9 Lessons and knowledge organisers outlining how Crime and Punishment developed throughout the Industrial Period. The Lessons cover;
The Murders In Whitechapel
The Suspects of the Murders
Why the police failed to catch the Ripper
Assessment prep covering ‘Usefulness’ of sources
Knowledge organisers with quiz questions for students to complete as HW or for revision
The entire Medicine Through Time content with quiz questions. Students can complete the quizzes as part of half termly homework to accompany the lessons or as part of their revision.
The Middle ages - Modern is covered in this booklet.
The depth study on WW1 is in another Knowledge Organiser/Revision Guide and not attached to this document.
AQA A level History - Section 6 Chapter 23 of the textbook Democracy and Nazism 1918-45
The lesson is discussion based to outline how the policy towards the Jews developed as the war intensified, from idenitification to removal to death.
The slides are essentially a lecture with the occasional youtube link and hinge question and sources included for students to discuss.
Students will idenitfy evidence for and against a clear policy towards the Jews which is a common Essay question.
*There is an activity where students need to complete a table on the death camps. This information requires the text book unless you make your own handout
The first two lessons of the AQA history A level for Democracy and Nazism
The collapse of Imperial Germany (The Impact of War)
The collapse of Imperial Germany (The October reforms and the abdication of the Kaiser)