Essay plans and revision lessons for unit 1, as well as A/A* student responses for all 4 units of the course
Essay plans for all aspects of the depth course - Warbeck/ Simnel, Pilgrimage of Grace, Kett’s rebellion, Northern rebellion and Tyrone’s rebellion. TWO FILES (ONE IN MICROSOFT WORD AND ONE IN PAGES) - sorry for any previous inconvenience regarding the file being difficult to open in Pages.
“Religious experiences are not a convincing argument for God”. 35 marks Full mark A* A2 response
Essay plans for both the depth and breadth studies. Saving of £1 when bought as a bundle.
Focus on key elections within the A level course. Powerpoint contains handy mnemonics to remember why each party won/ lost the elections. The card sort is great for a starter/ plenary.
Grids with case studies for both advantages and disadvantage of each area: age ethnicity class gender Uses key textbook examples, and up-to-date statistics Plus, an exemplar A* response to age inequality 20 marker - ‘Outline the evidence that some age groups experience inequality in the contemporary UK’
Lesson and activity focusing on economic challenges and attempts to resolve them 1951 -1979. The lesson includes fun ways to remember the content, and this is reinforced by the card sort activity. Also includes a revision powerpoint covering the whole unit.
Lesson looking over the essay question - ‘How accurate is it to say that the years 1945 -1980 were a period of political consensus?’
Essay plans and an A/ A* student essay covering both aspects of the breadth course - central and local government. TWO FILES (ONE IN MICROSOFT WORD AND ONE IN PAGES) - sorry for any previous inconvenience regarding the file being difficult to open in Pages.
A* AS essay response, 25 marker and 10 marker a) Explain the Analogy of the Cave in Plato’s Republic. [25 marks] b) Assess the strengths and weaknesses of Plato’s ‘Theory of the Forms.’ [10 marks] Alternative interpretation that can be discussed. Good lesson starter to explore whether this interpretation is valid. Interpretation written by the group whose version of the cave is photographed. Photos link to response. Photos of class activity, whereby student made their own version of Plato’s cave