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I am an experienced History teacher, currently teaching Y7-13 and producing a range of lessons/resources for this age group. I am constantly adding new resources so please keep checking my shop. I have also been an Edexcel examiner for the 9-1 GCSE.

I am an experienced History teacher, currently teaching Y7-13 and producing a range of lessons/resources for this age group. I am constantly adding new resources so please keep checking my shop. I have also been an Edexcel examiner for the 9-1 GCSE.
Anglo-Saxon and Norman England Edexcel 9-1 Lessons Part 1

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England Edexcel 9-1 Lessons Part 1

Here is a set of engaging lessons with a variety of activities for the start of the 9-1 Anglo-Saxon and Norman England topic. It includes 6 full lessons with the resources required to teach them (Pearson textbooks will also be needed). Each lesson contains success criteria to help guide the pupils on how to complete each task well and most include modelling (for example, tables with the first row completed). I have also included a bonus resource which is a planning template for the 16 mark ‘How far do you agree…?’ essay questions which you can also adapt for other topics like Crime/Medicine etc. With this bundle you are saving nearly a 1/3! Please feel free to ask if you have any questions :)
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What were the wars of the cross (Crusades)?

What were the wars of the cross (Crusades)?

This lesson is aimed at Y7 students but could be adapted. It is based on the Invasion, Plague and Murder Oxford textbooks and contains a range of activities including creating a poster for the pope. It also has success criteria to help guide the students and there are challenges available for differentiation (red=easiest, green=hardest) Please feel free to ask if you have any questions :)
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman Revision Loop of Fury game (Edexcel GCSE 9-1)

Anglo-Saxon and Norman Revision Loop of Fury game (Edexcel GCSE 9-1)

Here is a brilliant revision game to play as a class to prepare the students for their Anglo-Saxon/Norman exam. Teacher prints off one copy which they keep to see the order as it is played. Another copy is printed and all the cards are cut out for the students to share. Every card must be handed out for the game to work so some students may need to have 2 cards. Teacher tells the person with the first question to go. They read their question and the class has to listen to it to see if they have the answer on their own card. If they do, they read it out, the teacher tells them if they’re correct and that pupil will then read out the question on the own card until all the questions are answered. Good idea to time it to see how quick they can get. Good luck with the exams :)
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How did factories create towns? (Industrial Revolution)

How did factories create towns? (Industrial Revolution)

This lesson is based on the Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation KS3 textbooks. The lesson includes a range of activities involving source analysis. The PPT also contains modelling and success criteria to help guide the students as well as differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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Would the young Henry VIII make a good king? (TWO FULL LESSONS)

Would the young Henry VIII make a good king? (TWO FULL LESSONS)

This PPT does NOT require the use of any accompanying textbooks. All of the resources needed are included. There is enough content here for two lessons. The lessons encourage the students to investigate the youth of Henry VIII and is aimed at developing their source analysis skills. There is differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging) The lessons include a range of activities including a link to a short video clip (not produced by myself) and working with sources. There is an engaging starter, clear modelling and a hinge question. Opportunities are provided for self/peer reflection. I have also included two sets of sources (one differentiated) to go with the lesson. Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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Why was Leonardo Da Vinci significant? (nice intro to Renaissance)

Why was Leonardo Da Vinci significant? (nice intro to Renaissance)

This lesson is based on the Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation KS3 textbooks. The lesson includes a range of activities including making an obituary for Da Vinci. The PPT also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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How was transport improved? (Industrial Revolution)

How was transport improved? (Industrial Revolution)

This lesson is based on the Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation KS3 textbooks. This is a simple lesson ito accompany the information in the textbook. The PPT also contains success criteria to help guide the students to create a leaflet detailing the new types of transport. It also includes an engaging starter and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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The Agricultural Revolution

The Agricultural Revolution

This lesson is based on the Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation KS3 textbooks. The lesson includes a range of activities including creating a news item script. The PPT also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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Peter the Pauper (Victorian children at work)

Peter the Pauper (Victorian children at work)

This lesson is based on the Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation KS3 textbooks. The lesson includes a range of activities including making a personal timeline and creating a factory report (there may be enough content for more than one lesson). The PPT also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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How did the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany start?

How did the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany start?

This lesson does NOT require the use of any accompanying textbooks. All of the resources needed are included (some are from the Holocaust Educational Trust). The lesson encourages the students to investigate the the beginning of persecution against the Jews. The lesson includes a range of activities including comparing and contrasting laws against the Jews as well as analysing testimonies from survivors. Differentiation by colour is used (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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What was Britain like in 1485? (intro to Tudor period-2 FULL LESSONS!)

What was Britain like in 1485? (intro to Tudor period-2 FULL LESSONS!)

This lesson is based on the Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation KS3 textbooks. The lessons include a range of activities involving source analysis and using this to form a written judgement. The PPT also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). The first row of the table has been modelled and sentence starters have been provided for the judgement. Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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Tudor Revision

Tudor Revision

Aimed at the AQA The Tudors 1C paper but could be adapted for others. A range of fun activities included to help the students revise as a class for their mock/A-Level Tdors exam. Rounds include picture/information round, anagrams, blockbusters, quickfire and taboo! I used this lesson with my Y13s and they really enjoyed it as well as got a lot from it.
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What did it take to be a knight? (Knight Life Y7)

What did it take to be a knight? (Knight Life Y7)

This lesson is based on the Invasion, Plague and Murder KS3 textbooks. The lesson includes a range of activities including creating a medieval tournament report. It also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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Who was to blame for the murder of Thomas Becket? (newspaper article)

Who was to blame for the murder of Thomas Becket? (newspaper article)

This PPT contains two lessons: one preparing the pupils to write a newspaper article through source analysis and finding out who they believe was to blame for Becket's death, the other enabling them to write the article. This download comes with resources needed included Becket sources (plus a SEN differentiated version), a starter activity, guidance on how to test the reliability of sources for the more able, a newspaper article template and a template with a writing frame for the students who need more scaffolding.
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Britain in 1901

Britain in 1901

This lesson is based on the Technology, War and Independence KS3 textbooks. The lesson includes a range of activities including creating an information leaflet. The PPT also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). I have also included a differentiated version of the textbook information and an additional info sheet for the more able. Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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Weimar and Nazi Germany Edexcel 9-1 Walking-talking mock (Exam technique)

Weimar and Nazi Germany Edexcel 9-1 Walking-talking mock (Exam technique)

This PPT is designed to be used as part of a walking-talking mock (it would be good to have an exam paper in front of the students when delivering it) for the Edexcel Weimar and Nazi Germany 9-1 paper. It gives tips on how to structure answer each exam-style question which appears on the paper and useful guidance on what to do/avoid. There is differentiation on the structure of the final question. This PPT is useful to share with students when first informing them about the structure of this exam or during revision periods in preparation for the exam. Please ask if you have any questions :) Good luck with the exams!
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Strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar Constitution

Strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar Constitution

This lesson is based on Pearson Weimar and Nazi Germany 9-1 GCSE textbook. The lesson includes a range of activities including annotating a diagram and creating a table. It is a simple lesson to accompany the textbook.
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How smelly were the Middle Ages? (Medieval public health)

How smelly were the Middle Ages? (Medieval public health)

This lesson is based on the Invasion, Plague and Murder KS3 textbooks. The PPT includes a range of activities including making source analysis and creating a warning poster. It also contains success criteria to help guide the students and differentiation (red=least challenging up to green=most challenging). There is enough content here to last over two lessons. Please feel free to ask any questions :)
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