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The Debating Society Toolkit

The Debating Society Toolkit

An amazing collection of 20 resources and tools for school debating societies.It is perfect for anyone with a new or established debating society.The author has been involved in debating societies since he was, himself, chairman of The Debate Club at Magdalen College School. He went on debating until he gained a masters degree in Philosophy.This pack is the culmination of 4 years of P4C experience. It features 20 high quality debate generating and discussion leading programs.It's great for SMSC, P4C, PSHE, and teachers of RE, Philosophy, Sociology, History, Politics, Citizenship and such :)Feel free to ask me any questions: godwin86@gmail.com

By godwin86

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Citizenship: General Election 2017: Activities  Bundle

Citizenship: General Election 2017: Activities Bundle

Citizenship: General Election 2017: Activities1. PowerPoint quizzes x3 on the upcoming General ElectionGeneral Election 2017: Party Games2. PowerPoint presentation/quiz and PDF/word activities.Identify different political parties according to policies and logos.Class Election 1: Hold a class election based on the political parties in the United Kingdom.Class Election 2: Hold an election based on students’ research and work: creating their own parties; logos and rosettes.Party Game: Board game where students compete to be elected.Resources include blank and already coloured rosette templates and ballot paper.

By CollEd

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Citizenship: General Election 2017: Frequently Asked Questions

Citizenship: General Election 2017: Frequently Asked Questions

Citizenship: General Election 2017: Frequently Asked QuestionsPowerPoint presentation and quiz.1. PowerPoint presentation about some of the questions asked about the upcoming General Election.2. PowerPoint quiz (25 questions) about some of the questions asked about the upcoming General Election.

By CollEd

A Guide to The General Election 2017 - Presentation/Assembly

A Guide to The General Election 2017 - Presentation/Assembly

A Guide to The General Election - Presentation/AssemblyHere is a A Guide to The General Election Presentation or Assembly. The presentation takes the students through what a general election is and the current 'snap election.' The presentation has 19 slides and features:What has happened?Why has Theresa May called an election?How do the parties stand in the polls?What is a general election?Who is allowed to vote?What if I live abroad?How do I register to vote?Why is this a 'surprise' or 'snap' election'?How unusual is a 'snap election'?When will the general election after this one be held?What does Labour say about the early election?What about the Scottish National Party?Where do the Lib Dems stand?How do the parties currently stand?

By ChrisWat

Bundle: Presidents

Bundle: Presidents

This bundle includes eight biographies of the following American Presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Theodore Roosevelt Harry S. Truman George Washington Each biography includes a wide variety of exercises, puzzles and other activities. The answers and an answer sheet are included.

By magisterprintables

UK General Election 2017 - Setting up a Political Party: Active Citizenship Campaigning

UK General Election 2017 - Setting up a Political Party: Active Citizenship Campaigning

UK General Election 2017 - Setting up a Political Party: Active Citizenship Campaigning . This resource contains 1xPowerPoint 2x Activity Student HandoutsThis Powerpoint contains 20 slides with information about the upcoming 2017 General election. This PPT will teach students the common features of political parties and how to set up their own political party.Blurb "Your task is to create your own political party. Overleaf is a checklist to help you do this. Tick off each item. Make sure you follow all the steps overleaf to do well. The more effort you put in to every part of the task, the better you will do. To do well…• Include research to back up your arguments.• Always give reasons for your views (“I think… because…”)• Include an international as well as national or local view of issues. • Use key words such as elections, manifesto, political party, democracy, fairness, equality and rights."This PowerPoint could be used as a double lesson and includes activities, challenging questions and tasks and information for students to use to learn about the 2017 general election and campaigning. This resource includes a starter activity a variety of tasks and then a plenary and is matched against the Citizenship curriculum and the promotion of British values.Learning outcomes:AO1 To understand what a general election isAO3 To develop a deeper understanding of how to campaignAO3: To examine how an effective manifesto and coherent campaign strategy can help win an election in 2017This could be used for the New GCSE Citizenship (9-1) but also KS3 and KS2 students to teach them about campaigning.This resource work well with my other New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Assessments and lesson powerpoints and worksheets. Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid resources for GCSE Citizenship and PSHE.

