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 for the AQA specification on Medicine Through time. The lesson prepares students to be able to answer 8 mark questions on the significance of anaesthetics and antiseptics. Includes differentiated questioning and helps sheets for lower ability students.
A GCSE lesson in which students will gain an understanding of the development of penicillin from its first discovery to its mass production. Students will also categorise the reasons into key factors and reach a judgement on the most important factor in the development of penicillin.
A GCSE lesson in which students use sources to evaluate the effectiveness of liberal reforms in the first part of the 20th century. Students will evaluate by looking at the successes and failures of the reforms. Also includes a practice GCSE 8 mark question asking 'how useful'? Should follow from a lesson introducing the Liberal Reforms.
A GCSE lesson in which students will understand the reforms introduced by the Liberal government at the start of the 20th century, and understand why they were introduced. Students will also develop their understanding through making links between factors.
A GCSE lesson in which students will gain an understanding of how medicine developed during WWI. Students will explicitly think about the significance of the key developments before attempting a practice 8 mark GCSE question on significance.
A KS3 lesson in which students investigate why the death rate was so high in Victorian towns. Students will consider who is to blame by categorising factors which contributed to the death rate, and reaching a judgment about what could be done to solve the issue.
A follow up lesson in which students examine the consequences of Little Rock and therefore its significance for the Civil Rights Movement. This lesson will also act as a summary in which students consider the progress made by the CRM by the end of the 1950s.
A 2 lesson series in which students consider the effectiveness of methods of protest in the 1960s: freedom rides, freedom marches and the black power movement. Includes a variety of activities which students can complete in a carousel across 2 lessons.
A KS3 lesson in which students consider different interpretations of the British Empire before reaching their own judgement the key question. Students will use character cards to explore why interpretations of the Empire may differ.
The first in a 3 lesson series on poverty in Elizabethan England. Students will categorise the causes of poverty and explain how these caused an increase in the number of poor people. Students will analyse these causes by making links between categories to reach a judgement on the significance of factors.
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.
A series of GCSE lessons for the new AQA specification on society. Includes lessons on the rise of the gentry, theatre, poverty and a concluding lesson on whether this period can be considered a 'Golden Age'.
A GCSE lesson in which students understand why the theatre became more accepted and popular during Elizabethan England. Students will study the key features of the Globe theatre and popular Elizabethan playwrights such as Shakespeare and Marlowe.
A GCSE lesson to follow from a lesson on the rise of Elizabethan theatre. Students will analyse the reasons why some groups supported or opposed the theatre. Includes an example GCSE interpretations question for 8 marks.
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.