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Who should be King 1066?

Who should be King 1066?

Lesson to pair with who should be king homework. Who should be king homework - pupils have one each (3 claimants covered, Hardrada, Godwinson and William the Conqueror) Each profile includes: Why the individual wants to be king, problems with their plans, who they are and extension activity (an interesting fact about the individual). Support and differentiation: on the back of the worksheet it tells pupils who they are, their claim (strengths and weaknesses) and there are some websites for each individual at the bottom of the page. Pupils then use their research collaboratively to compare each other claimants and write a persuasive speech as to whom they think is the best choice.

By ellie_ryl

Student Booklet British Experience of Warfare (Britain and the French Wars, 1793-1815)

Student Booklet British Experience of Warfare (Britain and the French Wars, 1793-1815)

British Experience of Warfare (Paper 3) - Theme 3.3 Britain and the French Wars, 1793-1815 This booklet covers all the content of the topic shown above. It contains a number of different activities for students to complete. It perfectly suits the book 'The British experience of warfare, c1790-1918' by Rick Rogers and Brian Williams. However it will suit other books such as the Alan Farmer books (page numbers will vary). Glossary is also included.

By njani

British Experience of Warfare Lesson 1-3 Edexcel (Paper 3)

British Experience of Warfare Lesson 1-3 Edexcel (Paper 3)

British Experience of Warfare - Lesson 1-3 - Edexcel (Paper 3) This focuses on three introductory points: - Anglo-French relations - Wellington and his personality - Peninsular War (Defence) **This lesson doesn't contain an activity due to the nature of the lessons we had at school. However if you have bought the booklets it will match!**

By njani

British Experience of Warfare (Paper 3) Edexcel Student SoW and Course Calendar

British Experience of Warfare (Paper 3) Edexcel Student SoW and Course Calendar

**This is for British Experience of Warfare (Paper 3) Edexcel Student SoW and Course Calendar** This item comes in two. One is a SoW highlighting the important topics that students will take. The course calendar (2017-2018) will show what students will be learning each lesson (you will need to adjust depending on the hours you teach). All of them are colour coded - even to the resource booklets which will be published later this month. (look out for them!) Please rate :)

By njani

Vietnam War Causes: USA Involvement.

Vietnam War Causes: USA Involvement.

Included in this pack is a series of lessons linked with studying the US involvement in the Vietnam War charting the end of French rule to the fall of Diem. All lesson outcomes are linked with key historical skills. All tasks and activities have been designed around developing pupil knowledge and understanding of the movement to then apply this to exam technique / exam style questions. All videos are embedded (links provided) I have included peer sheets / Success criteria's / Hoemwork - to further pupils understanding. A fantastic opportunity to develop your own Scheme of work on this topic. Save over 30% On these lessons combined.

By morlem

The Vietnam War: The Fall of Diem.

The Vietnam War: The Fall of Diem.

The purpose of this lesson is to encourage pupils to further consider why Diem was so unpopular though studying the 'Strategic Hamlet Program' and his persecution of Buddhists. Pupils will do this though a combination of tasks (provided within the presentation) charting the involvement of Kennedy to the assassination of Diem. Some key pupils will have a 'secret' mission to recruit other members of the class to join the NFL - all explained within presentation. This knowledge can then be consolidated with an exam style question from Edexcel Paper3, section2, question 3D. (Pupil friendly mark scheme provided) All videos are embedded (links provided) Further advice can be found in the description of the presentation. I have also included a HW charting the progress of US involvement.

By morlem