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I am Head of Humanities in the West Midlands and have been teaching History for twenty years. I have marked exams and moderated coursework for GCSE History for a popular exam board since 2001. All resources published have been tried out in class before publication!

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I am Head of Humanities in the West Midlands and have been teaching History for twenty years. I have marked exams and moderated coursework for GCSE History for a popular exam board since 2001. All resources published have been tried out in class before publication!
AQA A Level History 1C The Tudors - Knowledge Organisers for the whole course
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AQA A Level History 1C The Tudors - Knowledge Organisers for the whole course

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Knowledge Organisers for AQA’a A Level History course on unit 1C The Tudors. Each knowledge organiser focuses on a key question: Henry VII - The first 8 KO’s focus on key content from the spec and the final 4 KO’s focus on key people from this period Henry VIII - The first 11 KO’s focus on key content from the spec and the final 3 KO’s focus on key people from this period Edward VI & Mary I - The first 12 KO’s focus on key content from the spec and the final 3 KO’s focus on key people from this period Elizabeth I - The first 13 KO’s focus on the key content from the spec and the final 4 KO’s focus on key people from this period
Eduqas/WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 - 61 practice exam questions NEW EXAM
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Eduqas/WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 - 61 practice exam questions NEW EXAM

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These practice questions on the USA 1910-1929 exam paper for Eduqas came about after my pupils wanted past papers to help them revise! I have put together a selection of practice questions in the style of all seven questions on the exam paper. Question 1 Use Source A and your own knowledge to explain why (15 questions) Question 2 What was the purpose of Source B? (14 questions) Question 3 Do the interpretations support the view that (8 questions) Question 4 Which of the sources is more useful to an historian studying (13 questions) Question 5 To what extent do you agree with this interpretation? (11 questions) This will give pupils a chance to get a real feel for the new paper and practice their exam skills.
Eduqas/ WJEC GCSE History Elizabeth I - REVISION CLOCKS
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Eduqas/ WJEC GCSE History Elizabeth I - REVISION CLOCKS

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Includes 8 revision clock templates for students to revise the topic of Elizabeth I. Topics are: Clock 1 - People Clock 2 - Government Clock 3 - Rich and Poor Clock 4 - Entertainment Clock 5 - Religion Clock 6 - Catholics Clock 7 - Armada Clock 8 - Puritans Printing off in A3 is best for writing space. Spend 5 minutes on each section and one clock lasts a 60 minute lesson or use for students to revise individually.
Eduqas / WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 QUESTION KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS flashcards & posters
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Eduqas / WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 QUESTION KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS flashcards & posters

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This resource explains the requirements for all of the questions in the new GCSE exam for component 1 The USA 1910-1929 but can be easily adapted for all the other component 1 units like Germany in transition. Includes 8 flashcards (just print off on card and cut into four) for students to be given for revision. Also includes 8 posters which are bigger A4 versions of the flashcards. Content includes: -Question 1 skills - Question 2 skills - Question 3 skills - Question 4 skills - Question 5 skills - Analysing an interpretation skills - Analysing a contemporary source skills - Wider Historical knowledge examples This resource was made because my classes were struggling to apply the right skills to the right questions! As the picture shows, I laminated them, hole punched the top left hand corner and put them on a key ring ring. My class carry a copy for reference at home and school. N.B. This copy of flashcards is uncoloured.
Eduqas/WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 exam question revision PowerPoint & worksheet
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Eduqas/WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 exam question revision PowerPoint & worksheet

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A revision PowerPoint on the each of the questions on the USA 1910-1929 exam paper - Unit 2. Can be easily adapted for other unit 2 papers by changing content and names. For each question, advice is given on: how long to answer examples of questions sentence starters demands of the question Included is a table for students to record information from the PowerPoint - enlarge to A3 for best results. Can be used as part of ‘drop down’ or ‘exam cram’ revision session for real or mock exams.
Eduqas  GCSE History Component and Question Information sheet - ALL TOPICS
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Eduqas GCSE History Component and Question Information sheet - ALL TOPICS

