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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.
Pearl Harbor Newspaper Report
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Pearl Harbor Newspaper Report

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Sources and newspaper template enabling students to write a newspaper report on the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese. New style GCSE usefulness question also included with levels success criteria. Works well with KS3 students.
GCSE History Medicine in Britain L16 The Impact of Anesthetics and Antiseptics
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GCSE History Medicine in Britain L16 The Impact of Anesthetics and Antiseptics

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Lesson focusing on the impact of anesthetics and antiseptics. Looks at the roles of James Simpson and Joseph Lister. Lesson begins with starter activity where students have to identify the correct period for medical developments. There is a reading sheet on anesthetics and antiseptics and students have to complete a table with key questions on Simpson and Snow. There are also three example answers to a practice 12 mark question on opposition to anesthetics and antiseptics. The lesson finishes with a plenary quiz. There is also a subject matrix included which students can use to self assess their knowledge. Useful for the new GCSE.
GCSE History Gorbachev's New Thinking and the INF Treaty, Superpower Relations and the Cold War
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GCSE History Gorbachev's New Thinking and the INF Treaty, Superpower Relations and the Cold War

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GCSE History 2016, Superpower Relations and the Cold War 1941-91. Lesson starts with a quiz and then students are asked to discuss some of the problems Gorbachev has to deal with in the months before the treaty. Students then learn about the INF Treaty and complete a causes and consequences diagram. There is also a practice importance question on the INF Treaty and an example answer. The lesson finishes with a quiz.
GCSE History Early Elizabethan England Knowledge Tests
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GCSE History Early Elizabethan England Knowledge Tests

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Knowledge Tests on the GCSE History Early Elizabethan England course. There are three different tests (one for each topic) of at least 50 questions. There is a blank student version and a completed teacher version with the answers. Useful for assessing student’s knowledge.
A Level History Coursework Preparation Booklet on the Holocaust
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A Level History Coursework Preparation Booklet on the Holocaust

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Preparation booklet for a student considering doing their coursework on the Holocaust. Useful for anyone doing the Pearson A level History. There is a time line included, a key individuals section and so on. There is also a section which explains how to complete the coursework and success criteria etc, how to complete the resource record and using footnotes. There is also an example essay included but this is on the Russian Revolution. Students complete the research preparation booklet using their research skills. Computer room needed ideally. if you need resources i may be able to help email me dwillcocks@plymstockschool.org.uk
A level History USA Boom, Bust and Recovery Revision Book
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A level History USA Boom, Bust and Recovery Revision Book

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Revision booklet for the A level History, USA, Boom, Bust and Recovery unit. Includes: A keywords section A timeline for students to complete A key individuals section A note taking diagram for each topic A successes failures table on the New Deal agencies/legislation to complete Past exam questions
Life in Nazi Germany Source Analysis and Extended Writing Lessons
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Life in Nazi Germany Source Analysis and Extended Writing Lessons

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These resources could take over three one hour lessons. There is a four page sources booklet on Life in Nazi Germany (focusing specifically on women; education; the Hitler Youth; the BDM and working life). There is also a table for students to complete. There are also extension sources. After completing the source analysis table (which will take at least one lesson) there are success criteria for students to write an extended answer on Life in Nazi Germany (this should take between one and two lessons). The success criteria are to develop students extended writing skills. I have also included a self/peer assessment sheet and a teacher mark sheet (should you wish to mark the extended essay formally) using 9-1 levels with a focus on developing students extended writing skills in History. These lessons will work well at key stage 3 but also key stage 4.
GCSE HIstory 2016 The Spartacist Revolt and the Kapp Putsch
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GCSE HIstory 2016 The Spartacist Revolt and the Kapp Putsch

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Lesson focuses on the Spartacist Revolt and the Kapp Putsch. There is an information sheet included and the main task involves students completing a comparison table comparing the Spartacist Revolt and the Kapp Putsch. There is also an example inference question and exemplar answer included. There is also a starter and plenary quiz included. A knowledge tracker for the whole Nazi Germany course is also included so students can self assess their learning. Useful for the new History GCSE from 2016.
GCSE History Superpower Relations and the Cold War Timeline for Revision
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GCSE History Superpower Relations and the Cold War Timeline for Revision

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A Cold War time line. Students have to make short notes on each event-two consequences and three reasons why each event is important. There are also some events which students have to plan narrative answers to. The idea is that students make very short notes and this will encourage students to start thinking about why each event is important and the consequences of each event. This should help students to start thinking about planning answers to the different questions styles. There is a page for each of the three key topics included and ideally each page would be blown up to A3.