This Year Nine reading covers Britain and the Transatlantic Slave Trade, including a glossary, comprehension questions and an essay question.
This resource includes Hawkins, African Factories, Sugar Plantations in the New World, Triangular Trade and its impacts on Britain and the Industrial Revolution.
A suggested plan would be to cover this reading and comprehension questions in a hour-long session, with an essay question set as homework.
This complete 90 minute lesson covers The Terror. Complete with Lesson plan, Powerpoint, Class Reading, Comprehension Questions and set Essay Task.
Covers: Beginning of The Terror, Paranoia, Formalisation of The Terror, Cult of the Supreme Being and the End of the Terror.
One hour lesson covering the question 1917-1924 Russia: To What extent Did Lenin and the Bolsheviks improve life for ordinary people?
Contains 1000 word reading, comprehension questions with model answers, worksheets, sentence starters for a writing task and a full plan including scripted questioning, support, differentiation and challenges. Covers Pre-Revolution conditions, the Initial Decrees, the Civil War, foundation of the Cheka, the Likbez programme, the NEP, NEPmen. Ends in 1924.
This lesson is pitched high, and could easily be used for both KS3 and KS4.
A small animation describing the historical basis for religious and political changes in Ireland 1485-1690.
Covers The Pale, Plantation of Ulster, Siege of Derry, Jacobite Risings.
Part of a larger Irish series, check out my other resources!