This is an assembly for KS3 pupils looking at doing there options, it includes slides on;
Why should I choose History?
Why study HIstory?
Where might the study of History take me?
Several slides on What do I study at GCSE History?
Please note, the slides for What do I study at GCSE History? are for AQA and Edexcel, there is a slide for each paper (Edexcel) or each topic (AQA)
AQA GCSE History Exam Question Booklet; America, 1920–1973: Opportunity and Inequality.
This 41 page booklet is full of exam questions for students to complete, includes Hints for the majority of questions, several question guidance sheets and a tracker.
AQA GCSE History Exam Question Booklet Norman England, c1066–c1100.
This 28 page booklet is full of exam questions for students to complete, includes Hints for the majority of questions, several question guidance sheets and a tracker.
KS3 lesson on Charles II reign.
To be able to assess the difficulties faced by Charles II.
To be able to interpret source material.
Key words and definitions
King of Bling Video clip (downloaded) and lyrics
Video Clip task
Source pack (PDF and Word format)
AQA GCSE History Exam Question Booklet; Conflict and tension in Asia, 1950–1975.
This 36 page booklet is full of exam questions for students to complete, includes Hints for the majority of questions, several question guidance sheets and a tracker.
Really fun and engaging double lesson where students are given a ‘Castle Catalogue’ and a budget and are told to design a castle within budget, in the second lesson pupils test there castle against 8 progressively harder scenarios during a ‘siege’ to see how well there castle held up.
To form an understanding of some of the challenges and decisions faced by Castle builders and to weigh up some of the decisions they would have had to have made
List of Scenarios
Worksheet for building there castle
Report Worksheet (Standard, Differented for Lower Ability and a third for SEN)
Lesson on the three main heirs to the throne in 1066; Harold Godwinson, Harald Hardrada and William the Conqueror.
Tell the difference between the three main claimants to the English Throne using examples
Make a judgement about who should be King of England in 1066
To be able to justify your opinion on who should be King of England in 1066
Lesson includes a variety of activities, including class vote and a map task. Differentiated worksheet and activity information sheet is included.
Lesson on the Battle of Stamford Bridge, including short task on the Battle of Fulford.
To be able to describe what happened at the Battle of Fulford.
To be able to identify the main reason why the Battle of Stamford Bridge ended the way it did.
Activities include a video, discussion and card sort (answers included).
Set of 6 lessons aimed at Key Stage 3 on Norman England, covering a wide variety of topics, such as:
Life in Anglo Saxon England
Claimants to the throne
Battle of Stamford Bridge
Key Stage 3 lesson introducing the Tudor’s.
To gain an overview of themes within the Tudor period.
To assess the different factors which drove the Tudor reign.
To judge whether money was the main influence over the Tudor monarchy.
Lesson looks at who they are and there main priorities/motivations.
This is a 44 part display for Medicine through Time - it has been created with the AQA specification in mind, but can be easily adapted for the other exam boards.
Can be printed and stuck up as it is, it can also be printed double sided and then hung on a line across a class room.
Works A5, A4 and A3.
Lesson on ‘What kind of Germany were the Nazis attempting to create?’
Lesson Objectives are;
Identify and overview Nazi social policies 1933 - 45.
Classify these policies to help identify the Nazi’s aims for Germany.
Apply our understanding by explaining examples of Nazi propaganda.
Comes with all the resources and a lesson plan.
Nazi Propaganda posters