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KWL chart on the Gunpowder Plot

KWL chart on the Gunpowder Plot

To recap prior knowledge, then think of discussion points and finally a plenary on what they have learned from the lesson. Can be used as a tool to consolidate during the lesson.
phelps
Gunpowder Plot Jeopardy Game

Gunpowder Plot Jeopardy Game

This game helps to recap the main people/events of the Gunpowder Plot. It makes the pupils think of questions to certain answers, which is a much harder skill than normal quizzes. Helps with key knowledge and understanding.
phelps
"A History Of..." - Reading Comprehension Worksheets

"A History Of..." - Reading Comprehension Worksheets

This bundle includes four different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore different concepts through time / history... After carefully reading each story / text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGSCE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes.
MariaPht
Street Child - Victorian Child Character Description Week Planning

Street Child - Victorian Child Character Description Week Planning

This smartboard has a week's worth of lessons to support the writing a character description for the landlord in Street Child. The smartboard focuses on developing the children's use of: -descriptive figurative language ( group work) -identify the key features of the character in terms of appearance and personality ( group work) -writing a character description Ideal for Year 5 and 6
sparkle1978
Street Child Character Description

Street Child Character Description

This smartboard is a lesson based on Street Child. The smartboard has the basics of a lesson to describe the landlord in the book using chapter 2 as a basis. The lesson focuses on using powerful vocabulary and describe a character and using the text to find out about the character from action and speech to write their description.
sparkle1978
GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Problems: Marriage and Succession, Religion and War (all exam boards)

GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Problems: Marriage and Succession, Religion and War (all exam boards)

This is an almost self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. Unlike the other lessons in this sequence a textbook is required for students to research the problems of marriage, succession, war and religion. This powerpoint should last for two lessons - one for preparation for the debate and the second lesson devoted to the debate and checking if objectives have been met. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint and/or accompanying worksheets. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with! The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too. Click to view my shop. If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
miss bez
Henry VIII

Henry VIII

A series of lessons focusing on Henry VIII life, his 6 wives and also the breaking away from the Catholic church. This series of lessons also includes an assessment on Why Henry created the CofE? extra lesson on Tudor life
leighbee23
LIFE IN TUDOR ENGLAND

LIFE IN TUDOR ENGLAND

Differentiated tasks linked to life in Tudor England, looking at fashion, education, politics and religion. Can be used for group work or silent independent learning. Used for an outstanding observation lesson. Includes lesson objectives, resources, homework task and PPT.
RachelRMA
CONSEQUENCES OF THE BREAK FROM ROME

CONSEQUENCES OF THE BREAK FROM ROME

Whole lesson looking at the aftermath/impact of the Break from Rome. Inclusive of lesson objectives, success criteria, starter linking activity, evaluation task, plenary tweet activity and all resources. Can be differentiated up or down with ease
RachelRMA
Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Crime and punishment through time, c1500 - c1700 revision pack

Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Crime and punishment through time, c1500 - c1700 revision pack

This product includes two complete lessons for the period 1500-1700, both lessons examine a 12 mark exam style question. The lessons allow students to work through a range of activities to develop their knowledge of the topic and form an opinion before completing the exam questions. The pack also includes a study guide for the unit c1000-c1500 (complete with exam skills) a quick fire test and answers and a self assessment matrix. Perfect for revision and exam preparation and developing the skill elements of the course. These lessons come from our Crime and Punishment Unit 2 Bundle, which can be found via the TES Planmylesson shop.
planmylesson