Cold War Revision Lesson

Cold War Revision Lesson

Aimed for GCSE, this lesson is based around the concept of a revision clock, and is differentiated into 3 different ones, based on lower, mid and higher ability. Instructions are all in the presentation.
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7) The Ridolfi, Throckmorton and Babington plots - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

7) The Ridolfi, Throckmorton and Babington plots - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Fully differentiated resources on each of the three plots against Elizabeth. Introduction: Can you guess what all of the following had in common? Main: Complete research on each of the three main plots against Elizabeth. Progress check - Various questions on the plots to check understanding. Evaluation - Judge how much of a threat each of the plots was to Elizabeth Explain why Mary was executed Plenary: Can you complete the summary sheet using the key words on the board.
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14) Walter Raleigh and the colonisation of Virginia - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

14) Walter Raleigh and the colonisation of Virginia - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated card sets on Raleigh's exploration Topic summary sheets Introduction: What do you think you'd need to colonise a country? What problems might you face? Recap who was Walter Raleigh and how did he raise the money he needed? Card sort on Raleigh's preparation Using the textbook, make notes on the four main areas why the colonisation failed What were the consequences? Roanarke expedition Plenary: How far do you agree with the statement?
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10) Education in the Elizabethan Era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

10) Education in the Elizabethan Era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated sources on Elizabethan England Introduction: Source inference activity Main: Explain what an Elizabethan timetable at school was like Research what education was like in Elizabethan schools, using differentiated sets of sources. Reflect on did everything change Plenary: How far do you agree with the statement "Did everything change for education"?
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13) Elizabethan Exploration and Drake - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

13) Elizabethan Exploration and Drake - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Drake information sheet Drake sheet to complete Topic summary sheet Introduction: Can you link any of the pictures together? Main: Spider diagram for why exploration was becoming more popular Add in answers on the board to your spider diagrams Who was Francis Drake? Use the information sheets to complete your A3 sheets on Drake's exploration Progress check Plenary: Tweet It!
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3) How did Elizabeth attempt to deal with the issue of religion?

3) How did Elizabeth attempt to deal with the issue of religion?

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated information on the issue of religion Starter: Recap on the previous learning so far Main: Context on the issue of religion in Europe at the time Using the differentiated information sheets on religion, complete a Venn diagram on the similarities and differences between the Catholics, Puritans and Protestants. Extensions built into presentation. Explain the acts that Elizabeth brought in. Explain how you think people from each religion would have reacted based on what you have learnt this lesson. Plenary: Draw a cartoon to represent how Elizabeth dealt with religion
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2) What challenges did Elizabeth face - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

2) What challenges did Elizabeth face - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Information sheets on the challenges that Elizabethan faced when she got to power Starter: Comparing the roles between Elizabeth I and Elizabeth II Main: Add key definitions to glossaries Using information sheets, research different challenges that Elizabeth faced. Extensions built into presentation. Progress checks to check understanding. Tasks 2/3/4 build on knowledge, eg based on these challenges, what advice would you give Elizabeth? Plenary: 30 word challenge - can you sum up what you learnt in 30 words?
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1) Introduction and Government - Early Elizabethan England  GCSE

1) Introduction and Government - Early Elizabethan England GCSE

Fully differentiated lesson on Introduction and Government from the Early Elizabethan England GCSE module. Contains: Introduction to the course Context on who Elizabeth was and the situation when she came to power in England Organise different roles and jobs in England Task to give an understanding of roles in Elizabethan England Explain what jobs the Queen should do Plenary: Source inference activity
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6) Revolt of the Northern Earls - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

6) Revolt of the Northern Earls - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Table to record information Differentiated information sheets on the key figures in the revolt Introduction: Why might Elizabeth face lots of threats? Main: For each of the key figures, explain WHY they might want to revolt. Use the differentiated information sheets. Categorise the main causes of the revolt. Events of the revolt - order the key events. Then, for each stage, give a rating of a 5 for how much danger there was for Elizabeth at each point. What was the significance? Plenary: What were the consequences of the revolt?
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5) Mary Queen of Scots - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

5) Mary Queen of Scots - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Activity sheet on the changing relationship between Mary QoS and Elizabeth Introduction: Anagrams of key words Main: Watch video on Mary's early life, and complete flow chart to explain it. Easily differentiated for weaker students. Choice activity - based on what could Elizabeth do to help/stop Mary QoS. Evaluate changes in the relationship using activity sheet. Progress check - why might Elizabeth want to help Mary? Judgement - what is the main reason Mary was a threat to Elizabeth and why? Plenary: Using the summary sheet (attached), highlight all key names and phrases to help with revision
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4) Challenges to the Religious Settlement  - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