By bkingsnorth

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Let’s learn about Franklin D. Roosevelt, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 10-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: true/false statements & word scramblePage 3: Politics (reading) Page 4: Exercise: multiple choice questions & matching termsPage 5: World War II (reading) Page 6: Exercise: open questions & gap-fillPage 7: Exercise: timelinePage 8: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 9: Word SearchPage 10: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Thomas Jefferson John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Theodore Roosevelt Harry S. Truman George Washington You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, World War II, Allied Forces, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, Great Depression, New Deal, Theodore Roosevelt, Cousin, Harvard, New York

By magisterprintables

John F. Kennedy

John F. Kennedy

Let’s learn about John F. Kennedy, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 10-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: multiple choice questions & gap-fillPage 3: Politics (reading) Page 4: Exercise: true/false statements & word scramblePage 5: Cold War (reading) Page 6: Exercise: open questions & matching termsPage 7: Exercise: timelinePage 8: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 9: Word SearchPage 10: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Theodore Roosevelt Harry S. Truman George Washington You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, Cold War, Assassination, Harvey Lee Oswald, Dallas, Massachusetts, Navy, Cuba, Missile Crisis, Soviet Union

By magisterprintables

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Let’s learn about Thomas Jefferson, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 9-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: multiple choice questions & gap-fillPage 3/4: Politics (reading) Page 5: Exercise: open questions & word scramblePage 6: Exercise: timelinePage 7: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 8: Word SearchPage 9: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Franklin D. Roosevelt John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Theodore Roosevelt Harry S. Truman George Washington You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, founding father, Declaration of Independence, Virginia, Continental Congress, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Louisiana Territory

By magisterprintables

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

Let’s learn about Abraham Lincoln, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 8-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: multiple choice questions & matching termsPage 3: Presidency (reading) Page 4: Exercise: open questions & word scramblePage 5: Exercise: timelinePage 6: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 7: Word SearchPage 8: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson John F. Kennedy Ronald Reagan Theodore Roosevelt Harry S. Truman George Washington You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, Civil War, Abraham Lincoln, Slavery, Kentucky, Farmer, Assassination, Congress, Republican Party, Confederacy, Union

By magisterprintables

Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

Let’s learn about Theodore Roosevelt, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 10-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: multiple choice questions & gap-fillPage 3: Politics (reading) Page 4: Exercise: true/false statements & word scramblePage 5/6: Presidency (reading) Page 7: Exercise: open questions & matching termsPage 8: Exercise: timelinePage 9: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 10: Word SearchPage 11: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Harry S. Truman George Washington You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, New York, trusts, trustbuster, Rough Riders, Spanish-American War, national parks, Franklin D. Roosevelt, cousin

By magisterprintables

George Washington

George Washington

Let’s learn about George Washington, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 11-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: true/false statements & gap-fillPage 3/4: Revolutionary War (reading) Page 5: Exercise: multiple-choice questions & matching termsPage 6: President (reading) Page 7: Exercise: open questions & word scramblePage 8: Exercise: timelinePage 9: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 10: Word SearchPage 11: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Theodore Roosevelt Harry S. Truman You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, Continental Army, Independence, Britain, Constitution, American Revolution, Mount Vernon, Colonies, Bill of Rights, Continental Congress, Virginia’s Militia, democracy

By magisterprintables

Harry S. Truman

Harry S. Truman

Let’s learn about Harry S. Truman, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 12-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: true/false statements & gap-fillPage 3: Early Politics (reading) Page 4: Exercise: open questions & word scramblePage 5: World War II (reading) Page 6: Exercise: multiple-choice questions & your opinionPage 7: Cold War (reading) Page 8: Exercise: open questions & matching termsPage 9: Exercise: timelinePage 10: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 11: Word SearchPage 12: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Theodore Roosevelt George Washington You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, World War II, atomic bombs, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Japan, Cold War, Marshall Plan, Korean War

By magisterprintables

Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

Let’s learn about Ronald Reagan, with engaging readings and exercises about his early life and presidency! This 11-page biography includes all kinds of exercises, puzzles, and other fun stuff!Overview:Page 1: Early Life (reading) Page 2: Exercise: multiple choice questions & gap-fillPage 3: Presidency (reading) Page 4: Exercise: true/false statements & word scramblePage 5/6: Cold War (reading) Page 7: Exercise: open questions & matching termsPage 8: Exercise: timelinePage 9: Fun Facts (word chop exercise)Page 10: Word SearchPage 11: Crossword (reflection)The answers and an answer sheet are included.You might also like these biographies: Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Theodore Roosevelt Harry S. Truman George Washington You can save money by purchasing the Bundle! Presidents (bundle) Keywords:President, Cold War, Illinois, Actor, Hollywood, governor, Reagonomics, Soviet Union, Arms Race, Space Race, Gorbachev, Berlin Wall

By magisterprintables

UK Election Assembly

UK Election Assembly

A 22 slide PPT containing current information on the forthcoming June 8th election. The assembly looks at why an election has been called, what an election is, the different political parties involved, the views of political parties on Brexit, promises already made (pre-manifestos), current opinion polls and interesting election stats from 2015. Concept of democracy is mentioned. Assembly is student friendly and could be used for juniors and seniors.PPT could also be used as a general classroom resourse perhaps during tutorial time or just as a 'current affairs' resource. The resource is updated to reflect major changes so what you download should be current.

