Whole-school industrial revolution resources

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American West Key Terms Revision Cube

American West Key Terms Revision Cube

Each page contains a cube to be cut out and glued together so that a student may roll the cube and give information relevant to the side it lands up on. These cubes will help with revision and can be used in a simple game with a cube for each person or table. They can roll their own or respond to another person’s cube. They are based on the Edexcel Unit framework but the key terms, events and people noted on the cubes can be used for another exam board. The blank versions are attached so that you and your students can create more of your own for this topic or others

By teacherstevenson

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

Industrial Revolution - Railways

Industrial Revolution - Railways

A KS3 lesson in which students examine in the impact of the introduction of railways. Students will categorise consequences into social, economic and political impacts.

By CABear

Industrial Revolution: Victorian towns

Industrial Revolution: Victorian towns

A KS3 lesson in which students investigate why the death rate was so high in Victorian towns. Students will consider who is to blame by categorising factors which contributed to the death rate, and reaching a judgment about what could be done to solve the issue.

By CABear

Gaining & Losing an Empire - Leviathan: D.Scott - Worksheet to support Chp 7 - Eastern Promise

Gaining & Losing an Empire - Leviathan: D.Scott - Worksheet to support Chp 7 - Eastern Promise

Gaining & Losing an Empire - Leviathan - The Rise of Britain as a World Power: D.Scott - Worksheet to support Chp 7 - The Greatness of Empire - Eastern Promise This chapter explores the attraction of India to the early British traders of the EIC: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0007247540/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=ll1&tag=historynetwor-21&linkId=ed474b84ecff39ed1ac5d9e055f255e4

By awithey

Famous Victorian Men-Charles Dickens

Famous Victorian Men-Charles Dickens

A 15 page PDF file to be used by KS2. Charles Dickens' life story is written in child friendly vocabulary. There are worksheets included which cover comprehension, spag, sequencing events, internet research, life in Victorian times, vocabulary and composing questions. This will be useful if the children are studying a novel by Dickens or are looking at life in Victorian times.

By teachercellar