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European Imperialism in China PPT

European Imperialism in China PPT

Excellent 16 slide PPT looks at the impact of European Imperialism in China. Fantastic overview of the topic with great maps, graphics and detailed notes. Also an excellent introduction to Modern China.

By Polaphuca

European Imperialism in Africa PPT

European Imperialism in Africa PPT

Excellent 13 slide PPT on European Imperialism in Africa. Lots of well chosen maps, graphics and detailed points provide a complete overview of the topic. A very memorable presentation and an excellent introduction to the subject.

By Polaphuca

The 1848 Revolutions in Europe PPT

The 1848 Revolutions in Europe PPT

Outstanding 58 slide PPT on the 1848 Revolutions in Europe. Plenty of maps, graphics and detailed points cover the topic in an engaging and memorable way. An excellent in depth coverage of the topic.

By Polaphuca

British Imperialism in India PPT

British Imperialism in India PPT

Excellent 14 slide PPT on British Imperialism in India. Plenty of detailed maps, graphics and points convey the information in a stimulating way. An excellent introduction to the topic.

By Polaphuca

Gaining and Losing an Empire - Supporting worksheet for Chp 43 of Ben Wilson's 'Empire of The Deep'

Gaining and Losing an Empire - Supporting worksheet for Chp 43 of Ben Wilson's 'Empire of The Deep'

Supporting worksheet for Chapter 43 of Ben Wilson's 'Empire of The Deep' to support the Edexcel A Level: gaining and losing an empire 1763-1914. Wilson's book provides an overview of the changing role of the Royal Navy support the breadth element of the course: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0753829207/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=ll1&tag=historynetwor-21&linkId=c121e8716f223c2e7557ca9b409de87a The sheets are designed to be printed on A3 but can be amended and saved as PDF's for A4 printing if desired

By awithey

End of slave trade and slavery in GB

End of slave trade and slavery in GB

A powerpoint designed to allow students to look for reasons that the slave trade, and slavery, ended. The powerpoint is differentiated for higher and lower abilities, and the higher ppt has a task to explain why some people liked slavery. Part of the powerpoint is about Wilberforce and Equiano, students have to match their achievements - these are listed. A worksheet differentiated for the higher-, medium- and lower-ability students, containing reasons for the abolition of the slave trade, and slavery itself. Could be used as a card sort or a colour-coded worksheet. Students can decide which factors help to end the slave trade, slavery itself, or both. Students can sort for political, economic social and cultural reasons. Students are invited to make decisions on the most important 3 reasons at the end of the sorting. This can lead to lively debate.

By lawriepeet

British Empire - Gandhi and Independence

British Empire - Gandhi and Independence

A KS3 lesson in which students evaluate the methods used by Gandhi to protest against British rule. Students will reach a judgement about the most important reason why British rule was ended in India.

By CABear

British Empire - Sepoy Rebellion

British Empire - Sepoy Rebellion

A KS3 lesson in which students will consider the causes, events and consequences of the Sepoy rebellion. Students will categorise the causes in to long and short term causes and the trigger.

By CABear