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Vikings! - 4. Norse Mythology
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Vikings! - 4. Norse Mythology

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This is the fourth in a series of lessons on Vikings. This fourth lesson explores the main features of Norse Mythology, answering questions like: Who are the main norse gods and goddesses? What did the Vikings believe in? How did they worship? What role did religion play in everyday Viking life? Included are starter activities and revision activities as well as two worksheet activities. The culminating task is a paragraph response. A very visual presentation that can be used alongside other resources easily. Includes worksheets for activities inside the PowerPoint. Included: 1 PowerPoint presentation with over 30 slides 2 PDF worksheets to match activities . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World - Topic 4a: The Vikings (c. AD 790 – c. 1066) Syllabus dot points covered The way of life in Viking society (social, cultural, economic and political features) and the roles and relationships of different groups in society (ACDSEH007) -using a range of sources, eg the Viking sagas, outline key social, cultural, economic and political features of Viking society . Historical skills covered HT4-3 --> describes and assesses the motives and actions of past individuals and groups in the context of past societies HT4-8 --> locates, selects and organises information from sources to develop an historical inquiry HT4-9 --> uses a range of historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . Keywords: Vikings, history, Stage 4, Australian Curriculum, Middle Ages, Scandinavia, Year 7, Year 8, PowerPoint, Yggdrasil, Valhalla, Hel, realms, sacrifice, gods, goddesses, deities, religion, Norse, mythology, Christainity, Thor, Odin, Freyja, Freyr, Frigg, Heimdall, Tyr, Loki, Valkyries, Muspelheim, Niflheim, Asgard, Vanaheim, Ragnarok, creation story.
Vikings! - 6. Lindisfarne and Viking raids
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Vikings! - 6. Lindisfarne and Viking raids

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This is the sixth in a series of lessons on Vikings. This sixth lesson explores the first major invasion of England, the Lindisfarne monastery. It also looks at other Viking raids over the 8th-10th centuries up to the creation of the Danelaw. The main activity focuses on the written historical accounts of these Viking attacks and raids including Alcuin and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles. Included are starter activities and revision activities as well as two worksheet activities, one for lower ability students and one for higher ability students. The culminating task is a paragraph response. A very visual presentation that can be used alongside other resources easily. Includes worksheets for activities inside the PowerPoint. Included: 1 PowerPoint presentation with 28 slides 2 PDF worksheets . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World - Topic 4a: The Vikings (c. AD 790 – c. 1066) Syllabus dot points covered Viking conquests and relationships with subject peoples, including the perspectives of monks, changes in the way of life of the English, and the Norman invasion (ACDSEH048) explain and assess the impact of the Vikings on subject peoples in England and northern Europe, including the Danelaw discuss the significance of the Norwegian (Viking) invasions of England outline what sources reveal about different perspectives on the Vikings, for example, those of English monks The role of a significant individual in the expansion of Viking settlement and influence (ACDSEH049) discuss how the Vikings have influenced the world today . . . Historical skills covered HT4-5 --> identifies the meaning, purpose and context of historical sources HT4-7 --> identifies and describes different contexts, perspectives and interpretations of the past HT4-9 --> uses a range of historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Vikings, history, Stage 4, Australian Curriculum, Middle Ages, Scandinavia, Year 7, Year 8, PowerPoint, Anglo-Saxon, invasion, Lindisfarne, Christianity, monks, kings, Danelaw, England, longships, raids, attack, plunder, loot, settlement, colony, Norse, language, influence, Alcuin, annals, manuscript, Simeon, historical sources, analysis, context, bias, perspective.
Industrial Revolution - The British Empire
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Industrial Revolution - The British Empire

