Hero image

HistoryHub's Shop

Average Rating4.03
(based on 63 reviews)

I am currently a head of faculty, with over 8 years teaching experience, specialising in History. I am passionate about developing excellent teaching which allows all pupils to feel challenged, supported and involved in their own learning. I have maintained outstanding results across KS4 and 5 for the last six years and feel this has been made possible through rigorously planned lessons which are constantly updated to take into account meaningful, pedagogical changes in education.

161Uploads

86k+Views

25k+Downloads

I am currently a head of faculty, with over 8 years teaching experience, specialising in History. I am passionate about developing excellent teaching which allows all pupils to feel challenged, supported and involved in their own learning. I have maintained outstanding results across KS4 and 5 for the last six years and feel this has been made possible through rigorously planned lessons which are constantly updated to take into account meaningful, pedagogical changes in education.
The Vietnam War: American and Viet Cong Guerilla Tactics
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The Vietnam War: American and Viet Cong Guerilla Tactics

(0)
This lesson starts by re-capping on the reasons why America became involved in the Vietnam war. It then contains in depth information and interactive slides on all the American and Viet Cong Guerilla Tactics. There are also a number of brilliant and appropriate videos hyperlinked throughout. A detailed information sheet and a grid for students to record information is also included. This lesson also contains two 8 mark exam questions and model answers for students to engage with, designed to mirror the demands of the AQA History B GCSE, though the content would be relevant for any exam in this area. Lesson also makes reference to the GCSE History B Ferriby Textbook in some areas, purely for additional reading for students if desired.
The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948?
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948?

(2)
The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948? - Fully differentiated starter task for higher, middle and lower ability - Planned questioning to target students at higher, middle and lower ability, full of SMSC opportunities. - Whole class reading providing context on the why there was immigration at this time - Fully differentiated question sheet and source activity sheet for higher, middle and lower ability - Interactive plenary This is a thoroughly planned and resourced lesson and would be perfect for any formal observation.
The Trial and Execution of Charles I
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The Trial and Execution of Charles I

(0)
Fully resourced lesson on the trial and execution of Charles I. This lesson contains all the necessary contextual information, many different types of activities and a number of educational videos to accompany the lesson as it progresses. Thanks
The Black Death: Symptoms and Cures
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The Black Death: Symptoms and Cures

(0)
Complete lesson, designed for KS3, on the symptoms and cures of the Black Death. This lesson is clear and engaging, with information, different activities and educational videos contained throughout.
Persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany
HistoryHubHistoryHub

Persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany

(0)
Fully resourced lesson, designed for KS3, charting how life changed for Jews in Nazi Germany from 1933-1939. Some of the key focuses include… - Pre-Hitler comparisons (WW1 Jewish German Soldiers) - Boycotting of Businesses, 1933 - Book Burning , 1933 - Nuremberg Laws , 1935 - Berlin Olympics, 1936 - Kristallnacht, 1938 Relevant educational videos are also included throughout.
The Black Death
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The Black Death

3 Resources
Here I have bundled 3 lessons that cover all aspects of the Black Death and its effects. Each lesson has been designed for KS3 and is fully resourced. Lesson 1: Causes and Spread Lesson 2: Symptoms and Cures Lesson 3: Consequences Thanks for looking.
World War 2: The Battle of Britain
HistoryHubHistoryHub

World War 2: The Battle of Britain

(0)
Fully resourced lesson on the Battle of Britain. This lesson contains all the necessary contextual information, different types of activities and a number of educational videos to accompany the lesson as it progresses. Thanks
Jack the Ripper: Who were the Victims?
HistoryHubHistoryHub

Jack the Ripper: Who were the Victims?

(1)
Jack the Ripper: Who were the Victims? Designed for Key Stage 3, this is the second lesson in a unit on Jack the Ripper, leading students into an in-depth investigation exploring who the victims were.
Witches - Beliefs, Accusations, Witch Hunting and Trials (Pendle Case Study)
HistoryHubHistoryHub

Witches - Beliefs, Accusations, Witch Hunting and Trials (Pendle Case Study)

(0)
This is a comprehensive and fully resourced lesson that has been made as part of a unit of work on Stuart England, focusing on common beliefs, how people spotted witches, what people were accused of and the trials that the accused faced. The case study focus of the lesson is on the Pendle Witches. There are a number of differentiated activities, including a treasure hunt, an analysis of detailed case studies (all instructions provided) and a GCSE style question for embedding skills to name some. Relevant video clips are also included throughout.
What was the Wars of the Roses?
HistoryHubHistoryHub

What was the Wars of the Roses?

