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History teacher of KS3 and KS4. All resources are my own. If you download a resource please consider giving a rating and review. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.

History teacher of KS3 and KS4. All resources are my own. If you download a resource please consider giving a rating and review. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain why... USA Conflict at Home and Abroad
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain why... USA Conflict at Home and Abroad

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying USA: Conflict at Home and Abroad What’s included? 10 separate exam planning sheets for the 12 mark ‘Explain why…’ question on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Explain why…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the key features of USA: Conflict at Home and Abroad, with a focus on causation and reasons for. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Explain why…’ questions in a shorter amount of time. This type of sheet has also been useful for after school revision sessions, and school holiday interventions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Desribe two features... King Richard I and King John
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Desribe two features... King Richard I and King John

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying the reigns of King Richard I and King John. What’s included? 6 separate exam planning sheets for the 4 mark ‘Describe two features…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Describe two features…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the reigns of King Richard I and King John. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Describe two features…’ questions. I have also used this resource as a lesson where different questions were stuck around the room and students had to go round the room making notes on the different questions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Blank Revision Clock PDF
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Blank Revision Clock PDF

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Who is it for? Students of any age that are preparing for exams or carrying out revision. What’s included? 1 PDF sheet of a black revision clock. Can be easily adapted. A4 size but better to enlarge to A3 for students to write on. Why is it useful? This activity helps students to structure their revision into 5 minute blocks. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course; sometimes I give students a bank copy and a general topic for them to go away and revise, sometimes I fill in a topic or question in each section of the clock. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Norman shire reeves and Domesday Revision Sheet/Mat
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GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Norman shire reeves and Domesday Revision Sheet/Mat

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Anglo-Saxon and Norman England What’s included? 1 structured sheet for students to fill in to encourage revision of features of the Norman government (including the role of the Norman shire reeve, forest laws, the Domesday Book). This sheet was created to support the Edexcel History 9-1 specification but will also suit other exam boards that study similar topics. Why is it useful? This sheet helps students structure their revision by breaking down the topic into key features. Sheets are structured with the questions they need to answer on the exam in mind. Example exam questions are included so students can plan/complete this essential exam practice. Students are required to write definitions for key words in order to develop their knowledge and language of the time period. How do I use this resource? I print these sheets out on A3 paper and use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Harrying of the North Revision Sheet/Mat
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GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Harrying of the North Revision Sheet/Mat

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Anglo-Saxon and Norman England What’s included? 1 structured sheet for students to fill in to encourage revision of the Harrying of the North (including the causes, events and consequences). This sheet was created to support the Edexcel History 9-1 specification but will also suit other exam boards that study similar topics. Why is it useful? This sheet helps students structure their revision by breaking down the topic into key features. Sheets are structured with the questions they need to answer on the exam in mind. Example exam questions are included so students can plan/complete this essential exam practice. How do I use this resource? I print these sheets out on A3 paper and use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... Early Elizabethan England
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... Early Elizabethan England

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Early Elizabethan England 1558-88. What’s included? 6 separate exam planning sheets for the 4 mark ‘Describe two features…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Describe two features…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of early Elizabethan England. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Describe two features…’ questions. I have also used this resource as a lesson where different questions were stuck around the room and students had to go round the room making notes on the different questions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... London in the Second World War
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... London in the Second World War

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Warfare Through Time 1250-present day. (This resource is for the Historic Environment section on London in the Second World War) What’s included? 5 separate exam planning sheets for the 4 mark ‘Describe two features…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Describe two features…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of London in the Second World War. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Describe two features…’ questions. I have also used this resource as a lesson where different questions were stuck around the room and students had to go round the room making notes on the different questions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... Cold War
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... Cold War

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Superpower Relations and the Cold War. What’s included? 10 separate exam planning sheets for the 8 mark ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the Cold War. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions. This type of sheet has also been useful for after school revision sessions, and school holiday interventions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... Henry VIII and his ministers
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... Henry VIII and his ministers

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Henry VIII and his ministers. What’s included? 6 separate exam planning sheets for the 4 mark ‘Describe two features…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Describe two features…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of Henry VIII and his ministers. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Describe two features…’ questions. I have also used this resource as a lesson where different questions were stuck around the room and students had to go round the room making notes on the different questions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain why... Germany
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain why... Germany

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Weimar and Nazi Germany. What’s included? 10 separate exam planning sheets for the 12 mark ‘Explain why…’ question on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Explain why…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the key features of Weimar and Nazi Germany, with a focus on causation and reasons for. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Explain why…’ questions in a shorter amount of time. This type of sheet has also been useful for after school revision sessions, and school holiday interventions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... Spain and the 'New World'
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... Spain and the 'New World'

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Spain and the ‘New World’ 1490-1555 What’s included? 10 separate exam planning sheets for the 8 mark ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of Spain and the ‘New World’. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions. This type of sheet has also been useful for after school revision sessions, and school holiday interventions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... British America
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... British America

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying British America 1713-83 What’s included? 9 separate exam planning sheets for the 8 mark ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of British America. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions. This type of sheet has also been useful for after school revision sessions, and school holiday interventions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain why... Russia and the Soviet Union
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain why... Russia and the Soviet Union

