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I am a High School History teacher but have lots of different resources coming soon including Geography, PSHE and citizenship lessons and ones that are cross curricular.

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I am a High School History teacher but have lots of different resources coming soon including Geography, PSHE and citizenship lessons and ones that are cross curricular.
The Christmas Day Truce
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The Christmas Day Truce

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The main task is to answer source questions about the Christmas Day Truce and then to write a football commentary about it. There is level criteria which can be adjusted accordingly. The Sainsbury's advert from 2014 also would be good to play with this lesson. There are lots of questions for good questioning prompts on here about the moral situation the children faced. Learning Objectives: To investigate the events of the Christmas day Truce and to produce a football commentary showing the events.
The Civil Rights Movement-Malcolm X
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The Civil Rights Movement-Malcolm X

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Learning Objectives: To find out who as Malcolm X and why was he different in his approach to Martin Luther King. Word of the lesson: Black Nationalism The main tasks are to find out about Malcolm X and his background. This lesson was intended for year 8 pupils but can be adapted for older. There are source tasks and level criteria to accompany this. The dragon indicates that pupils should use point, evidence ad explanation.
Medieval Food
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Medieval Food

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Learning Objectives: To investigate what food medieval people ate. To compare and contrast the differences between a rich person’s diet and a poor person’s diet. To create a menu for a medieval banquet. Word of the lesson: Banquet (A big feast!) The main tasks are source questions on looking at medieval food and then to produce a medieval menu. There is success criteria and writing frames.
Medieval Village Bundle
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Medieval Village Bundle

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Three lessons all containing PowerPoints and Resources. There are writing frames and there is level criteria where appropriate. Lesson 1-A Medieval Village Lesson 2-Who lived in a Medieval Village? Lesson 3- Jobs in a Medieval Village
Medieval Life
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Medieval Life

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There is a huge range of lessons on Medieval life and all contain a powerpoint, worksheets, example answers, writing frames and level criteria. Lesson 1-Medieval Town Lesson 2-Medieval Football Lesson 3-Medieval Food Lesson 4- Medieval Crime and Punishment Lesson 5-Medieval Medicine Lesson 6-Medieval Women
Roman Life-How did the Romans live? Roman Estate Agent Task
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Roman Life-How did the Romans live? Roman Estate Agent Task

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Pupils produce a piece of descriptive writing based on sources of a Roman Villa with a target audience of a rich roman. Differentiated examples and writing frame provided. One worksheet is the Estate agent template. Learning Objectives: To investigate how the Romans lived.
AQA 8145 Health and the People: Vesalius, Pare, Harvey and Sydenham
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AQA 8145 Health and the People: Vesalius, Pare, Harvey and Sydenham

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Four lessons in one looking at four of the key individuals in Rensaissance medicine. Lesson 1-Vesalius Learning Objectives: To understand how Vesalius contributed to the development of medicine. Comes with a worksheet and a table to complete which follows the theme of a significance exam question and an example part of a significance exam question. Lesson 2-Pare and Harvey (Two lessons) Learning Objectives: To understand the significance that Ambroise Paré and William Harvey had to the development of medicine. Comes with two worksheets and tables to complete on each individual. Two homework significance questions. Lesson 3-Thomas Sydenham Learning Objectives: To assess the significance of Sydenham in the development of medicine during the Renaissance. Comes with an information sheet and knowledge planner about Sydenham. Compare practice exam question about Sydenham and Harvey.
New Inventions of the Industrial Revolution
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New Inventions of the Industrial Revolution

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Learning Objectives: To find out what were the new inventions of the Industrial Revolution and how did they change people’s lives. Word of the lesson: Invention. The main task is to use the information. You are going to create a poster/table on how new inventions changes people’s lives. For each invention: What was it called? Who invented it? When was it invented? What did it do? How did it change people’s lives? Then answer the 'big picture' question 'How do you think railways changed life in Britain?'
Slavery-The Slave Trade and life for Slaves
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Slavery-The Slave Trade and life for Slaves

