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Development of the Suffragette Movement

Development of the Suffragette Movement

This lesson focuses on how the actions of the Suffragettes changed overtime and by the end of the lesson students should be able to understand and explain how and why many Suffragettes developed from peaceful protesters to militants. The lesson includes a number of activities along with a clear learning objective and both a starting and closing activity.

By alidenman

American Civil Rights. 17 Lessons.

American Civil Rights. 17 Lessons.

Included in this pack is a series of lessons linked with studying Black Civil Rights from its origins with the Jim Crow Laws in the 1930s /40s though to the Black Powers Movement Towards the end of the 1960s. All lesson outcomes are linked with key historical skills. All tasks and activities have been designed around developing pupil knowledge and understanding of American Civil Rights to then apply this to exam technique / exam style questions. All videos are embedded (links provided) I have included WAGOLS / Success criteria's /Homeworks to further pupils understanding. A fantastic opportunity to develop your own Scheme of work on this topic. Save over 30% On these lessons combined.

By morlem

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Year 9 Cold War bundle

Year 9 Cold War bundle

A bundle of lessons aimed at Year 9. These lessons are designed to give pupils a really good but brief overview of the Cold War. Lessons include: 1. Why the Cold War start? 2. The Cuban Missile Crisis 3. Why did the USA fight in Vietnam? 4. Why did the USA lose in Vietnam 5. Was Afghanistan the USSR's Vietnam? BONUS FREE - Vietnam top trumps

By taylortda

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Year 9 Cold War - Lesson 5 US defeat in Vietnam

Year 9 Cold War - Lesson 5 US defeat in Vietnam

The fifth lesson in my scheme of work aimed at Year 9 for Cold War and Containment. This lesson examines the war in Vietnam and asks pupils the key question: why did the USA lose the war? Activities include a video task where pupils have to explain what it was like to fight in Vietnam. Then a sources and table task where pupils have to work out using the sources the key reasons for the US defeat. Some of the sources have mature themes but I explain this to the pupils prior to giving out the sheet and they always treat them maturely. Clearly if that's an issue you can delete those particular sources. Once I finish this lesson I then use the top trumps resource I created linked here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/vietnam-war-top-trumps-tactics-and-weapons-revision-tool-11553429 All required resources are included. Learning Outcomes: To know what it was like to fight in Vietnam To understand sources about the Vietnam War To assess why the USA lost the Vietnam War �

By taylortda

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Year 9 Cold War - Lesson 4 why did the USA fight in Vietnam?

Year 9 Cold War - Lesson 4 why did the USA fight in Vietnam?

The fourth lesson in my scheme of work aimed at Year 9 for Cold War and Containment. This lesson examines the war in Vietnam and asks pupils the key question: why did the US fight in Vietnam? Activities include a map task, and a card sort and then pupils have to explain how the war in Vietnam was connected to the Cold War in a writing task at the end. All required resources are included. Learning Outcomes: To know what is meant by the Domino Theory and Containment To understand why the US fought in Vietnam To assess how Vietnam was connected to the Cold War �

By taylortda

How should we remember war?

How should we remember war?

This group discussion lesson works well stretched out as an hour long lesson analysing how we should remember war. Looking at the brutality of war and the controversial debates around wearing a poppy, the lesson looks at examples from Northern Ireland and Iraq about why some people take issue with remembering the war dead. This lesson worked brilliantly with my Y9 History class at the end of covering ww1.

By conord094

Terrorism Bundle

Terrorism Bundle

This is my bundle for teaching about terrorism and why it is important to work towards peace. I have also written a child friend version of what to do should your school or a public place be attacked by terrorists. These resources could be used as part of a display or to help prompt the students to discuss the issues in the classroom.

By peterfogarty

Assassination of Franz Ferdinand

Assassination of Franz Ferdinand

This lesson allows students to analyse the events leading up to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and examine why this event is considered the event which sparked World War One.

By alidenman

20th Century History Lessons and KS3 Resources Bundle 1

20th Century History Lessons and KS3 Resources Bundle 1

In this BUNDLE of our series on 20th Century History Lessons we have included several full lessons and other resources which will SAVE TONS OF TIME and get students EXCITED! Lessons include topics on: the first gas attack / mysteries on the secret police in Russia and another mystery about a boy reporting his dad to the Gestapo in Nazi Germany / Malcolm X / a lesson on the different experiences of ww2 evacuees / Lloyd George stretch and challenge lesson / rationing mystery - why did Peter and his friends stuff themselves with chocolates in 1949?

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Freedom fighting or Actions of Terror? 20th Century History lesson resource on terrorism for KS3 KS4

Freedom fighting or Actions of Terror? 20th Century History lesson resource on terrorism for KS3 KS4

In this part of our series on 20th Century History Lessons, students investigate sources around the question 'Freedom fighting or Actions of Terror?'. Two case studies are used: King David Hotel Attack 1946 and the suicide bombing of Maxim Restaurant, 2003. The resources is a great opportunity for class discussion! They have to rate each source and place it on a sliding scale; how they think each source support the idea of 'Freedom Fighting' or 'Terrorist Attack'. This is a lesson resource that can easily be adapted with more recent acts of terror.

By HumanitiesResources