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Industrial Revolution
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Industrial Revolution

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Industrial Revolution: A Wolsey Academy Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. William Cuffay & The Chartists (Black History Month lesson) Causes of Indian Independence (Amritsar) Please visit www.wolseyacademy.com/history for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
3 - Industrial Revolution - Factories
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3 - Industrial Revolution - Factories

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Industrial Revolution: From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
13 - Industrial Revolution - The British Empire
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13 - Industrial Revolution - The British Empire

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Industrial Revolution: From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit www.wolseyacademy.com/history for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
8 - Industrial Revolution - Child Labour
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8 - Industrial Revolution - Child Labour

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Industrial Revolution: From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
4 - Industrial Revolution - Coal Mining
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4 - Industrial Revolution - Coal Mining

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Industrial Revolution: From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
Crooks Analysis - Of Mice and Men
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Crooks Analysis - Of Mice and Men

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A comprehensive analysis of the role of Crooks in Of Mice and Men. I could never find a resource on the TES that covered this important character to my liking - so I made one. Hope it helps. Lesson structure is as follows: Read an extract from the text and answer a differentiated question. Read the description of Crook’s room and find a quote that matches/supports each icon on the worksheet included. Discussion of key quotation with differentiated support. Radar chart of reader’s emotions towards Crooks (with leveled extension tasks). Scavenger Hunt for historical and societal context - students move around room equipped the worksheet included and read from six contextual information slides (ideally blown up to A3) and complete their context sheets. Each context slide has a challenge task attached to push students towards their aspirational goals. Exit Card Plenary Question - student’s design a multiple choice question and hand to teacher on their out of the class ready so we can use them for to start the following lesson. Hope it helps.
5 - Industrial Revolution - Transport
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5 - Industrial Revolution - Transport

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Industrial Revolution: From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
Causes of Indian independence and the Amritsar Massacre 1919
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Causes of Indian independence and the Amritsar Massacre 1919

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Comprehensive lesson on the topic which includes: Literacy & Numeracy settler ‘Cops and Robbers’ Retrieval Practice exercise (and worksheet) Quiz-Quiz-Trade Kagan activity with the five factors (ready to print and cut) Chronology time sort Priority Pyramid exercise Film clip (sourced from youtube) Put yourself in their shoes writing activity (and worksheet) GCSE style 6 mark Cambridge Question PEEKA writing frame EAL support sheet Post it note plenary activity Check out similar resources for History, Geography and ICT at www.wolseyacademy.com and be sure to try our free to play History Games for 1066, King John, Becket and Black Death (as of 2019 - more to come). Hope it helps :)
Similies + Metaphors - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - Wolsey Academy 14/20
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Similies + Metaphors - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - Wolsey Academy 14/20

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English Writing Skills – KS3/EAL - Gothic SOW 20 lessons with a revision guide and an online end of unit test. SOW made initially for secondary school students in the UK. However, this SOW especially has had huge success in boosting grades in international schools because of its accommodation of various learning styles, engaging content, deep levels of differentiation and development of core skills. Lessons are as follows: Gothic Stories – to be apply to apply a range of adjectives. Sentence Structures - To investigate a variety of sentence structures and their effect on the reader Imaginative Sentences – To edit sentences and make them imaginative. Using the senses - To create an effect using senses in my writing. Using sound effects - To be able to identify and explain tension. Character descriptions - To explain the effect of the language chosen by the author Pathetic Fallacy - To apply pathetic fallacy Addams Family Punctuation - To create a character through punctuation Varied Sentences – To apply a variety of sentence styles. Introduction to poetry techniques - To analyse poetic techniques used Persuasive Techniques – Speaking and listening skills Persuasive techniques – speaking and listening presentation Genre conventions – To create your own gothic character Similes and Metaphors - To manipulate adventurous vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe a haunted house. Understanding criteria - To understand the assessment criteria Planning extended writing - To plan a gothic story Extended Writing Assessment - To create a gothic story Poetry techniques – To analyse the language of a poem. Gothic poetry – To apply poetic techniques to your own poem. Gothic Filmn Review Gothic homework task grids (this homework works for the entire SOW and pupils complete at their own pace). See www.wolseyacademy.com for more SOW, Learning Worlds, Online Quizzes and Free Resources.
7 - Industrial Revolution - Inventions and Inventors
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7 - Industrial Revolution - Inventions and Inventors

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Industrial Revolution: From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
History Club - All in 1 - 20 sessions.
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History Club - All in 1 - 20 sessions.

