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A one stop for all modern history teachers, big on ambition for great lessons and short on time. Find learning resources, lesson starters, factfiles, entire modules and more.

A one stop for all modern history teachers, big on ambition for great lessons and short on time. Find learning resources, lesson starters, factfiles, entire modules and more.
Super Simple Fact File: Mary Tudor
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Super Simple Fact File: Mary Tudor

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An accessible set of super simple notes, differentiated for lower ability learners. This resource explains the life of Mary Tudor and her attempt to return England to the Catholic Church. It examines: Her upbringing and disinheritance The execution of Lady Jane Grey Her marriage to Philip of Spain The heresy laws and the purge of England’s Protestants.
Super Simple Fact File: Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott
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Super Simple Fact File: Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott

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These Super simple Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott notes for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. Segregation, Jim Crow and the bus boycott can be challenging topics but this fact file helps to create a scaffold of learning for students who are improving their knowledge gradually.
Case Study: Fugitive Slave Act 1793
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Case Study: Fugitive Slave Act 1793

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This accessible and detailed case study examines the Fugitive Slave Act 1793, detailing: The status of fugitive slaves before 1793 Legal rulings in Britain that had implications for American slaves The case of Oney Judge
Hitler's War Part Four 1942-43
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Hitler's War Part Four 1942-43

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This is an accessible and straight forward study guide on the Second World War. It is the fourth in a series on Hitler’s war an explains: Hitler’s failing health during the war American and British successes in North Africa and Italy Germany and the Holocaust Hitler’s defeats at Stalingrad and the Battle of Kursk
Hitler's War Part Five: 1943-44
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Hitler's War Part Five: 1943-44

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If you’re teaching the final stages of the Second World War and you need a detailed and accessible study guide that explains the slow downfall of the Third Reich, this resource is made for you. It focuses on: The allied campaign in Italy. Strategic decisions at D-Day. The Soviet advance in Ukraine, Poland and Belarus with Operation Bagration. Hitler’s relations with Admiral Horthy of Hungary. The battles of Anzio and Montecassino. Operation Valkyrie and the plot to assassinate Hitler.
Hitler's War Part Two: 1940-41
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Hitler's War Part Two: 1940-41

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This is an accessible and straight forward study guide on the Second World War. It is the second in a series on Hitler’s war an explains: Britain’s bombing of German cities Hitler’s plans for the invasion of the USSR Hitler’s decision to deploy the Afrika Korps to aid Mussolini
US Women's Rights Study Guide 1941-45
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US Women's Rights Study Guide 1941-45

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This accessible and detailed study guide will give your learners a deeper understanding of the contribution of American women to allied victory in World War Two. If you are passionate about helping your students to learn how American women from every ethnicity and background built and operated America’s war machine and served in Asia, Europe and Africa, this resource is your indispensable guide. It examines: The Women’s Army Corps The Women’s Airforce Service Pilots The Women’s Bureau Women’s wartime munitions work The contribution of Black, Native, Hispanic and Asian American women
Bleeding Kansas Study Guide
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Bleeding Kansas Study Guide

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This accessible and detailed study guide for students of the American Civil War period examines: The Kansas Nebraska Act The Border Ruffians and Missouri’s influence The role of John Brown in Kansas The four constitutions of Kansas
Compromise of 1850 Study Guide
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Compromise of 1850 Study Guide

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This accessible and detailed study guide for students of the American Civil War era explores: The compromise of 1850 The Fugitive Slave Act 1850 The Free Soil Party
The Dreadnought Arms Race Handout
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The Dreadnought Arms Race Handout

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This detailed and accessible resource on the imperial rivalries and naval arms race between Britain and Germany is designed to help learners understand a key factor in the causes of the First World War. Ideal for Ideal for AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC papers on the causes of the First World War.
Fourteenth Amendment Study Notes
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Fourteenth Amendment Study Notes

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Detailed and accessible study notes making the complexities of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America straight forward. These study notes explain: The difficulties passing the amendment The passing of the earlier Civil Rights Act 1866 The attempt by former slave owning states to negate the three fifths rule.
Causes of the Spanish Civil War
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Causes of the Spanish Civil War

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This set of accessible and easy to use study notes for A level explains: Spain after World War One The dictatorship of Primo de Rivera The establishment of the Second Spanish Republic Army plotting and the coup
Hitler's Anti Jewish Laws 1933-35
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Hitler's Anti Jewish Laws 1933-35

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This is a detailed resource for GCSE and A level focusing on the initial policies towards the Jews across Germany 1933-35. It explores the role of the SA in boycotting Jewish shops It examines what is known of Hitler’s intentions and motivations It examines the motivations for the Nuremberg Laws in 1935
President Grant and the KKK study notes
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President Grant and the KKK study notes

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These useful and accessible study notes give students a clear and straightforward understanding of Grant’s enforcement acts against the KKK. It explains: The 1870 Enforcement Act The two 1871 Enforcement Acts The KKK Whitecapping
Causes of World War One Mega Bundle
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Causes of World War One Mega Bundle

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This super handy all in one mega bundle contains 22 worksheets (including a module overview and a study of the historiography of the topic). Here are the topics covered: Causes of World War One Introduction World War One Historiography Bismarck The Impact of German Unification British Foreign Policy 1871-1904 Sino Japanese War July Crisis The Bosnian Crisis 1908 Arms Races Imperial Tensions Bismarck’s Diplomacy The Congress of Berlin The Entente Cordiale The Morocco Crises The British Empire in the 19th Century The end of the Bismarckian System The Balkans The Italo Turkish and Balkan Wars Japan and Britain Japan and America Japan and World War One
Fifteenth Amendment Study Notes
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Fifteenth Amendment Study Notes

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This handy, easy to use and accessible handout is a useful exploration of the Fifteenth Amendment for students of US civil rights, reconstruction and slavery. It contains The political circumstances of the amendment. Its limitations and shortcomings The Colfax Massacre that followed black voter registration in the south
America in 1945
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America in 1945

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This is a super handy and accessible overview of American society in 1945. * It explains the impact of the war on America and the change in living standards that Americans experienced in its aftermath. * Ideal for GCSE or A Level
Mussolini and Abyssinia
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Mussolini and Abyssinia

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This detailed and accessible resource explains in depth Mussolini’s war in Abyssinia. It explains the causes and the consequences of the war for Italy, France, Britain and Abyssinia. These notes are ideal for A level students exploring the causes of the Second World War.
Medieval Crime and Punishment
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Medieval Crime and Punishment

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This super accessible guide to crime and punishment after 1066 features: How land was owned and how poachers and trespassers were punished. Why ordinary people broke the law and rebelled against their rulers. How the Normans and Plantagenets controlled the land and people.
America and the Great Depression Study Guide
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America and the Great Depression Study Guide

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This is an accessible, useful and detailed resource about the early stages of the Great Depression in America, suitable for GCSE and A Level. The resource details the impact on: Families and children Homelessness The Dustbowl The 1932 Presidential Election