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Card Sort: How did Edward Jenner discover smallpox vaccination?

Card Sort: How did Edward Jenner discover smallpox vaccination?

This great little resource is suitable for a wide range of abilities and can easily be adapted to suit any text book or resource on the role played by Edward Jenner in the fight against smallpox. If you like this resource then for a little extra you can purchase the PowerPoint that accompanies this resource with extra information and activities. Students can sort through the cards and organise the events into their correct chronological order. This could be used as a starter exercise to see if they can work out before hand what happened and then used as a mini plenary to check their answers once they have watched a video or read a text book or resource on Edward Jenner. I have linked in a an appropriate clip to this resource in the preview. This resource will appeal to both visual and kinesthetic learners. Aims and Objectives: Theme: The fight against infectious diseases in the 19th Century Know: How did people try to fight Smallpox before Edward Jenner? Understand: How did Edward Jenner discover how to vaccinate? Skills: Source Analysis, Cause, Consequence WILF – What Am I Looking For? Identify & describe: How did people try to fight Smallpox before Jenner? Explain: How did Edward Jenner discover how to vaccinate? 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
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Card Sort: What contributions did Pasteur and Koch make to medical knowledge?

Card Sort: What contributions did Pasteur and Koch make to medical knowledge?

This outstanding resource designed to get students to compare the contributions of Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch to medical knowledge. It would make a great starter, plenary , revision activity or mini plenary that could be used with any main stream text book or video on this topic… When you purchase this resource you will be able to download a single page Word Document which includes a learning aim, instructions, two heading cards and twenty information cards that can be sorted on Pasteur and Koch. Once the task has been completed, students could add additional information that they have researched from the class text book or the linked video clip. The aims and objectives of this lesson are: Theme: Germ Theory Know: What contributions did both Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch make to medical knowledge? Understand: What were their methods and ideas? Evaluate: How important were their contributions to Germ Theory? WILF: What Am I Looking for? Identify & describe: Who were Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch? Explain: What were their methods and ideas? Evaluate: How important were their contributions to Germ Theory? If you like this resource may want to consider also buying the PP that I have created to go with this lesson as it includes this and another activity at a bargain price. At the same time you may want to 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
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Venn Diagram Activity: Louis Pasteur Verses Robert Koch

Venn Diagram Activity: Louis Pasteur Verses Robert Koch

This activity is designed to get students to compare and contrast the contributions of Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch to medical knowledge as part of the Medicine Through Time course. It would make a great starter, plenary , revision activity or mini plenary that could be used with any text book on this topic. If you would like something that goes into a little more depth then check out my card sort on this topic. When you purchase this resource you will be able to download a single page Word Document which includes a learning objective, instructions, a predrawn Venn diagram and a information box at the bottom from which students can select key facts about the two men to help them complete the diagram. Once completed the activity, students could add additional information that they have researched from the class text book or the linked video clip. The aims and objectives of this lesson are: Theme: Germ Theory Know: What contributions did both Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch make to medical knowledge? Understand: What were their methods and ideas? Evaluate: How important were their contributions to Germ Theory? WILF: What Am I Looking for? Identify & describe: Who were Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch? Explain: What were their methods and ideas? Evaluate: How important were their contributions to Germ Theory? If you like this resource may want to consider also buying the PP that I have created to go with this lesson as it includes this and another activity at a bargain price. At the same time you may want to 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
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Titanic Topic Vocabulary Pack

Titanic Topic Vocabulary Pack

This 15 page Titanic TVP will help bring to life your Titanic topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key areas to study and explore! Created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of the Titanic related words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource. ​
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Great Fire of London Topic Vocabulary Pack

Great Fire of London Topic Vocabulary Pack

Great Fire of London! This 16-page Great Fire of London TVP will help bring to life your topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key areas to study and explore: London, Samuel Pepys, Firefighting and Why?! We have created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of related words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource.
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Card Sort: What factors helped Pasteur and Koch?

Card Sort: What factors helped Pasteur and Koch?

This outstanding card sort is designed to help students understand the what factors help Pasteur and Koch in their research to prove germ theory and vacination. This resource is suitable for the full range of learners and be used as a starter, plenary, homework or main activity depending upon the ability of your class. I've linked in the classic video on for this topic on You Tube in the preview for this resource. When you purchase this lesson you will receive a card sort with six headings labelled communication, luck, national rivalry and war, personal qualities, research techniques,science and technology as well as twelve accompanying statements which need to be matched up or sorted. Once complete, I have included an optional extension exercise were students can explain which factors were the most important. The aims and objectives for this lesson are: Theme: Germ Theory Know: What factors helped Pasteur and Koch to prove germ theory? Understand: Which factors were linked to communication, luck, national rivalry and war, personal qualities, research techniques, science and technology? Evaluate: Which factors were the most important? WILF – What Am I Looking For? Identify & describe: The different factors which helped Pasteur and Koch to prove germ theory? Explain: Which factors were linked to communication, luck, national rivalry and war, personal qualities, research techniques, science and technology? Analyse: Which factors were the most important? 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
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Source Square

Source Square

A useful graphic organiser with prompt questions to help students to use sources more effectively in history. Differentiated versions available.
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Westward Expansion ESCAPE ROOMS BUNDLE -Oregon Trail, Gold Rush, Lewis&Clark

