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10 lesson Scheme of Work - History of Britain (Stone Age to 1066)

10 lesson Scheme of Work - History of Britain (Stone Age to 1066)

This sequence of lessons covers a number of elements of the Key Stage 2 History curriculum in a fun, engaging and dynamic way. I am a trained Secondary teacher who is currently working in a Prep School so teaching Year 5 and 6. As such, I have embedded a number of the higher level historical skills into this scheme of work. There is an assessment at the end which will gauge pupils retention but more importantly their ability to interrogate source material.
giovannielber9
Timeline Template (Editable in Google Slides)

Timeline Template (Editable in Google Slides)

Best of all, this resource is available in both printable pdf format as well as a Google Slides editable format. This timeline template allows students to create a timeline with linked information for each event.The timeline page supports 11 events and has the age range of 0 to 17. If you need more events for your timeline, duplicate the slide. Your students are able to click the arrow and point it at the appropriate time. They can also double click the event boxes and write in their description. The template is locked, so your students can’t mistakenly move or delete the background. If you choose to print the PDF, have your students draw the arrows themselves. This resource includes one version with arrows on each event box and one version without any arrows, ready to print.
rombop
Instagram Template (Editable on Google Slides)

Instagram Template (Editable on Google Slides)

The use of social media is a great way to engage and gain the interest of your students. Best of all, this resource is available in both printable pdf format as well as a Google Slides editable format. This Instagram template allows students to add text and pictures to an “Instagram Template”. The template is locked, so your students can’t mistakenly move or delete the background. Use this to: Have your students discuss a character or setting in a novel Focus on a historical person Focus on a Geographic area Use it in science and have your students record their information
rombop
Magazine Template for Google Docs

Magazine Template for Google Docs

This is a high quality template for Google Docs that students can use to create magazine articles for class projects. It can be used for nearly every subject, is easily editable, and looks much cleaner and more professional than every other Google Docs magazine template available. I hope you enjoy it! Once you download the .pdf, you will find a link on the second page that you can use to access the editable template. Once you open the template, be sure to click “file” - “make a copy.” This will give you your own editable copy to use freely. Feel free to make as many copies of the template as you’d like for your students.
ltgunkel
Newspaper Template for Google Docs

Newspaper Template for Google Docs

This is a high quality template for Google Docs that students can use to create newspaper articles for class projects. It can be used for nearly every subject, is easily editable, and looks much cleaner and more professional than every other Google Docs newspaper template available. I hope you enjoy it! Once you download the .pdf, you will find a link on the second page that you can use to access the editable template. Once you open the template, be sure to click “file” - “make a copy.” This will give you your own editable copy to use freely. Feel free to make as many copies of the template as you’d like for your students.
ltgunkel
British Values Drop Down Day

British Values Drop Down Day

Drop Down Day Pack - A set of 6 lessons to cover a Drop Down Day (6 hours) introducing British Values to KS3 and KS4 The Drop Down Day was put together for Year 8 originally, but all the resources are editable and well-differentiated so it could be used with any year group KS4 / KS3 with a tweak or so. The Drop Down Day covers an introduction to British Democracy, how laws are made, British Identity, British Liberties, a history of British Democracy and Tolerance in modern Britain. All these individual lessons have been rated very highly by Tes users and are tried and tested in my own department. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources HERE
EC_Resources
The Stuarts - Did Charles I deserve to die?

The Stuarts - Did Charles I deserve to die?

This is a lesson I designed in 2011 for an upcoming Ofsted inspection for KS 3 students studying the Stuarts. The lesson resources contain a lesson plan to guide you through the lesson and there are differentiated worksheets to assist pending on the ability of the class. The pupils found this lesson very enjoyable. Enjoy
BattleAxe1066
Florence Nightingale History Presentation

Florence Nightingale History Presentation

This is a presentation on Florence Nightingale, the pioneering nurse who fought for more hygienic hospital conditions during the Crimean War. Use it as part of a lesson or for an assembly for KS1 or KS2. The presentation covers Florence’s childhood, early career, work during the Crimean War and ongoing legacy. The last part of the presentation includes some interesting questions to provoke discussion or for further exploration.
blossomingminds
Mary Seacole History Presentation

