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I am an experienced History teacher who has created SOW for different schools. I love making different and creative resources and hope you enjoy them too! I will try and update any old resources and you are welcome to recommend any SOW for me to create!

I am an experienced History teacher who has created SOW for different schools. I love making different and creative resources and hope you enjoy them too! I will try and update any old resources and you are welcome to recommend any SOW for me to create!
Partition of India
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Partition of India

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A detailed lesson on the Partition of India focusing on: causes, events, consequences (short and long term), and India today under Modi. The lesson has different activities and great discussion points for students!
CPD Special Educational Needs and Disabilities SEND
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CPD Special Educational Needs and Disabilities SEND

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A great and informative PPT to support teachers/relevant staff with SEND. This CPD covers: SEND Code of Practice, common learning difficulties, Strategies, Assessment and Case Studies. It has tasks for teachers to complete to support their understanding and help influence their action.
Anti-Bullying
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Anti-Bullying

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A lesson/assembly on Anti-Bullying exploring why bullying occurs, facts and statistics, experiences of others and what we can do to support victims.
Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot
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Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot

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A lesson on Guy Fawkes and The Gunpowder Plot. The lesson had a variety of activities with videos, reading comprehension, chronology and narrative tasks and creating a storyboard. This was a lesson given to students on Bonfire Night and students enjoyed it! The tasks in the lesson can be removed for an assembly (and the videos should remain).
CPD: Effective Pedagogy
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CPD: Effective Pedagogy

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CPD focused on effective pedagogy for both PGCE, NQT and experienced teachers. The lesson covers: pedagogical approaches, reflective teaching, analysing essays on effective pedagogy and implementing techniques in each department’s teaching/curriculum.
Russia 1894–1941 Revision Booklet
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Russia 1894–1941 Revision Booklet

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A student booklet for OCR Y219 Russia 1894–1941. The booklet includes: past exam questions, pages for students to complete their own revision notes on each topic, model answers/ structures, fact tests and a glossary.
Conflict in the Middle East: Palestine
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Conflict in the Middle East: Palestine

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This bundle of resources/ SOW is focused on the Arab-Israeli Conflict and can be used for many exam boards such as the OCR Y321 and the Y100 or the EDEXCEL Conflict in the Middle East. It gives an excellent overview of the topic with a strong set of lessons with various resources, activities and focus on both primary and secondary sources. The lessons cover: An overview of the topic The Ottoman control of the Middle East The British Mandate The problems and aims of the British The Partition of Palestine The new state of Israel/ Zionism The First Arab-Israeli War Israeli Settlements The Refugee Crisis/ Nakba Arab Nationalism and Nasser The Six Day War The Yom Kippur War The Intifadas Failed peace process (Oslo and Camp David) Focus on individuals Exam practice
EDEXCEL Medicine Through Time: Medieval Medicine
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EDEXCEL Medicine Through Time: Medieval Medicine

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This SOW was created for the EDEXCEL Medicine Through Time/ Medicine in Britain course but can be used for the OCR/AQA topics too. It has a variety of activities and resources and students generally prefer this topic the most! The lessons cover: 1 Ideas about the cause of disease and illness ● Supernatural and religious explanations of the cause of disease. ● Rational explanations: the Theory of the Four Humours and the miasma theory; the continuing influence in England of Hippocrates and Galen. 2 Approaches to prevention and treatment ● Approaches to prevention and treatment and their connection with ideas about disease and illness: religious actions, bloodletting and purging, purifying the air, and the use of remedies. ● New and traditional approaches to hospital care in the thirteenth century. The role of the physician, apothecary and barber surgeon in treatment and care provided within the community and in hospitals, c1250–1500. 3 Case study: ● Dealing with the Black Death, 1348–49; approaches to treatment and attempts to prevent its spread.
EDEXCEL Weimar and Nazi Germany Exam Question Preperation
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EDEXCEL Weimar and Nazi Germany Exam Question Preperation

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This SOW is to support students accessing and answering the EDEXCEL Paper 3 Exam questions. Each lesson provided a detailed overview of exam skills and content and is perfect for students before mock/summer exams. The lessons cover topic 1-4 with a detailed overview of the questions with helpful advice/practice.
Opposition to the Nazi Party
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Opposition to the Nazi Party

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Two lessons focused on the Opposition the the Nazi Party. Part 1 is full of activities focused on the main groups which opposed the Nazi Party and Part 2 is focused on exam practice/paragraph writing. This is part of my larger SOW on Key Topic 3 Weimar and Nazi Germany.
KS3/4 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
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KS3/4 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

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A series of lessons to support students with their spelling, punctuation, grammar and sentences. The lessons have a variety of tasks including: analytical writing, descriptive writing, fictional writing, independent and pair tasks. The 7 lessons were created for my 1h30 minutes lessons but can easily be split into more lessons. The lessons were designed for KS3 students but have been effective in supporting low-ability KS4 students.
CPD: Diversity and Inclusion
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CPD: Diversity and Inclusion

