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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.
AQA 8145 Health and the People-The Germ Theory-Miasma, Louis Pasteur and Joseph Lister

AQA 8145 Health and the People-The Germ Theory-Miasma, Louis Pasteur and Joseph Lister

Two lessons- the first one covers the misconceptions around germs causing disease and how people’s beliefs started to change, the second lesson focuses on the work of Pasteur and Lister. Lesson 1: Learning Objectives: To understand what people in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries believed about germs and how those beliefs started to change. Worksheet and content organiser on beliefs about Germs before the Germ Theory. Lesson 2: Learning Objectives: To understand how Pasteur and Lister were significant to the development of medicine. Information and tables for each, two examples of exam style questions, a source and a significance.
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AQA 8145 Health and the People - Pain relief in the 19th century-James Simpson

AQA 8145 Health and the People - Pain relief in the 19th century-James Simpson

Learning Objectives: To understand how anaesthetics were first formed and to assess the initial impact that they had. Examines surgery in the 19th century and how it was starting to change. James Simpson and Chloroform and the impact. This examines how surgery began to change and there is a separate lesson which reviews all of the changes.
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AQA 8145 Health and the People- Robert Koch

AQA 8145 Health and the People- Robert Koch

Learning Objectives: To decide how significant Robert Koch was to the development of medicine in the 19th century. Worksheet and background on England in 1900 and a table and worksheet on Koch and the significance of his investigations. Follows the AQA Health and the People c1000-Present GCSE spec.
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AQA 8145 Edward Jenner

AQA 8145 Edward Jenner

Learning Objectives: To understand the impact that Edward Jenner had to the development of medicine. Information linking to modern day smallpox issues and the debate around MMR and then focus on Jenner’s contribution to the development of medicine. Includes a significance exam style question and examining the long term and short term significance of Jenner. Includes ‘knowledge organiser’ for notes and a detailed information sheet.
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AQA 8145 Health and the People Chapter 2

AQA 8145 Health and the People Chapter 2

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.
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AQA 8145 Elizabethan exploration

AQA 8145 Elizabethan exploration

Learning Objectives: To examine the background reasons why exploration began to take place in Elizabethan England. Information booklet of the reasons for exploration and tasks such as spider diagram. Practice exam question plan on exploration.
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AQA 8145 Health and the People: Vesalius, Pare, Harvey and Sydenham

AQA 8145 Health and the People: Vesalius, Pare, Harvey and Sydenham

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.
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AQA 8145 Health and the People-Part Two-  Renaissance Surgery and How scientific? (Two lessons)

AQA 8145 Health and the People-Part Two- Renaissance Surgery and How scientific? (Two lessons)

Two lessons Lesson 1- Examining whether surgery has improved since the medieval time? Learning Objectives: To compare Medieval Surgery to Renaissance surgery and decide if people were more likely to survive? A source question and questions with an information sheet to complete, with a table to assess what had changed. Lesson 2-How scientific was Renaissance Medicine? Learning Objectives: To asses how scientific Renaissance medicine was. An information sheet and a knowledge organiser sheet. Focusing on the role of quack doctors.
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AQA Health and the people-John Hunter

AQA Health and the people-John Hunter

Learning Objectives: To understand how John Hunter was significant in the development of medicine during the Renaissance period. Mystery task based around John Hunter collecting the Irish Giant’s skeleton. (Also includes the information sheet which contains the same information as the mystery task in more detail) Focuses around the exam skill of significance.
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AQA 8145-Health and the People The Great Plague

AQA 8145-Health and the People The Great Plague

Learning Objectives: To understand what the Great Plague was and to compare and contrast the decisions which were made to stop the Plague spreading to those made for the Black Death in 1348. This lesson is based around the GCSE comparison skill and examines the events of the Plague by comparing it to the Black Death which they have already studied (So it is a revision and linking task) There is then a compare exam question based around the two topics.
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Medieval Food

Medieval Food

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.
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Medieval Life

Medieval Life

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
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A Medieval Town

A Medieval Town

Learning Objectives: To find out what life was like in a Medieval Town. The main task is to use the picture to do a description of the medieval town and incorporate explanation. There is level criteria and there are writing frames to aid this task. There is another task to look at the positives and negatives of a medieval town. This is intended as a year 7 or younger lesson, level criteria can be adapted to match new frameworks.
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New Inventions of the Industrial Revolution

New Inventions of the Industrial Revolution

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?'
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The Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall

Learning Objectives: To investigate why the Berlin Wall was set up and why it fell in 1989. To work as a team to create a timeline to show the events. Word of the lesson: Freedom This lesson is designed as a one off lesson at the end of studying World War II for year 9 but it can be adapted. The main task is to work as a team and plot the events on a big timeline.
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Medieval Religion

Medieval Religion

This includes four lesson son Medieval Religion and one free lesson. All resources include a PowerPoint, resources, level criteria and writing frames. Lesson 1-How important wad the church in Medieval England? Lesson 2- Who were Henry and Thomas Becket? Lesson 3-The murder of Thomas Becket Lesson 4-Life in a Medieval Monastery Lesson 5-Medieval Church Festivals
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Elizabeth I AQA 8145- Who was Elizabeth I? Background

Elizabeth I AQA 8145- Who was Elizabeth I? Background

Learning Objectives: To investigate who was Elizabeth I and to start investigate the context when she became Queen. Background starter task What we remember about Elizabeth table Information about Henry's reign Elizabeth source Tudor town source Structure of the government brief picture
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AQA 8145 Elizabeth I- Portraits and the Cult of Personality

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I- Portraits and the Cult of Personality

Learning objectives: To investigate how Elizabeth controlled her image and created a ‘Cult of personality’. This lesson examines the portraits of Elizabeth and how she used these to control her image. Task on methods of controlling her image and portraits task with information on each portrait.
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AQA 8145 Elizabeth I-The Spanish Armada

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I-The Spanish Armada

Learning Objectives: To investigate why the conflict with Spain was significant in Elizabethan England and how it threatened Elizabeth’s leadership. Spanish Armada mystery clues and detailed information.
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