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Perfect for History Club sessions – or active and creative lessons - at primary or secondary level. Includes information and video about the topics and a fun practical activity (which can often take more than one session to complete). All sessions include a weekly advertising poster for display boards, websites and screens around the school. Also included is a loyalty card for students to claim rewards after attending enough lessons. Designed by Wolsey Academy and tried and tested with secondary students in the UK. Topics are as follows: Ancient Egypt – Drama Production Battle of Trafalgar 1805 – Arts and Craft. Guy Fawkes, 1605 – Gunpowder Hunt. Charles Lindbergh, 1927 – Design & Fly a Plane. Pirates – Make a Movie. Thanksgiving – Fancy Dress and Card Design Benjamin Franklin – Make and fly a Kite. Tudor Christmas – Card Making. Battle of Atlantic – Code Breaking Game Medieval Coat of Arms – Research and Heraldry Making. Brunel – Bridge Building Darwin –Voyage of the Beagle, Art Competition. D-Day – Landing Craft Construction and Testing World Cup History – Kit Designs Battle of Quebec – Crane Construction Angkor Wat – Sunrise Drawings Historical Fashion – Clothing Designs Henry Ford – Assembly Line Competition Roman Army – Shield Design and Battle Tactics Role Play Local History: Ipswich Town Football Club – Badge Design. See them all at www.wolseyacademy.com
iGCSE English - Unseen Poetry (Edexcel) - Drummer Hodge Analysis & Essay Lesson
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iGCSE English - Unseen Poetry (Edexcel) - Drummer Hodge Analysis & Essay Lesson

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Comprehensive lesson analysing Thomas Hardy’s poem ‘Drummer Hodge’ 1899. Use MITSL grids, extensive reference to the criteria (iGCSE Edexcel) and model answers to prepare students for essay planning and then writing. Features stretch questions,literacy support, numeracy cross overs and multiple printed resources to support all learners. Example questions designed to look like a real exam paper to prepare students for the conventions of the exam hall. Used to great effect in a high achieving International School. Took about two lessons to complete in full and then a third lesson to allow for in depth and criteria led reflection and improvements. For further such resources please visit www.wolseyacademy.com where you can also access (for free) our interactive cross-curriculum learning worlds. Hope it helps.
14 - Industrial Revolution - Source Question on Empire
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14 - Industrial Revolution - Source Question on Empire

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Industrial Revolution: From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.
The politics of the Industrial Revolution - 3 lessons
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The politics of the Industrial Revolution - 3 lessons

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Three lessons looking at the changing political landscape of Britain during the Industrial Revolution. Public health lesson looks at growing government involvement in spending and law making to tackle the growing crisis. Luddites lesson looks in some depth at the challenge of an organised working class and the emergence of a new rich. Cuffay lesson is a more focussed case study on the leaders of the Chartist movement.
Pathetic Fallacy - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 7/10
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Pathetic Fallacy - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 7/10

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English Writing Skills – KS3/EAL - Gothic SOW 20 lessons with a revision guide and an online end of unit test. SOW made initially for secondary school students in the UK. However, this SOW especially has had huge success in boosting grades in international schools because of its accommodation of various learning styles, engaging content, deep levels of differentiation and development of core skills. Lessons are as follows: Gothic Stories – to be apply to apply a range of adjectives. Sentence Structures - To investigate a variety of sentence structures and their effect on the reader Imaginative Sentences – To edit sentences and make them imaginative. Using the senses - To create an effect using senses in my writing. Using sound effects - To be able to identify and explain tension. Character descriptions - To explain the effect of the language chosen by the author Pathetic Fallacy - To apply pathetic fallacy Addams Family Punctuation - To create a character through punctuation Varied Sentences – To apply a variety of sentence styles. Introduction to poetry techniques - To analyse poetic techniques used Persuasive Techniques – Speaking and listening skills Persuasive techniques – speaking and listening presentation Genre conventions – To create your own gothic character Similes and Metaphors - To manipulate adventurous vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe a haunted house. Understanding criteria - To understand the assessment criteria Planning extended writing - To plan a gothic story Extended Writing Assessment - To create a gothic story Poetry techniques – To analyse the language of a poem. Gothic poetry – To apply poetic techniques to your own poem. Gothic Filmn Review Gothic homework task grids (this homework works for the entire SOW and pupils complete at their own pace). See www.wolseyacademy.com for more SOW, Learning Worlds, Online Quizzes and Free Resources.
Close Up Animal Picture Quiz - Tutor Activities - Wolsey Academy
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Close Up Animal Picture Quiz - Tutor Activities - Wolsey Academy