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** Update - Also includes a PDF file as well as the original Publisher file ** A two-sided A3 sheet which focuses on the skills needed for the GCSE Eduqas History exam. Side 1 outlines a short plan on how to answer every question on the four component papers for the GCSE History (Eduqas syllabus). Each plan is colour coded to show the history assessment objectives required for each question so it is easy to see at a glance the focus of each question. The topics headings have been filled in for Elizabeth I, USA depth, Germany breadth & Entertainment and Leisure HOWEVER to adapt for other units just change the topic title and the topic picture. As the question stems are identical in all papers this would also suit centres who study different topics. Key information is also included: exam timings number of questions how many are source / interpretation / own knowledge questions marks the paper is out of suggested time to spend on each question. Side 2 gives an explanation of the history assessment objectives and what this means in terms of their answers. Side 2 also includes the grade boundaries for Elizabeth I, USA 1910-1929, Germany 1919-1991 and Entertainment 2019. Finally there is an example of how to analyse a source and an interpretation as a guide for students. I have analysed a source for USA and an interpretation for Elizabeth I but these can easily be adapted for other units. For best results print in A3 colour.
WJEC/EDUQAS GCSE  HISTORY Elizabeth I -One page  Knowledge Organiser all topics LATs
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WJEC/EDUQAS GCSE HISTORY Elizabeth I -One page Knowledge Organiser all topics LATs

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This is an A3 two sided knowledge organiser for the Elizabethan unit for WJEC / EDUQAS GCSE History course. It covers all the main points from all of the key questions in an easy to read, visual design. It was designed to help make the topic more accessible for middle and lower attaining students who struggle with seperate knowledge organisers. Side 1 - All the main points for each of the key questions 1-6 Side 2 - Key question 7 and advice on how to answer each exam question To make the best of the resource, you should print in colour on A3 (already formatted for A3 printing) on both sides. Mine are laminated as well to use in class. PDF copy added as well*
A Level Politics (USA) Knowledge Organiser: The Supreme Court
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A Level Politics (USA) Knowledge Organiser: The Supreme Court

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An A3 double sided KO based on the US Supreme Court. Covers all the key content on one sheet for students to revise and use in lessons. I teach AQA Politics but it is also suitable for Edexcel Politics. I have included the original Publisher version as well as a PDF. Tried out in class first.
AQA A Level History 1C Knowledge Organisers Henry VII
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AQA A Level History 1C Knowledge Organisers Henry VII

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A set of knowledge organisers covering the topic of Henry VII following the AQA A Level History 1C The Tudors specification. The first 8 KO’s focus on the key content from the spec and the final 4 KO’s focus on key people from this period. The resource comprises of 12 Knowledge organisers to use in lessons: To what extent had Henry VII successfully established his authority by 1487? (A) Henry VII’s character, background and aims To what extent had Henry VII successfully established his authority by 1487? (B) Establishing The Tudor Dynasty How effective was Henry VII’s reform of government in the years 1485-1509? How successful was Henry VII’s foreign policy? Was society in England more peaceful & stable during Henry VII’s reign? How did the economy develop under Henry VII? How far did intellectual and religious ideas change and develop and with what effects? How successful was Henry VII? Key people during Henry VII’s reign a. Family Key people during Henry VII’s reign b. Threats Key people during Henry VII’s reign c. Other notable key figures / influences on Henry VII Key people during Henry VII’s reign d. Foreign Rulers Best printed A4 in colour, images are used to support the dual coding theory & act as symbols to aid learning and revision.
AQA A Level History  (1C)  The Tudors ELIZABETH I Knowledge Organisers
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AQA A Level History (1C) The Tudors ELIZABETH I Knowledge Organisers

