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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.
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.
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.
Was Dunkirk a success or failure?
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Was Dunkirk a success or failure?

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Lesson which uses sources to answer the question, Was Dunkirk a success or failure? WALT: To understand the events at Dunkirk and using Sources make a judgement MUST: Know what Dunkirk was. SHOULD: Be able to identify and explain the two different perspectives of Dunkirk through Sources. COULD: Use the Sources to answer a two sided GCSE style question.
What is History? History Skills Introduction.
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What is History? History Skills Introduction.

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LO: To be able to explain History as a Skill based subject by identifying core Historical Skills. MUST: Know that History is a Skills based subject and where information is gained from. SHOULD: Be able to explain different Historical Skills that will be used throughout different History lessons, in a range of different topics. COULD: Begin to use Historical Skills such as Chronology and Primary and Secondary Sources.
What was Appeasement?
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What was Appeasement?

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Lesson exploring What was Appeasement? WALT: To argue if Appeasement was a good or bad idea. MUST: Know what Appeasement was in causing WW2 SHOULD: Be able to explain the policy of Appeasement and understand its weakness. COULD: Be able to create an informed argument which discusses if Appeasement is a good or bad idea for the United Kingdom?
Why was the Hitler Youth important to Hitler?
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Why was the Hitler Youth important to Hitler?

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LO: To be able to explain the importance of the Hitler Youth through two Sources and a GCSE style exam Question. MUST: Know what the Hitler Jugend (HJ) and Bund Deutscher Mädel (BDM) was and what their role was in training German children into roles for the future of the Third Reich. SHOULD: Be able to explain two propaganda posters for the Hitler Youth by applying knowledge of activities the HJ and BDM did. COULD: Evaluation how useful both propaganda posters are to a Historian in a GCSE exam question.
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.
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.
Why was Nazi Propaganda effective?
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Why was Nazi Propaganda effective?

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LO: To explain the four types of Nazi Propaganda and make a judgement of which is the most effective at controlling Nazi Germany. MUST:Know what Nazi Propaganda was and be able to explain it’s four different types. SHOULD: Be able to use an understanding of the types of propaganda to make a judgement on which is the most effective Propaganda Poster. COULD: Evaluate the Propaganda to explain how effective it was at controlled Nazi Germany.
What is the Schlieffen Plan
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What is the Schlieffen Plan

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WALT: Using a source to understand the Germany’s plan for the First World War. MUST: Know what the Schlieffen Plan was and it’s purpose. SHOULD: Be able to explain the Schlieffen Plan using a Source. COULD: Use the source to explain the start of the First World War, and linking your own knowledge to the source.
History Skills Display Breakdown.
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History Skills Display Breakdown.

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Display Material. Breakdown of 10 History Skills, each with a picture and brief description for the students. All 10 Skills one on a separate A4 slide.
What was life like in the Trenches?
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What was life like in the Trenches?

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WALT: To understand what life in a trench was like during the First World War. MUST: Know the key features of a trench. SHOULD: Be able to explain the conditions of living in a trench. COULD: Use information about the trench conditions to write a letter home.
Why were Women important to Hitler and the Nazis
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Why were Women important to Hitler and the Nazis

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LO: To be able to evaluate why women were important in Nazi Germany and compare the ways the Nazis used women. Know the role of Women in Nazi Germany and how women in different sections of German society were affected by Hitler and the Nazis rise to power. Be able to explain and judge which sections of German society for women was affected the most by the Nazis. Compare and evaluate how different ways in which women were affected.
What caused the Second World War Long Term Causes
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What caused the Second World War Long Term Causes

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Introduction lesson of what caused the Second World War, focusing on Long Term Causes WALT: To understand the long term causes which led to the Second World War. MUST: Know what happened in Europe in 1930s. SHOULD: Be able to explain Hitler’s Foreign Policy aims. COULD: Begin to explain which of Hitler���s Foreign Policy aims were most likely to lead to conflict.
English Civil War Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain?
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English Civil War Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain?

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Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain? WALT: To make a judgement if Oliver Cromwell was a Hero or a Villain? MUST: Know who Oliver Cromwell was and what he did. SHOULD: Be able to use the information to make a judgement able Cromwell if he was a Hero or Villain. COULD: Use the information to explain both sides of the argument before making your own judgement.
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 caused the Great Plague in 1665-1666?
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What caused the Great Plague in 1665-1666?

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What caused the Great Plague in 1665-1666? WALT: To understand the different reasons which people believed caused the plague. MUST: Know what the Great Plague was in 1665-1666. SHOULD: Be able to identify how people tried to stay safe from the Plague and its effects on the body. COULD: Be able to identity and make a judgement on which cause for the Great Plague you find the most believable.
English Civil War Why did the English Civil War start?  – Short Term Causes
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English Civil War Why did the English Civil War start? – Short Term Causes

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Why did the English Civil War start? – Short Term Causes WALT: To understand the short term causes of the English Civil War. MUST: Know what the short term causes were which led to the English Civil War. SHOULD: Be able to identify the arguments of the King and Parliament, then putting them into key categories. COULD: Write an extended answer that explains which short term causes led to the English Civil War.