Mary Seacole History Presentation

This is a presentation on Mary Seacole, who travelled from Jamaica to Britain and onto the Crimea to care for soldiers during the Crimean War. Use it as part of a lesson or for an assembly for KS1 or KS2. The presentation covers Mary’s childhood, early career, travelling and war work. The last part of the presentation includes some interesting questions to provoke discussion or for further exploration. Please note: Due to copyright reasons, no photos of Mary Seacole are included.
blossomingminds
Edith Cavell History Presentation

Edith Cavell History Presentation

This is a presentation on the nurse Edith Cavell, who sacrificed her own life for the soldiers she cared for in World War I. Use it as part of a lesson or for an assembly for KS1 or KS2. The presentation covers Edith’s childhood, early career, war work and legacy. The last part of the presentation includes some interesting questions to provoke discussion or for further exploration. Please note: due to copyright reasons, no photos of Edith Cavell are included.
blossomingminds
Sample pages from the play script The Big Ship Sails

Sample pages from the play script The Big Ship Sails

A short extract from the KS2/KS3 play script The Big Ship Sails, to enable teachers to try before they buy! The play is about the British Child Migration Scheme - which involved hundreds of thousands of children being exported to Commonwealth countries. It was one of the saddest periods in British modern history.
AliJC
Presentation Activity

Presentation Activity

A simple activity to help students to improve the presentation of their exercise books. This one is history specific but easily adaptable to any subject or key stage.
gemwilliams2
HISTORY MYSTERY: Why did the Great Fire of London Spread so far and so fast?

HISTORY MYSTERY: Why did the Great Fire of London Spread so far and so fast?

This lesson asks the big question ‘why did the Great Fire of London Spread so far and so fast in 1666?’. Your students have to evaluate the evidence available to decide what they think was the biggest contributing factor. Students have to infer and reach a reasoned judgement based on the evidence at hand. This includes primary sources and secondary reports. The class works in pairs or groups to decide why the Great Fire of London was able to spread so far in such a short space of time. They assess the evidence to decide whether the main reason was: -Human mistakes, -Weather conditions -Housing -Firefighting equipment. The evidence is not given to them all at once, instead the teacher drip feeds it throughout the lesson. This is in a bid to challenge preconceived ideas and see if pupils will change their minds when faced with new data or sources. The lesson also works well as a station activity with the children moving around the room to gather information. The last task is to write an extended piece (like a DBQ) explaining what the different factors were and what they believe was the biggest contributing factor to the fire spreading in this way. The lesson fits with the common core requirement for students to analyse, evaluate and consider causation. It is designed for the UK National Curriculum and I have kept in the level descriptors as these may help you with grading your students as they are skill descriptors: ie: identify, then describe then explain then evaluate at the top end of ability. But if not they can be easily deleted from the slides. The zip file contains: fully animated powerpoint Clues from the scene worksheet Answer worksheet 9 minute clip from Charles II: Power and the Passion Full lesson plan description My classes have had great fun with this lesson. It can stand alone or be used a a project, for example on Stuart housing. I hope you find this useful and enjoyable. If you do, please check out my other enquiry lessons like this on various topics and I even have a growing bundle of them in my store. TERMS OF USE: This download (free or purchased) is for your own personal use in your classroom or your home. Please do not share my resources with others unless given explicit consent by me. Please direct them to my store instead. You may not share this download. You may not alter any item in this download, resell and claim as your own work. Similarly, you may not sell or share these resources with anyone and you may not use the contents of this download to create anything for commercial purposes or other commercial products. If you are an education board or school and would like to use my resources district wide, please contact me about licensing. © A. Hughes (MsHughesTeaches), 2014 All right
PerfidiaBlackheart
The Anglo Saxon invasion of Britain

The Anglo Saxon invasion of Britain

Events cards with hand-drawn images to support learning about the key events during the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain in approx. 400AD. This was used as a sorting activity for a lower KS2 class however could be used across the Primary curriculum. Pictures owned by R Coulson 2018
RCHope94
Multiple atmospheric clip art drawings

Multiple atmospheric clip art drawings

From butterflies to pirate ships, and from castle ghosts to countryside grasses, this plethora of little pictures offers windows onto real life, past and present, through lively, imaginative designs. Approximately 20 images.
katewilliams_poetry
History of Monarchy

History of Monarchy

An hour long fully resourced and well differentiated lesson all about the history of the British Monarchy, how it eventually became a constitutional one, how this happened and the key events along the way. Used as a high ability year 8 lesson but easily edited to suit any group. All activities have three challenge levels of tasks. The pack includes a Powerpoint, clips, worksheets and a timeline of monarchy and British government through the ages, which could be used as a display or part of a chronology activity.
History_Geek
1066 - Battle of Hastings - Half Course - Wolsey Academy