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A set of knowledge organisers covering the topic of Elizabeth I following the AQA A Level History 1C The Tudors specification. The first 13 KO’s focus on the key content from the spec and the final 4 KO’s focus on key people from this period. The resource comprises of 17 Knowledge organisers to use in lessons: KQ1 - What sort of monarch did Elizabeth promise to be? KQ2 - Did Elizabeth’s Religious Settlement cause more problems than it solved? KQ3 – Was Elizabeth in control of government? KQ4 - Was Elizabeth’s early Foreign Policy Successful? KQ5 – Did Elizabeth achieve her foreign policy objectives in Spain? KQ6 - How serious was the threat of Mary, Queen of Scots? KQ7 – How effective was Elizabeth’s social & economic legislation? KQ8 – Was there more or less disorder under Elizabeth I? KQ9 – How prosperous was Elizabethan England? KQ10 - How far did religion affect stability? KQ11 – Was the reign of Elizabeth a Golden Age? KQ12 - How successful was Elizabeth I? KQ13 – How successful were the Tudors? Key people during Elizabeth I’s reign a. Family Key people during Henry VII’s reign b. Wider family Key people during Henry VII’s reign c. Other notable key figures / influences on Henry VII Best printed A4 in colour, images are used to support the dual coding theory & act as symbols to aid learning and revision.
A Level Politics (USA) Knowledge Organiser:  The Constitution
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A Level Politics (USA) Knowledge Organiser: The Constitution

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An A3 double sided KO based on the Constitution of the USA. Covers all the key content on one sheet for students to revise and use in lessons. I teach AQA Politics but it is also suitable for Edexcel Politics. I have included the original Publisher version as well as a PDF. Tried out in class first.
Eduqas/ WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 - REVISION CLOCKS
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Eduqas/ WJEC GCSE History USA 1910-1929 - REVISION CLOCKS

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Includes 8 revision clock templates for students to revise the topic of the USA 1910-1929. Topics are: Clock 1 - USA general Clock 2 – Immigration Clock 3 - Race and Religion Clock 4 - Crime and Corruption Clock 5 - Economic Boom Clock 6 - End of Prosperity Clock 7 - Entertainment Clock 8 - Women Printing off in A3 is best for writing space. Spend 5 minutes on each section and one clock lasts a 60 minute lesson or use for students to revise individually.
AQA 1C The Tudors HENRY VIII Knowledge Organisers
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AQA 1C The Tudors HENRY VIII Knowledge Organisers

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A set of knowledge organisers covering the topic of Henry VIII following the AQA A Level History 1C The Tudors specification. The first 11 KO’s focus on the key content from the spec and the final 3 KO’s focus on key people from this period. The resource comprises of 12 Knowledge organisers to use in lessons: How prepared was Henry VIII for kingship? How strong was Henry VIII’s position during the early years of his reign? To what extent was Anne Boleyn the instigator of change? Was Wolsey’s Fall due directly to his own mistakes? Was there a Tudor Revolution in Government under Thomas Cromwell? How had Royal Government Changed Since 1485? How successful was Henry VIII’s Foreign Policy? What was impact of religious upheaval on society? To what extent did England’s economy change in the reign of Henry VIII? How had the Church in England changed by 1547? How successful was Henry VIII? Key people during Henry VIII’s reign a. Family Key people during Henry VII’s reign b. Key People Key people during Henry VII’s reign c. Foreign Rulers Best printed A4 in colour, images are used to support the dual coding theory & act as symbols to aid learning and revision.
AQA 1C The Tudors EDWARD VI & MARY I Knowledge Organisers
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AQA 1C The Tudors EDWARD VI & MARY I Knowledge Organisers

