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I have been teaching History for over ten years and also work as an A level examiner. I also teach Citizenship. I have uploaded lots of resources to tes and I try to make my resources relevant, interesting and fun. I really appreciate any feedback you provide and can be contacted through the tes community or Twitter.

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I have been teaching History for over ten years and also work as an A level examiner. I also teach Citizenship. I have uploaded lots of resources to tes and I try to make my resources relevant, interesting and fun. I really appreciate any feedback you provide and can be contacted through the tes community or Twitter.
G7 Mock Challenge
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G7 Mock Challenge

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Citizenship mock G7 challenge (will take at least two hours or more to complete. Challenge 1: Students have to work out the G7 leader from their picture Challenge 2: Match the flag to the G7 leader Challenge 3: Match the G7 country and their capital city Challenge 4: Students split into groups of 4 and represent a G7 country they must present to the rest of their class Challenge 5: Each country is given a issue to campaign on-they have to get donation points from the other countries to win. The country that wins is the country that gets the most points for their country. There are also extension questions and a plenary to check understanding. Useful for a collapsed curriculum session. All resources included such as country profiles, powerpoints, pledge cards etc
Black Lives Matter Citizenship Session
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Black Lives Matter Citizenship Session

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This Black Lives Matter Citizenship session is aimed at KS3, KS4 or KS5 students. The session could run from 3-5 hours depending on teaching choice. In the first session students will watch videos about the development of the Black Lives Matter movement and learn about the history of the movement. In the second session students will make notes about arguments for and against statues and monuments such as the Edward Colston statue being removed permanently. Students will then be divided into groups to represent different community groups such as the council and the police. Students will have to write a speech using success criteria concerning whether statues and monuments should be removed. There is also a peer assessment sheet included. The session culminates in a class vote. There is also a reflection sheet included. The session also links in very well with the British Values agenda.
Trump v Biden: The 2020 US Presidential Election
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Trump v Biden: The 2020 US Presidential Election

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Lesson where students learn about Trump and Biden and ultimately cast a vote. Students take a 10 question quiz to determine who they might vote for. Students watch campaign videos for both Trump and Biden and make notes. Students watch and make notes from the recent US election debate between Trump and Biden. Students watch and make notes on the Vice-Presidential debate. Students explain who they would vote for. There is a PowerPoint and note taking sheet included.
Berlin Wall
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Berlin Wall

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A lesson on the History of the Berlin Wall that culminates with students writing or drawing a message on an imaginary brick from the Berlin Wall. The lesson has cross curricular links and would fit into a study of the Cold War nicely.
British Values Week Resources 2017
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British Values Week Resources 2017

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Resources for a British Values Week themed week. There is a PowerPoint included for each day of the week focusing on each of the different British Values. Designed to be delivered in registration/tutor time for 15 minutes or so. I have also included a British Values diary for students to complete as they go through the theme week so they can record examples of when they have learned about British Values in lessons. Totally new for 2017.
Child Soldiers Diary Activity
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Child Soldiers Diary Activity

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Child Soldiers, Diary, Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities, Self and Peer Assessment. Two lessons on child soldiers involving writing a diary entry. Students imagine themselves as child soldiers and write a diary entry that is self and peer assessed after learning about child soldiers in lesson 1. Lesson plans also attached. Worked well as a collapsed citizenship curriculum session.
Afghanistan
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Afghanistan

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Democracy and Justice lesson on Afghanistan-students have to spend an aid budget on Afghanistan and justify their choices. Citizenship; Democracy and Justice; Afghanistan.