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1066 - Castles: How William Controlled the Lands

1066 - Castles: How William Controlled the Lands

1066 - Castles: How William Controlled the Lands - Recap and starter activity - Paired pictionary activity - Contextual information for reading, discussion and recording - Relevant hyperlinked videos - In-depth analysis of the methods used for attacking and defending castles - Extended writing activities - Class dominoes activity - A choice of 2 interactive plenary activities
MrTHistory
1066: The Year of 3 Battles (Fulford, Stamford Bridge, Hastings) -How William became King of England

1066: The Year of 3 Battles (Fulford, Stamford Bridge, Hastings) -How William became King of England

This is a comprehensive lesson, targeted towards KS3 students. Some key focuses include... - Detailed animation and class reading showing how the events of 1066 progressed. This is step-by-step and at a pace of your choosing, allowing for lots of questioning opportunities. - A number of relevant informative videos are included on Fulford, Stamford Bridge and Hastings. - Bayeux Tapestry activity - Whole class discussion using images of the tapestry. A hyperlinked video is also included showing an animated version of this. - An assessment on how William became King of England. This includes a marking grid with purple pen questions and is linked to the format of the new GCSE.
MrTHistory
Medicine during World War One

Medicine during World War One

All the resources you need to plan a top quality lesson on the role of medicine during the First World War. These colourful and detailed resources use poetry, visual stimuli and historical detail to bring the medical side of the First World War to life. These resources are produced by Never Such Innocence, a charity dedicated to engaging young people with the centenary of the First World War through poetry, art and song. If you've enjoyed this resource, have a look at our website (www.neversuchinnocence.com) where the fourth edition resource is available including sections on the war at home and around the world as well as having poetry and art from the period incorporated throughout. Never Such Innocence runs an annual First World War poetry, art and song competition for young people aged 9-16 around the world. The competition is free to enter and the deadline is Friday 16th March. To request two free copies of the resource for your school email enquiries@neversuchinnocence.com
NSI
World War One: A Global Conflict

World War One: A Global Conflict

With this huge selection of resources, you'll have everything you need to plan a brilliant lesson on the global span of the First World War. From Australia to Africa, these high quality handouts will help broaden your pupils' understanding of the First World War. With engaging historical detail, evocative paintings and photos and a wide selection of poetry incorporated throughout, these attractive resources will help bring alive the true span of the First World War. These resources are produced by Never Such Innocence, a charity dedicated to engaging young people with the centenary of the First World War through poetry, art and song. If you've enjoyed this resource, have a look at our website (www.neversuchinnocence.com) where the fourth edition resource is available including sections on the war at home and around the world as well as having poetry and art from the period incorporated throughout. Never Such Innocence runs an annual First World War poetry, art and song competition for young people aged 9-16 around the world. The competition is free to enter and the deadline is Friday 16th March. To request two free copies of the resource for your school email enquiries@neversuchinnocence.com Preview Files included (6)
NSI
Create your own castle

Create your own castle

Used in our Y7 scheme of work on the middle ages, this can be easily adapted as a classroom activity or homework. It's one sheet that can be printed off. Students create their own castle and have to think about what it's made of; how strong it will be; where it will be located.
historicalsando
Interregnum Activity

Interregnum Activity

Source analysis activity based off of 'the world turned upside down' source. Can easily be adapted and changed for a starter or a whole lesson activity.
OMaddox
The Causes of World War One: The Schlieffen Plan

The Causes of World War One: The Schlieffen Plan

This is a complete lesson on the Schlieffen Plan. Activities include... - 'Do Now'starter - Hyperlinked educational videos - Detailed maps and related activity - Information and tasks worksheets - Source analysis activity - Schlieffen Plan board game - Also includes a purple pen slide with a working 10 minute timer (could be used for other lessons as well).
MrTHistory
Remembrance Day by a Royal Navy Sailor

Remembrance Day by a Royal Navy Sailor

Real life photographs of Colin following through from his first year of life in 1924 to serving in WW2 on board a battle ship then an air-craft carrier. He re-calls memories from his service. The last photographs show his attendance at the Remembrance Service in Ripon proudly wearing his service medals in 2016. This has been written for all Primary school children to give them original facts of living through war whilst avoiding images unsuitable for younger children. It links to real living memories told by one of the last remaining service men. It links into your history plans for Remembrance Day or for a school assembly.
LindaMacro1
English Civil War Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain?

English Civil War Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain?

Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain? WALT: To make a judgement if Oliver Cromwell was a Hero or a Villain? MUST: Know who Oliver Cromwell was and what he did. SHOULD: Be able to use the information to make a judgement able Cromwell if he was a Hero or Villain. COULD: Use the information to explain both sides of the argument before making your own judgement.
W17
English Civil War Why was the Battle of Marston Moor  a turning point?

English Civil War Why was the Battle of Marston Moor a turning point?

Why was the Battle of Marston Moor a turning point? WALT: To understand why Marston Moor was a turning for the English Civil War. MUST: Know what the Battle of Marston Moor was in the Civil War. SHOULD: Be able to explain the events of the Battle of Marston Moor. COULD: Explain why the Battle of Marston Moor was an important turning point in the English Civil War.
W17
English Civil War Why did the English Civil War start?  – Short Term Causes

English Civil War Why did the English Civil War start? – Short Term Causes

Why did the English Civil War start? – Short Term Causes WALT: To understand the short term causes of the English Civil War. MUST: Know what the short term causes were which led to the English Civil War. SHOULD: Be able to identify the arguments of the King and Parliament, then putting them into key categories. COULD: Write an extended answer that explains which short term causes led to the English Civil War.
W17