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I'm an experienced history teacher, educated at the University of Sussex, who has worked in two 'outstanding' inner city London schools. I am currently head of history at a large school in East London. I am particularly knowledgeable in both AQA spec B and Edexcel Spec B. I try to focus on lessons which are both knowledge and skills based and incorporate a wide variety of teaching and learning strategies; particularly independent learning.

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Students are introduced to the Domesday Book in this lesson. They will look at contemporary examples of record keeping and consider why governments choose to keep detailed records on people. They will use this knowledge to help them understand the significance of the Domesday Book.
Students then create their own 'Domesday' surveys and will finally go on to be supported in writing an extended answer about why the ' Domesday Book' was so significant in helping William control the English.

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ahycrro

4 years ago
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Does not address the key enquiry question. Disappointing

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