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Providing history lessons and resources. Former HOD/HOF/SLE.
How to pass history like a superhero!
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How to pass history like a superhero!

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Created for use with Edexcel 9-1GCSE as a guide to help pupils on what they should be doing for each question. Superhero themed to match with interests of my first ‘run’ GCSE class. Worked well with pupils working between 3 and 6+ (feel level 7 need to be having more writing freedom). My pupils study Crime, Elizabeth, American West, USA but the exam questions are easily adapted using past GCSE papers. Focus here is on general skills and what you need to do with a guide of roughly how long to spend on each question. Useful for pupils 3-6, teachers (especially those who are not exam markers or new to specification) or learning support assistants to give insights of what to do with individual pupils on this specification. Please keep in mind, I have substituted images so these are royalty free. Again, easily adapted with ‘better’ images from the internet and mock/class questions used instead of past papers due to copyright.
USA: Ku Klux Klan
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USA: Ku Klux Klan

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4 page publisher resource on the KKK. Includes 2 tasks and ‘did you know?’ facts. Ideal for revision of this period or as a homework task on the KKK. Suitable for higher pupils. Focus is on the origins of the KKK - suitable more for work attached to the Roaring Twenties.
The Boudiccan Revolt
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The Boudiccan Revolt

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PowerPoint on how serious a threat was the Boudiccan Revolt. Includes retrieval start, e-fit, formative assessment ideas and writing task. For higher Year 7 with differentiated resource for higher and standard class ability. Hope it helps someone!
Why did men go to war? (World War I)
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Why did men go to war? (World War I)

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Lesson suitable for Key Stage 3. Includes PowerPoint featuring retrieval practice, self/peer-assessment, rating exercise, written task, peer assessment and plenary. Story also included for reading exercise. Idea being to add surnames of your class to add a fun element to the lesson.