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Medieval Realms Timeline

Medieval Realms Timeline

Black & white timeline for 1066 - 1485, showing monarchs and key events in the British medieval period. Ideal for photocopying. Can be used as A4 sheet, e.g. stuck inside book cover, or cut up to make a timeline of just over 1m in length. Available in editable MS Publisher or PDF format.
MrVixen
Go German supplement produced by The TES

Go German supplement produced by The TES

This supplement was printed by The TES in March 2006 and tries to encourage pupils to take German. The articles aim to spark curiosity about the many great and varied contributions that Germans have made to the world, an understanding of how modern Germany moved from totalitarianism, and the wider benefits of curriculum projects and exchanges.
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Victorian event timeline

Victorian event timeline

These set of cards can be used in many different ways. The timeline is divided up into the different decades of the victorian era, and shows the different events which happened over the years. You can cut the A4 sheets into A5 size or leave as they are. I haven't included all events, just those that mt class will be studing. You can add things to and take things out of the time line. I am also making a victorian law timeline as to include these of this one would have been to much.
LizNQT
Wounded Knee Synthesis Exercise

Wounded Knee Synthesis Exercise

Requires students to interpret a range of sources about the events at Wounded Knee. Students then to synthesis information to create a chronological account. Higher attaining students have the opportunity to develop and integrate their evaluation skills. Prior knowledge of the Ghost Dance and the death of Sitting Bull required.
annajordan
Ghost Dance Running Dictation Exercise

Ghost Dance Running Dictation Exercise

Requires students to work in groups. One member of the group comes to teachers desk to collect a statement, returns to group and has to summarise it in their own words. members of the group to write it down. Statement is NOT to be shown to the group. Then process is repeated with a new member of the group collecting and summarising. To differentiate, higher attaining students can be given questions intermittently to develop their thinking skills. By the end ALL students should have a narrative of the Ghost Dance, ALL students should have worked in groups and developed their communication and cooperation skills. SOME students will have developed further thinking and discussion skills.
annajordan
A Virtual Journey Around Renaissance Florence

A Virtual Journey Around Renaissance Florence

A decision-making adventure. The Renaissance was a time when ordinary people started thinking for themselves. Before then, they were just expected to do as they were told. Your evil Headmaster hates people thinking for themselves. So he has built a time machine to take him back to Renaissance Florence. His plan is to kidnap 5 great Renaissance people: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Galileo and Brunelleschi. In this way, he hopes to stop the Renaissance ever properly happening!
russeltarr
HISTORY: THE HOLOCAUST

HISTORY: THE HOLOCAUST

Interactive poster telling the story of Janusz Korczak, the Children’s Hero. Refusing to leave his children in the orphanage when the Nazis invaded Poland in 1940, he was captured and ended up in a death camp. Includes facts and pictures, questions and suggestions for more resources and links to other websites.
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Jeff Thomas song

Jeff Thomas song

As mentioned in the TES (October 27, 2006) this is an MP3 of a song by Jeff Thomas. The song is about America and the Second World War.
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Assembly outline for Holocaust Day

Assembly outline for Holocaust Day

Britain has observed this anniversary (January 27) of the liberation of Auschwitz since 2001. In Israel Holocaust Day is the 27th of the Jewish month of Nisan. This assembly outline script was originally published in TES Teacher magazine
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