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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number three. Learning Objectives Identify at least 5 territories of the British Empire describe the main resources that came into Britain explain the benefits of having a strong empire . Included: 1 PPT with 10 slides 1 Word Document with 4 pages for map summary and activity . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The technological innovations that led to the Industrial Revolution, and other conditions that influenced the industrialisation of Britain (the agricultural revolution, access to raw materials, wealthy middle class, cheap labour, transport system and expanding empire) and of Australia(ACDSEH017) -outline the main reasons why the Industrial Revolution began in Britain -locate the growth and extent of the British Empire from 1750 to 1900 -identify the raw materials Britain obtained from its empire, eg sugar from Jamaica, wool from Australia, and cotton and tea from India . Historical skills covered HT5-1–> explains and assesses the historical forces and factors that shaped the modern world and Australia HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, agriculture, transport, materials, sugar, growth, British Empire, Britain, map, strong, labour, manpower, groupwork, activity.
Industrial Revolution - 7. Public Health
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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number seven. In this lesson, we address the impact of the Industrial Revolution on the health of people in Britain. We look at the spreading of diseases such as cholera as a result of poor hygiene and close proximity of housing. Included: -1 PPT with 14 slides . . **Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) ** Syllabus dot points covered The experiences of men, women and children during the Industrial Revolution, and their changing way of life (ACDSEH081) -describe the changes to the way of life of men and women who moved from the country to towns and cities​ . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, growth, industry, factory, capitalism, money, profit, labour, manpower, activity, invention, inventor, machine, engine, transport, efficiency, health, disease, hygiene, living conditions, slums.
Industrial Revolution - An Introduction Lesson
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This is a PowerPoint for the beginning of the Industrial Revolution unit. It introduces some key features using the analysis of two visual and one written source. Learning Objectives identify some of the features of the Industrial Revolution describe how the Industrial revolution was different for some. explain the positive and negative impact of the Industrial Revolution. Included: 1 PPT with 9 slides . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The experiences of men, women and children during the Industrial Revolution, and their changing way of life (ACDSEH081) use a variety of sources to investigate working conditions in factories, mines and other occupations, with particular emphasis on child labour The short and long-term impacts of the Industrial Revolution, including global changes in landscapes, transport and communication (ACDSEH082) discuss positive and negative consequences of the Industrial Revolution, eg the growth of cities and pollution and the development of trade unions Historical skills covered HT5-6–> uses relevant evidence from sources to support historical narratives, explanations and analyses of the modern world and Australia HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, cotton mill, factory, working conditions, living conditions, negative, positive, impact, analysis, source, child labour.
Vikings! - 3. Everyday life of Viking men, women and children.
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Vikings! - 3. Everyday life of Viking men, women and children.

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This is the third in a series of lessons on Vikings. This third lesson is a brief exploration of the roles and responsibilities of the Viking men, women and children. The lesson starts with some retrieval practice from the previous lessons, which is a great way to gauge current levels of understanding and encourage class discussions. Each of the daily activities of men, women and children is then described in a visual and easy to understand format. Subsequent questions encourage discussions about the similarities and differences between Viking men and women. At the end, there is a couple of slides on runestones and there is a fun activity on runes that includes translating, deciphering and also a page for the students to create their own rune message. A very visual presentation that can be used alongside other resources easily. This lesson is aimed at a middle ability class. Includes worksheets for activities inside the PowerPoint. Included: -1 PowerPoint presentation with 12 slides -1 PDF worksheet with 3 pages of rune activities . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World - Topic 4a: The Vikings (c. AD 790 – c. 1066) Syllabus dot points covered The way of life in Viking society (social, cultural, economic and political features) and the roles and relationships of different groups in society (ACDSEH007) describe the everyday life of men, women and children in Viking society . Historical skills covered HT4-5 --> identifies the meaning, purpose and context of historical sources HT4-9 --> uses a range of historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Vikings, history, Stage 4, Australian Curriculum, Middle Ages, Scandinavia, Year 7, Year 8, PowerPoint, Karl, Jarl, Thrall, men, women, children, runes, runestone, language, norse, saga, poem, farming, raiding.
Industrial Revolution - 6. Population movements in England
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Industrial Revolution - 6. Population movements in England

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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number six. Why were people moving towards the cities during the Industrial Revolution? What were they after? We explore these questions in Lesson 6 - but most importantly we look at the impacts the movement of these people into urban areas had in industrial England. Learning Objectives Identify reasons why people moved in the Industrial Revolution. describe the effect this had on society. explain how socialism evolved from these effects . Included: 1 PowerPoint with 12 slides . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The population movements and changing settlement patterns during this period (ACDSEH080) -outline and explain population movements in Britain, e.g. movement from country villages to towns and cities, and emigration to other countries . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, growth, industry, factory, labour, manpower, transport, movement, slavery, convicts, migration, socialism, urbanisation, cholera, source analysis
Industrial Revolution - 4. Business in the Industrial Revolution
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Industrial Revolution - 4. Business in the Industrial Revolution

