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Thank you for visiting Mr Kahlon's workshop! Below you will find a wide range of resources including differentiated and full lessons that work well in both primary and secondary education. Topics include British history 1066-present day, a selection of Geography and RE lessons and tips for new teachers. My resources are intended to give teachers the least amount of prep time necessary. You can easily print the attached resources, load the Power Point and away you go!

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Thank you for visiting Mr Kahlon's workshop! Below you will find a wide range of resources including differentiated and full lessons that work well in both primary and secondary education. Topics include British history 1066-present day, a selection of Geography and RE lessons and tips for new teachers. My resources are intended to give teachers the least amount of prep time necessary. You can easily print the attached resources, load the Power Point and away you go!
1066 differentiated activities pack EAL/SEN/Primary
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1066 differentiated activities pack EAL/SEN/Primary

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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
Relative morality- Utilitarianism and moral dilemmas
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Relative morality- Utilitarianism and moral dilemmas

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An engaging two-part lesson that looks to introduce students to Utilitarianism and evaluate it’s strengths and weaknesses. Included are: Dilemma cards for students to discuss and formulate opinions PowerPoint provided for two lessons strengths and weaknesses of this theory opportunity for peer/self-assessment visual ques and extension throughout Video included for two scenarios to engage students Can be used as part of a GCSE topic looking into ethics and moral dilemmas or as part of a key stage 3 SOW that looks into morality.
Nazi Germany: Why the German people voted for Hitler in 1932
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Nazi Germany: Why the German people voted for Hitler in 1932

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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
EAL/SEN Jack the Ripper and his victims worksheet
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EAL/SEN Jack the Ripper and his victims worksheet

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This worksheet is essentially for EAL/SEN/Lower ability students, ensuring they learn the key words in regards to Jack the Ripper. The worksheet covers his murders of the victims and information about them. Students must answer questions and there is a comprehension task. the worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Word search with keywords 3. Extension questions 4. Sentence creating task For the accompanying PowerPoint full lesson on Jack the Ripper and his victims with worksheets for more able, visit here If you are interested in more premium observation ready resources or need a starting base to build up your lessons, visit my shop here
EAL/SEN/Primary 1066- The Feudal system- Medieval England worksheet
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EAL/SEN/Primary 1066- The Feudal system- Medieval England worksheet

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This worksheet is essentially for EAL/SEN/Lower ability students, ensuring they learn the key words in regards to the The Feudal system, following William's victory at the Battle off Hastings (spoilers). Can work great in a series of lessons about The Battle of 1066 or in a primary environment. The worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Word search with keywords 3. Key word definition activity 4. Sentence creating task For more differentiated resources and a greater focus on the Battle of Hastings in 1066, check out my discounted bundle pack here For more time saving and engaging resources or full lessons, please visit and explore my shop here
EAL/SEN/Primary Black Death Full Lesson
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EAL/SEN/Primary Black Death Full Lesson

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This PowerPoint lesson and worksheet is essentially for EAL/SEN/Lower ability students, ensuring they learn the key words and basic outlines of the Black Death. The lesson particularly can be used with lower ability students in a primary or secondary setting. The Powerpoint includes: 1. Pictures along side key words 2. clearly defined tasks 3. Extension questions for more able the worksheet includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Word search with keywords 3. Video questions ( link included on worksheet and Powerpoint) 4. Drama activity that has been differentiated 4. Comprehension task Separate differentiated student guides for the drama activity. For more differentiated and full lessons in the Medieval Britain period that can help save you time with planning and 9 hours of lessons that cover 1066-1650, check out my discounted bundle sale here For more print and go resources and full lessons, please visit and explore my shop here
EAL/SEN Life in the Trenches Worksheet World War One
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EAL/SEN Life in the Trenches Worksheet World War One

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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
EAL/SEN/Lower ability worksheet for the Death Penalty
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EAL/SEN/Lower ability worksheet for the Death Penalty

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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
Local History project: Leicester and Loughborough
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Local History project: Leicester and Loughborough

