Nazi Germany: Why the German people voted for Hitler in 1932

Nazi Germany: Why the German people voted for Hitler in 1932

Excellent resource which looks at the reasons why people voted for Hitler in 1932. The main activity which is collaboration based, looks to reveal to students Hitler's mass appeal and his dislike for minorities. This lesson can also be used as to show the transition of the democratic Wiemar Republic to Hitlers Nazi dictatorship. Perfect for observation or interviews! Included are: power point lesson worksheet standalone lesson worksheet ( for students without a book) character cards- for the main activity to encourage discussion and judgement For more World War Two resources and lessons, check out my discounted bundle pack here For more differentiated resources and full lessons that are hands on and engaging, please visit my shop here
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Four World War Two lessons bundle

Four World War Two lessons bundle

Save on prep time by buying Four excellent World War Two lessons, that are well resourced and engaging. Reflective opportunities throughout. Included are: 1. Introduction to Hitler and World War Two. 2. Why do we learn about World War Two- The Holocaust 3. Why did the Germans Vote for Hitter in 1932?- Card sort activity with reflective opportunities 4. Evacuation during World War Two For more print and go resources or full lessons, please visit and explore my shop here
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1066 Battle of Hastings EAL worksheet

1066 Battle of Hastings EAL worksheet

This worksheet is essentially for EAL students, ensuring they learn the key words in regards to the Battle of Hastings and the fight for the throne in 1066. the worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Word search with keywords 3. Key word definition activity 4. Sentence fill in with 1066 key points For more differentiated 1066 resources, check out my discounted bundle pack here For more great engaging resources or full lessons, please visit and explore my shop here
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EAL/SEN/Lower ability worksheet for the Death Penalty

EAL/SEN/Lower ability worksheet for the Death Penalty

A differentiated worksheet designed to keep EAL/SEN/Lower ability students engaged for the full 60 minute lesson. The activities include: Key words defined with pictures a very challenging word search involving key words matching definition activity A paired activity that will involve speaking a challenging reading and comprehension activity
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EAL/SEN suffering worksheet

EAL/SEN suffering worksheet

A basic worksheet with three/four activities to help engage EAL/SEN/Lower ability students with the concept of suffering. The lesson is based on the RS GCSE curriculum but can easily be adapted to Key Stage Three or Two. Included are: Word search matching exercise with pictures Key words defined with pictures sentence scaffolding with pictures differentiated tasks
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GCSE lesson - Christian beliefs- life after death and the role of judgement

GCSE lesson - Christian beliefs- life after death and the role of judgement

An excellent, well resourced and developed GCSE lesson which looks to introduce students to Christian beliefs on life after death. The main activity looks to reveal to students the difficultly in making a judgement on modern Christian's after life destination based on Biblical quotes on how to lead your life. SMSC has been considered with reflection opportunities within the lesson, with a focus on core British Values such as tolerance. This lesson can also be used in key stage 3 because of the fantastic resources provided but in consideration for Key stage four, there is GCSE question based on AQA spec A with an opportunity for peer-assessment. included are: power point lesson worksheet standalone lesson worksheet ( for students without a book)- or teacher interview character/judgement cards- for the main activity Challenge box extensions throughout Sentence starter scaffolding for GCSE question
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1066 BOH- What happened next? - Problem solving for William Duke of Normandy

1066 BOH- What happened next? - Problem solving for William Duke of Normandy

This full lesson on the aftermath of the Battle of Hastings is part of the 1066 unit of study and would work well for both Primary or secondary students. The lesson focuses on the aftermath of the battle and the problems William had. It askes students to identify the problems through the analysis of a literacy piece and then evaluate a range of solutions for each of the problem. Finally students will be asked to justify their solutions through a writing piece and a plenary that looks to engage and build confidence. The activities have been build with Blooms taxonomy in mind and there is differentiation through for lower ability students and challenge questions for higher ability students. the worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Sentence fill in with 1066 key points 3.Card sort activity with solutions for Williams problems 4. Literacy piece with Williams problems 5. writing frame for plenary For a complete 1066-1650 Medieval England lessons bundle visit here For more fantastic differentiated resources and full lessons visit my shop here
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EAL/SEN Life in the Trenches Worksheet World War One

EAL/SEN Life in the Trenches Worksheet World War One

A very simple and straightforward worksheet for Life in the Trenches during World War One. The worksheet is essentially for EAL/SEN/Lower ability students who require a focus on learning key words associated with the topic and basic comprehension tasks. This can work very well within primary history. A print and go resource! Included: 1. Key word search and match up with pictures 2. Differentiated source analysis 3. Comprehension task 4. Reflective challenge questions For more World War One resources, check out my four lesson bundle here For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop here
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Jack the Ripper and his victims  full lesson

