This can be done as a current affairs lesson, linked to historical slavery. This includes:
- A presentation
- Student notes (with case studies)
- An activity based on the case studies
For this activity learners can work in pairs or groups, and be assigned specific case studies
The New Deal
This lesson follows on from a lesson about the New Deal Alphabet Agencies.
- Right-wing/Left-wing/Populist opposition
- Roosevelt's court-packing plan
- Did the New Deal strengthen or weaken US Capitalism?
- The outbreak of WWII
This resource includes two worksheets with questions based on the following short stories published in the ‘As Told By Teachers - An Anthology of Short Stories for GCSE English Language resource pack’ by Taliesyn30.
She Shouldn’t Be Here by Laura Sanders
The Girl Who Came Back by Nicola Faulkner
Please view the author’s page for the original resource content short stories in the Teaching Resources for Me Shop
In this Super Mario bomb game created by Dawson Powell we revise social sciences, on the following topics:
The Khoikhoi and Xhosa in early South Africa
Slavery at the Cape
These questions are fully editable to suit your curriculum.
A worksheet to supplement a lesson on transport. After watching a video on the South African Gautrain and Think Bike learners can answer the attached questions.
- calculations for speed/distance/time
Lesson resources on the Mineral Revolution in South Africa. This includes the conditions of the diamond and gold mines, as well as the closed compounds in South Africa.
- Living conditions
- Migrant Labour
- Taxes and Control