PPT to explain why America got involved in WW1. Looks at the Lusitania sinking and the Zimmermann telegram. Students complete NOP analysis of Zimmermann cartoon then write a newspaper front page report on why the Americans are joining the fight.
Easy to follow lesson. Card sort activity (students group the cards and decide on most important factors). Main task is a newspaper article explaining why it occurred and what could have been done to avoid the event. Differentiated material provided as well as literacy support.
Source analysis lesson on demands of Kett's rebels within context of SOW Who were the Tudors?\n\nKey word activity as well as categorising of demands.\nPlanned for mid-ability Y8 but would also do well for Y9.\n\nTraining this year so please let me know what you think.
Our World, Relationships, Is it fair and Looking for meaning , board markscheme and various different text books to make sure that the pupils have more than enough to get top marks. I put the question up, get the pupils to tell me what they think the answer is, discuss it in relation to the mark scheme and what they already know and then give them the answer to write down in their books. I then set a hw for them to learn them off by heart and then test them the next lesson - although they moan, they actually like receiving grades! Hope this helps you. Please leave a comment.
Goes from the dinosaurs through key periods of history to the present day. Use MS Word to adapt it.
I have added the Stone, Bronze, Iron and Middle Ages to the updated version. As well as the first public railway in 1825, England winning the World Cup in 1966 and the 2012 Olympics.
This lesson is a 2 lessons based around conditions in the trenches and contains a presentation detailing conditions in the trenches.
A starter activity using a primary source from a soldier in WW1
and a marketplace discovery activity for students to explore conditions in the trenches.
This task is used to help students prepare a creative writing task in the form of a trench diary and includes resources to support the planning of a trench diary
A lesson that makes links between English and History where students are encouraged to write a letter to an unknown soldier. Can be used as a stand alone lesson or within a scheme of work. It's a clear lesson for a non specialist to also use.