AQA 8145 Health and the People-Medieval Doctors

AQA 8145 Health and the People-Medieval Doctors

Learning Objectives: To understand the role of a barber surgeon, and who Medieval people would be treated by. Information on who people were treated by and a case study and source on John Arderne. Detailed worksheets and source task with question boxes to answer around.
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AQA 8145 Elizabeth-Catholic threats

AQA 8145 Elizabeth-Catholic threats

Learning Objectives: To understand which threats Elizabeth was facing from Catholics. Examines threats from the Jesuits and contains a table task to complete. Contains a worksheet with detailed information.
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AQA 8145-Elizabeth's threat from the Puritans and the 'Middle Way'

AQA 8145-Elizabeth's threat from the Puritans and the 'Middle Way'

Learning Objectives: To investigate what threats Elizabeth faced from the Puritans and how she dealt with them. To come to a judgement. This lesson focuses on the threat faced by the Puritans and then overall judgement on how Elizabeth dealt with the religious threats. Comes with a detailed information sheet.
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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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AQA 8145 Elizabeth I- Mary Queen of Scots

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I- Mary Queen of Scots

Learning Objectives: To investigate the background of Mary Queen of Scots and why she was a threat to Elizabeth. To investigate the plots Mary was connected to and assess her role in these plots. The lesson contains a table and detailed information on each plot.
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AQA Elizabeth I-Religion under Elizabeth

AQA Elizabeth I-Religion under Elizabeth

Learning Objectives: To understand what the religious situation was at the start of Elizabeth’s reign, and what her solutions were to dealing with the problem. Understand the background of the religious changes and the difference between Protestant and Catholic. Religious rollercoaster task Detailed information on the religious acts.
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AQA 8145 Elizabethan Exploration-the explorers

AQA 8145 Elizabethan Exploration-the explorers

Learning Objectives: To investigate the explorations of three key figures and assess how their role in exploration contributed to Britain’s success. Detailed information on the explorers and a task explaining how their voyages helped exploration. How did England overall benefit from exploration?
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AQA 8145 Elizabeth I Chapter 2

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I Chapter 2

Full set of resources including PowerPoints and worksheets. Lesson 1=English Renaissance and Fashion Lesson 2=Architecture Lesson 3=Portraits and Cult of personality Lesson 4= Theatre Lesson 5=Theatre Propaganda Lesson 6= Causes of poverty Lesson 7=Attitudes to the poor Lesson 8=The Poor Law Lesson 9=Exploration Part 1
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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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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 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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AQA 8145 Elizabethan Poor Law

AQA 8145 Elizabethan Poor Law

Learning Objectives: To investigate how the government dealt with the issue of poverty and the introduction of the Poor Law. Use the information sheet to create a diagram as to how the Poor Law came about. Convincing exam style question.
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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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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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AQA 8145 Elizabethan Theatre

AQA 8145 Elizabethan Theatre

Learning Objectives: To understand how theatre developed under Elizabeth I’s rule. Task involving background information to the theatre Quick 'see' 'hear' and 'smell' task on a theatre based on the information Reflection and star question task Information sheet is detailed and follows the AQA spec.
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AQA 8145 Causes of Poverty in Elizabethan England

AQA 8145 Causes of Poverty in Elizabethan England

Learning Objectives: To investigate the extent of poverty in Elizabethan England, and to understand reasons for poverty and attitudes to the poor. Why can Francis not afford to feed his family? Task that involves categorising the causes of poverty using the character Francis. Population growth Inflation and the economy Agricultural Problems Closure of the Monasteries Attitudes towards the poor This is then written into an answer which would be a similar answer to an explain or write an account style exam question. The mystery clues are presented as a grid format and then the worksheet is them in the correct order.
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