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Key Stage three History Assessment: Why did Parliament win the Civil War?

Key Stage three History Assessment: Why did Parliament win the Civil War?

For teachers delivering Key Stage three history. This is an assessment for the question 'Why did Parliament win the Civil War?' It uses a question stem from the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 course to help prepare students. It also includes a help sheet for the students including structure and key words as well as a mark sheet for the teacher. This is in line with the old National Curriculum levels, but it is easily adaptable for individual needs for life after levels!
miriamtaylor
Christmas through the ages!

Christmas through the ages!

Time travel Britain! Students learn about Christmas during two different eras; the medieval period and Christmas during the rule of Oliver Cromwell. These two booklets include a range of activities (that need minimal teacher intervention) such as a time travel activity, source analysis, writing up a report about Christmas in the period of study (a differentiated version included with sentence stems and a version without literacy support is included), a stamp making activity, a word search and a quick recap at the end where students change their time travels views based on what they now know. Each book will take the students a 60 minute lesson to work through (so enough material for two lessons here). Enjoy a stress free end of term lesson :-). If you are new to TES you can open an account and get this resource for free with the code NOVEMBERNEWBIE (simply enter the code at checkout). Use code WOWVEMBER to get this resource for free for existing buyers
planmylesson
GCSE 9-1 History Crime & Punishment Revision and Quiz Book

GCSE 9-1 History Crime & Punishment Revision and Quiz Book

A 15 page Crime Punishment revision and quiz booklet. Perfect for that end of term lesson(s), for revision sessions, homework tasks, plenary or starters or can simply be used as a fun Christmas lesson for a topic quiz. The booklet includes 5 quick fire questions for each of the five units c1000-c1500,c1500-c1700, c1700-c1900, c1900-present & Whitechapel. In addition there is a famous individual round, matching crimes and laws to the correct era, an event and change quiz, anagrams and significant events in the story of crime and punishment. This product can be purchased in the 1700-present Bundlehttps://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-history-gcse-91-crime-and-punishment-c1700-present-11501920. Or if you are new to TES set up an account and get this resource for free with the code NOVEMBERNEWBIE. A teacher answer booklet is included too
planmylesson
KS3 Assessment Bundle

KS3 Assessment Bundle

A selection of exams for the whole of KS3. Can be intertwined into existing or newly designed SoW's. These are designed with the new GCSE style, specifically the AQA exam board.
OMaddox
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
KS3 History SOW - Elizabethan England

KS3 History SOW - Elizabethan England

I created this scheme of work in order to help students understand a topic they will study at GCSE. Included in the resource pack: 1) Series of 14 lessons (many with differentiated resources). 2) H/W tasks. 3) Assessment task
jbenstead1
Y8 Tudor & Stuart Assessment (New AQA Style)

Y8 Tudor & Stuart Assessment (New AQA Style)

An full end of term assessment for year 7. It uses the New AQA GCSE style questions, perfect for embedding exam skills at KS3 level. It contains a full mark scheme for easy use. Questions could be chunked or adapted for different levels. It is designed to be completed in a full hour lesson. Contains these styles of questions: - Definitions - Source - Account - Significance - Interpretations
OMaddox
English Civil War ASSESSMENT: Was Oliver Cromwell a  Hero or Villain?

English Civil War ASSESSMENT: Was Oliver Cromwell a Hero or Villain?

ASSESSMENT: Was Oliver Cromwell a Hero or Villain? WALT: To successfully complete the Cromwell Assessment. MUST: Complete the Assessment by explaining if Cromwell was a Hero or a Villain. SHOULD: Complete the Assessment by identifying information which support the interpretation that Cromwell was a Hero or a Villain. COULD: Complete the Assessment by giving reasons which are explained for both why Cromwell was either a Hero or a Villain, including your own judgement
W17
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 Charles I Execution Newspaper Challenge

English Civil War Charles I Execution Newspaper Challenge

Charles I - Newspaper Challenge WALT: To create an exciting and informative newspaper article about Charles I trial and execution. MUST: Write a Newspaper article which outlines Charles Trial. SHOULD: Include in the Newspaper article identified and explained reasons if Charles deserved to die. COULD: Make a clear judgement if Charles I deserved to die, including explained reasons and suggest what might happen to England next.
W17