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KS3 History The Industrial Revolution c.1750-c.1900 Source Inference Lesson 2

KS3 History The Industrial Revolution c.1750-c.1900 Source Inference Lesson 2

The second lesson in a series I am creating to investigate the Industrial Revolution. All resources for the teaching of this lesson are included in the PP including a varied selection of sources which can be printed off and used for the investigation. Students begin with a short crossword which recaps the key terms about the period. 16 different sources are given in the PP so they can be used in a variety of ways in your classroom. The skill tested is inference which will be needed for assessment at GCSE, this will be a useful practice for students lower down the school. Students then select upto 6 of the sources to complete a table with what they can see and then what they have inferred from the source about the Industrial Revolution. There are two GCSE inference questions at the end to give students as a challenge if needed. Plenary also included. This lesson will be available on its own and a bundle once the unit has been completed.
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Why couldn't the police catch Jack the Ripper in 1888? Cryptogram Puzzle

Why couldn't the police catch Jack the Ripper in 1888? Cryptogram Puzzle

Can your students beat the puzzle code and find out why the police could not catch Jack the Ripper? It is an interesting topic and works well as a bell ringer or introduction to the topic. It also works well simply as a brain teaser for any topic. Students have to work out the letter/number code and fill in the paragraph accordingly. Five letters have been given already to help start them off. I introduce an element of competition to keep my classes focused. Not only do they have to fill in the paragraph they must pick out at least 3 key facts or inventions and be the first to tell me as the teacher. Keeps the students heads down and learning something! YOU MAY ALSO LIKE MY PUZZLE GROWING BUNDLE IN MY STORE. Thanks for looking! TERMS OF USE: This download (free or purchased) is for your own personal use in your classroom or your home. Please do not share my resources with others unless given explicit consent by me. Please direct them to my store instead. You may not share this download. You may not alter any item in this download, resell and claim as your own work. Similarly, you may not sell or share these resources with anyone and you may not use the contents of this download to create anything for commercial purposes or other commercial products. If you are an education board or school and would like to use my resources district wide, please contact me about licensing. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ms-Hughes-4067 ©Amy Hughes (MsHughesTeaches) All rights reserved. © A. Hughes (MsHughesTeaches) 2018
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Edexcel Crime and Punishment Unit 1: Anglo Saxons-Later Middle Ages

Edexcel Crime and Punishment Unit 1: Anglo Saxons-Later Middle Ages

A series of 5 lessons on Edexcel Crime and Punishment. Lessons are for unit 1 and cover: Overview of the whole exam Anglo Saxons Normans Later Middle Ages How to answer a 16 mark question All lessons build up (with scaffolding, example and planning worksheets included) to students completing a 16 mark question. All lessons discuss crime, punishment, law enforcement and focus on change and continuity. All lessons use Edexcel Pearson textbook as not included supporting resource.
grace-fagan
The Men Who Built America - Ep 1 & 2 Movie Guide | Worksheet (TV - 2012)

The Men Who Built America - Ep 1 & 2 Movie Guide | Worksheet (TV - 2012)

The Men Who Built America - Ep 1 & 2 Movie Guide | Worksheet (TV - 2012) is a great resource if you are going to show this video in class. Challenge your students to analyze and evaluate the decisions that Rockefeller and Vanderbilt made in their rise to the top. Encourage students to think about competition and how it affects business. This resource consists of 11 high-level, short answer and essay questions that will do more than just ask your students to regurgitate information. Please see the preview file for sample questions from this resource. Note: This movie guide is intended for: Episode 1 - A New War Begins (watch it on Amazon) Episode 2 - Oil Strike (watch it on Amazon) This can be used for the first episode of the TV version as well, which combined the first two episodes into one. If you are using this version of the video, use the second time stamp for questions 5 - 10. This product .zip file includes: A student movie guide, PDF print version (4 pages) A student movie guide, PDF digital fillable form version (4 pages) *An answer key is included with this movie guide, however many answers will vary as students are encouraged to construct their own meaning from the characters’ dialogue and behavior. See the preview for samples. Is this movie guide worth it? Download two of my movie guides for free below: The Lightning Thief Kung Fu Panda 3 For more product images, sample questions and teacher reviews and ratings, please visit my TPT site at TeacherTravis : ) Your support, feedback, and follows are appreciated: Follow me on Pinterest | teachertrav Like my Facebook page | K12MovieGuides Visit my website | K12MovieGuides Follow me on Instagram | TeacherTravis Follow me on Twitter | K12MovieGuides
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KS3 History The Industrial Revolution in Britain Overview Lesson 1

KS3 History The Industrial Revolution in Britain Overview Lesson 1

This is the first lesson in a series which covers features of the Industrial Revolution c1750-c.1900. In this lesson, the students use one source, George Cruishank’s ‘British Beehive’ in order to identify features of British society at the time. Students begin with questioning what they believe the ‘Industrial Revolution’ was. They are then given a copy of the illustration to discuss and analyse. After looking at this, they are prompted to complete a choice of activities such as producing their own ‘British Beehive’ or answering a set of increasingly hard questions about the source. A high resolution copy of the source has been included in two different formats and worksheets for the students to produce their own beehive have also been included. You should not need anything else (unless you want) to teach this lesson. Throughout this unit, there will be opportunities for students to practice important GCSE skills needed for all exam boards. I WILL BE PUTTING THIS LESSON AND THE OTHERS INTO A FULL UNIT BUNDLE WHEN I HAVE COMPLETED THEM.
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Daily Reading and Writing Warm-Ups CCSS-Aligned for 3rd through 5th Grade

