I really like the format of this lesson - the evidence gathering activity allows students to get up and out of their seats, while the writing activity nicely ticks the self assessment box! I think the learning objectives are written incorrectly in the description - the actual ones are:<br /> <br /> investigate some sources in order to explain the arguments for and against the dropping of the atomic bomb.<br /> assess whether the decision to drop the bomb was the correct one.<br /> evaluate the extent to which the 6th of August 1945 was a day that shook the world. <br /> <br /> Nonetheless, really great resource!
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