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A set of knowledge organisers covering the topic of Edward VI & Mary I following the AQA A Level History 1C The Tudors specification. The first 12 KO’s focus on the key content from the spec and the final 3 KO’s focus on key people from this period. The resource comprises of 15 Knowledge organisers to use in lessons: KQ1 – Why was Edward’s reign not secure? KQ2 – Was Somerset a ‘Good Duke’ or ‘Bad Duke’? KQ3 – How successful was the Duke of Northumberland? KQ4 – How well governed was England during the reign of Edward VI? KQ5 – Why did Mary get popular support for her accession to the throne? KQ6 – To what extent did Mary I seek to reform the government? KQ7 – Did Mary’s foreign policy serve the interests of Philip II rather than England? KQ7 – Did Mary’s foreign policy serve the interests of Philip II rather than England? (Map of Europe & country info) KQ8 – How did Mary bring back Catholicism? KQ9 - What was the extent of religious change under Mary? KQ10 – What was the extent of social & economic change under Mary I KQ11 – How successful was the reign of Mary I? Key people during Edward VI & Mary I’s reign a. Family Key people during Edward VI & Mary I’s reign a. Wider Family Key people during Edward VI & Mary I’s reign Best printed A4 in colour, images are used to support the dual coding theory & act as symbols to aid learning and revision.
Knowledge Organisers for Eduqas / WJEC GCSE History Germany 1919-1991
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Knowledge Organisers for Eduqas / WJEC GCSE History Germany 1919-1991

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Knowledge Organisers cover all the basic information in the topics taught for GCSE. These Knowledge Organisers focus on the GCSE History (Eduqas) syllabus for the Germany 1919-1991 topic. There are 10 KO's in total 1. How successful was the Weimar Government in dealing with Germany`s problems between 1919 and 1933? 2. How did the Nazis take total control of Germany by 1934? 1. Rise to Power 3. How did the Nazis take total control of Germany by 1934? 2. Consolidation of Power 1933-1934 4. How were the lives of the German people affected by Nazi rule between 1933 and 1939? 5. Why did life change for the German people during the Second World War? 1. War 6. Why did life change for the German people during the Second World War? 2. 1945-1949 7. Why were conditions in West and East Germany different after 1949? WEST 8. Why were conditions in West and East Germany different after 1949? EAST 9. How did relations between the two Germanys change between 1949 and 1991? 10. What factors led to the reunification of Germany in 1990? Each KO includes: - Timeline / Chronology - Key events - key ideas - key vocabulary - key people - key quotes A concise revision tool for students as soon as they begin the course.
Year 7 Autumn 1 homework booklet "Medieval England 1066-1485' HISTORY KS3
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Year 7 Autumn 1 homework booklet "Medieval England 1066-1485' HISTORY KS3

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A homework booklet with 21 pages for the first half term of year 7. The focus is on learning homeworks ready for a starter or exit quiz in lessons. Each homework comes with a revision activity as well. This terms homework focuses on Medieval England and includes: Contents Skills in History: Introduction to History, chronology of Medieval monarchs Skills in History: Timelines, Sources and Interpretations England in 1066 Background to England 1066 & contenders for the throne Battle of Stamford Bridge and effects Events of the Battle of Hastings Outcomes of Battle of Hastings Revision for assessment Feudal System Domesday Book Revision for Fact test Instructions for pupils are: Each week in History, you will have a fact test on work you completed the week before in lessons. For homework revise the information on the topic which you learnt in your lesson and be ready to answer ten factual questions based on that work. To help you revise there are revision activities to do for each topic. At the start of each half term and new term in History you will have a fact test which covers ALL the topics you have studied so far. Use this homework booklet to revise for your factual tests. If you continually fail your factual tests (less than half marks) you will have to stay after school to retake your tests. Your teacher will be able to help you one to one to ensure you are learning.
A Level Politics (USA) Knowledge Organiser: The Legislative
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A Level Politics (USA) Knowledge Organiser: The Legislative

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An A3 double sided KO based on the US Legislative (Congress). Covers all the key content on one sheet for students to revise and use in lessons. I teach AQA Politics but it is also suitable for Edexcel Politics. I have included the original Publisher version as well as a PDF. Tried out in class first.
GCSE History Eduqas - Quick revision to answer question
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GCSE History Eduqas - Quick revision to answer question

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A powerpoint covering all exam papers to show students what is required to answer exam questions. This is just a brief description to revise exam skills. Covers: Elizabeth I USA 1910-1929 Germany 1919-1990 Entertainment & Leisure Can be easily adapted for other papers