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The American Revolution - Digital Breakout

The American Revolution - Digital Breakout

Breakout games are fun, but can take a lot of prep time and materials. This digital breakout is all the challenge and fun with less hassle! Students will need computers/laptops with internet access, and can do the breakout individually or in small groups. Use this as an introduction to the American Revolution or as a fun way to review. The breakout includes: Lexington Paul Revere the Declaration of Independence Boston Tea Party George Washington
frackiewicz123
Black  History Bundle

Black History Bundle

I have collected together inspirational visual images about Black month. This bundle contains images of famous black personalities from history. In addition, it contains an interesting presentation about racism in the UK.
peterfogarty
Multicultural Bundle

Multicultural Bundle

I have created presentations about different aspects of living in harmony with other people from other nations. It is great for harmony day and also the International Day For The Elimination Of Racial Discrimination. I have included a range of different presentations of different countries around the world. You are able to compare and contrast lives in other places. I have included stories from India, as this is the largest ethnic minority in the UK, and I thought it would be nice to see the differences and similarities between the two countries. I have also included 2 presentations about the Brexit (Brexit Conversation Ideas and International Day For the Elimination of Racial Discrimination - which covers Britain pre- and post Brexit and its crime rates).
peterfogarty
BRITISH VALUES: British Values Bundle

BRITISH VALUES: British Values Bundle

13x Fully resourced lessons, differentiated throughly with 30+ worksheets. (MORE ADDED!) All fully resourced, highly-rated British Values and Citizenship lessons for KS3 / KS4. All are complete with accompanying worksheets, clips and well differentiated to three levels. Even more added! New 4x poster display pack, one assembly and one form time quiz. It's worth checking your downloads on this if you buy it because I keep adding to it and then you get the new downloads all free. I use all of these myself as a Head of Citizenship and I really hope you find them excellent value. I've put literally months of time into this to make these lessons top quality for my own school team. Well differentiated 1 hour PowerPoint lesson with accompanying worksheets, clip links and questions. Suitable for KS3/4. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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KS1 Women's History Month 10 Presentations - March

KS1 Women's History Month 10 Presentations - March

A selection of 10 presentations on 10 different inspirational women suitable for use with KS1. The slideshows are designed to be used as part of Women's History Month or for a thematic study in History. The women included have had a variety of roles in history, including as nurses, leaders and sportswomen. They can be used for assemblies, as an introduction to history or topic lessons or just as a filler during Women's History Month in March. The women included are: Boudicca Queen Victoria Serena Williams Amelia Earhart Coco Chanel Joan of Arc Elizabeth I Edith Cavell Florence Nightingale Mary Seacole. You can also buy a bundle of 20 presentations, which includes these 10, for £8.
blossomingminds
Women's History Month - 20 presentations - March

Women's History Month - 20 presentations - March

A selection of 20 presentations on 20 different inspirational women. The slideshows are designed to be used as part of Women's History Month or for a thematic study in History. They are suitable for use with KS1, KS2 and KS3 and can be used for assemblies, as an introduction to History or topic lessons or just as a filler during Women's History Month in March. The women included are: Elizabeth Garrett-Anderson Mother Teresa Rosa Parks Serena Williams Amelia Earhart Coco Chanel Emmeline Pankhurst Indira Gandhi Joan of Arc Marie Curie Elizabeth I Edith Cavell Florence Nightingale Mary Seacole Michelle Obama JK Rowling Aung San Suu Kyi Boudicca Margaret Thatcher Queen Victoria
blossomingminds
Famous People

Famous People

Are you looking for different resources about famous people? Are you wanting groups of students to each research a single person and report back to the class? These presentation make excellent starting points for any research or famous people topics.
peterfogarty
Explorers and Adventure Topic

Explorers and Adventure Topic

Looking for famous people, explorers, and adventurers from the past and the future? Looking for different topics to inspire conversation? Then these presentations should be perfect for your class! Buy the bundle and save money!
peterfogarty
Medicine Through Time GCSE

Medicine Through Time GCSE

A bundle of lessons which span from Medieval to modern day medicine. All linked to the GCSE History course of Medicine Through Time. All lessons come with differentiated outcomes, most videos and songs are embedded into the P. P. Presentations with a wide ranging selection of activities and resources which will appeal to pupils of all abilities. A fantastic opportunity to help you develop your own SOW on this course. You may need the new Edexcel medicine through time 1250 - Present GCSE Text Book for some lessons.
morlem
The French Revolution

The French Revolution

Several KS3 lessons about the French Revolution. Declaration of the rights of man. Storming of the Bastille. Robespierre. The Terror.
morlem
The French Revolution: The Reign of Terror.

The French Revolution: The Reign of Terror.

This lesson should lead on from recently studying the 'Declaration of the Rights of Man'. Hook starter: As pupils enter the room the presentation will display an autonomously moving spot light to reveal a picture clue about the lesson. Learning Intention and differentiated outcomes (SMSC). Starter: Pupils' receive crime cards to which then then decide individually upon the most fitting punishment this will link in later with the lesson when the guillotine and how it was used during the 'Terror' is explained. Pupils can compare justice and crimes fitting the appropriate punishments. Pupils will consolidate with a video regarding how the Revolution became extreme though the September Massacre as a case study. Pupils' then compete in groups to complete a literacy relay regarding the 'Terror' to increase their knowledge of the events which took place and the main forces involved. Peep sheet has been provided here for differentiation. Pupils then watch a BBC Bitesize video to consolidate before answering a structured 8 mark exam style question. If time I then ask my pupils to peer assess with WW / EBI. All videos links are provided along with instructions and advice in the description of the presentation. Many thanks
morlem