Westward Expansion ESCAPE ROOMS BUNDLE -Oregon Trail, Gold Rush, Lewis&Clark

This Escape Room BUNDLE includes: 1) Lewis and Clark Escape Room 2) Oregon Trail Escape Room 3) California Gold Rush Escape Room The Westward Expansion Escape Rooms BUNDLE will take students on three separate secret missions around the classroom! This escape room has students decode interesting facts Lewis and Clark, the Oregon Trail and the California Gold Rush. Sometimes students just need a day of movement around the room! The Westward Expansion Escape Rooms BUNDLE has students walking around the classroom breaking codes. Students are given a secret code name and sent on three different secret missions! The codes include ciphers, Morse code, cryptograms and a final 4 digit combination based on the decoders/clues. Each clue and code is different. The codes require students to think differently to decipher or decode them. Some codes are easier than others. Some codes require critical thinking to determine what a letter/symbol stands for. Each code will reveal interesting facts about Westward Expansion. The use of secret code will keep your students engaged while competing to find the final 4 digit combination. No props needed!! Students can report the final code/combination to you. If you wanted to, you could purchase a 4 digit lock that you program, but is not necessary at all! The best age range for this resource is 8+. Please look at the preview to determine if this resource works for your age group. Younger students may need some help with some of the more difficult codes. You can use the pre-labeled clues or you can challenge older kids to choose/find the decoder that works for each of the clues. A set of labeled and non-labeled decoders are included for each Escape Room. An answer key and teacher directions are provided. Time needed: 30-60 minutes per Escape Room
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The Industrial Revolution Customizable Headbandz Game

The Industrial Revolution Customizable Headbandz Game

Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, asking questions, and collaborating? Look no further! This game can be used as a review of the people, events, and vocabulary from the Industrial Revolution The words used on the cards for this game include Adam Smith, business cycle, capitalism, cartel, Charles Dickens, collective bargaining, communism, corporation, crop rotation, depression, Eli Whitney, Enclosure Movement, factors of production, factory system, free enterprise, Friedrich Engels, Henry Bessemer, Henry Ford, humanitarians, interchangeable parts, James Watt, Jethro Tull, John Stuart Mill, JP Morgan, Karl Marx, Laissez-Faire, mass production, means of production, mechanization, monopoly, proletariat, Robert Owen, Samuel Morse, socialism, strike, tenements, Thomas Malthus, union, utilitarianism, and vulcanization. Your purchase includes: ---------------------------- *Notes for teachers *Instructions for students *40 Game cards *Blank Card Sheets to add your own words *A printable headband template for students *A question chart to help students think of questions to ask This resource includes cards that are specific to the Middle Ages. There are 40 cards included with this purchase, but a blank template is also included in case you would like to add additional cards.
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Year 5/6 Victorian Topic Everyday Mystery Items Prediction and Reveal

Year 5/6 Victorian Topic Everyday Mystery Items Prediction and Reveal

Save yourself hours trying to create an engaging topic lesson! These resources were created for my current Year 6 class. All photos of original Victorian everyday items are provided. I placed two items on each table, and the children were asked to work collaboratively to predict: what the item was used for; what it is called; what it is made from; who would have owned it; and how was it made? I then moved the photos around the tables and repeated this process until all photos had been discussed by all table groups. The children then returned to the carpet, and I revealed how to items were used to the children. In this resource, you will find: photos of the Victorian objects; a PowerPoint presentation, revealing all of the items, including detailed explanations; a success criteria for the lesson; and two differentiated worksheets for the children to fill out (BA includes sentence starters , and Ha lined template). This lesson can also easily be linked to science by discussing different types of materials, different metals, conductivity, the difference between etc. Having carried out this lesson already, seeing how enthusiastic and engaged my class were, I'm sure it will be just as successful for you too. Please note all photos were taken by me, and these items belong to a family member of mine.
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World History Breakout Game Bundle (9 Games)

World History Breakout Game Bundle (9 Games)

Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! These games were designed for high school students to help them review what they have learned in World History. This purchase includes the following games: **The Middle Ages **Exploration and Expansion **The Renaissance and Reformation **The Enlightenment **The Industrial Revolution **The Great Depression **World War I **Superpowers of the Modern World **The Day That Changed the World (September 11 Terrorist Attacks) You can use physical locks and a lock box or digital forms on a Google Form with this game. (You will need to create a form if you wish to do it digitally. See a free tutorial here!) This purchase includes: -------- *A detailed document outlining each clue card, setup, and running the game *An answer sheet for students *An editable Google Slides document for all of the clue cards
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Victorian class assembly **Fully Editable**

Victorian class assembly **Fully Editable**

This script was written for a year 4 class, but could easily be adapted for other year groups. It covers topics from our term including healthy eating and balanced diets; inner forces and temptation; Victorian inventions, schools and life for rich vs poor. It is titled Oliver and Olivia and is based on Oliver Twist. It begins in the orphanage's food hall (discuss healthy eating). The 'twins' then leave for London and meet the pickpockets (discuss temptation of stealing). Then they meet a friendly lady who takes them in (discuss school and life of rich vs poor). There are currently 17 speaking roles but this number can be increased by sharing lines (for example there are 4 pickpockets who each have 4 or 5 lines, but you could increase the pickpockets and decrease the number of lines). We used 2 songs in this play as well - Food Train and Pick a Pocket or Two. They are not included, but can easily be found online or changed/removed all together. Hope you class enjoys this as much as mine did!
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