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I'm a Head of History in Cambridge. I'm aiming to make useful resources to support the teaching of History at Key Stages 3 to 5.

I'm a Head of History in Cambridge. I'm aiming to make useful resources to support the teaching of History at Key Stages 3 to 5.
GCSE History - Medicine Through Time Knowledge Organisers
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GCSE History - Medicine Through Time Knowledge Organisers

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A set of ten knowledge organisers to assist teaching and revision of the Edexcel GCSE History unit, Medicine Through Time, 1250-present. The design is inspired by the current dual-coding trend but also clearly organises the information to help students think clearly about the topic.
GCSE History - Cold War Knowledge Organisers
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GCSE History - Cold War Knowledge Organisers

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A set of fifteen knowledge organisers to assist teaching and revision of the Edexcel GCSE History unit, Superpower Relations & The Cold War, 1941-91. The design is inspired by the current dual-coding trend but also clearly organises the information to help students think clearly about the topic. Designed jointly with @MrPattisonTeach
GCSE History - Elizabeth I Knowledge Organisers
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GCSE History - Elizabeth I Knowledge Organisers

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A set of twelve knowledge organisers to assist teaching and revision of the Edexcel GCSE History unit, Early Elizabethan England, 1558-88. The design is inspired by the current dual-coding trend but also clearly organises the information to help students think clearly about the topic.
GCSE History - Germany Knowledge Organisers
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GCSE History - Germany Knowledge Organisers

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A set of thirteen knowledge organisers to assist teaching and revision of the Edexcel GCSE History unit, Weimar & Nazi Germany, 1918-1939. The design is inspired by the current dual-coding trend but also clearly organises the information to help students think clearly about the topic.
OCR A-Level History: The Cold War in Europe - Complete Scheme
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OCR A-Level History: The Cold War in Europe - Complete Scheme

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This is a fully resourced scheme of learning for delivering the OCR A-Level History unit, The Cold War in Europe, 1941-1995. It comes with: approximately 40 fully resourced lessons for all four topics; revision materials a booklet for students to use in independent study (in same folder but not all in the same document) past paper questions and a ready-made mock exam Some lessons rely on either of the following textbooks: The Cold War 1945-1991 (Access to History) by David Williamson (2015) OCR A Level History: The Cold War in Asia 1945-1993 and the Cold War in Europe 1941-95 by Nicholas Fellows et al. (2018) One review from @SJMax: “An amazingly detailed and precise scheme of work, with resources that are intuitive and easy to follow, while brilliantly presented. This Cold War bundle is going to change my approach to teaching the Cold War in Europe and has already been well received by students – thank you!” @SJMax_ I hope it is of use if you choose to purchase and if you have any questions you can contact me at @MrRPerkins on Twitter.
What really happened after the Romans left? KS3 History SoW
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What really happened after the Romans left? KS3 History SoW

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A short scheme of work (4 lessons including mini-assessment) centered around the enquiry, What really happened after the Romans left Britain? It is based on a scheme created by @hannahcustworth which explores the ‘traditional’ interpretations of post-Roman Britain and a new, interesting interpretation from Susan Oosthuizen, allowing you to incorporate rigour and scholarship into your curriculum. There are four fully-resourced lessons including a mini-assessment lesson and a topic overview which may be useful for non-specialists in your department. It does rely on parts of the following texts: Usborne History of Britain Knowing History: Medieval Britain by Robert Peal Emergence of the English by Susan Oosthuizen is also referred to. If you have any questions, you can find me on Twitter @MrRPerkins
GCSE History - Medicine in Britain: Industrial Individuals Revision Sheets
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GCSE History - Medicine in Britain: Industrial Individuals Revision Sheets

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Revision sheets designed for GCSE Medicine lessons where students study key individuals in the Industrial era of medicine. The sheets allow students to consolidate their knowledge of these key individuals and get them to think about the impact by considering the ‘before’ and ‘after’ of that individual’s breakthrough. The individuals include: Edward Jenner John Snow James Simpson Louis Pasteur Robert Koch Florence Nightingale Joseph Lister Ignaz Semmelweiss
Scheme of Work for Edexcel GCSE History: Medicine in Britain - Medieval Medicine, 1250-1500
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Scheme of Work for Edexcel GCSE History: Medicine in Britain - Medieval Medicine, 1250-1500

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This is a 9-10 lesson scheme of work on medieval medicine, c.1250-1500. It is designed to be used in line with the Edexcel GCSE specification. Each folder has lesson resources and worksheets from the workbook I have designed and used with my GCSE students. The lessons are as follows: What is the ‘big story’ of medicine through time? What was life like in medieval England? What did medieval folk believe caused disease? How was disease prevented in the medieval period? Where did medieval folk go for treatment? How did medieval folk react to the Black Death? Medieval Medicine Revision/Summary Q4 (12) Practice - Explain why there was little progress in medicine during the Middle Ages. Nb - some of the activities on my worksheets rely on the Hodder textbook, Medicine in Britain.
Scheme of Work for Edexcel GCSE History: Medicine in Britain - Renaissance Medicine, 1500-1700
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Scheme of Work for Edexcel GCSE History: Medicine in Britain - Renaissance Medicine, 1500-1700

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This is a scheme of work to support the teaching of the Edexcel GCSE History: Medicine in Britain unit, Renaissance Medicine, 1500-1700. Each folder contains a lesson complete with presentation and worksheets from my workbook that I use with my GCSE students. The lessons are as follows: Intro to Renaissance Medicine How far did views on disease change during the Renaissance? (Thomas Sydenham) How far had care of the sick changed by 1700? Q3 Model and Practice What was the impact of Andreas Vesalius? What was the impact of William Harvey? Q5/6 Model and Practice Renaissance Medicine Summary and Revision Nb - some of my activities rely upon access to either Hodder or Pearson textbooks on Medicine in Britain, 1250-present
KS3 Scheme of Work: How far was English royal power challenged in the medieval period?
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KS3 Scheme of Work: How far was English royal power challenged in the medieval period?

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This is a scheme of work I have designed which asks: How far was English royal power challenged in the medieval period? In this unit students will explore the nature of English royal power in the medieval era and how this was challenged by the Church, the barons, and even the peasantry. The aim is to expose students to the nature of government in England so that they can see how this changes as they progress through the year. The main disciplinary concept involved here is change and continuity. Students will be analysing how the power of the English monarchy changed as it was challenged by the Church, the barons and the peasantry. The analysis of this key theme will also involve some causation. There are opportunities to explore interpretations too such as that of King John. The lessons are: How important was the Church in Medieval England? How powerful were English kings in the 12th century? Why did Henry II agree to be whipped? Does King John deserve criticism for eroding the power of the monarchy? How did Magna Carta limit the power of the monarchy? What were the origins of Parliament? Did the peasantry successfully challenge the king in 1381? Assessment - ‘The power of England’s monarchy was barely challenged during the medieval era.’ How far do you agree?