Assessment in the history classroom

Assessments, tests and help sheets that can be used to examine how students are progressing

Sian Evans

History Assessment Test Classroom

Hand-picked resources to help you assess your pupils' subject knowledge this term

Whether quickly testing fact retention, or challenging your students to write a balanced argument, checking that your class understand what they have been taught is a vital part of teaching. To support you in identifying the progress your pupils are making, we’ve selected some time-saving topic-specific assessments, resource packs and preparation activities.

KS3

Holocaust Assessment
dhartley25

Holocaust Assessment

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This is an assessment I use at the end of a year 9 unit looking at the significance of the Holocaust. All you need is some A3 sheets for the pupils and the worksheets attached.
Slavery Assessment
sparker89

Slavery Assessment

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The assessment is targeted at year 8 and follows a unit on the transatlantic slave trade. The assessment is broken down into the assessment objectives used at KS4.
Castles Assessment
mrshopehistory

Castles Assessment

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This assessment draws conclusion to the Year 7 topic of castles. The assessment is interpretations based (new AQA spec) and wholly GCSE style questions. This resource includes the student question booklet/materials and support materials are included as well as the mark scheme (which can be customi...

KS4

AQA History Interpretation USA assessment
mrshopehistory

AQA History Interpretation USA assessment

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This includes assessment for the new style questions 1 - 3 (and Q4 to bring the paper out of 20). 2 interpretations on women are offered and the 3 new style questions to accompany. In addition the paper also incorporates a feedback and review lesson helping students (and teachers convert grad...

Whole School 

History Assessment Without Levels, Key Stage 3
ekch23

History Assessment Without Levels, Key Stage 3

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Assessment criteria for Years 7, 8 and 9. GCSE specification skills have been consulted and broken down to create assessment criteria for Key Stage 3 students. Many hours of hard work! Can easily be adapted to suit your school if necessary.