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The Russian Revolution Presentation - Cambridge A Level History (9489)
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The Russian Revolution Presentation - Cambridge A Level History (9489)

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97 slides dedicated to helping my A Level students learn every aspect of the Cambridge A Level History syllabus for the The Russian Revolution, 1894–1921, with group and individual tasks thrown in. You can use this alongside the delivery of the course, or as a revision aid. Includes the following key questions: What were the causes and outcomes of the 1905 Revolution up to 1914? What were the causes and immediate outcomes of the February Revolution in 1917? How and why did the Bolsheviks gain power in October 1917? How were the Bolsheviks able to consolidate their power up to 1921?
Revision Tables for Cambridge AS Level European History (9489)
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Revision Tables for Cambridge AS Level European History (9489)

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Save 38% by buying a bundle. I give this out at the beginning of the course and ensure the students fill it out as they go along. They find it helps them categorise significant events and to deal with the overwhelming amount of content. All 4 topics included separated by key questions from the syllabus. France, 1774-1814 Liberalism and Nationalism in Germany, 1815-1871 The Russian Revolution, 1894-1921 Industrial Revolution in Britain, 1750-1850
Why study History? Poster.
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Why study History? Poster.

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Many parents and students approach me and I always get the same question: “Why would knowing about the past help me get a job?” This is where the poster comes in - it outlines the soft skills and concepts we learn in History with information on what jobs people with History qualifications can do later on in life.
DIRT Feedback Task Sheet for Cambridge (CIE) IGCSE History
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DIRT Feedback Task Sheet for Cambridge (CIE) IGCSE History

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Reduce your workload and improve the impact on your feedback! DIRT (Dedicated Improvement and Reflection Time) is a great way for students to act upon the feedback that you have given as their teacher. I have designed these editable DIRT Feedback sheets that correspond with the Cambridge IGCSE History Syllabus. The sheets are handed out to the students who find the corresponding assessment code on their work in order to do the task on the sheet. This means they are actively responding to my feedback, it saves me time marking and the students are reminded of what exactly it is we are assessing them on. Once they have handed back their corrections/tasks, they complete the ‘Next Steps’ section, where they have to write down HOW they are going to improve in the future. This also informs you how best to support your students going forward. These sheets can be used in conjunction with your school’s setting of SMART Targets. This is an editable presentation for you to amend if needed. Please do not share.
DIRT Feedback Task Sheets for Cambridge (CIE) A Level - ALL COMPONENTS
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DIRT Feedback Task Sheets for Cambridge (CIE) A Level - ALL COMPONENTS

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Reduce your workload and improve the impact on your feedback! Bundle of all Feedback Task Sheets for all Cambridge A Level History components. Normally priced £3 each, get all four for £9, saving 25%. DIRT (Dedicated Improvement and Reflection Time) is a great way for students to act upon the feedback that you have given as their teacher. I have designed these editable DIRT Feedback sheets that correspond with the Cambridge History A Level Assessment Objectives. The sheets are handed out to the students who find the corresponding assessment code on their work in order to do the task on the sheet. This means they are actively responding to my feedback, it saves me time marking and the students are reminded of what exactly it is we are assessing them on. Once they have handed back their corrections/tasks, they complete the ‘Next Steps’ section, where they have to write down HOW they are going to improve in the future. This also informs you how best to support your students going forward. These sheets can be used in conjunction with your school’s setting of SMART Targets. This is an editable presentation for you to amend if needed. Please do not share.
DIRT Feedback Task Sheet for Cambridge (CIE) IGCSE History Paper 1 and Paper 2
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DIRT Feedback Task Sheet for Cambridge (CIE) IGCSE History Paper 1 and Paper 2

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Reduce your workload and improve the impact on your feedback! Normally priced at £3 each, get both for £4.50 and save 25% DIRT (Dedicated Improvement and Reflection Time) is a great way for students to act upon the feedback that you have given as their teacher. I have designed these editable DIRT Feedback sheets that correspond with the Cambridge IGCSE History Syllabus. The sheets are handed out to the students who find the corresponding assessment code on their work in order to do the task on the sheet. This means they are actively responding to my feedback, it saves me time marking and the students are reminded of what exactly it is we are assessing them on. Once they have handed back their corrections/tasks, they complete the ‘Next Steps’ section, where they have to write down HOW they are going to improve in the future. This also informs you how best to support your students going forward. These sheets can be used in conjunction with your school’s setting of SMART Targets. This is an editable presentation for you to amend if needed. Please do not share.
DIRT Feedback Task Sheet for KS3 History (editable)
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DIRT Feedback Task Sheet for KS3 History (editable)

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DIRT (Dedicated Improvement and Reflection Time) is a great way for students to act upon the feedback that you have given as their teacher. I have designed these DIRT Feedback sheets that correspond with the National KS3 History Curriculum. The sheets are handed out to the students who find the corresponding assessment code on their work in order to do the task on the sheet. This means they are actively responding to my feedback, it saves me time marking and the students are reminded of what exactly it is we are assessing them on. Once they have handed back their corrections/tasks, they complete the ‘Next Steps’ section, where they have to write down HOW they are going to improve in the future. This also informs you how best to support your students going forward. These sheets can be used in conjunction with your schools’ setting of SMART Targets. This is an editable presentation for you to amend if needed. Please do not share.
Raw Materials in the Industrial Revolution Presentation (AS Level CIE)
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Raw Materials in the Industrial Revolution Presentation (AS Level CIE)

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Raw Materials in the Industrial Revolution Presentation (AS Level CIE) A simple presentation that starts with some retrieval practice on the previous topic (Why was there a rapid growth of industrialisation after 1780?) and moves onto basic information about iron and coal’s role in the industrial revolution. Two tasks at the end - first task is for students in pairs to create a visual analogy about the role of these raw materials using these details, a textbook and some online detective work! The second task (which can be set for HW) is for students to create a visual presentation ‘essay’ answering this ‘a’ type Paper 2 question: “Why did raw materials help speed up the industrial revolution after 1780?”
Barrier Game - Napoleon Bonaparte’s initiatives as First Consul (CIE A level History)
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Barrier Game - Napoleon Bonaparte’s initiatives as First Consul (CIE A level History)

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An excellent and collaborative way to introduce new topics to students is the Barrier Game. A barrier game is a game with a barrier in between the two players so that they cannot see the other person’s side. The aim of barrier games is for the players to use their talking and listening skills to make both sides match and learn key words/content as they do so. This one is for learning about Napoleon Bonaparte’s initiatives as First Consul (CIE A level History)
Paintings of Napoleon - Chronological
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Paintings of Napoleon - Chronological

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16 paintings of Napoleon in chronological order at various significant events in his life. Great to use as a starter, a timeline activity, source practgice or to add to any other lessons for the French Revolution