Jack the Ripper and his victims full lesson

An introductory lesson to Jack the Ripper and his brutal murders during the Victorian period. This lesson can be used as a precursor to a Victorian Crime Unit of Study or a series of lessons examining the murders of Jack the Ripper, starting with the victims. The main task is collaboration based and asks students to investigate each of the victim and infer what we can learn about the Murderer from the details of his/her victims. Included are: PowerPoint- differentiated challenge tasks/ visual prompts to help the less able Table grid for students to complete Worksheet- Information on the victims of Jack the Ripper This lesson is also part of a Jack the Ripper resource bundle, making great savings and reducing prep time. Check out the bundle here For more excellent print-and-go resources and full lessons, please visit and explore my shop Here
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Queen Elizabeth and her Middle Way-Tudor England lesson

Queen Elizabeth and her Middle Way-Tudor England lesson

This worksheet and activity lesson is an in-depth analysis of Queen Elizabeth l's Middle way and her legacy as Queen of England. Students will examine some of the early problems of her reign, with a key focus on the clash between Catholics and Protestants and the solutions she came up with. Included are: 1. PowerPoint with Pictures along side key words 2. clearly defined tasks that are differentiated with visual prompts/aid/sentence starters 3. Differentiated tasks for less able and more able 5. Card sort activity to encourage student engagement with peers 5.Essay writing task with peer assessment 6. Analysis of Historical sources of Elizabeth's Legacy Worksheet for differentiated card sort provided also. To save time with lesson planning, take advantage of my discounted series of lessons based on the Tudors , in my discounted Bundle Pack Here For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop Here
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1066 differentiated activities pack EAL/SEN/Primary

1066 differentiated activities pack EAL/SEN/Primary

The worksheets included in this bundle are designed to engage EAL/SEN/Lower ability students. It is very much based on the acquisition of key words related to the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and exploring some of the reasons why William won (Spoilers) within differentiated activities that provide scaffolding and some challenge tasks. Works well in three one- hour lessons and in a primary setting. Included are: 1. Word search with key words and pictures 2. Paired/collaboration activities 3. Comprehension tasks with sentence starters 4. Cartoon strip to help bring out creativity. For more differentiated resources and full lessons, please visit my shop Here
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EAL/SEN/Primary Reasons why William won the Battle of Hastings 1066

EAL/SEN/Primary Reasons why William won the Battle of Hastings 1066

This worksheet is essentially for EAL/SEN/Primary students, ensuring they learn the key words in regards to the Battle of Hastings and reasons why William won the Battle. the worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Sentence fill in with 1066 key points 3.Card sort activity with reasons why William won For the precursor EAL/SEN/primary 1066 key points from the Battle of Hastings worksheet please visit here For a complete 1066-1650 Medieval England lessons bundle visit here For more fantastic differentiated resources and full lessons visit my shop href="https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Kahlonsworkshop">here
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EAL/SEN/Lower ability Jack the Ripper Wiki page

EAL/SEN/Lower ability Jack the Ripper Wiki page

This worksheet is essentially for EAL/SEN/lower ability students, aiming to provide a template in which students can use the knowledge they have learnt from a previous lesson on Jack the Ripper to create a informative Wiki page on the killer. Key words and sentences provided . An effective print and go resource! For more differentiated resources and full lessons, please visit my shop here
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EAL/SEN/Lower ability 1066 Cartoon Strip

EAL/SEN/Lower ability 1066 Cartoon Strip

This worksheet is essentially for EAL students, ensuring they learn the key words in regards to the Battle of Hastings and the fight for the throne in 1066. A basic and effective print and go resource! For more differentiated resources and full lessons, please visit my shop Here
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1066-1500- Medieval diseases and Black Death - Full interactive lesson

1066-1500- Medieval diseases and Black Death - Full interactive lesson

An excellent EAL friendly, well-resourced and developed History lesson which looks to introduce students to Medieval understanding of disease and possible treatments based on information from the time period. The main activity looks to reveal to students the difficultly in making a judgement on which types of diseases were treated with the cures at the time, based on down right ridiculous Medieval beliefs! Great as a follow up to the Black Death or as a precursor lesson. SMSC has been considered with reflection opportunities within the main activity, such as should doctors morally treat ALL patients regardless of social status? This lesson can also be used for a possible observation/interview or where students do not have their own books, as stand alone work booklet for students is provided. Included are: • power point ��� lesson worksheet • standalone lesson worksheet ( for students without a book)- or teacher interview • character cards- for the main activity • Challenge box extensions throughout • A3 doctors note sheet for the main activity • lesson plan Very well resourced - print and go ready! For more fantastic resources and full lessons, please visit and explore my shop here
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Four lesson Jack the Ripper EAL/SEN pack

