This lesson is designed for the new AQA GCSE Elizabethan England course. The lesson identifies why religion was a big issue for Elizabeth and at the same time highlights the aims of her religious settlement. Activities and exam question throughout.
Keeping track of students folders and grades is super important for both you as a teacher but also for the student as well. This package includes a folder check sheet whereby the student themselves complete a self evaluation as well as documenting any missed work, and a section for teacher feedback. A certificate is also included for those whose folders are up to scratch! Also included is a tracking document which allows the student to identify a type of question that has been focussed on as well as being able to record the grade achieved as well as strengths and weaknesses of the task.
This lesson has been designed for the teaching of the new AQA GCSE Elizabethan England 1568-1603. The main focus of the lesson is to introduce a case study about The Essex Rebellion and use it to discuss the strength of Elizabeth's authority at the end of her reign and also to build on previous knowledge as to how Court worked under Elizabeth.Included in this lesson is a worksheet explaining the events leading up to the rebellion along with a focussed activity as well as thinking questions along the way. A homework task is also included.
This lesson has been designed for the new AQA Elizabethan England 1568-1603 course. The lesson identifies the importance of marriage for Elizabeth and presents the pupils with possible suitors. The PPT includes activities throughout such as source work, pros and cons of each suitor as well as an 8 mark question.
The lesson starts with a starter activity concentrating on the significance of the Gulf of Tonkin incident. The pupils are then provided with information cards identifying VC tactics by which a table has to be completed. The PPT provides the pupils with challenge questions throughout and builds up to the answering of an 8 mark question . This lesson is geared towards the new 2016 GCSE AQA course.
This is an ideal activity for an Open Evening. Included is a mixture of framed Historians/Geographers. An activity sheet is provided in which the student has to match up the famous person to the correct name. The pupil also gets to identify who their favourite Historian/Geographer is.
This lesson has been planned to be taught for the 'Wars and Welfare: Britain in Transition 1906-1957 course. Resources consist of a PPT whereby students are directed to activities throughout. The lesson begins with visual sources identifying how the role of women had changed from Victorian times up until the 1920's. The package includes a card sort identifying legislative changes as well as changes in work, politics, fashion and media for women. Also included is a resarch task in which students are asked to research women who broke new ground during this time,
This lesson was designed to be taught alongside the 'Wars and Welfare: Britain in transition 1906-1957' course. The lesson has a focus on Political, Economic and Social changes in Britain and asks the students to arrive at a conclusion as to whether people had much to be optimistic about in 1929. The lesson consists of a card sort which supports the students to answer a 25 mark question.
This lesson has been designed for the new AQA GCSE course. The lesson identifies individuals who were close to Elizabeth such as William Cecil, Robert Dudley and Walsingham etc. The students are asked to identify the role of these individuals alongside their rank and religion and to arrive at a conclusion as to who was the most influential.
This lesson provides the much needed background to Elizabeth's family background. I felt that it was important for the students to understand the complicated relationships between the Tudors, in order to fully understand the shaping of Elizabeth's character. Wesley Royle's book is recommended.
The lesson has been designed around the new GCSE AQA course. The presentation and activities focus on the character of the young Elizabeth and delve into experiences that have prepared her for her role as Queen. It is recommended that the lesson be taught alongside Wesley Royle's book.
The presentation begins to identify problems faced by Elizabeth on coming to the throne and asks pupils to summarise and identify Elizabeth's immedite problems. The PPT then proceeds to explore the different levels of court life alongside the strengths and weaknesses of each function. This lesson can be used alongside Wesley Royle's book.
This lesson was designed for a low ability group to ensure that they had the support that they needed. In regards to the card sort activity, I have included a few bits of what I used- those that have not been included can be found in 'Aylett&'.