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Get your day off to a great start with a settled tutor session or a fun class reward activity. Also included is a bonus literacy question and an extension task that sees the pupils write a paragraph on the topic! 16 close up animal skins to guess plus the literacy questions. Hope it helps. Part of a range of tutor activities found at www.wolseyacademy.com Have you tried one of Wolsey Academy’s Learning Worlds yet? Our Learning Worlds make for engaging homework and class tasks. Pupils take on the role of a protagonist and relive key historical or fictional events. From 1066 to the modern day. From Shakespeare to Orwell. We’re making Learning Worlds to cover them all - and plenty more besides. Told in a format pupils love they complete the tasks at home and come to class equipped with a completed taskbook – ready to delve deeper into the analysis and debate. Contact us at: www.wolseyacademy.com thomas@wolseyacademy.com @wolseyacademy
China History: Revision Workbook: Conflict, Crisis and Change 1900 - 1989 IGCSE EDEXCEL
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China History: Revision Workbook: Conflict, Crisis and Change 1900 - 1989 IGCSE EDEXCEL

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A comprehensive revision workbook for the IGCSE History (Edexcel) China: Conflict, Crisis and Change 1900 – 19189 course. It includes: • 26 fact sheets covering all topics. • 26 writing tasks (1 for each topic with graduated difficulty) • 99 keywords to support vocabulary and understanding • 5 Online quizzes (1 for each sub topic) Writing tasks are as follows: • 3 keyword match ups • 3 Cloze activities • 3 PEE model and sort activities • 8 PEEKA paragraphs model and write activity • 9 6 mark questions with PEEKA writing stems This has been used at an International School in the UAE with great effect and hugely popular with parents and home tutors. There is a tie in Scheme of Work for the whole module to be found at www.wolseyacademy.com/china Hope it helps. Topics are as follows (each with its own writing task, keywords and access to an online quiz). China, an introduction The Boxer Rebellion, 1900 The Self-Strengthening Movement, 1902 – 1911 The 1911 Revolution Warlords & The May 4th Movement Sun Yat-sen & the GMD United Front & Northern Expedition Shanghai Massacre 1927 The Long March 1934 War with Japan 1937 – 45 Civil War 1946 – 49 Why did the CCP win? CCP & Agriculture CCP & Industry CCP & Women CCP & politics CCP & USSR Motives for the Cultural Revolution Cultural Revolution Key Features Cult of Mao Cultural Revolution Consequences China splits with the USSR Gang of Four Deng’s economic reforms Deng’s political reforms Tiananmen Square, 1989. More teaching resources and a range of free history games can be found at www.wolseyacademy.com
UAE Moral Studies - Year 8 (Grade 7) - Lesson 2 - Benevolence, Sympathy, Generosity
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UAE Moral Studies - Year 8 (Grade 7) - Lesson 2 - Benevolence, Sympathy, Generosity

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Very simply taken from the ADEK UAE Moral Studies guide for Year 8 (Grade 7). Converted into something more user friendly for both teachers and students. Includes LOs that are revisited and differentiated resources for EAL classes. Can very easily be used outside the UAE for Moral and Social studies/PSHE/Tutor periods. Check out our other resources at www.wolseyacademy.com Hope it helps.
1 - Industrial Revolution - An Introduction
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1 - Industrial Revolution - An Introduction

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Industrial Revolution: Now including an online self-marking homework task From a Scheme of Work on the Industrial Revolution. Target is KS3 but all assessments throughout are GCSE and use Edexcel criteria. Each lesson contains a lesson plan, quick start guide, printable resources, mini plenaries, challenge questions, mark schemes, writing frames, lots of differentiation, a nice mix of activity types and a lesson specific EAL activity sheet. There are 14 lessons in total, but each lesson has enough material to last 2 or 3 lessons for even high ability classes. Most lessons include some high-level source analysis. The lessons also include a link to a site hosting a self-marking End of Unit quiz and a revision guide which make for nice homework activities. The SOW has been used for several years (with continual updates and improvements) at a very successful History department in an outstanding school. If used at KS3 it also acts as a grounding for any History of Medicine modules they might encounter at KS4 (hence the focus on public health and inventions). The SOW covers the following topics: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution (free) Population Boom (free) Factories Coal Mining Transport Robert Stephenson Industrial Revolution inventors Child Labour Public Health Problems Public Health Solutions & Government Intervention Source Question on the Big Stink Luddites British Empire Source Question on Empire Revision Guide & EAL activities. Please visit www.wolseyacademy.com/history for more SOW and to access the Cardinal’s Corner blog which provides justification and commentary on this SOW and many others. Here you will also find access to the online end of unit test. Hope it helps.