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Russia and the Soviet Union. What’s included? 10 separate exam planning sheets for the 12 mark ‘Explain why…’ question on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Explain why…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the key features of Russia and the Soviet Union, with a focus on causation and reasons for. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Explain why…’ questions in a shorter amount of time. This type of sheet has also been useful for after school revision sessions, and school holiday interventions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... Whitechapel
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Describe two features... Whitechapel

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Crime and Punishment in Britain c1000-present day. (This resource is for the Historic Environment section on Whitechapel, c1870-1900: crime, policing and he inner city) What’s included? 5 separate exam planning sheets for the 4 mark ‘Describe two features…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Describe two features…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of Whitechapel 1870-1900 How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Describe two features…’ questions. I have also used this resource as a lesson where different questions were stuck around the room and students had to go round the room making notes on the different questions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Succession Crisis 1066 Revision Sheet/Mat
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GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Succession Crisis 1066 Revision Sheet/Mat

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Anglo-Saxon and Norman England What’s included? 1 structured sheet for students to fill in to encourage revision of the succession crisis of 1066 (including why there was a problem when Edward the Confessor died, the rising against Earl Tostig, the claims of William, Edgar Harald and Harold, Harold’s embassy to Normandy). This sheet was created to support the Edexcel History 9-1 specification but will also suit other exam boards that study similar topics. Why is it useful? This sheet helps students structure their revision by breaking down the topic into key features. Sheets are structured with the questions they need to answer on the exam in mind. Example exam questions are included so students can plan/complete this essential exam practice. Students are required to write definitions for key words in order to develop their knowledge and language of the time period. How do I use this resource? I print these sheets out on A3 paper and use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Revolt of the Earls Revision Sheet/Mat
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GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Revolt of the Earls Revision Sheet/Mat

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Anglo-Saxon and Norman England What’s included? 1 structured sheet for students to fill in to encourage revision of the Revolt of the Earls in 1075 (including the causes, events and consequences). This sheet was created to support the Edexcel History 9-1 specification but will also suit other exam boards that study similar topics. Why is it useful? This sheet helps students structure their revision by breaking down the topic into key features. Sheets are structured with the questions they need to answer on the exam in mind. Example exam questions are included so students can plan/complete this essential exam practice. Students are required to write definitions for key words in order to develop their knowledge and language of the time period. How do I use this resource? I print these sheets out on A3 paper and use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... American West
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Exam Question Planning Sheets: Explain two consequences... American West

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying the American West. What’s included? 10 separate exam planning sheets for the 8 mark ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions on the GCSE Edexcel History 9-1 paper. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. There is a wide variety of ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions included with the content covering the entire course. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the American West. How do I use this resource? I use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision practice so students can practice a number or ‘Explain two consequences…’ questions. This type of sheet has also been useful for after school revision sessions, and school holiday interventions. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
5 lists in 5 minutes: Crises of the Cold War
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5 lists in 5 minutes: Crises of the Cold War

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Superpower Relations and the Cold War. What’s included? 5 separate PDF sheets of the 5 lists in 5 minutes activity. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. Topics in the 5 lists per sheet have been created with a focus on the GCSE Edexcel 9-1 specification (although could be used with other exam boards too) and taking into account what questions they will be expected to answer in the exam. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the crises of the Cold War. How do I use this resource? I use this resource as a starter activity. Students have 5 minutes to write down as much as hey know abut the topics in the list, followed by minute sharing and stealing from their partner. This is followed up by whole class discussion of the topics to ensure understanding and correcting any misconceptions. I use this same resource over and over again with the same classes to encourage regular knowledge recall of the topics. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
5 lists in 5 minutes: Origins of the Cold War
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5 lists in 5 minutes: Origins of the Cold War

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Superpower Relations and the Cold War. What’s included? 5 separate PDF sheets of the 5 lists in 5 minutes activity. Why is it useful? This activity can be used at any stage in the GCSE course once knowledge of the topics has been covered; can be used both in class or as homework/revision. Topics in the 5 lists per sheet have been created with a focus on the GCSE Edexcel 9-1 specification (although could be used with other exam boards too) and taking into account what questions they will be expected to answer in the exam. This activity encourages knowledge recall of the key features of the origins of the Cold War. How do I use this resource? I use this resource as a starter activity. Students have 5 minutes to write down as much as hey know abut the topics in the list, followed by minute sharing and stealing from their partner. This is followed up by whole class discussion of the topics to ensure understanding and correcting any misconceptions. I use this same resource over and over again with the same classes to encourage regular knowledge recall of the topics. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou.
GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Anglo-Saxon Society Revision Sheet/Mat
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GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Anglo-Saxon Society Revision Sheet/Mat

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Who is it for? GCSE students studying Anglo-Saxon and Norman England What’s included? 1 structured sheet for students to fill in to encourage revision of Anglo-Saxon society (including monarchy, the earls, the House of Godwin and key words relating to Anglo-Saxon society). This sheet was created to support the Edexcel History 9-1 specification but will also suit other exam boards that study similar topics. Why is it useful? This sheet helps students structure their revision by breaking down the topic into key features. Sheets are structured with the questions they need to answer on the exam in mind. Example exam questions are included so students can plan/complete this essential exam practice. Students are required to write definitions for key words in order to develop their knowledge and language of the time period. How do I use this resource? I print these sheets out on A3 paper and use this resource for homework throughout the GCSE course and for revision. Please see my other resources. Feedback very welcome. Thankyou. @NicolaEd90