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Holocaust What were the Concentration and Death Camps?
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Holocaust What were the Concentration and Death Camps?

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WALT: To be able to explain what the Final Solution was and its consequences. MUST: Know the difference between a Concentration and Death Camp. SHOULD: Be able to explain what the Final Solution was, and the structure of a Nazi Death Camp. COULD: Begin to explain the horror of Auschwitz by looking at a series of photographs which focus of the death camp of Auschwitz.
What was the Glorious Revolution?
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What was the Glorious Revolution?

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What was the Glorious Revolution? LO: To be able to comprehend and memorize a range of information to explain an overview of the Glorious Revolution. Know and able to explain what the Glorious Revolution was and why James II was unpopular. Be able to explain the events within the Glorious Revolution to explain why William of Orange became the King of England. Begin to explain from memory key events and causes of the Glorious Revolution.
How did the First World War End? Exit Russia Enter America
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How did the First World War End? Exit Russia Enter America

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LO: Explain which events were significant in ending WW1 and justify which were the most significant. MUST: Know reasons why America entered the war and Russia left. SHOULD: Be able to explain these reasons and say which is the most important. COULD: Use the information and reasons to create you source as well as say what the British opinion would be about these changes of allies.
What was the Battle of Hastings?
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What was the Battle of Hastings?

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LO: To be able to use Primary Sources to explain the events of the Battle of Hastings in 1066. MUST: Know what happened at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, and why William won. SHOULD: Be able to use primary sources to explain the reason for William the Conquerors victory at the Battle of Hastings. COULD: Discuss and explain which source is the most useful for explaining the event.
Why was Henry VIII a good or bad King?
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Why was Henry VIII a good or bad King?

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Why was Henry VIII a good or bad King? LO: To use facts and explain a reasoned response to a ‘why’ question about the character of Henry VIII. Know a fact file outline of King Henry VIII and that History views him in different ways. Be able to explain different reasons to justify viewpoints of Henry VIII Begin to take part in a mini-debate and come to a judgement on the character of Henry VIII.
Cold War Introduction War of Ideas What is Capitalism and Communism?
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Cold War Introduction War of Ideas What is Capitalism and Communism?

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Learning Objectives: - To be able to explain the ideas of Communism and Capitalism. - To judge, through an AQA GCSE Source question, the Russian threat of Communism to Europe. MUST: Be able to explain Capitalism and Communism. SHOULD: Be able to explain how the Cold War was a war of ideas and how it fostered mutual distrust between Russia and America. COULD: Be able to use an understanding of Cold War tensions and Stalin’s expansion of Communism to answer an AQA GCSE Exam Source question.
Cold War Who won the Space Race?
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Cold War Who won the Space Race?

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- To explain in first a verbal argument then in a written argument which country won the Space Race. - Able to use evidence to support an argument which is challenged and contrasts the two superpowers efforts. MUST: Be able to explain key events during the Space Race between America and Russia. SHOULD: Be able to use the evidence to create a verbal argument which is then used and challenged to see who won the Space Race. COULD: Explain in a P.E.E. paragraph which country won the Space Race by comparing and contrasting the efforts and contributions of each country.
Home Front What was the Blitz?
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Home Front What was the Blitz?

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WALT: To understand what the Blitz was, and how people tried to survive through different sources. MUST: Know what the Blitz was. SHOULD: Be able to explain the benefits and problems from Sources about how to survive the Blitz. COULD: Use the sources to establish a judgement of which is the most effective for surviving the Blitz.
Was the Gunpowder Plot a  Protestant Conspiracy?
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Was the Gunpowder Plot a Protestant Conspiracy?

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Was the Gunpowder Plot a Protestant Conspiracy? WALT: To use the evidence to decide if the Gunpowder Plot was a conspiracy. ALL: To understand that there are two different interpretations of the Gunpowder Plot. MOST: Will be able to use the sources to explain and understand both interpretations of the Gunpowder Plot. SOME: Will understand both interpretations of the Gunpowder Plot and make a judgement of which interpretation is the most convincing.
Romans What was life like in Roman Britain?
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Romans What was life like in Roman Britain?