1066 - Battle of Hastings - Half Course - Wolsey Academy

From a larger Scheme of Work on the William the Conqueror & 1066. This SOW accompanies the 1066 Learning World hosted at www.wolseyacademy.com. Student’s play the role of a Saxon boy and explore the south of England during 1066, meeting characters, understanding their motives and witnessing key events unfold. This incredibly engaging and innovative new approach to learning has been tried and tested in UK Secondary schools to boost grades and homework quality. It’s entirely free to use – please check it out. The SOW is targeted at KS3 but all assessments throughout use GCSE Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a quick start guide, numeracy & literacy settler, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types, a lesson specific EAL activity sheet and printable resources. There are 10 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Presentation is to a high quality. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. The mini SOW covers the following topics: Who should be King? Stamford Bridge Battle of Hastings – Source Analysis Battle of Hastings – Descriptive Writing Battle of Hastings – Battle Analysis Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
WolseyAcademy
1066 - Battle of Hastings 5/10 - Battle Analysis - Wolsey Academy

1066 - Battle of Hastings 5/10 - Battle Analysis - Wolsey Academy

From a Scheme of Work on William the Conqueror & 1066. This SOW accompanies the 1066 Learning World hosted at www.wolseyacademy.com. Student’s play the role of a Saxon boy and explore the south of England during 1066, meeting characters, understanding their motives and witnessing key events unfold. This incredibly engaging and innovative new approach to learning has been tried and tested in UK Secondary schools to boost grades and homework quality. It’s entirely free to use – please check it out. The SOW is targeted at KS3 but all assessments throughout use GCSE Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a quick start guide, numeracy & literacy settler, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types, a lesson specific EAL activity sheet and printable resources. There are 10 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Presentation is to a high quality. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. The SOW covers the following topics: Who should be King? Stamford Bridge Battle of Hastings – Source Analysis Battle of Hastings – Descriptive Writing Battle of Hastings – Battle Analysis How did Harold die? – Source Analysis Dover and London Harrying of the North Feudal, Domesday & Castles How did William take control? – Assessment. Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
WolseyAcademy
1066 - Battle of Hastings 4/10  - Descriptive Writing - Wolsey Academy

1066 - Battle of Hastings 4/10 - Descriptive Writing - Wolsey Academy

From a Scheme of Work on William the Conqueror & 1066. This SOW accompanies the 1066 Learning World hosted at www.wolseyacademy.com. Student’s play the role of a Saxon boy and explore the south of England during 1066, meeting characters, understanding their motives and witnessing key events unfold. This incredibly engaging and innovative new approach to learning has been tried and tested in UK Secondary schools to boost grades and homework quality. It’s entirely free to use – please check it out. The SOW is targeted at KS3 but all assessments throughout use GCSE Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a quick start guide, numeracy & literacy settler, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types, a lesson specific EAL activity sheet and printable resources. There are 10 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Presentation is to a high quality. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. The SOW covers the following topics: Who should be King? Stamford Bridge Battle of Hastings – Source Analysis Battle of Hastings – Descriptive Writing Battle of Hastings – Battle Analysis How did Harold die? – Source Analysis Dover and London Harrying of the North Feudal, Domesday & Castles How did William take control? – Assessment. Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
WolseyAcademy
1066 - Battle of Hastings 3/10 - Source Pack Analysis - Wolsey Academy

1066 - Battle of Hastings 3/10 - Source Pack Analysis - Wolsey Academy

From a Scheme of Work on William the Conqueror & 1066. This SOW accompanies the 1066 Learning World hosted at www.wolseyacademy.com. Student’s play the role of a Saxon boy and explore the south of England during 1066, meeting characters, understanding their motives and witnessing key events unfold. This incredibly engaging and innovative new approach to learning has been tried and tested in UK Secondary schools to boost grades and homework quality. It’s entirely free to use – please check it out. The SOW is targeted at KS3 but all assessments throughout use GCSE Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a quick start guide, numeracy & literacy settler, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types, a lesson specific EAL activity sheet and printable resources. There are 10 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Presentation is to a high quality. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. The SOW covers the following topics: Who should be King? Stamford Bridge Battle of Hastings – Source Analysis Battle of Hastings – Descriptive Writing Battle of Hastings – Battle Analysis How did Harold die? – Source Analysis Dover and London Harrying of the North Feudal, Domesday & Castles How did William take control? – Assessment. Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
WolseyAcademy
1066  - Battle of Hastings 2/10 - Stamford Bridge - Wolsey Academy