By kubabo

2017 UK General Election Quiz - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions

2017 UK General Election Quiz - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions

2017 UK General Election Quiz - 7 rounds and over 40Questions. This resource contains 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet and all the answers.Contain 7 Rounds: Guess the logo, Who is that Politician?, Can you name the item?, Matching up Key words with definitions, Whats that number? and more...This Powerpoint contains 19 slides with Quiz Questions about politics and the upcoming 2017 General election. This PPT will teach students the common features of parliament and our political system in a fun and engaging way. The Powerpoint is colourful and bright and can be used with students across the age range.This PowerPoint could be used as a fun and engaging lesson about the 2017 general election. This resource would work really well with my other 2017 Election educational resources. Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid resources for GCSE Citizenship and PSHE.

By bkingsnorth

2017 UK General Election Lesson and Fun Quizzes

2017 UK General Election Lesson and Fun Quizzes

2017 UK Election bundle. This bundle contains two of my most popular political resources for 2017 and a general Quiz 1. UK General Election 20172. UK General Election Quiz3. Creating a political party to run in the 2017 UK ElectionEach PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about citizenship issues. Each PowerPoint resource includes a starter activity a variety of tasks and then a plenary for each lesson.Some of these resources are matched against the tougher new requirements of GCSE Citizenship (9-1).These resources work well with my other PSHE and CITIZENSHIP lesson PowerPoint’s and worksheets.Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid resources for Citizenship and PSHE.

By bkingsnorth

General Election 2017 - 65 Slide Lesson / Assembly Presentation

General Election 2017 - 65 Slide Lesson / Assembly Presentation

This resource is an informative and colourful lesson / assembly presentation on the forthcoming election on June 8th. It is divided into three sections Introduction to the General ElectionElections - What happens in the election processWhat will happen after the electionThe PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to Theresa May's announcement of the election, Jeremy Corbyn's response to the announcement, the election system in the UK and the role of parliament.An accompanying PowerPoint quiz is also availableGeneral Election 2017 Bumper 100 Question Interactive Powerpoint QuizYou may also be interested inBrexit – The Triggering of Article 50For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and EducateThinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide.How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step GuideTo be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!

By Krazikas

OCR GCSE Modern World History: USA Land of the Free -  Women's Civil Rights 1945 - 1975

OCR GCSE Modern World History: USA Land of the Free - Women's Civil Rights 1945 - 1975

This outstanding resource has been tried and tested over a number of years and has played a significant role in helping to improve not only results but also in educating and empowering our students by looking at the important issue of women's equality and civil rights. This booklet includes a wide range of revision notes, tasks, activities and assessment for learning that are suitable for the full ability spectrum at GCSE History. It is aimed at helping students studying Women's Civil Rights as part of the OCR GCSE Modern World History: USA Land of the Free 1945 - 1975. This booklet comes in two sections. The first resource is a study guide which includes revision notes and sources on US women's history from 1945 - 1980. ' Accompanying each section are a range of interactive activities and tasks from pro and con organisers, Venn diagrams, thinking skills triangles to various mind map activities to help reinforce and check students knowledge and understanding. The second section, is made up of a series of past paper questions from OCR's GCSE on this topic. Accompanying these questions are student guides on how to answer each type of question as well as a student mark scheme for self / peer assessment. If you do a different exam board, you can easily drop in your own mark schemes into the table format and adapt this resource.The full contents for each section in the booklet are listen below:1. Background: The position and status of women 1900 - 19452. What Obstacles faced women in the 1960s? 3. What new trends led to the growth of the women’s movement?4. What methods did the women use to achieve equality?5. Had women’s rights improved by the mid-1970s? 6. Opposition to the women’s movement.7. Revision Activity 8. Extension activity using the Feminist Chronicles from 1970 9. How successful was the women’s movement? 10. OCR Style Exam Questions 11. Pupil Mark Schemes I have also included my Smart Notes for teaching this lesson as an added to bonus to help anyone teaching or revising this topic. If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop or stay in touch via: https://www.facebook.com/TheHistoryAcademy/ Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy

