HOUSE OF TUDOR-WINDSOR
Classroom posters and also great for specific lessons. I have these around my classroom and they help pupils identify different time periods and raises enquiry.
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This resource contains two sets of assessments from the OCR GCSE 9-1 course.
UNIT 1 has questions on Criminal Psychology, Psychological problems, Development & Research Methods.
Unit 2 has questions on Social Psychology, Memory, Sleeping and dreaming and Research methods.
I have not uploaded a mark scheme, but if you need guidance, you can use the OCR 9-1 Psychology Textbook.
In this resource, you get PPT Lessons from the Sleeping and dreaming topic. The lessons cover the key concepts on sleep, neuropsychology and Freud’s theory of dreaming. Furthermore, this resource goes well with the Sleeping and Dreaming Checklist.
In this resource you get the OCR Psychology 9-1 Criminal Psychology & Social Psychology Practice Papers. This resource will help your GCSE pupils to consolidate their learning. Both papers also include a section on research methods.
This resource follows the GCSE OCR Psychology 9-1. This resource comes with a lesson plan, PPT. and worksheets on defining criminal behaviour and the different types of crime. You simply need to deliver the lesson! Great at year 10 but also relevant for year 11 revision.
This quiz has four rounds to which you can also add more categories! There is a movie round, general knowledge round, logo round & name the flag. It This worked well with pupils from year 7-9. I have put the answers as well and feel free to add more rounds! Hope you enjoy!
This resource explores some of the causes of the First World War. It contains a lesson plan & some worksheets on Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism. A great resource that would work well as a one off introduction to the First World War or as part of a series of lessons on the First World War.
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This resource contains the Key Stage 3 &4 History Assessment Tracker. However this template can be used and customized for other subjects as well. You can add multiple classes and can edit the assessment levels to what ever system your school is currently using. Furthermore, the document consists of a CWG (Current Working Grade), TG (Target Grade) and whether pupils are currently working towards the Expected Standard (5 at GCSE).
This assessment tracking grid, aligns well with the change from National Curriculum levels.
I hope it is helpful, feel free to leave me some feedback!
Instead of delivering lessons on the reasons why the Cold War begun, why not allow students investigate and acquire knowledge for themselves! Not only will it massively help students research, investigating and writing skills but it will also free you up with some time to do other things!
I did this with my year 9 class and it worked well! It took a bit of motivating but once they got over the thought of writing an extended piece of essay, they flourished, some even writing 3,000 words!
The idea is to introduce it as a project, with you delivering an intro into the Cold War and pointing them down the right route.
The resource includes a source pack which students can use to reference their sources (I taught mine how to use footnotes and make a bibliography too!) a time line for their work but you can edit that and decide how long you would like them to spend on it. I have also included a success criteria with three levels, but you can add an extra one if needed.
I have not included a lesson plan, because you wont really need it, once you get the students rolling, you can just check up on them to see how they are progressing. This is a great opportunity to challenge some students and to also push the Gifted and Talented.
If you have any questions of queries please don’t hesitate to contact me!!