1066 - Battle of Hastings 2/10 - Stamford Bridge - Wolsey Academy

From a Scheme of Work on William the Conqueror & 1066. This SOW accompanies the 1066 Learning World hosted at www.wolseyacademy.com. Student’s play the role of a Saxon boy and explore the south of England during 1066, meeting characters, understanding their motives and witnessing key events unfold. This incredibly engaging and innovative new approach to learning has been tried and tested in UK Secondary schools to boost grades and homework quality. It’s entirely free to use – please check it out. The SOW is targeted at KS3 but all assessments throughout use GCSE Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a quick start guide, numeracy & literacy settler, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types, a lesson specific EAL activity sheet and printable resources. There are 10 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Presentation is to a high quality. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. The SOW covers the following topics: Who should be King? Stamford Bridge Battle of Hastings – Source Analysis Battle of Hastings – Descriptive Writing Battle of Hastings – Battle Analysis How did Harold die? – Source Analysis Dover and London Harrying of the North Feudal, Domesday & Castles How did William take control? – Assessment. Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
WolseyAcademy
1066 - Battle of Hastings 1/10 - Who Should be King?  - Wolsey Academy

1066 - Battle of Hastings 1/10 - Who Should be King? - Wolsey Academy

From a Scheme of Work on William the Conqueror & 1066. This SOW accompanies the 1066 Learning World hosted at www.wolseyacademy.com. Student’s play the role of a Saxon boy and explore the south of England during 1066, meeting characters, understanding their motives and witnessing key events unfold. This incredibly engaging and innovative new approach to learning has been tried and tested in UK Secondary schools to boost grades and homework quality. It’s entirely free to use – please check it out. The SOW is targeted at KS3 but all assessments throughout use GCSE Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a quick start guide, numeracy & literacy settler, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types, a lesson specific EAL activity sheet and printable resources. There are 10 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Presentation is to a high quality. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. The SOW covers the following topics: Who should be King? Stamford Bridge Battle of Hastings – Source Analysis Battle of Hastings – Descriptive Writing Battle of Hastings – Battle Analysis How did Harold die? – Source Analysis Dover and London Harrying of the North Feudal, Domesday & Castles How did William take control? – Assessment. Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
WolseyAcademy
History Quiz (general-end of term/charity/house events)

History Quiz (general-end of term/charity/house events)

Here is a fun general historical knowledge quiz aimed at KS3 students which would be good for tutor time/a charity event/a house event/an end of term activity. It contains several different rounds including a picture round (included on the answer sheet) and a music round in which songs are linked to famous events/people. Have fun :)
Dani0704
Holocaust -  Nazi Propaganda

Holocaust - Nazi Propaganda

This is a lesson I designed for an OFSTED inspection in 2014. The lesson is more catered for KS3 students that are learning about the Holocaust and Nazi Propaganda and at the same time developing skills associated with History.
BattleAxe1066
Open Evening History Resource

Open Evening History Resource

This is a fun idea I designed for the school open evening for Year 6 students to attend for History. It is a simple exercise of de-coding who the murderer is by answering comprehension questions regarding Historic events, Roman Numerals and Morse Code.
BattleAxe1066
The Peasants' Revolt: Cause and Consequence

The Peasants' Revolt: Cause and Consequence

Included in this resource is a double lesson (2 x 55 mins) worth of work. The PPT guides you through a scenario based activity to enable students to empathise with the peasants whilst explaining the events of the revolt. Some resources are included on the PPT for printing. The second lesson focuses on the causes and consequences, including an extension and challenge regarding its significance. All worksheets included. This has been adapted from a resource I found and is not entirely my own workings. Have fun using/editing or adapting this to your own needs.
JGrazier
Growth Mindset Scavenger Hunt- Back to School, End of Year

