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WWI Conscription and Conscientious Objectors

WWI Conscription and Conscientious Objectors

Full lesson on WWI Conscription and Conscientious Objectors with objective / outcomes, information slides, video links, activities (including GCSE style Q) and printable slides. Stand alone lesson which can be used over 1-3 lessons and forms part of a full SOW on WWI.
ballyduffboy
OCR SHP 1-9: Nazi Germany Revision Guide 1939-45 - Impact of War

OCR SHP 1-9: Nazi Germany Revision Guide 1939-45 - Impact of War

This revision guide contains thorough revision notes as well as exam style questions, both source and non-sources. It is tailored for the OCR SHP 1-9 Nazi Germany course but could be used with other relevant courses too. Proving very popular with pupils. It has sections on the war economy and the impact of Speer, the impact of the war on civilians, the move towards Total War and the impact Nazi occupation had on various countries.
kneller
GCSE History B - British depth study (1939-75) - Women, Immigration & Youth

GCSE History B - British depth study (1939-75) - Women, Immigration & Youth

A set of comprehensive revision notes for the GCSE History Britain depth study, covering the overarching topics Women, Immigration & Youth. Immigration: > Caribbean immigration. Reasons for going/leaving. Experiences. Employment. Attitudes. > Asian immigration. Statistics. Negative responses. Indians. Kenyans. Ugandans. > Enoch Powell speech. > Acts passed in parliament > Contributions of immigrants to society > Were they welcomed? Youth: > Teenagers as a separate group > Moral panic > Music > Fashion > Education & protests > The revolutionary sixties Women: > Did the war change attitude? > Changes in domestic life and employment > Individual stories and activists > Acts passed > Women's liberation movement > Equality gained from political, domestic and economic perspectives. Fully substantiated with facts, statistics, dates and key terminology. Recommended for GCSE history students.
Louisa_Snape
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?
evakolos650
First Australians Episode 2: Her Will to Survive

First Australians Episode 2: Her Will to Survive

This episode of First Australians focuses on understanding the British Colony of Van Diemen's Land/Tasmania through the eyes of Truganninni, a woman of the Oyster Bay Nation and George Augustus Robinson, Chief Protector of the Aborigines. The video looks at the Black War, the Black Line and bounties placed on the heads of Aboriginal peoples, various missions/settlements, the impact of European disease and harsh treatment by European settlers. This film is a great example of Contact History in all its forms. The resource includes a worksheet and answers.
WayneWoods
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.
MrTHistory
Beersheba - The Last Charge

Beersheba - The Last Charge

The Last Charge was a special feature on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation programme, Landline, in October, 2017. It was made to commemorate 100 years since the Australian cavalry charge at Beersheba (Be'er Sheva) in Ottoman Palestine in 1917. Forget your dry documentaries about past events presented by even drier historians. This documentary takes an agricultural approach, looking at a Hunter Valley Waler-breeding enterprise whose owners enlisted in the Australian Cavalry in 1917, taking horses from their property to Egypt and Palestine during World War I. The men participated in the cavalry charge on Beersheba in October, 1917 and recorded their experiences in 800 photographs that had not been publicly shared until recently. A great short video! This resource is a set of questions based on the video and answers.
WayneWoods
1900-Present modern Crime and Punishment (paper 1): Edexcel 9-1 GCSE History lesson resources

1900-Present modern Crime and Punishment (paper 1): Edexcel 9-1 GCSE History lesson resources

5 lessons fully addressing the content and exam skills of the 20th Century section of the Crime and Punishment paper 1 exam. All lessons have differentiated learning objectives linked to the 9-1 grades. Also included is a bluffers guide on how to structure exam questions and a personalised learning checklist for the entire crime and punishment unit for students to self assess their progress against the specification's content. The lessons use the pearson textbook but could be easily adapted for use with other resources. The PowerPoints are widescreen so do not show correctly on the previews, but once downloaded will show correctly on any computer/screen.
History_jo