By Roy_Huggins

General Election Themed Differentiated Anagrams and Word Searches - Set of 6

General Election Themed Differentiated Anagrams and Word Searches - Set of 6

This resource contains a set of 6 differentiated word searches and anagrams on the theme of the general election.Other General Election ResourcesThe General Election - Lesson / Assembly PresentationThis an informative and colourful lesson / assembly presentation on the forthcoming election on June 8th. It is divided into three sections Introduction to the General ElectionElections - What happens in the election processWhat will happen after the electionThe PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to Theresa May's announcement of the election, Jeremy Corbyn's response to the announcement, the election system in the UK and the role of parliament.General Election Bumper 100 Multiple Choice Question QuizThis resource is a highly visual and editable 100 question interactive PowerPoint quiz on the forthcoming snap General Election. There are 100 questions with multiple choice answers and varying degrees of challenge. It has six categories.Who is the Politician?GovernmentParliamentPolitical PartiesMiscellaneousThe quiz can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the voting box image on the bottom right-hand corner of each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. Sample questions:On what date will the general election take place?How often does an election have to be held in the UK?In the UK, what is the official name given to the place where people go to vote?Who is the current Chancellor of the Exchequer?Who normally lives at 11 Downing Street?How many political parties are currently represented in the House of Commons?Thinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this step by step guide.How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide

By Krazikas

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Citizenship: General Election 2017: FAQs: The Electoral System

Citizenship: General Election 2017: FAQs: The Electoral System

General Election 2017: FAQs: The Electoral SystemPowerPoint presentation and quiz.1. PowerPoint presentation on the voting system used in the General Election (first past the post), and the other systems used for elections in the United Kingdom (STV and AMS), with commentary and stats on the pros and cons of the current system used for General Elections and the alternatives.2. PowerPoint quiz (20 questions) on the voting systems used in the United Kingdom.

By CollEd

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Citizenship: General Election 2017: Party Games

Citizenship: General Election 2017: Party Games

General Election 2017: Party GamesPowerPoint presentation/quiz and PDF/word activities.1. Identify different political parties according to policies and logos.2. Class Election 1: Hold a class election based on the political parties in the United Kingdom.3. Class Election 2: Hold an election based on students’ research and work: creating their own parties; logos and rosettes.4. Party Game: Board game where students compete to be elected.Resources include blank and already coloured rosette templates and ballot paper.

By CollEd

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UK General Election 2017 - The work of Parliament  and Government: Citizenship

UK General Election 2017 - The work of Parliament and Government: Citizenship

UK General Election 2017 - The work of Parliament and Government: Citizenship. This resource contains 1xPowerPointThis Powerpoint contains 30 slides with detailed information about the upcoming 2017 General election. It will teach students in-depth about UK politics through a series of tasks, questions and activities. They will also develop knowledge about how UK elections work and what the role of an MP is and the key features of the UK parliament made up of the House of Commons, House of Lords and the Monarchy. This PowerPoint could be used as a double lesson and includes activities, challenging questions and tasks and information for students to use to learn about the 2017 general election. This resource includes a starter activity a variety of tasks and then a plenary and is matched against the Citizenship curriculum and the promotion of British values.Learning outcomes:AO1 To understand what a general election is and why it has been calledAO3 To develop a deeper understanding of how British politics worksAO3: To examine how the EU referendum may play a vital role in the outcome of the 2017 General electionThis could be used for the New GCSE Citizenship (9-1) but also KS3 students to teach them an introduction to politics using what is current and in the news.This resource work well with my other New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Assessments and lesson powerpoints and worksheets. Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid resources for GCSE Citizenship and PSHE.