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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number four. The Industrial Revolution was a period of great economic upheaval. With the emphasis of production shifting its focus on the worker, the Industrial Revolution saw the exploitation of the proletariat through the new means of business- capitalism. In this lesson, we explore the transition from cottage industry to factory industry, and the ramifications this had for workers. It is important that students understand that the modern workforce is modeled after the standard set in the Industrial Revolution. The students will learn the main features of capitalism and socialism, and can make connections to their everyday world. Learning Objectives identify the nature of the cotton and factory industries. to describe the nature of capitalism to explain how socialism emerged from the Industrial Revolution. . Included: -1 PPT with 12 slides -1 Word Document . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) . Syllabus dot points covered The short and long-term impacts of the Industrial Revolution, including global changes in landscapes, transport and communication discuss positive and negative consequences of the Industrial Revolution, eg the growth of cities and pollution and the development of trade unions . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, growth, British Empire, Britain, map, industry, factory, capitalism, money, profit, labour, manpower, activity.
Industrial Revolution - Revision activities
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Industrial Revolution - Revision activities

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This is a revision task for a small unit on the Industrial Revolution. Included: 1 unjumble with keywords 1 crossword puzzle using keywords from unjumble activity 1 crossword puzzle answer key . This is a great summative activity for a mixed ability class and can be used alongside other resources easily. I have also left this for a casual/sub teacher and it has gone really well. It could also be used at the beginning of a topic for a high ability class to see what prior knowledge the students have. . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The technological innovations that led to the Industrial Revolution, and other conditions that influenced the industrialisation of Britain (the agricultural revolution, access to raw materials, wealthy middle class, cheap labour, transport system and expanding empire) and of Australia (ACDSEH017) outline the main reasons why the Industrial Revolution began in Britain describe key features of the agricultural revolution in Britain, including the emergence of a cheap labour force . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1b: Movement of peoples (1750–1901) Syllabus dot points covered The influence of the Industrial Revolution on the movement of peoples throughout the world, including the transatlantic slave trade and convict transportation (ACDSEH018) outline the key features of the Industrial Revolution in Britain explain how the agricultural revolution caused British people to move from villages to towns and cities to create a cheap labour force . Historical skills covered HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, pdf, crossword, scramble words, unjumble, keywords,
Industrial Revolution - The beginning of the Industrial Revolution in Britain
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Industrial Revolution - The beginning of the Industrial Revolution in Britain

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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number two. Learning Objectives identify reasons why the Industrial Revolution started in Britain describe the key features of the Agricultural Revolution. explain how Britain developed such a strong empire. . Included: 1 PPT with 12 slides 1 PDF with jigsaw activity scaffold . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The technological innovations that led to the Industrial Revolution, and other conditions that influenced the industrialisation of Britain (the agricultural revolution, access to raw materials, wealthy middle class, cheap labour, transport system and expanding empire) and of Australia(ACDSEH017) outline the main reasons why the Industrial Revolution began in BritainWork and enterprise describe key features of the agricultural revolution in Britain, including the emergence of a cheap labour forceWork and enterprise Civics and citizenship locate the growth and extent of the British Empire from 1750 to 1900Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia identify the raw materials Britain obtained from its empire, eg sugar from Jamaica, wool from Australia, and cotton and tea from IndiaAsia and Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability identify key inventors and their inventions and discuss how some of these inventions affected transport and manufacturing in this periodWork and enterprise Critical and creative thinking. . Historical skills covered HT5-1–> explains and assesses the historical forces and factors that shaped the modern world and Australia HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, cotton mill, factory, agriculture, transport, population, inventions, field, rotation, farming, crops, impact, British Empire, Britain, jigsaw, groupwork, activity.
Industrial Revolution - 5. New Inventions
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Industrial Revolution - 5. New Inventions

