A revision guide tailored to the AQA Health and the People specification for GCSE. The guide is split in to three main themes in line with the 16 mark question: Understanding Causes and Cures; Public Health and Surgery. Includes practice questions and quizzes to aid revision. The information is broken down to make it easier for students to use in their own revision, and pictures and acronyms will help students to recall the information ready for their GCSE exam. Students will also find a guide to the key factors throughout the guide to help students prepare for the 16 mark question.
3 revision games which can be used in class for the whole lesson, or for a few minutes. Includes articulate cards and a board which are organised in to themes of causes, cures and treatments; public health; surgery and key people. Also includes a game of memory match and a board game (dice needed) with key questions.
An introductory lesson as an overview on the causes of the Russian Revolution. Planned for a KS3 scheme of work, but could also be used at GCSE, the lesson includes differentiated worksheets to help students to build key skills for essay writing. By the end of the lesson, students will be able to make a prediction about the causes of the Russian Revolution.
A GCSE lesson in which students explore the impact of the Berlin Wall. Includes structured work towards two exam style questions for the new AQA specification. Students will be required to consider the extent to which the wall increased or reduced tensions between the USA and the USSR, and consider which side the wall was a victory for.
A GCSE lesson in which students examine the subsequent development of vaccines after the development of germ theory. Students will explicitly consider the long term significance of the discovery of germ theory in preparation for an 8 mark exam style question. Includes differentiated resources for students to consider the role of key factors in the development of vaccines.
A GCSE lesson in which students will understand the chronology of the discovery of germ theory and its journey to finally becoming accepted. Students will also consider the roles of Pasteur and Koch in this process and reach a judgement on which individual was more significant. Also encourages students to consider the role of specific factors in line with the requirements of the 16 mark essay question.
A GCSE lesson looking at the persecution of various groups in Germany, including a more detailed analysis of how persecution of Jews changed over time up until 1939. Students will understand the reasons behind the persecution and categorise them, and create a timeline of Jewish persecution.
A summary GCSE 1-2 lesson series for the section of the specification for AQA on social policy. Students will analyse interpretations about whether people benefited or suffered under Nazi rule according to social policy. Students will prepare an answer to the 8 mark question asking 'Which interpretation do you find more convincing about...'. Includes differentiated resources for high, middle and low ability students.
A revision guide tailored to the AQA Elizabeth I specification for GCSE. Includes practice questions, quizzes. The information is broken down to make it easier for students to use in their own revision, and pictures and acronyms will help students to recall the information ready for their GCSE exam.
A GCSE lesson in which students examine the plots against Elizabeth that Mary, QofS was involved in. Students will reach a judgement on the severity of the threat posed by Mary, QofS. Students will apply their understanding of this topic to an 8 mark 'write an account' question.
A KS3 lesson in which students understand and evaluate the methods of resistance used by slaves on plantations. Students will have to prioritise the methods according to different criteria to gain an understanding.
A GCSE lesson in which students examine the impact of John Hunter in the field of surgery. Students will consider which area was Hunter's most significant contribution to surgery. Students will then consider how much surgery has changed between the medieval period and by 1800 in preparation for the 'compare' 8 mark questions on the exam.
A GCSE lesson which examines Nazi policy towards the Christian Church in Germany. Students will evaluate the reasons for the Concordat and the extent to which the Nazis were successful in controlling the Church.
A GCSE lesson examining how persecution of Jews changed once the war had started. This follows directly from a lesson looking at pre-war persecution.
Students will understand how and why persecution of Jews changed during the war.
A KS3 lesson on the case study of the slave ship zong. Students examine evidence in order to reach a verdict on the case. The lesson is differentiated with different tasks for lower ability (orange), middle ability (blue) and higher ability (yellow) students, so is easily adaptable for either mixed ability or classes that are set.