By bkingsnorth

OCR GCSE: America Land of the Free - Black Civil Rights 1960 - 1975

OCR GCSE: America Land of the Free - Black Civil Rights 1960 - 1975

This tried and tested resource includes a wide range of revision notes, tasks, activities and assessment for learning that are suitable for the full ability spectrum at GCSE History. It is aimed at helping students studying Black Civil Rights as part of the OCR GCSE Modern World History: USA Land of the Free 1945 - 1975. This booklet is part two of a two part series, which I have had to break up due to size of the resource. This booklet comes in two sections. The first resource is a study guide which includes revision notes and sources on the history of the Black Civil Rights movement from 1960 - 1975. ' Accompanying each section are a range of interactive activities and tasks from pro and con organisers, Venn diagrams, thinking skills triangles to various mind map activities to help reinforce and check students knowledge and understanding. The second section, is made up of a series of past paper questions from OCR's GCSE on this topic. Accompanying these questions are student guides on how to answer each type of question as well as a student mark scheme for self / peer assessment. If you do a different exam board, you can easily drop in your own mark schemes into the table format and adapt this resource. The full contents for each section are listen below:1. Background: How had civil rights improved by 1961?2. Martin Luther’s ideas, methods and tactics 3. Malcom X’s ideas, methods and tactics 4. Venn diagram activity: Martin Luther King V Malcolm X 5. Voting Rights and empowering black people 6. Birmingham Protest 7. Washington March 8. Civil Rights Act & Freedom Summer 1964 9. Selma & voting rights 10. A new direction: violent direct action 11. Sources on black nationalism 12. Mind Map on black nationalism13. President Kennedy V President Johnson 14. OCR Past Paper Questions 15. Pupil Mark Schemes I have also included my SmartNotes with aims, objectives, outcomes, annotations, graphic organiser templates and relevant sources as a bonus to help anyone teaching or studying this topic, as a bonus. If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop or stay in touch via: https://www.facebook.com/TheHistoryAcademy/ Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy

By Roy_Huggins

OCR GCSE History: America Land of the Free - Black Civil rights 1945 - 62

OCR GCSE History: America Land of the Free - Black Civil rights 1945 - 62

This tried and tested resource includes a wide range of revision notes, tasks, activities and assessment for learning that are suitable for the full ability spectrum at GCSE History. It is aimed at helping students studying Black Civil Rights as part of the OCR GCSE Modern World History: USA Land of the Free. It is part one of a two part series, which I have had to break up due to size of the resource. The booklet comes in two sections. The first resource is a study guide which includes revision notes and sources on the history of the Black Civil Rights movement from 1945 - 1963. ' Accompanying each section are a range of interactive activities and tasks from pro and con organisers, thinking skills triangles to various mind map activities to help reinforce and check students knowledge and understanding. The second section, is made up of a series of past paper questions from OCR's GCSE on this topic. Accompanying these questions are student guides on how to answer each type of question as well as a student mark scheme for self / peer assessment. If you do a different exam board, you can easily drop in your own mark schemes into the table format and adapt this resource. The full contents for each section are listen below:1. Background: Racism in the 1920s & 30s2. How far did the SWW improve the lives of Black people?3. Aims of the civil rights movement 4. Brown Verses Board of Education of Topeka, 1954 5. Little Rock, 1957 6. James Meredith and ‘Ole Miss’ 7. Revision activities on the desegregation of education.8. Why was the fight to desegregate education important?9. Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott 10. Why was the Montgomery Bus Boycott important? 11. OCR Questions on the impact of the SWW 12. OCR Questions on discrimination in the 1950s 13. OCR Questions on desegregation in education 14. OCR Questions on Rosa Parks & Montgomery Bus Boycott 15. OCR Questions on impact of the Bus Boycott on CR Mov. 16. Mark scheme and advice for what is the message question [7] 17. Mark scheme and advice for why was this source published [7]18. Mark Scheme and hints for tackling how useful question 19. Mark scheme and hints for tackling How far question [8] 20. Mark scheme and hints on How far does this source prove (7) 21. Mark scheme and hints for tackling describe question [4] 22. Mark scheme and hints for tackling explain question [6] 23. Mark scheme and hints tackling evaluation question [10]I have also included my lesson SmartNotes that I use alongside this bonus as an extra bonus.If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop or stay in touch via: https://www.facebook.com/TheHistoryAcademy/ Kind Regards Roy

By Roy_Huggins

OCR GCSE Modern World: America Land of the Free - Black Civil Rights 1945 - 1975

OCR GCSE Modern World: America Land of the Free - Black Civil Rights 1945 - 1975

These bundled resources cover the content and past paper questions for the current (old) OCR Specification which is being examined this year for the last time. Aspects of the syllabus covered by these resources are as follows: 1. How successful was the struggle for civil rights in the 1950s? • What was the state of civil rights in America in c.1950? • Did the Second World War have an impact on the position of African Americans? • Why was the struggle over desegregated education in the 1950s important? • What was the importance of the Montgomery Bus Boycott? 2. Who improved civil rights the most in the 1960s and 1970s? • How were Martin Luther King’s ideas and methods different from those of Malcolm X? • Who did more for civil rights in America, Martin Luther King or Malcolm X? • Who was more important in improving civil rights, President Kennedy or President Johnson? • Did the Black Power groups harm the struggle for civil rights? • How far did civil rights progress under Nixon? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow 'The History Academy' on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy

By Roy_Huggins