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I have been teaching for over 20 years, from reception to HE. I have taught a variety of subjects: Citizenship, Functional Skills, Geography, History, Life-skills, Psychology, Religious Education, Sociology and more!

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I have been teaching for over 20 years, from reception to HE. I have taught a variety of subjects: Citizenship, Functional Skills, Geography, History, Life-skills, Psychology, Religious Education, Sociology and more!
Titanic - unit of work - 6 lesson bundle!

Titanic - unit of work - 6 lesson bundle!

Unit of work - 6 lesson bundle! Resources include big ideas, learning objectives, starter activities, plenaries, differentiated activities, historical sources, presentations, worksheets, writing frames and video clips covering: Lessons 1 and 2 - What was life like aboard the Titanic? Lesson 3 - Who travelled on the fateful maiden voyage? Lesson 4 - Who was to blame? (this uses Key Stage 3 History by Aaron Wilkes: Technology, War and Independence 1901-Present Day Student Book - however, other ‘blame’ sources are easily available) Lesson 5 - Newpaper planning Lesson 6 - A film comparison Written for lower ability Year 7 students - easily adaptable for other abilities.
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World War One - 3 lesson bundle- causes of WW1, why men joined the army and trench warfare

World War One - 3 lesson bundle- causes of WW1, why men joined the army and trench warfare

Resources include Big Ideas, learning objectives, starter activities, plenaries, differentiated activities, presentations and worksheets covering: Lesson 1 - What were the causes of World War One? Lesson 2 - Why did men join the army? Lesson 3 - What were the trenches like? Written for lower ability Year 8 students - easily adaptable for other abilities/KS3 - KS2 year groups.
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World War One - 3 lesson bundle - weapons, Somme and government propaganda.

World War One - 3 lesson bundle - weapons, Somme and government propaganda.

Resources include Big ideas/questions, learning objectives, starter activities, plenaries, differentiated activities, presentations and worksheets covering: Lesson 4 - What weapons were used in the war? Lesson 5 - Why did so many die at the Somme? Lesson 6 - How did the government hide the truth about the war? Written for lower ability Year 8 students - easily adaptable for other abilities/KS3 - KS2 year groups.
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World War One - 4 lesson bundle - trench warfare, women and the homefront, stalemate and end of war

World War One - 4 lesson bundle - trench warfare, women and the homefront, stalemate and end of war

Resources include Big Ideas, learning objectives, starter activities, plenaries, differentiated activities, presentations, videolinks and worksheets covering: Lesson 7 - How did soldiers feel about the war? Lesson 8 - How did the war affect people at home? Lesson 9 - What were your chances of surviving the trenches? including a board game (laminate the board game to help it last longer) Lesson 10 - Why and how did the war end? Written for lower ability Year 8 students - easily adaptable for other abilities/KS3 - KS2 year groups.
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World War One - 10 lesson bundle!

World War One - 10 lesson bundle!

Resources include big ideas/questions, learning objectives, starter activities, plenaries, differentiated activities, presentations, worksheets, videoclip links and board game covering: Lesson 1 - What were the causes of World War One? Lesson 2 - Why did men join the army? Lesson 3 - What were the trenches like? Lesson 4 - What weapons were used in the war? Lesson 5 - Why did so many die at the Somme? Lesson 6 - How did the government hide the truth about the war? Lesson 7 - How did soldiers feel about the war? Lesson 8 - How did the war affect people at home? Lesson 9 - What were your chances of surviving the trenches? including a board game Lesson 10 - Why and how did the war end? Written for lower ability Year 8 students - easily adaptable for other abilities/KS3 - KS2 year groups.
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A' Level - Psychology- Revision Guides

A' Level - Psychology- Revision Guides

Revision guides covering: Attachment Stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination Memory Non Verbal communication Social influence Development of personality Research methods and more!
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Religious Studies - The Environment - Hunger Cloth assessment

Religious Studies - The Environment - Hunger Cloth assessment

In the middle ages Hunger Cloths were used to cover the altar during Lent. These cloths were covered in images and stories from the bible to help people learn about God. The Hunger cloth group activities leads to students designing their own section of a hunger cloth, reflecting on Christian beliefs and teachings towards environmental issues as part of an assessment piece. Ideal for Year 8 students.
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PSHE - Sex and Relationships - lesson bundle

PSHE - Sex and Relationships - lesson bundle

At least half term worth of lessons on Sex and Relationships, covering good and bad relationships, signs of abuse, purpose of sex, teenage pregnancy, contraception and STI’s. Lesson objectives, starters, plenaries, discussion activities, worksheets, video clip links and more. Ideal for Year 9 and above.
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A' Level Sociology - revision bundle

A' Level Sociology - revision bundle

Great bundle of revision notes, workbooks, learning tables and more making them ideal as class or homework aids to help consolidate theory and  methods.
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