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Evacuation to Shropshire in WWII

Evacuation to Shropshire in WWII

This lesson treats the well-known story of evacuation from the perspectives of: - how people in the country perceived evacuees - how evacuees perceived the country The children from the city experienced a totally new way of life in the country. For the people in the country, too, having so many outsiders coming into their area was a major event. These sources will show what each side thought of the evacuation.
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The Investigation of Historical Sites and Sources: New England

The Investigation of Historical Sites and Sources: New England

Unit of work on The Investigation of Historical Sites and Sources: New England. Designed for students of the NSW Modern History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Preliminary Course Investigating Modern History – The Nature of Modern History Topic 1. The Investigation of Historic Sites and Sources This unit includes: + What were the responses to the Myall Creek Massacre? Source-based inquiry task + Australia on Trial: The Myall Creek Massacre. Worksheet for video + The Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Site Powerpoint presentation and activities
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The Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Site

The Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Site

Powerpoint on the Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Site. Part of unit of work on The Investigation of Historical Sites and Sources: New England. Designed for students of the NSW Modern History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Preliminary Course Investigating Modern History – The Nature of Modern History Topic 1. The Investigation of Historic Sites and Sources This Powerpoint looks at the Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Site and provides students with activities: You have been employed by Gwydir Shire Council to: 1. Consult on community needs regarding the current Myall Creek Memorial site. Who would you speak to? Why? 2. Enhance the memorial. What would you do to improve the memorial? 3. Produce educational materials based on the importance of the site. What would these be?
WayneWoods
Sino-Soviet Relations, 1949-1976

Sino-Soviet Relations, 1949-1976

The Korean War, 1950-53 The Taiwan Straits Crisis of 1954-55 and 1958 Why did a Sino-Soviet split occur after 1953? The Great Leap Forward Public Dispute, 1963 and Moscow meeting, 1964 Cultural Revolution The Ussuri River Dispute, 1969 The Impact of the Sino-Soviet split on the Cold War Why did a rapprochement take place between China and the USA after 1969? What did Sino-American relations achieve between 1970 and 1976? What were the implications of the Sino-US rapprochement for US-Soviet relations?
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Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Historic Environment: Whitechapel, Lesson 1 - Introduction

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Historic Environment: Whitechapel, Lesson 1 - Introduction

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, The Historic Environment - Whitechapel, 1870-1900: Crime, Policing and the Inner City. Lesson 1 - Introduction. This is a skills based introductory lesson, aiming to get students thinking in a way that is necessary for performing well in this section of the exam. This is done through an investigation and examination of crimes that took place in the period. The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson. I have also included and introductory lesson to the Historic Environment section of the course. This shows students how they will be assessed in this section of the paper and what skills they will need to demonstrate.
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