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WALT: To understand what life was like in Roman Britain. MUST: Be able to describe what life was like in the Roman Empire in Britain. SHOULD: Be able to explain the key parts of life in the Roman Empire in Britain. COULD: Compare life in the Roman Empire in Britain to life in Britain today.
Who had the most power, the King Henry II or the Church and Thomas Becket?
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Who had the most power, the King Henry II or the Church and Thomas Becket?

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LO: To use source deductions to make assess the power struggle between Henry II and Thomas Becket. MUST: Know the relationship between Henry II and Thomas Becket, and the events leading towards Thomas Becket’s death in 1170. SHOULD:Be able to explain the power struggle between the King and the Church in 12th Century England by Source deductions. COULD: Begin to make a judgement of who had the most power over the country.
What is the Dissolution of the Monasteries?
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What is the Dissolution of the Monasteries?

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WALT: To use your source investigation skills to understand why Henry VIII’s Dissolved the Monasteries MUST: Understand why Henry dissolved the monasteries. SHOULD: Be able to use the sources to investigate what was found out about the monasteries. COULD: Use investigative skills to decide what the real reason was for Henry closing down the monasteries. .
What is Racism?
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What is Racism?

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Learning Objective: To be able to identify and explain racism and discrimination based on physical features. Learning Outcomes: LO1: To know facts about modern racism in the UK. LO2: To have an overview understanding of the science behind different skin colours. LO3: To have played and discussed the ‘eye colour’ game
Pearl Harbour Why is Pearl Harbour a turning point in the Second World War
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Pearl Harbour Why is Pearl Harbour a turning point in the Second World War

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WALT: To explain the event and discuss how it is a turning point for the war. MUST: Know what the attack on Pearl Harbour was. SHOULD: Be able to explain the attack in detail, and suggest why it happened. COULD: Begin to use the information to make a judgment of why the events of Pearl Harbour were a turning point for the Second World War.
English Civil War Why was Charles I executed?
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English Civil War Why was Charles I executed?

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Why was Charles I executed? WALT: To understand the arguments given in Charles I trial. MUST: Know what happened to Charles I after the Civil War. SHOULD: Understand the different arguments people had about Charles I during his trial. COULD: Evaluate the arguments to make your own judgement and support it with evidence to create your own strong argument.
Cold War Which factor is the most important for the Fall of the Berlin Wall?
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Cold War Which factor is the most important for the Fall of the Berlin Wall?

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L/O: To investigate the reasons for the fall of the Berlin Wall, and to rank them into four factors. L/O: To make a supported judgement of which factor is the most important for the fall of the Berlin Wall, as well as contrasting other factors. MUST: Know what the Berlin Wall was and be able to explain different reasons why it fell. SHOULD: Be able to place the different reasons why the Berlin Wall fell into one of four factors and then rank them in order of importance. COULD: Make a judgement of which is the most important factor between Political, Social, Economic or Military for the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Civil Rights Who contributed the most to Civil Rights, Kennedy or Johnson?
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Civil Rights Who contributed the most to Civil Rights, Kennedy or Johnson?

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Who contributed the most to Civil Rights, Kennedy or Johnson? LO: To explain the contribution of JFK and LBJ to African American Civil Rights. LO: To build an argument using evidence to argue for which President contributed the most to Civil Rights. Know the role of Kennedy and Johnson for Civil Rights. Be able to explain and compare the actions of both Presidents on Civil Rights of African Americans. Begin to consider and make a judgement of which President had more of a beneficial role for Civil Rights within the framework of different factors.
Cold War Why was the Berlin Blockade a turning point  in Cold War tensions?
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Cold War Why was the Berlin Blockade a turning point in Cold War tensions?

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Learning Objectives: - To consider and explain different reasons why this event was a turning point in Cold War tensions. - To make a judgement of which is the most important reason and why. MUST: Be able to explain what the Berlin Blockade was and how it developed tensions SHOULD: Be able to explain and rank the key reasons why the Berlin Blockade can be considered a Turning Point in Cold War tensions. COULD: Make a judgement of which reason is the most important for calling the Berlin Blockade a Turning Point and increasing Cold War tensions.