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British Experience of Warfare (Paper 3) Edexcel Student SoW and Course Calendar

British Experience of Warfare (Paper 3) Edexcel Student SoW and Course Calendar

**This is for British Experience of Warfare (Paper 3) Edexcel Student SoW and Course Calendar** This item comes in two. One is a SoW highlighting the important topics that students will take. The course calendar (2017-2018) will show what students will be learning each lesson (you will need to adjust depending on the hours you teach). All of them are colour coded - even to the resource booklets which will be published later this month. (look out for them!) Please rate :)

By njani

Conflicts during The Reformation PPT

Conflicts during The Reformation PPT

This 16 slide PPT looks at the conflicts that arose in Europe during the time of the Reformation. Plenty of maps and detailed points clearly illustrate what pupils need to know about the topic.

By Polaphuca

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Early Elizabethan England: L6 Who challenged Elizabeth's religious settlement?

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Early Elizabethan England: L6 Who challenged Elizabeth's religious settlement?

This lesson covers the content for unit 1.3 (challenges to the religious settlement). Students identify threats, challenges and responses to domestic challenges. They then move on to look at the situation in Europe and in particular the Spanish influence in the Netherlands. Students assess various events, such as the trade embargo and attribute a success score for Elizabeth's influence in responding to various events. They follow this up with two exam style questions before deciding how successful Elizabeth was in dealing with religious challenges.

By planmylesson

KS3 Civil War Historiography (Three Lessons)

KS3 Civil War Historiography (Three Lessons)

Three fully resourced, differentiated lessons on major issues in the historiography of the Civil War period: -Was there an English Revolution? (with a focus on British Values.) -Why was the New Model Army so effective? -Charles II: Party-King or Tyrant?

By Porco

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Early Elizabethan England:L5 What were the features of different religious groups

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Early Elizabethan England:L5 What were the features of different religious groups

The first lesson in Unit 1.2 (the settlement of religion). Students learn about the key features of the 3 main religions by identifying characteristics and producing a Venn diagram. This is followed by discussions and questions re 'what kind of church did England want' and key features of each religion. Students then produce a map to show religious divisions and complete a series of questions. The lesson ends by students suggesting possible ways forward to avoid rebellion.

By planmylesson

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Early Elizabethan England, 1558-1588: L0 Who was Elizabeth 1?

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Early Elizabethan England, 1558-1588: L0 Who was Elizabeth 1?

An introduction lesson for Unit 1.1 (The situation on Elizabeth’s accession). This lesson looks at Elizabeth's background/ childhood and early problems she encountered in her reign. Students complete a timeline of her early life and select 3 key significant events and annotate these to explain how they might have affected her personality. They then study a range of sources and complete a summary for various areas of her life, such as childhood. The main task requires students to write a blurb for a book on her early life. All resources can be used in a variety of ways and developed to suit a range of groups.

By planmylesson

History KS3 Key Word Displays

History KS3 Key Word Displays

These key word literacy displays, which have been designed in conjunction with the National Curriculum, are to be used in the classroom (or on display boards outside) when introducing a new History topic to the students. They are easy to print and will hopefully save an incredible amount of time and effort when incorporating literacy into a new or existing scheme of work. They can also be laminated and used as mobiles hanging from the ceiling or used as part of an informative display as shown on the front cover.

By Pilgrim17

Stuarts Key Word History Display

Stuarts Key Word History Display

This key word literacy display has been designed to be used on classroom walls (or on display boards outside) when introducing a new History topic to the students. The slides cover the following words and their definitions: Cavalier. Commonwealth, confess, controversial, civil war, defence, ducking stool, Divine Right, evidence, interregnum, Matthew Hopkins, negotiate, New Model Army, Oliver Cromwell, Puritan, Republic, resonant, Restoration, Roundhead, Rump Parliament, scaffold, scold, ship money, Stuarts, treason, trial, tyrant, witch.

By Pilgrim17