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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.
Case Study: The Murder of Emmett Till
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Case Study: The Murder of Emmett Till

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This accessible, detailed and easy to follow case study examines: The events of Emmett Till’s murder. The consequences of his death. The impact on the wider civil rights movement. The trial of his killers.
Case Study Guide: Women's Liberation (USA)
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Case Study Guide: Women's Liberation (USA)

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This short case study guide explains the development of the women’s liberation movement in the late1960s. It focuses on: The movement’s beliefs The movement’s priorities The development of consciousness raising groups
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
Victorian Britain Introduction Study Notes
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Victorian Britain Introduction Study Notes

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If you’re starting a study of European empires, Britain or the Victorians this is a great way of framing the discussion and setting the scene. This document will make sure your learners start from a clear and strong perspective; suitable for years 10-12 and higher.
Hitler and Hjalmar Schacht fact file
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Hitler and Hjalmar Schacht fact file

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This is a quick to use fact file resource showing the main economic beliefs and disagreements between Hitler and his finance minister Hjalmar Schacht. It is ideal for history students studying Nazi Germany who want to access a deeper level of understanding about the economic policies that were introduced in the Third Reich.
Super Simple Start of the Korean War Fact File
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Super Simple Start of the Korean War Fact File

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These Super simple Start of the Korean War notes for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. The Korean War can be a challenging topic but this fact file helps to create a scaffold of learning for students who are improving their knowledge gradually.
Richard Nixon Factfile (1947-68)
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Richard Nixon Factfile (1947-68)

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Concise, detailed and easy to deliver - this one shot study guide places Nixon in context (ideal for using just before the study of Watergate or the Nixon years in general). It contains: Nixon’s outlook Feuding with Kennedy brothers His political career and calculations until 1968
Super simple French Revolution 1789 notes for lower ability learners
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Super simple French Revolution 1789 notes for lower ability learners

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These Super simple French Revolution 1789 notes for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. The French Revolution can be complex for any level of ability so here is a simple and accessible background to the events of the French Revolution.
Super simple France in 1789 notes for lower ability learners
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Super simple France in 1789 notes for lower ability learners

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These Super simple France in 1789 notes for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. The French Revolution can be complex for any level of ability so here is a simple and accessible background to France in the revolutionary year 1789.
New Deal Factfile: Father Charles Coughlin
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New Deal Factfile: Father Charles Coughlin

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This quick factfile is an excellent tool for stretching and enhancing knowledge of the New Deal. Coughlin, one of Roosevelt’s most outspoken critics, is explored in greater depth here, along with his anti Semitic, anti democratic politics.
Super simple fact file: Nazi Soviet Pact 1939
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Super simple fact file: Nazi Soviet Pact 1939

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An accessible set of quick notes, differentiated for lower ability learners. This explains the reasons for the unprecedented pact between Hitler and Stalin in August 1939 and the diplomatic context that created it.
Super Simple Fact File: The Partition of Palestine 1947
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Super Simple Fact File: The Partition of Palestine 1947

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These super simple notes on the partition of Palestine for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. Middle East history from the Balfour Declaration to the partition can be challenging topics but this fact file helps to create a scaffold of learning for students who are improving their knowledge gradually.
The Arabs and the Paris Peace Conference 1919
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The Arabs and the Paris Peace Conference 1919

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This is a quick case study into the treatment of the Arab peoples by the peacemakers at the Paris Peace Conference. It explores: Britain and France’s Mandates The role of the Bedouin during the Arab Revolt Prince Feisal and T.E. Lawrence
Creating Yugoslavia 1919
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Creating Yugoslavia 1919

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This is a quick and accessible study factfile on the creation of Yugoslavia at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, following the end of the First World War. Ideal for students of international relations and the causes of the Second World War.
Georgian and Victorian Crime and Punishment
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Georgian and Victorian Crime and Punishment

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This resource explains how crime and punishment changed in the 18th and 19th Centuries, along with the development of towns and cities. It focuses on: The development of prisons The practice of transportation to Australia Victorian views on the poor and the ‘criminal classes’
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