(0)
What was the Wars of the Roses? This lesson has been designed to provide KS3 students with an engaging introduction and overview of what the Wars of the Roses was and how it progressed before culminating in the Battle of Bosworth. Contextual information, reading, videos and activities are provided throughout. Thanks.
Restoration London - Plague, Fire and Enlightenment
HistoryHubHistoryHub

Restoration London - Plague, Fire and Enlightenment

(0)
Restoration London - Plague, Fire and Enlightenment This is a comprehensive, fully resourced lesson, covering three major events that followed the English Civil War. The Great Plague The Fire of London The Enlightenment It will take around 2-3 lessons to complete this. There are plenty of opportunities for reading through the information provided, many different types of activities and a number of accompanying videos. Thanks
The African Slave Trade: The Abolition of Slavery
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The African Slave Trade: The Abolition of Slavery

(0)
Complete lesson on the abolition of the slave trade, designed for Key Stage 3. This lesson is clear and easy to follow. Hyperlinked videos are included, as are a number of different activities for students to engage with. Recently updated for the new academic year, with new activities and videos included.
What is Bias?
HistoryHubHistoryHub

What is Bias?

(2)
Lesson designed for KS3 students, introducing the concept of Bias. The lesson is clear and easy to follow and is full of differentiated activities and discussion opportunities.
Jack the Ripper: Life in the East End of London
HistoryHubHistoryHub

Jack the Ripper: Life in the East End of London

(0)
Jack the Ripper: Life in the East End of London Designed for Key Stage 3, this is the first lesson in a unit on Jack the Ripper. It explores what life was like in the East End (Whitechapel) and why crime was easier to commit in this period. A variety of activities run throughout the lesson.
World War One: The Battle of the Somme, July 1916 - Interpretations Assessment
HistoryHubHistoryHub

World War One: The Battle of the Somme, July 1916 - Interpretations Assessment

(0)
Interpretations assessment on the Battle of the Somme, 1916. It is suitable for both KS3 and KS4 students This includes… - an instructional powerpoint to go through with students - the assessment and an assessment guidance sheet for students - an official marking grid with purple pen reflection activities linked to the demands of the new Edexcel GCSE (AO4). Full revised and improved for 2019
Edexcel GCSE History: The British Sector of the Western Front, 1914–18: Injuries, Treatment and the Trenches
HistoryHubHistoryHub

Edexcel GCSE History: The British Sector of the Western Front, 1914–18: Injuries, Treatment and the Trenches

5 Resources
Edexcel GCSE History: The British Sector of the Western Front, 1914–18: Injuries, Treatment and the Trenches • Lesson 1: The historical context of medicine in the early 20th century. • Lesson 2: The context of the British sector of the Western Front • Lesson 3: Conditions requiring medical treatment on the Western Front • Lesson 4: The work of the RAMC and FANY • Lesson 5: The significance of the Western Front for experiments in surgery & medicine Each lesson is fully resourced, covering all aspects of the specification and featuring in-depth information, activities, videos and exam practice throughout.
The Vietnam War: The TET Offensive
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The Vietnam War: The TET Offensive

(0)
The TET Offensive, 1968 - Complete informative lesson, including relevant hyperlinked videos. - Victory/Defeat sorting activity, leading into discussion - Reference is made to the GCSE Ferriby textbook for further reading.
Edexcel Weimar & Nazi Germany, Topic 4: Life in Nazi Germany, L4: Persecution of Minorities (Jews)
HistoryHubHistoryHub

Edexcel Weimar & Nazi Germany, Topic 4: Life in Nazi Germany, L4: Persecution of Minorities (Jews)

(0)
Edexcel GCSE History: Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-39 Topic 4: Life in Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 Lesson 4: The Persecution of Minorities Nazi racial beliefs and policies The treatment of minorities: Slavs, ‘gypsies’, homosexuals and those with disabilities. The persecution of the Jews, including the boycott of Jewish shops and businesses (1933), the Nuremberg Laws and Kristallnacht. This is a fully resourced lesson, covering all aspects of the specification and featuring in-depth information, activities, videos and exam practice throughout.
The History of Anti-Semitism
HistoryHubHistoryHub

The History of Anti-Semitism

(0)
The History of Anti-Semitism A very good introduction to a unit of work on the Holocaust, full of activities for students to engage with. Activities include... - Practical starter as students come in the classroom - Definition and discussion of Anti-Semitism - Relevant educational videos - Card sort activity: AD70 - 1945 covering Romans and Jerusalem, Muslims and Medina , English Nobles at Clifford's Tower in York and The Holocaust - Chronological Timeline Activity - Evidence throughout History activity - Extended writing task with the opportunity for peer marking - SMSC plenary activity