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Lesson1-What is Slavery Lesson 2-The Atlantic Slave Trade Lesson 3-The Middle Passage Lesson 4-The Middle Passage part 2 Lesson 5-Slave Auctions Lesson 6-Slave Diary Assessment Lesson 7-Life on the Plantations Lesson 8-Slave Punishments Lesson 9-Two different abolition of Slavery lessons Lesson 10-Did life improve for Black Americans after Slavery ended? Slave Interview Homework Each lesson contains detailed resources, with each one having a PowerPoint and Worksheets. There is level criteria and writing frames in every lesson where required.
America in the 1920's-The roaring 20s
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America in the 1920's-The roaring 20s

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This has a whole series of lessons on 1920's USA Lesson 1-The Roaring Twenties Lesson 2-Racism in 1920's USA Lesson 3-Immigration Lesson 4-Prohibition Lesson 5-Gangsters and crime Lesson 6-Mass Production Lesson 7-Hollywood and the cinema Lesson 8-Assessment Each lesson is detailed with worksheets and a PowerPoint and has writing frames and level or success criteria.
The Romans
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The Romans

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A huge bundle with a series of lessons on the Romans and Roman life. Lesson 1-The story of how the Roman Empire began. Lesson 2- The Roman Empire Lesson 3- Skills for the Roman Army Lesson 4-Roman Army Lesson 5- How did the Romans live? Lesson 6-A Roman City Lesson 7-Roman Entertainment Lesson 8-Roman Food Lesson 9-Roman women Lesson 10-Roman Religion pre Christianity. All lessons have a PowerPoint and resources with level criteria, example answers and writing frames where appropriate. This includes the homework.
The Causes Of The First World War-The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand
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The Causes Of The First World War-The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand

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How did 2 bullets lead to 20 million deaths? Learning objectives: To investigate how 2 bullets led to 20 million deaths and examine the events leading up to the start of the First World War. The main tasks are to watch a clip of the events and then to create a storyboard showing the events. Use with Horrible Histories 'Frightful First World War' as well which explains the causes.
AQA 8145 Health and the People Chapter 2
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AQA 8145 Health and the People Chapter 2

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Lesson 1-The Renaissance Lesson 2-Vesalius Lesson 3-Pare and Harvey Lesson 4-Sydenham Lesson 5-John Hunter Lesson 6-Were people more likely to survive surgery? Lesson 7-How scientific was 17th and 18th century medicine? Lesson 8-The Great Plague Lesson 9-Jenner and prevention of disease Lesson 10-Renaissance hospitals. Each lesson contains a PowerPoint with tasks and exam style questions, a worksheet with information and activity sheets.
Remembrance Day
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Remembrance Day

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A PowerPoint with discussion points and information on Remembrance Day. The image shows an example from the slides. Includes a slide with an image from Knowsley which could be changed to any locality. Why do we remember? Why do we wear a Poppy?
The Liberal Reformers lesson 1-Poverty in 1900's Britain.
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The Liberal Reformers lesson 1-Poverty in 1900's Britain.

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Learning Objectives: To understand what is poverty, and why people were so poor in Britain in 1900. This lesson could be good background for an introduction to the Liberal Reformers but also just a background about poverty in Britain at the end of the Victorian era. The starter tasks explore what the concept of poverty is and the idea of what poverty in 190- would mean. The main task is to classify information into categories with what pupils have found out about different aspects of life in poverty, and they use the worksheet to do this. There is level criteria which can be amended to fit with the new frameworks.
Young Elizabeth I
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Young Elizabeth I

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Learning objectives: To investigate who was Elizabeth I and how her life as a young woman made her in to the Queen she became. The main tasks are to complete a classification task finding out about different areas of Elizabeth's life and then a source question using PEE.
Abolition of Slavery
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Abolition of Slavery

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***To claim £3 free to spend in my shop, go to TES/redeem, type in the code LBONNESEN-544. Offer ends on Friday 11th November!!!!!*** Learning Objectives: To investigate the reasons why Slavery was abolished. Word of the lesson: Abolition (To end something) The main task is a card sort with different campaigners who fought to end slavery and pupils categorise them. This card sort is from the TES but the PowerPoint is mine. Pupils then make a decision as to which group put more pressure into achieving the abolition or was it a combination of actions. There is level criteria to go with this.
The Middle Passage
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The Middle Passage

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Learning objectives; To investigate what was the middle passage?. There is a source question at the start encouraging pupils to interpret what the source implies about slavery. The main tasks are to answer source questions and there is level criteria provided. This is part 1 of a lesson learning about the middle passage. Part 2 lesson is available to buy from my shop.