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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number five. This is a research task that directs students to find information about the inventors of the Industrial Revolution, and their new inventions. Students select TWO inventors and their inventions, and answer the questions about them in their books. This research task should take at least two lessons (2 x 1 hr) to complete. Learning Objectives identify inventors of the industrial revolution describe the inventions and their capabilities explain the role and impact these new inventions had in the Industrial Revolution . Included: -1 Word Document . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) . Syllabus dot points covered The technological innovations that led to the Industrial Revolution, and other conditions that influenced the industrialisation of Britain (the agricultural revolution, access to raw materials, wealthy middle class, cheap labour, transport system and expanding empire) and of Australia (ACDSEH017) -identify key inventors and their inventions and discuss how some of these inventions -affected transport and manufacturing in this period . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, growth, industry, factory, capitalism, money, profit, labour, manpower, activity, invention, inventor, machine, engine, transport, efficiency.
Vikings! - An Introductory Lesson
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Vikings! - An Introductory Lesson

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This is the first in a series of lessons on Vikings. This first lesson is an introductory lesson that explores the Viking homelands and an overview of their raiding, trading and settling activity throughout Europe with the use of a map activity and class discussions. Basic overview of the geographical features of Scandinavia are mentioned as well as the resources traded by Vikings. A very visual presentation that can be used alongside other resources easily. This lesson is aimed at a middle to lower ability class. Includes worksheets for activities inside the PowerPoint. An extension activity is included for more able students. Included: 1 PowerPoint presentations “Vikings: An Introduction” 2 A5 worksheets to match activities in PowerPoint 1 extension activity that is 3 A4 pages long . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World - Topic 4a: The Vikings (c. AD 790 – c. 1066) Syllabus dot points covered - The way of life in Viking society (social, cultural, economic and political features) and the roles and relationships of different groups in society (ACDSEH007) locate the Viking homelands identify the geographical features that helped shape Viking society and history -Significant developments and/or cultural achievements that led to Viking expansion, including weapons and shipbuilding, and the extent of their trade (ACDSEH047) identify the extent of Viking exploration and trade identify the regions conquered and/or settled by the Vikings . Historical skills covered HT4-3 --> describes and assesses the motives and actions of past individuals and groups in the context of past societies HT4-9 --> uses a range of historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . Keywords: Vikings, history, Stage 4, Australian Curriculum, Middle Ages, Scandinavia, raiders, traders, settlers, Year 7, Year 8, PowerPoint,
Vikings! - 2. The main social, cultural and political features of Viking society.
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Vikings! - 2. The main social, cultural and political features of Viking society.

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This is the second in a series of lessons on Vikings. This second lesson explores the main political, social and cultural features of Viking society. The PowerPoint goes through the main classes in society the Jarls, Karls and Thralls as well as the political role of the Thing and punishments for various crimes. Cultural aspects of Viking society such as food and dining, housing and clothing are briefly explained with easy to understand activities. A very visual presentation that can be used alongside other resources easily. This lesson is aimed at a middle ability class. Includes worksheets for activities inside the PowerPoint. An extension activity is included for more able students. Included: 1 PowerPoint presentation 2 PDF worksheets to match activities 1 extension activity . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World - Topic 4a: The Vikings (c. AD 790 – c. 1066) Syllabus dot points covered The way of life in Viking society (social, cultural, economic and political features) and the roles and relationships of different groups in society (ACDSEH007) using a range of sources, eg the Viking sagas, outline key social, cultural, economic and political features of Viking society Historical skills covered HT4-5 --> identifies the meaning, purpose and context of historical sources HT4-9 --> uses a range of historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . Keywords: Vikings, history, Stage 4, Australian Curriculum, Middle Ages, Scandinavia, raiders, traders, settlers, Year 7, Year 8, PowerPoint, Karl, Jarl, Thrall, longhouse, outlaw, thing, althing, clothing, dining, farming, king, duel, bloodfued.
Industrial Revolution - 8. Convict transportation
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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number eight. Students will look at the social context for convict transportation within the British empire. Students will look at the social pressures that forced people into petty crime, and the decision of those in authority to send these convicts throughout the British empire. Students will identify the various penal colonies, and explain why Australia and New Zealand were chosen as the main destination for criminals in Britain. To facilitate this analysis, students should be provided with convict profiles (not currently included) that outline crimes and punishments and they will be required to answer a set of questions based on these sources. Learning Objectives -Identify the reasons for the movement of convicts -describe the experiences of these convicts -justify whether this punishment was justified Included: -1 PPT with 10 slides . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The population movements and changing settlement patterns during this period (ACDSEH080) -outline and explain population movements in Britain, eg movement from country villages to towns and cities, and emigration to other countries . . Historical skills covered HT5-4–> explains and analyses the causes and effects of events and developments in the modern world and Australia HT5-6 -->uses relevant evidence from sources to support historical narratives, explanations and analyses of the modern world and Australia HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, transport, materials, sugar, growth, British Empire, Britain, map, labour, manpower, research, hulks, convicts, transportation, crime, punishment, activity.
Industrial Revolution - 9. Children in the Revolution
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Industrial Revolution - 9. Children in the Revolution