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A fabulous CPD resource covering: the Equality Act, types of discrimination, practical advice, statistics in the UK, case studies and more! Great for both qualified and new teachers! This is a detailed resource with 14 slides and has a lot to cover for staff (and can be adjusted to use in a PSHCE/Citizenship/Sociology lesson)!
EDEXCEL Medicine Through Time: 18th and 19th Century
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EDEXCEL Medicine Through Time: 18th and 19th Century

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This SOW was created for the EDEXCEL Medicine Through Time/18th and 19th century Medicine in Britain course but can be used for the OCR/AQA topics too. It has a variety of activities and resources, exam skills and revision and students perform extremely well! The lessons cover: 1 Ideas about the cause of disease and illness ● Continuity and change in explanations of the cause of disease and illness. The influence in Britain of Pasteur’s Germ Theory and Koch’s work on microbes. 2 Approaches to prevention and treatment ● The extent of change in care and treatment: improvements in hospital care and the influence of Nightingale. The impact of anaesthetics and antiseptics on surgery. ● New approaches to prevention: the development and use of vaccinations and the Public Health Act (1875). 3 Case studies ● Key individual: Jenner and the development of vaccination. ● Fighting Cholera in London (1854); attempts to prevent its spread; the significance of Snow and the Broad Street pump.
Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918 – 1939: Key Topic 2
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Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918 – 1939: Key Topic 2

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These outstanding lessons are focused on Key Topic 2 of EDEXCEL GCSE Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918 – 1939. The lessons use both the Hodder and Pearsons book and is full of different activities and exam practice. The lessons can be used and adapted for any year group and exam board including AQA, OCR or IGCSE. It has a range of resources and is great for students! The lessons cover: ● Hitler’s early career: joining the German Workers’ Party and setting up the Nazi Party, 1919–20. ● The early growth and features of the Party. The Twenty-Five Point Programme and the role of the SA. ● The Munich Putsch: Events ● Putsch Significance ● The Lean Years ● Reasons for limited support for the Nazi Party, 1924–28. Party reorganisation and Mein Kampf. The Bamberg Conference of 1926. ● Depression: The growth of unemployment – its causes and impact. The failure of successive Weimar governments to deal with unemployment from 1929 to January 1933. ● Reasons for the growth in support for the Nazi Party, including the appeal of Hitler and the Nazis, the effects of propaganda and the work of the SA. ● How Hitler became Chancellor, 1932–33: Political developments in 1932. The roles of Hindenburg, Brüning, von Papen and von Schleicher. ● Assessment ●Assessment feedback and mark scheme
Black Lives Matter Free Lesson
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Black Lives Matter Free Lesson

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This lesson educates students on the BLM movement and its origins. The lesson includes a variety of activities which focus on the causes of the movement, its aims, how the media presents it and asks students to think of possible solutions for the racial discrimination that exists today. I taught this lesson to both my KS3 and 4 classes and they seemed to have enjoyed and benefited from the lesson. Any feedback is welcomed! Do not forget to rate the resource too please.
EDEXCEL GCSE WEIMAR AND NAZI GERMANY: Life in Nazi Germany, 1933–39 (KEY TOPIC 4)
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EDEXCEL GCSE WEIMAR AND NAZI GERMANY: Life in Nazi Germany, 1933–39 (KEY TOPIC 4)

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These outstanding lessons are focused on Key Topic 4 of EDEXCEL GCSE Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918 – 1939. The lessons use both the Hodder and Pearsons book and is full of different activities and exam practice. The lessons can be used and adapted for any year group and exam board including AQA, OCR or IGCSE. It has a range of resources and is great for students! The lessons cover: Key topic 4: Life in Nazi Germany, 1933–39 1 Nazi policies towards women ● Nazi views on women and the family. ● Nazi policies towards women, including marriage and family, employment and appearance. 2 Nazi policies towards the young ● Nazi aims and policies towards the young. The Hitler Youth and the League of German Maidens. ● Nazi control of the young through education, including the curriculum and teachers. 3 Employment and living standards ● Nazi policies to reduce unemployment, including labour service, autobahns, rearmament and invisible unemployment. ● Changes in the standard of living, especially of German workers. The Labour Front, Strength Through Joy, Beauty of Labour. 4 The persecution of minorities ● Nazi racial beliefs and policies and the treatment of minorities: Slavs, ‘gypsies’, homosexuals and those with disabilities. ● The persecution of the Jews, including the boycott of Jewish shops and businesses (1933), the Nuremberg Laws and Kristallnacht
Gratitude Day
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Gratitude Day

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A worksheet for students to complete for their teachers. Had all the children complete this and it made the teachers all exceptionally happy!