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Hello and welcome to my TES shop! I am currently a Head of Faculty, with over 8 years teaching experience. I have aimed to produce a variety of engaging and accessible lessons, saving you time and effort. All of my resources are targeted towards KS3, KS4 and KS5 History.

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Hello and welcome to my TES shop! I am currently a Head of Faculty, with over 8 years teaching experience. I have aimed to produce a variety of engaging and accessible lessons, saving you time and effort. All of my resources are targeted towards KS3, KS4 and KS5 History.
The Attack on Pearl Harbour
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The Attack on Pearl Harbour

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Complete lesson, designed for Key stage 3, on the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, 7th December 1941. - This lesson is full of information and images for class reading, recording and discussion. - There are number of engaging hyperlinked videos. Some showing dramatisations of the events and others being factual / informative. - A variety of activities are included throughout the lesson.
World War 2: Evacuation and the Kindertransport
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World War 2: Evacuation and the Kindertransport

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World War 2: Evacuation and the Kindertransport Fully resourced lesson, examining British evacuation and the work of Nicholas Winton in the Kindertransport. This lesson contains all the necessary contextual information, a variety of different activities and a number of relevant videos. Thanks.
The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948?
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The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948?

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The Windrush - What was it like to emigrate to Britain in 1948? - Fully differentiated starter task for higher, middle and lower ability - Planned questioning to target students at higher, middle and lower ability, full of SMSC opportunities. - Whole class reading providing context on the why there was immigration at this time - Fully differentiated question sheet and source activity sheet for higher, middle and lower ability - Interactive plenary This is a thoroughly planned and resourced lesson and would be perfect for any formal observation.
Life in the Warsaw Ghetto
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Life in the Warsaw Ghetto

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Life for Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto. This lesson makes use of the series of short Youtube videos on the Warsaw ghetto, all of which are clearly hyperlinked at the right places. Students have a question sheet that they fill in as they watch the videos. There is also information provided on each slide. Lots of chance for discussion at different points. Pictionary, Diary entries task and SPLAT game plenary
The Black Death
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The Black Death

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Here I have bundled 3 lessons that cover all aspects of the Black Death and its effects. Each lesson has been designed for KS3 and is fully resourced. Lesson 1: Causes and Spread Lesson 2: Symptoms and Cures Lesson 3: Consequences Thanks for looking.
The Whitechapel Murders: Jack the Ripper!
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The Whitechapel Murders: Jack the Ripper!

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Complete in-depth set of lessons on Jack the Ripper! Lesson 1 - Life in Whitechapel - Exploration of what life was like in East End London and why this made Whitechapel the perfect place for ‘Jack’ to commit his murders. Lesson 2 - Who were the Victims? - Investigation of the murders and the different victims. Students try to identify any commonalities and form an idea of who the perpetrator was. Lesson 3 - Who were the Suspects? - Investigation of the different suspects believed to be responsible for the murders. Students reach a judgement after considering all the evidence. Lesson 4 - The Infamous Letters - Students analyse the 3 letters that were said to have been sent in to the police by Jack the Ripper. They will reach a judgement about whether they believe the letters, if any, were sent by the murderer or not. Lesson 5 - Did the Press Make a Mess? - Lesson examining evidence that suggests the press played a part in why the police were unable to catch Jack the Ripper.
Jack the Ripper: Life in the East End of London
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Jack the Ripper: Life in the East End of London

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Jack the Ripper: Life in the East End of London Designed for Key Stage 3, this is the first lesson in a unit on Jack the Ripper. It explores what life was like in the East End (Whitechapel) and why crime was easier to commit in this period. A variety of activities run throughout the lesson.
Medieval England: Life as a Knight
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Medieval England: Life as a Knight

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Medieval England: Life as a Knight This is a complete lesson, designed for Key Stage 3, on Knights in Medieval England. Key focuses include Chivalry and thorough examinations of what life was like for Knights at this time. This lesson includes reading, a number of differentiated activities and educational videos.
The Vietnam War: The TET Offensive
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The Vietnam War: The TET Offensive

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The TET Offensive, 1968 - Complete informative lesson, including relevant hyperlinked videos. - Victory/Defeat sorting activity, leading into discussion - Reference is made to the GCSE Ferriby textbook for further reading.
The Black Death: Symptoms and Cures
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The Black Death: Symptoms and Cures

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Complete lesson, designed for KS3, on the symptoms and cures of the Black Death. This lesson is clear and engaging, with information, different activities and educational videos contained throughout.
Jack the Ripper: The Infamous Letters
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Jack the Ripper: The Infamous Letters

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Jack the Ripper: The Infamous Letters Designed for Key Stage 3, this is the fourth lesson in a unit on Jack the Ripper. Students explore each of the 3 famous letters that were supposedly sent by Jack the Ripper, ultimately leading to a detailed judgement following their investigation and discussions. Hyperlinked videos are included.
Richard III and the Princes in the Tower
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Richard III and the Princes in the Tower

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Richard III and the Princes in the Tower - Was Richard Innocent or Guilty? Guess the lesson starter Interactive timeline in which students can play a part, detailing how the crown switched between the houses of York and Lancaster Understanding fact and opinion activity Biographies of the victims and the suspects Card sort activity (gathering evidence - differentiated for HA, MA, LA) Judgement activity Plenary Homework An assessment and a mark sheet including purple pen follow up has also been included. This can be completed following this lesson as your half term assessment. Thanks.
Persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany
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Persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany

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Fully resourced lesson, designed for KS3, charting how life changed for Jews in Nazi Germany from 1933-1939. Some of the key focuses include… - Pre-Hitler comparisons (WW1 Jewish German Soldiers) - Boycotting of Businesses, 1933 - Book Burning , 1933 - Nuremberg Laws , 1935 - Berlin Olympics, 1936 - Kristallnacht, 1938 Relevant educational videos are also included throughout.
Jack the Ripper: Who were the Victims?
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Jack the Ripper: Who were the Victims?

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Jack the Ripper: Who were the Victims? Designed for Key Stage 3, this is the second lesson in a unit on Jack the Ripper, leading students into an in-depth investigation exploring who the victims were.
The My Lai Massacre, 1968
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The My Lai Massacre, 1968

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Full lesson on the My Lai Massacre, 1968. Context, significance and a case study on Lieutenant William Calley. Hyperlinked videos included. Lesson refers to the Ferriby GCSE textbook for further reading on one slide.
Edexcel Weimar & Nazi Germany, Topic 1: The Weimar Republic, L6: Changes in Society, 1924–29
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Edexcel Weimar & Nazi Germany, Topic 1: The Weimar Republic, L6: Changes in Society, 1924–29

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Edexcel GCSE History: Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-39 Topic 1: The Weimar Republic, 1918-29 Lesson 6: Changes in Society, 1924–29 Changes in the standard of living, including wages, housing, unemployment insurance. Changes in the position of women in work, politics and leisure. Cultural changes: developments in architecture, art and the cinema. Exam questions and skills This is a fully resourced lesson, covering all aspects of the specification and featuring in-depth information, activities, videos and exam practice throughout.
Medieval England: Villages and Towns
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Medieval England: Villages and Towns

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Medieval England: Villages and Towns This is a complete lesson, designed for Key Stage 3, on villages and towns in Medieval England. Particular focuses include living conditions, hierarchy and the different jobs that people did. This lesson includes reading and discussion opportunities, a number of different activities and many educational videos.