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This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number nine. Students will look at the working conditions within both factories and in the mines, through the specific context of child labour. This lesson has a variety of audio sources available to illustrate the working conditions and pressures experienced by children in both industries. There are a variety of questions that are associated with each audio bite to help students empathise with the harsh and dangerous working conditions. Learning Objectives -identify the conditions for children working in factories. -describe the effects of working in mines for children. -justify whether the Industrial Revolution was negative or beneficial for children. Included: 1 PPT with 12 slides Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The experiences of men, women and children during the Industrial Revolution, and their changing way of life (ACDSEH081) -use a variety of sources to investigate working conditions in factories, mines and other occupations, with particular emphasis on child labour Historical skills covered HT5-4–> explains and analyses the causes and effects of events and developments in the modern world and Australia HT5-6 -->uses relevant evidence from sources to support historical narratives, explanations and analyses of the modern world and Australia HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, transport, materials, sugar, growth, British Empire, Britain, map, labour, manpower, children, abuse, trappers, firedamp, mines, workers, working.
Ancient China - Belief system research task
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This is a research table designed to introduce students to the three main religions in ancient China: Taoism Confucianism Buddhism . Students fill out the research table in class using their electronic devices, then they must use the information to complete a Venn diagram. Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 3: The Asian World - Topic 3B. China Roles of key groups in the ancient society in this period (such as kings, emperors, priests, merchants, craftsmen, scholars, peasants, women), including the influence of law and religion (ACDSEH044, ACDSEH041) -outline the main features of the social structures and government of the ancient society, including the role of law and religion Contacts and conflicts within and/or with other societies, resulting in developments such as the expansion of trade, the rise of empires and the spread of philosophies and beliefs (ACDSEH046, ACDSEH043) -explain the consequences of these contacts with other societies, eg developments in trade, the spread of philosophies and religious beliefs and the emergence of empires . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: ancient, China, history, Stage 4, Australian Curriculum, Year 7, Year 8, Asia, Buddhism, religion, beliefs, Taoism, Daoism, Confucianism, Confucious, origins, society, similarities, differences, analysis, philosophy, traditions, research, independent.
Ancient Greece - Research Task - Every life in Ancient Sparta & Ancient Athens
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Ancient Greece - Research Task - Every life in Ancient Sparta & Ancient Athens

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In this lesson of Ancient Greece, students will look at the everyday life of people from ancient Sparta and ancient Athens. Specifically, they will need to identify the similarities and differences of everyday life for people in these cities. This lesson includes three table activities where the students locate, select and synthesise relevant and detailed information to demonstrate an enriched understanding of life in these cities. Once students have completed these tables, there are activity questions to complete based upon the students’ findings. . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 2: The Mediterranean World - Topic 2b. Greece Syllabus dot points covered Roles of key groups in the ancient society, including the influence of law and religion(ACDSEH032, ACDSEH035, ACDSEH038) -describe the roles of appropriate key groups in the ancient society, eg the ruling elite, the nobility, citizens (Greece and Rome), bureaucracy, women and slaves -describe the everyday life of men, women and children in the ancient society . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Ancient Greece, Sparta, Thebes, Athens, acropolis, Spartans, Athenians, society, men, women, polis, poleis, slaves, roles, responsibilities, law, religion, children, freedoms, rights, social structure, jobs, comparison, contrast
Industrial Revolution - North and South Episode 1 (BBC)(2004) Questions
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Industrial Revolution - North and South Episode 1 (BBC)(2004) Questions

