A lesson about Roman settlements in Britain including a recap starter, a worksheet on Roman towns, an extension on Roman houses, a video and a role play activity on Roman roads.
Jack the Ripper
Two lessons covering all the victims of Jack and Ripper, the events of their deaths and possible suspects. Includes a video, teacher exposition and an opportunity for students to debate who they think the most likely suspect was.
A lesson about Viking settlements in Britain including a recap starter, video, worksheet and teacher exposition on Coppergate.
Why did the Vikings come to Britain
A lesson looking at why the Vikings came to Britain including a recap starter, a drawing and labeling activity of a Viking longship, a push and pull factors sorting activity and a true or false activity.
How did the government reform factories?
A lesson looking at how the government reformed working conditions in factories during the Industrial Revolution including key reformists such as Robert Owen, Richard Oastler, Michael Sadler and Lord Ashley
Mind of a Tyrant- Questions and Answers
Questions and answers for episode 2, 3 and 4 of David Starkey’s mind of a tyrant (these episodes focus on Henry VIII when he is King)
Edexcel Nazi Germany Exam Technique
This booklet covers the exam techniques for question 3a and 3d on the Nazi Germany Edexcel paper. It firstly covers the how useful are the sources B and C question and has a model answer on women in Nazi Germany, a structure strips and some tips to help with a question on how Hitler became Chancellor and a practice question on growth of support of the Nazi party 1924-1928. It then looks at the How far do you agree with interpretation 2 question. Again it as a model answer on women in Nazi Germany, a structure strips and some tips to help with a question on how Hitler became Chancellor and a practice question on growth of support of the Nazi party 1924-1928.
How do steam engines work?
A lesson looking at the invention of the steam engine and James Watt including a recap starter, video, labeling activity and sorting activity with water and steam power.
Why were canals so important?
A lesson looking at the invention and importance of canals during the Industrial Revolution including key individuals such as James Brindley, the Duke of Bridgewater and Josiah Wedgewood. Includes a recap starter, teacher exposition and questions and a video.
Henry VII Government-AQA Tudors A level
A lesson looking at Henry’s VII’s government including his council, council learned in the law, court and household, parliament and Historiography. Includes a recap starter, teacher exposition and practice exam question.
Public Health During the Industrial Revolution
A lesson looking at public health during the Industrial Revolution including the poor housing conditions, the Chadwick report, the Public Health Acts, John Snow and Cholera, Joseph Bazalgette and the Great Stink. Includes teacher exposition and questions, worksheet, videos and hot air balloon debate.
Why did the Anglo-Saxons come to Britain?
A lesson looking at why the Anglo-Saxons came to Britain including a recap starter, a push and pull factor activity and a paragraph writing activity.
A unit covering the Stone age, Iron age, Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. The main theme is looking at migration to Britain. Each lesson includes a recap starter and multiple activities including colour codes, work sheets, gap fills, true and false and videos. Lessons include: Stone age Britain, Iron age Britain, Why the Romans invaded Britain, Roman settlements, How did Britain become Christian, Why did the Romans leave Britain?, Alfed of Wessex, Viking Settlements, How was Anglo-Saxon Britain organised, Anglo-Saxon society and a summary lesson.
The Romans leave Britain
A lesson about why the Romans left Britain including a recap starter, teacher exposition, a fill in the gap activity and a true or false activity.
Crime and Punishment during the Industrial Revolution
A lesson looking at how the police force started during the Industrial Revolution including Robert Peel and looking at how prisons improved and Elizabeth Fry. Includes a recap quiz, teacher exposition and questions, video and plenary quiz.
What was black gold?
A lesson looking into why coal was important during the Industrial Revolution and the jobs and dangers in a coal mine. Includes a recap starter, teacher exposition and questions and videos.
Diseases during the Industrial Revolution
A lesson looking at diseases that were common during the Industrial revolution including typhoid, tuberculosis, cholera and smallpox. Includes teacher exposition and questions, a table sorting activity, video and a written task.
Great Plague Medicine Through Time Edexcel GCSE
A lesson looking at the causes, prevention and treatment of the Renaissance Great Plague as part of the Medicine Through Time Edexcel GCSE, Including a recap quiz, teacher exposition, worksheets and a practice question.
Why did the Romans invade Britain
A lesson looking at why the Romans invaded Britain including a recap starter, a video and multiple activities. Looks at the economic, political and social reasons.
Henry VII Foreign Policy- AQA Tudors A level
A lesson looking at Henry VII’s foreign policy including his aims and relationships with Brittany, France Spain, Burgundy, HRE, the Netherlands, Scotland and Ireland as part of the AQA Tudors A level. Includes a recap starter, teacher exposition and success and failure task.