Final 3 lessons in year 9 Holocaust unit. Range of tasks, information and pictures covering the treatment of Jews under Hitler. Students have also watched "the Pianist" to gain a better understanding of life in the ghettos. Range of tasks with worksheets and links to useful clips. Progress marking sheet also included and marking sheet for extended piece of writing (this is linked to old levels but can be easily adjusted)
1-2 lessons with worksheets and video links to cover an introduction to Elizabethan theatre- who visited, what it looked like, Shakespeare and Marlowe. Links with AQA Hodder textbook but I’m sure you could find the information in alternative textbooks and adapt appropriately.
Collection of activities on Suffragettes. Protest, propaganda, success. Includes gap fill, match ups, comic strips and Emily Davison assessment. Designed for lower ability students on long term absence.
KS3 (Year 9) Lesson 3 & 4 of 7. Lesson 3 has information carousel of why Hitler disliked the Jews. Students to look at reasons and assess why these are not acceptable reasons for his future persecution of Jews. GCSE-style 4 mark describe question with success criteria and peer mark.
Lesson 4: Students to look at possible Nuremberg laws and sign whether they think each is true or false. Revealed all are true. Students are to assess which surprised them most and write into table. Challenges included. Source analysis and extra info on Kristallnacht if required.
Lesson for lower ability on the enigma code, scrambled information activity with challenge codes to break. A look at how enigma impacted the Atlantic and plenary on how Alan Turing should be remembered using the Imitation game.
Collection of activities based on the causes and events of the Russian Revolution. This was designed for lower ability students on long term leave or in flexible education. Includes match ups, research tasks, card sorts, gap fills etc.
Lesson 1 of 7 for KS3 (year 9) on the Holocaust. Introduces the idea of stereotyping and why it is wrong and how it led to the Holocaust. Fun gingerbread man activity to assess what a stereotype is followed by source analysis of anti-Semitic propaganda and how this might lead to the holocaust. Students will go on to assess anti-Semitism through the ages in the next lesson.
Presentation with resources at bottom of slides