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Two lessons introducing the key events in the past of both Loughborough and Leicester. activities include: Class reading information sheets Timeline Question and answer Lesson plan that can be adapted to both lessons Extension activities for more able
GCSE lesson - Christian beliefs- life after death and the role of judgement
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GCSE lesson - Christian beliefs- life after death and the role of judgement

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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
 Evacuation during WW2 (The Homefront)
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Evacuation during WW2 (The Homefront)

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Lesson on Evacuation during WW2. Fantastic lessons to introduce students the effects of war on the British home front. Included are: powerpoint presentation lesson plan information sheet extension activities For more World War Two resources and lessons, check out my discounted bundle pack here For more excellent resources that are hands on and engaging, please visit my shop here For the video included in the lesson- It is based on the first 10 minutes of Good Night Mr Tom. If the link does not work ,please follow this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeRo2vTYlJI or a quick search should bring you to the film on YouTube.
EAL/SEN/Primary The Blitz cartoon strip worksheet WW2
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EAL/SEN/Primary The Blitz cartoon strip worksheet WW2

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A very simple and straightforward worksheet for The Blitz during World War Two. 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 World War Two resources, check out my four lesson bundle Here For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop Here
Queen Mary l- Bloody or misunderstood? - Tudor England full lesson
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Queen Mary l- Bloody or misunderstood? - Tudor England full lesson

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This worksheet and activity lesson is an in-depth analysis of Queen Mary l's legacy and our interpretation of her as Queen of England. Students will examine some of the key events of her reign with a focus on whether she is a misunderstood or bloody queen. 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 Worksheet for differentiated card sort provided also. For More Tudor themed lessons, please take a look at my Tudor England Bundle Here For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop Here
1066 Battle of Hastings EAL worksheet
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1066 Battle of Hastings EAL worksheet

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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
The War of the Roses and King Richard III
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The War of the Roses and King Richard III

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Two lessons on King Richard III and The War of the Roses. Included: Two Powerpoints Two sets of worksheets Family Tree Two Lesson plans. Excellent resources for an introduction to King Richard III or the War of the Roses. helps students understand the differences between the two families (family tree) and the evolution and transformation of the Tudor Rose. Basically two lessons for the price of one! For Medieval themed lessons and resources, check out my 1066-1650 Bundle here For more excellent resources that are hands on and engaging, please visit my shop here
EAL/SEN suffering worksheet
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EAL/SEN suffering worksheet

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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
The Great Plague GCSE lesson
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The Great Plague GCSE lesson

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This lesson aims at consolidating students’ knowledge of the Renaissance period through the use of a group activity. The lesson focuses on the Great plague. The lesson is part of the OCR unit Medicine through time depth study. Included are: PowerPoint presentation lesson plan picture starter video questions Great Plague information sheet For differentiated Medieval themed lessons and resources, check out my discounted bundle pack here For more fantastic resources and full lessons, please visit my shop here
EAL/SEN/Primary Henry II and Thomas Beckett cartoon strip
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EAL/SEN/Primary Henry II and Thomas Beckett cartoon strip

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A very simple and straightforward worksheet for Henry ll and Thomas Beckett. 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 Medieval and Tudor resources, check out my multiple lessons bundle here For more great resources that are child friendly and engaging, please visit my shop here
EAL/SEN/Lower ability 1066 Cartoon Strip
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EAL/SEN/Lower ability 1066 Cartoon Strip

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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
GCSE lesson - The womens protest movements of the 1960s in America
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GCSE lesson - The womens protest movements of the 1960s in America

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This lesson looks to prepare students for a GCSE question on women and the protest movements of the 1960s in America. The lesson looks to analyse the National organisation for Women (NOW) and The Women’s Liberation Movement. The Successes and limitations of the protest movements will be considered via a card sort activity. There is differentiation for SEN/ EAL students. Included are: A lower card sort activity PowerPoint presentation higher ability card sort activity Information sheet Mark scheme to help students answer the 8 mark GCSE question The resource works best with the WJEC GCSE History: The USA 1910-1929 and Germany 1919-1947 (WJHI) Paperback book, however the information sheet can be used just as well ( which is provided) For more ready-to-go resources and full lessons, please visit my shop here