Daily Reading and Writing Warm-Ups CCSS-Aligned for 3rd through 5th Grade

These, cross-curricular, Daily Reading and Writing Warm-Ups are aligned to the Common Core State Standards and help to foster the 21st Century higher order thinking skills necessary in today’s world. Not your ordinary multiple-choice bell-ringers, but learning tasks designed to engage students and get them thinking. Twenty in all, these Daily Reading and Writing Warm-Ups are themed for an entire school year and are written at reading levels from 3rd through 5th grades. Perfect as Early Finishers, Bell Ringers, Warm-Ups and more. Check out my blogs: http://www.luckyjenny.com Follow me on Pinterest (and join my group boards): https://www.pinterest.com/epinotti/ email: eac913@yahoo.com
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War of 1812

War of 1812

A Powerpoint presentation with 64 slides and animations on most, Q/A. Intended for teachers in the classrooom, Parents of home-schoolers, and anyone obsessed with history and/or military history. the presentation forwards slides at a 2-5 second rate but the teacher should use the PAUSE BUTTON to hold a slide for discussion or for lecture, or amplification. There are more pictures/animations than sentences. It should be an entertaining presentation without pages of reading.
hoosier11
Edexcel: 2c.2: Russia: Repression and Reform

Edexcel: 2c.2: Russia: Repression and Reform

Any reference to a textbook is to the course textbook: Revolutions in early modern and modern europe. This should take approximately 2 hours to teach. Pupils start with a a recap crossword about the first sub unit and a half of the Edexcel Russia topic (answers are included). Pupils are then introduced to Stolypin by video, and create a timeline using this and the textbook, analysing impact as they go (answers on the powerpoint). Pupils then have a discussion plenary. The second lesson focusses on Stolypins agricultural landholdings, emigration to Siberia and the Lena Goldfields massacre, with a variety of activities including: a video, a post it task, textbook questions and comic strips. This is then concluded with an interactive freeze frame activity.
sambennett
Edexcel: 2c.2: Russia: Change and continuity in the Russian government: end of the Romanovs

Edexcel: 2c.2: Russia: Change and continuity in the Russian government: end of the Romanovs

In the lesson, the textbook pages refer to the course textbook: Revolutions in early modern and modern europe. This should take approximately 2 lessons. Starter is a recap, following by a textbook task looking at interpretation events. Pupils then watch a video about the Duma before creating a timeline and then summarising how radical the first two Duma’s were. Pupils then develop this further, by deciphering pictograms about Nicholas II’s relations with the Duma’s (answers are on the powerpoints). Pupils then use this knowledge to construct a series of tweets to summarise their understanding, before taking part in an acting activity. Pupils then use the handout to work out how much this affects the autocratic state of the Russian government, before discussing how to summarise all of this information in a structured essay.
sambennett
Edexcel: 2c.2: Russia: Nicholas II's response to the 1905 Revolution

Edexcel: 2c.2: Russia: Nicholas II's response to the 1905 Revolution

This lesson is aimed at the new specification Edexcel A Level, but can be adapted for other courses studying Russia between 1894-1924 Any references to a textbook will be from the Course textbook Revolutions in early modern and modern europe, or from the Access to History book mentioned in the powerpoint notes. This powerpoint and tasks will last approximately 3 hours depending on the size and speed of your class. Starter is a recap of the different issues in the 1905 Revolution, led by the pupils. There is then some source analysis before a summary task covering the 1905 Revolution, and a crossword to assess pupils understanding of the Revolution. Pupils then look at information about each of the three responses: August and October Manifesto and the Moscow Uprising, using creative writing and perspectives. A class discussion is then held considering what if history, with examples given to stimulate discussion and consolidation of understanding, before pupils complete an extent line on the effect that Nicholas’s actions have on Tsarist power, and a round robin plenary.
sambennett
Class Play based on the Victorians

Class Play based on the Victorians

I wrote this to end our Victorian Topic. It takes about 15 minutes to perform and the parts can easily be reduced/combined or expanded/split to fit any class - currently 27. We performed in front of parents and the rest of the school. The play touches on farming, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Florance Nightingale and Doctor Barnardo as well as the poverty of the era. The 3 compères sat together at the side of the stage. The rest of the children all sat on stage on PE benches, and simply stood up to say their bit. Some of the parts needed children to act together. We only sang the first verse and chorus of Food Glorious Food. Two children started it off as solos. I used YouTube for the words and music, but it sounded better unaccompanied on the day, sounded great! All the children were in simple costumes. You may want to make reference to something to show the scale of the Crystal Palace, as our pub and church won’t be known to your audience! Our exhibition was work from and artifacts we made as a class.
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