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AQA 8145 Medicine - Renaissance Anatomy: Vesalius and Harvey
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AQA 8145 Medicine - Renaissance Anatomy: Vesalius and Harvey

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A GCSE lesson in which students will understand how and why developments were made in anatomical understanding during the renaissance period. Students will consider the significance of the contributions made by Vesalius and by Harvey. They will also consider the factors which contributed to these developments in preparation for 16 mark questions.
Why did Britain want an Empire?
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Why did Britain want an Empire?

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A KS3 lesson on the reasons for an Empire. The lesson includes a game in which students must 'scramble' to gain territory in Africa, after which they prioritise reasons for building an Empire.
AQA 8145 Medicine:  Health and the People - Revision games
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AQA 8145 Medicine: Health and the People - Revision games

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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.
AQA 8145 Germany - Naval Laws
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AQA 8145 Germany - Naval Laws

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Lesson 3 for Germany: Democracy and Dictatorship. This lesson covers both the causes and the consequences of the naval laws. This is relevant for students studying GCSE.
AQA 8145 Elizabeth I  - 1601 Poor Law
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AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - 1601 Poor Law

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A GCSE lesson for the unit on Elizabeth I focusing on the success of the 1601 Poor Law. This covers initial Elizabethan laws before studying the 1601 law in some depth.
AQA 8145 - Conflict and Tension Cold War - Detente
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AQA 8145 - Conflict and Tension Cold War - Detente

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A GCSE lesson for the AQA specification in which students examine the barriers to detente, the reasons for detente and the consequences of the improving relationships. Links to a 16 mark exam essay question, as students will consider a variety of factors and reach a judgement on the most significant.
AQA 8145 Medicine - Health and the People Revision Guide
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AQA 8145 Medicine - Health and the People Revision Guide

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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.
What was Tudor England like?
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What was Tudor England like?

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A KS3 introductory lesson to the topic of the Tudors. Students will gain an introduction to key themes and a sense of period as they understand life in Tudor England.
AQA 8145 - Conflict and Tension Cold War 1945-72: Vietnam War
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AQA 8145 - Conflict and Tension Cold War 1945-72: Vietnam War

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A GCSE lesson in which students will examine how and why the US became involved in conflict in Vietnam, based on the new AQA specification. Students will put together a detailed chronology of the events before planning and writing an 8 mark 'write an account' question in line with the new GCSE exam paper.
Abolition of Slavery
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Abolition of Slavery

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A KS3 lesson in which students categorise the reasons for the ending of slavery. Students will gather evidence and begin to consider the most important factor in ending slavery.
Civil rights Movement - Emmett Till
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Civil rights Movement - Emmett Till

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A lesson in which students examine the significance of the murder of Emmett Till in the Civil Rights Movement. Students will analyse long and short term significance, linking to an AQA GCSE 8 mark style question on significance.
AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Rise of the Gentry
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AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Rise of the Gentry

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A GCSE lesson in which students study the 'Great Chain of Being' and its impact on Elizabethan Society. Students will explain the causes of the rise of the gentry, and consider how this group was different from the nobility.
British Empire - Sepoy Rebellion
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British Empire - Sepoy Rebellion

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A KS3 lesson in which students will consider the causes, events and consequences of the Sepoy rebellion. Students will categorise the causes in to long and short term causes and the trigger.
British Empire - Gandhi and Independence
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British Empire - Gandhi and Independence

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A KS3 lesson in which students evaluate the methods used by Gandhi to protest against British rule. Students will reach a judgement about the most important reason why British rule was ended in India.
Russian Revolution - an introduction
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Russian Revolution - an introduction

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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.