Growth Mindset Scavenger Hunt- Back to School, End of Year

The Growth Mindset Scavenger Hunt can be used as an introduction or review activity. You can use the Growth Mindset Scavenger Hunt activity as task cards, a scavenger hunt or both. This is the perfect Growth Mindset activity for Back to School, End of the Year or anytime in between! The Scavenger Hunt is designed so that students must visit each of the ten fact cards at least two times! That means they have to read the small passage or skim for details twice! Students will use non-fiction content to practice reading skills, improve fluency and reading comprehension. Students will learn about Growth Mindset and think critically about the power of positive words. Also included are 10 ideas for how to use task cards! This activity will instill a Growth Mindset while learning about people who changed the world through persistence. The possibilities are endless for this cross-curriculum activity! Teachers should create a classroom that supports persistence, effort and even mistakes. This engaging activity covers the following famous people known for their positive Growth Mindset: Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, Ted Geisel, Kid President, Maya Angelou, Michael Jordan, Ellen DeGeneres, Walt Disney, Rosa Parks and JK Rowling. This Growth Mindset activity can be used as task cards for partner activities, SCOOT activities, scavenger hunts, anticipatory sets, unit review, sub plans, stations, or independent work. How you choose to set it up in your classroom is up to you  There are so many possibilities that allow students to be out of their seats, moving around the room and learning! WHAT’S INCLUDED? 10 Famous People Fact Cards with quotes to hang around the room. Each Fact Card contains a small reading passage, a date and a picture. 8 ELA Task Cards - Students use reading and comprehension skills (Common Core) 4 Math Task Cards - Students complete basic addition and subtraction 4 Timeline Task Cards - Questions to reiterate how to read a timeline 2 Writing Task Cards - Open-ended, creative thinking prompts 2 Drawing Task Cards - Quick draw to show comprehension (20 task cards total) 2 Recording Sheets to choose from One with the questions directly on it, the other is blank to use with the task cards. The recording sheet is broken down into categories – ELA, Math, Timeline, Drawing and Writing. Teacher Answer Key 4 Blank Task Cards for the teacher to use for additional questions. ( I use them for early finisher tasks)
lisaf5005
Roman Invasion of Britain - Thinking Skills Diamond Ranking (KS2)

Roman Invasion of Britain - Thinking Skills Diamond Ranking (KS2)

A thinking skills activity to encourage students to consider why the Romans were such successful invaders. All discussion points are true, students need to order them in a diamond ranking, there are no wrong answers so all students can safely enjoy discussing their ideas, without fear of failure. As a further challenge I asked students to design one more battle tactic to add to the Roman arsenal. Learning Objective is from the new 2014 Curriculum.
susiesee
Man On The Moon Debate

Man On The Moon Debate

This lesson looks at historical evidence and children having to justify their answers. A highly interactive lesson, the lesson involves role play- which the children LOVED!!
smelly_78
The Space Race 'Mystery Bag' Activity

The Space Race 'Mystery Bag' Activity

This activity was used to begin our Space Race topic. A mystery rucksack was placed in the class room with the attached pictures inside. (we used a silvery, space- looking bag). As the items were pulled out, the children had to guess who the bag belonged to (starting with more random clues). This was used as a classroom display.
smelly_78
The History Of Space Travel: The Space race

The History Of Space Travel: The Space race

This is an introductory lesson to the history of space travel used with Year 5. It details the main events and gives the children a sense of chronology. The children have to reach their own conclusion as to who ‘won’ the space race by justifying their decision. The resource includes: PowerPoint presentation, Differentiated worksheets, Lesson plan.
smelly_78
9-1 British Medicine: Renaissance ideas on causes of disease, treatment and prevention

9-1 British Medicine: Renaissance ideas on causes of disease, treatment and prevention

GCSE British Medicine Through Time New 2016 Specification Grades 9-1 Can be used for AQA, Edexcel, OCR or iGCSE exam boards. Revision/summary sheet covering the change and continuity on the ideas on cause of disease, treatment and methods of prevention in the Renaissance period. Exam question included (Edexcel comparison 4 mark question) Part of medieval 1500-1750 Medicine topic. Please see my other lessons & resources Feedback welcome!
MrThorntonTeach
The Fight For Women's Suffrage: The Suffragettes

The Fight For Women's Suffrage: The Suffragettes

This lesson has been designed as part of a KS3 unit of work on Women’s fight for suffrage in the early 20th Century. It is titled: ‘The Fight For Women’s Suffrage: The Suffragettes’ The lesson is fully resourced and full of activities, information, educational videos and discussion opportunities. Some of the key focuses include: … key debates on gender equality in today’s society … source analysis … a number of videos and related questions … Primary source account from Hannah Mitchell … Examination of militant tactics and the ‘Cat and Mouse’ act. … Campaigning activity … plenary, homework and purple pen slide with 10 minute interactive timer.
MrTHistory