Four lesson Jack the Ripper EAL/SEN pack

This discounted pack consists of one full Jack the Ripper lesson that looks to introduce students to the persona of Jack the Ripper and basic facts about his murders. Then there are three differentiated worksheets for EAL/SEN students that consists of: 1. Jack the Ripper and his Victims worksheet- Key words with pictures and scaffolding activity. 2.Jack the Ripper and the suspects- Key information about the potential suspects and creative arts activity. 3. Jack the Ripper Wiki page- Students use their knowledge from this pack to create a updated informative Wiki Page. Useful bundle that looks to engage students for four hours worth of lessons and save on planning time. For more fantastic print and go resources and full lessons, please visit and explore my shop here
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Full Tudor Monarchs lessons/ differentiated resources bundle

Full Tudor Monarchs lessons/ differentiated resources bundle

Save prep time by buying three fantastic full lessons on the Tudor Monarchs and differentiated resources alongside them: 1. Henry Vlll- His break up with the Catholic Church- reasons and interactive collaboration tasks -Full lesson 2.Queen Mary l- Bloody or misunderstood queen?- Card sort - Full lesson 3. Queen Elizabeth- How did she balance Protestant and Catholic demands?- card sort- Full lesson Also included are three EAL/SEN differentiation sheets with clearly defined tasks/ word search with key words/ scaffolding and challenge tasks covering the three Monarchs. For more print and go resources and full lessons, please visit and explore my shop
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EAL/SEN Crime and punishment in Industrial Britain cartoon strip

EAL/SEN Crime and punishment in Industrial Britain cartoon strip

A very simple and straightforward worksheet for Crime and punishment in Industrial Britain. The cartoon strip has key words missing with statements that students must complete. Very useful for SEN/EAL/ Lower ability students or can work very well within primary history. A print and go resource! For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop here
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EAL/SEN The story of Al Capone cartoon strip worksheet

EAL/SEN The story of Al Capone cartoon strip worksheet

A very simple and straightforward worksheet for The story of Al Capone during the gangster era of America's Prohibition time period. The cartoon strip has key words missing with statements that students must complete. Very useful for SEN/EAL/ Lower ability students. A print and go resource! For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop here
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Card sort: Who and why did people vote for Hitler in 1932?

Card sort: Who and why did people vote for Hitler in 1932?

Excellent resource which looks at the reasons why people voted for Hitler in 1932. The main activity looks to reveal to students Hitler's mass appeal and his dislike for minorities. Included are: lesson worksheet- students to fill in table with challenge questions character cards- for the main activity - Students to work in pairs and analysis the different groups and their reasons for voting/not voting for Hitler Very simple print and go resource! For the full lesson with PowerPoint, please visit here For more fantastic resources and lessons, please visit my shop here
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EAL/SEN/Lower ability Jack the Ripper suspects worksheet

EAL/SEN/Lower ability Jack the Ripper suspects worksheet

This worksheet is essentially for EAL/SEN/lower ability students, aiming to provide an activity based on using information from witness statements about potential Jack the Ripper suspects and asking students to creatively draw suspect portraits on stick men. Simple but effective activity to engage students about the difficulty in identifying Jack the Ripper based on witness information. An effective print and go resource! For more differentiated resources and full lessons, please visit my shop here
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EAL/SEN/Primary Henry Vlll and the break up with the Catholic Church worksheet and activity

EAL/SEN/Primary Henry Vlll and the break up with the Catholic Church worksheet and activity

This worksheet and activity lesson is essentially for EAL/SEN/Primary students, ensuring they learn the key reasons for why Henry Vlll broke up the Catholic Church. The Worksheet includes: 1. Pictures along side key words 2. clearly defined tasks that are differentiated with visual prompts/aid/sentence starters 3. Interactive video activity 5. Card sort activity to encourage student engagement with peers 5.Essay writing task with peer assessment Worksheet for differentiated card sort provided also. For the accompanying PowerPoint and extension activities for more able, please visit Here For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop Here
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Spanish Armada  EAL worksheet

Spanish Armada EAL worksheet

This worksheet is essentially for EAL students, ensuring they learn the key words in regards to the Spanish Armada. the worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Word search with keywords 3. Video Q/A differentiated with link 4. Sentence fill in with key points- Comprehension task 5. Challenge activity
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Consequences of the Spanish Armada EAL worksheet

Consequences of the Spanish Armada EAL worksheet

This worksheet is essentially for EAL students, ensuring they learn the key words in regards to the Spanish Armada with a focus on it's consequences. This worksheet would be best attempted after completing the introduction to the Spanish Armada worksheet link below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-armada-eal-worksheet-11560119 Or by stronger ability EAL students. the worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Word search with keywords 3. Source Analysis with scaffolding 4. Essay writing activity with scaffolding
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