4) Challenges to the Religious Settlement - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated card sort on the Catholic threat Catholic threat table Starter: Who might be angry with the Religious Settlement? Why? Main: Puritan challenge - Using p26 in the textbook (Hodder 9-1), research the Vestment and the Crucifix controversy. Evaluate which was a bigger problem for Elizabeth and why. Catholic challenge - card sort. Place events on graph. Plenary: How well did Elizabeth deal with the threats? Why?
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GCSE Edexcel: Early Elizabethan England 1558-1588 WHOLE MODULE

GCSE Edexcel: Early Elizabethan England 1558-1588 WHOLE MODULE

This resource contains ALL of the lessons for the GCSE Edexcel module on Elizabethan England. Each of the lessons is differentiated, which is reflected in the resources as well. This was planned using the Hodder 9-1 Elizabethan England textbook, and some scans of pages have been included in the lessons. Each lesson contains a starter, multiple main activities or choices of activities, then plenaries, which utilise the "summary" sections on each topic (contained in the files). Each lesson will also be available separately.
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12) Attitudes to the poor in Elizabethan England- GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

12) Attitudes to the poor in Elizabethan England- GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Topic summary sheet Government laws information sheet Causes for poverty information sheets Introduction: Stick man activity Main: Add key definitions to book Class activity on who were the poor in Elizabethan England Use differentiated resources to research four main causes of poverty Progress check - exam question Explain key features of acts put in place to deal with the issue of poverty True or false based on summary sheet
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11) Leisure in the Elizabethan era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

11) Leisure in the Elizabethan era - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Introduction: How many differences can you think of between the rich and the poor Main: What different activities do you think different social groups may have done? Sport or pastime activity Research leisure activities in the Elizabethan era, recording the information in a table Progress check: How varied were the activities for the different social groups? Debate tennis Plenary: Complete the gaps in the summary sheets using the words on the board
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9) Why was the Spanish Armada defeated - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

9) Why was the Spanish Armada defeated - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated resources on the reasons why the Armada failed Summary sheet for topic Introduction: Source inference from a picture Main: Order the events of the Armada Research why the Armada failed. Use differentiated resources according to GCSE target grades (or as you feel appropriate) Source analysis activity What was the significance of the Armada? Plenary: Draw a cartoon to illustrate what you learnt today
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8) Declining relations with Spain - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

8) Declining relations with Spain - GCSE Edexcel Early Elizabethan England

Fully differentiated lesson on the GCSE Edexcel Elizabethan England module. Contains: Differentiated card sort on the Anglo-Spanish relationship Lesson 8 summary cards Graph to show declining relations Introduction: Why would there be tensions between King Phillip of Spain and Queen Elizabeth II Main: Explain Elizabeth's foreign policy Card sort on declining Anglo-Spanish relations and prioritise key features Plot the cards onto a graph and identify turning points PEA paragraph to justify the main reason England and Spain went to war Plenary: True or false based on summary cards
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Gangsters - 1920s America

Gangsters - 1920s America

This lesson has been rated as Outstanding in observations. It focuses on 1920s America and the role of the gangsters (linked back to prohibition as well). Each of the tasks are timed, and all resources are differentiated to three levels for abilities. Extension tasks and sentence starters are all in the presentation.
BenPhilcox
Einsatzgruppen

Einsatzgruppen

Part of a Year 9 Scheme of Work on the Holocaust. Resources are differentiated and include various activities. Includes some resources from the Holocaust Trust.
BenPhilcox
The Holocaust Scheme of Work

The Holocaust Scheme of Work

Scheme of Work on the Holocaust, used for Year 9. Resources are differentiated for different abilities, with various activities and worksheets to class whole-class learning. Includes some resources from the Holocaust Trust.
BenPhilcox
Introduction to the Holocaust

Introduction to the Holocaust

Part of a Year 9 Scheme of Work on the Holocaust. Resources are differentiated and include various activities. Includes some resources from the Holocaust Trust.
BenPhilcox
Auschwitz

Auschwitz

Part of a Year 9 Scheme of Work on the Holocaust. Resources are differentiated and include various activities. Includes some resources from the Holocaust Trust.
BenPhilcox
Resistance

Resistance

Part of a Year 9 Scheme of Work on the Holocaust. Resources are differentiated and include various activities. Includes some resources from the Holocaust Trust.
BenPhilcox