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This is a great task for students to complete at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution unit or a great lesson for a casual/sub teacher. North and South is available (in Australia) on Clickview Online or, of course, DVD. These questions are meant for Episode One and are the great basis of a discussion of factory and worker conditions, the differences between the classes, living conditions in an Industrial Town and the differences between industrial centres and rural life. The other three episodes also contribute to this, and this resource should obviously be used in conjunction with other resources for a well-rounded unit. Included: 1 PDF of 20 questions for the miniseries episode. . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered - The technological innovations that led to the Industrial Revolution, and other conditions that influenced the industrialisation of Britain (the agricultural revolution, access to raw materials, wealthy middle class, cheap labour, transport system and expanding empire) and of Australia (ACDSEH017) —> describe key features of the agricultural revolution in Britain, including the emergence of a cheap labour force —> explain how industrialisation contributed to the development of Britain and Australia in this period - The experiences of men, women and children during the Industrial Revolution, and their changing way of life ACDSEH081) —> describe the changes to the way of life of men and women who moved from the country to towns and cities —> use a variety of sources to investigate working conditions in factories, mines and other occupations, with particular emphasis on child labour - The population movements and changing settlement patterns during this period (ACDSEH080) —> outline and explain population movements in Britain, eg movement from country villages to towns and cities, and emigration to other countries - The short and long-term impacts of the Industrial Revolution, including global changes in landscapes, transport and communication (ACDSEH082) —discuss positive and negative consequences of the Industrial Revolution, eg the growth of cities and pollution and the development of trade unions Historical skills covered HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, pdf, north and south, miniseries, episode one, mr thornton, cotton mill.
Vikings! - 5. Weapons and Shipbuilding
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Vikings! - 5. Weapons and Shipbuilding

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This is the fifth in a series of lessons on Vikings. This fifth lesson explores the types of Viking weapons used in battle by warriors such as berserkers. It also looks at the advanced technology of Viking shipbuilding and in particular two different types of ships - the Longship and the Knarr. The differences between these ships and their purposes are discussed and the main features of a Viking ship identified. The lesson culminates with a discussion and questions around the relationship between the shipbuilding and weapon-making technology and the Viking advancement across Europe. There are two separate worksheets that can be used alongside the PowerPoint presentation. The presentation itself includes some question activities. A visual presentation that can be used alongside other resources easily. Includes worksheets for activities inside the PowerPoint. Included: 1 PowerPoint presentation with 28 slides 2 PDF worksheets . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World - Topic 4a: The Vikings (c. AD 790 – c. 1066) Syllabus dot points covered Significant developments and/or cultural achievements that led to Viking expansion, including weapons and shipbuilding, and the extent of their trade (ACDSEH047) -explain how and why Viking expansion occurred, including developments in weaponry and shipbuilding technologies . Historical skills covered HT4-3 -->describes and assesses the motives and actions of past individuals and groups in the context of past societies HT4-8 --> locates, selects and organises information from sources to develop an historical inquiry HT4-9 --> uses a range of historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Vikings, history, Stage 4, Australian Curriculum, Middle Ages, Scandinavia, Year 7, Year 8, PowerPoint, worksheet, activities, longship, knarr, axe, spear, sword, helmet, raiding, settling, trading, sails, technology, shields, berserker, warriors, armour, battling, shipbuilding, archaeology, artefacts.
Ancient Greece - A Tour of Ancient Greece!
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Ancient Greece - A Tour of Ancient Greece!

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A worksheet to be filled out alongside a video game, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 4 - Depth Study 2: The Mediterranean World - Topic 2b. Greece Syllabus dot points covered Roles of key groups in the ancient society, including the influence of law and religion (ACDSEH032, ACDSEH035, ACDSEH038)ACDSEH003, ACDSEH004) —>describe the geographical setting and natural features of the ancient society —>explain how the geographical setting and natural features influenced the development of the society Roles of key groups in the ancient society, including the influence of law and religion(ACDSEH032, ACDSEH035, ACDSEH038) —>describe the everyday life of men, women and children in the ancient society Contacts and conflicts within and/or with other societies, resulting in developments such as the conquest of other lands, the expansion of trade and peace treaties (ACDSEH034, ACDSEH037, ACDSEH040) —>identify contacts and conflicts of peoples within the ancient world describe significant contacts with other societies through trade, warfare and conquest . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at mrmsmohistory@gmail.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Ancient Greece, Sparta, Thebes, Athens, hoplites, Delphi, Artemis, Artemis Orthia, acropolis, Spartans, Poseidon, Hephaistos, agora, Piraeus, port, Aspasia, Herodotus, Adrestia, Thermopylae, sanctuary, Apollo, Delian League, Peloponnesian League, polis, poleis