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King's Campaign in the North (Chicago) Edexcel GCSE.

King's Campaign in the North (Chicago) Edexcel GCSE.

Lesson begins with students recalling why the riots of 1965-68 began. This can then lead into the introduction of this lesson which focuses upon King's campaign in Chicago. Pupils will watch the first 5 minutes of an 'Eyes on the Prize' Documentary to set the scene, there are questions included to support, these can be printed off or one question delegated to each table to answer. Teacher then consolidates initial learning through using a GIF map to discuss the housing and black ghetto problems Chicago was experiencing. this leads into a 4 mark inference question to assess progress. the main tasks is cantered around pupils assessing the successes and failures of the 'Chicago Campaign'. Teacher will copy PP 72-73 of Pearson 'Conflict at Home and Abroad' textbook - pupils work in pairs to highlight success and failures in different colours, before planning an 16 mark statement question answer between them. This can then be completed professionally as homework. the lesson ends with video clip and a reflection of MLK and his assassination. Pupils can have the opportunity to write an obituary for MLK's life as a plenary. Peep sheet and a structure strip are included to help support pupils in planning their 16 mark question and chunking information about the Chicago Campaign.
morlem
AS Tudors Workplan Subjects (AQA 1C)

AS Tudors Workplan Subjects (AQA 1C)

A structured set of questions that enable students to cover the topics required for the AQA A-Level Tudors 1C. Questions could be used in lessons or given to students as a directed task. Perfect as a plenary or preparation for a topic. Can be used as part of a 'workplan' given to students over the whole of the topic. Note: This is designed to work with the textbook The Tudors: England 1485-1603 by Ferriby, Anderson and Imperato, though could easily be used for other books.
OMaddox
Medicine Through Time Revision Pack

Medicine Through Time Revision Pack

In depth notes on the medieval section of Medicine Through Time: Context Christian Church Monasteries Islam Public Health Causes and Treatments Doctors Surgery Hospitals Healers
SarahStubington
Elizabethan Education.

Elizabethan Education.

Lesson begins with pupils relecting upon what they need to revieve the perfect eduxcation. Pupils will engage in a Mix-Pair-Share activity to teach eachother bout the changing views to Educatiion in Elizabethan Society (older attitudes V humanist views). Pupils will then compare a gammar school time table from the Elizabethan era with their own school time table. Pupils are cnouraged to spot the diofrferences / similarfites. the main tack is centered around pupils conducting an 'elizabethan OFSTED Schools inspection based around the following schools, who had access to them interms of sex / social siatus/ age. 1. Grammar Schools 2. Home Schooling 3. Petty Schools 4. Schools for girls 5. Universities Pupils then watch a clip (link in description to identify punishments. Plenary: Pupils pull out of a hat /bag cards with pupil details on them. They then use these to inform where they stand in the appropriate area of the class room which links in with what school that type of pupils would have attended. Further instructions are included in the description of the power point.
morlem
Medicine Through Time: Renaissance - Thomas Sydenham and The Royal Society. (Edexcel GCSE)

Medicine Through Time: Renaissance - Thomas Sydenham and The Royal Society. (Edexcel GCSE)

Pupils define 'Humanism' as a hook. Pupils then study Sydenham - extracting important information about him, befroe judging his importance and discoveries to the progression of Medicine. (AO2) Introduce the printing press and pupils judge the significance of this during the Renaissance period and the impact it had. Pupils then compete in teams to identify infomration about the Royal society before explaining its Significance. Edxecel Pearson Medicine Through Time Text Books will be required for this lesson. pp-44-46
morlem
History Display - World Independence Timeline

History Display - World Independence Timeline

This is a timeline of when different countries from across the world became recognised independent nations. Following much debate in our department, dates have been agreed upon and include 95 countries! Can be used for general information, or as a timeline display. We use it as a corridor display, due to the high number of students in our school with international backgrounds, it gathers a lot of interest and discussion.
jl26g10
Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, L2: Tudors, Stuarts, Gunpowder Plot

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, L2: Tudors, Stuarts, Gunpowder Plot

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 2: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern England, 1500-1700 - Lesson 2 - Tudors, Stuarts and the Gunpowder Plot (Case Study) This is the second of five lessons in this topic, including... - 'Do Now' Starter and guess the lesson - Analysis of the major changes to and importance of religion across the Tudor and into the Stuart period. - Examination of heresy and its significance in the period - In depth study of the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 and why the punishments given were so harsh. The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities, hyperlinked videos and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory
Halloween Medieval History Quiz

Halloween Medieval History Quiz

A fun 40 question Halloween themed quiz for the study of Medieval History. Broken into four sections that include: -The Normans -The Normans and Becket -King John, Magna Carta and Black Death -Peasants Revolt & Church Answer sheet also included. Leave a review and choose any resource for FREE! Visit my SHOP for many more great resources
humanitiesbox
Source Analysis: The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948?

Source Analysis: The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948?

Source Analysis: The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948? - Fully differentiated starter task for higher, middle and lower ability - Planned questioning to target students at higher, middle and lower ability, full of SMSC opportunities. - Whole class reading providing context on the why there was immigration at this time - Fully differentiated question sheet and source activity sheet for higher, middle and lower ability - Interactive plenary This is a thoroughly planned and resourced lesson and would be perfect for any formal observation.
MrTHistory