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Weapons in WW1
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Weapons in WW1

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Lesson and activities examining what weapons were used in WW1, and how effective and useful they were at attacking and defending.
What was trench warfare?
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What was trench warfare?

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Lesson using walk about talk about (market stall) activity to examine what life was like in the trenches for soldiers, in addition to labelling parts of a trench (diagram) and general introduction.
Gallipoli
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Gallipoli

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Lesson examining Gallipoli - teacher led lesson. Gallipoli film (last 20 minutes) could be used to emphasise huge losses in conjunction with powerpoints.
Road Safety
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Road Safety

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Lesson using think incident scene investigation to encourage pupils to identify the causes and consequences of road accidents as well as examining what could have been done differently in order to prevent the accident.
Why is Pompeii useful to historians?
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Why is Pompeii useful to historians?

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Learning Objectives To describe what happened to Pompeii in 79AD To explain why Pompeii is so useful for information about everyday life in Roman times. To analyse eye witness accounts and create your own
Treaty of Versailles (Soure Analysis)
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Treaty of Versailles (Soure Analysis)

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Lesson focusing on the skill of making inferences from sources, cartoon interpretation modelled step by step on powerpoint with selection of cartoons for pupils to attempt on their own - can be adapted for group work and feedback to whole class.
Source handling skills booklet
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Source handling skills booklet

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Booklet produced as revision aid for soure skills for GCSE pupils including; primary and secondary sources, types of sources, utility, bias, reliability, sources that agree, sources and own knowledge and source glossary.
What makes a good citizen?
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What makes a good citizen?

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Learning Objectives To identify some key attributes of a good citizen To create a “Good Citizen Guide” Students complete and activity then assessment identifying key attributes of good citizens. Assessment/marking criteria included but with new GCSE grades matched against old NC level criteria - this will not be appropriate for all schools.
How much impact did reform have in the 19th century?
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How much impact did reform have in the 19th century?

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*NEW AQA GCSE - Thematic Study - Power and the People* Learning Outcomes To describe attitudes to reform in the nineteenth century To explore the results of factory and social reform To analyse the impact of reform on society *For details on Anti-Corn Law League and Anti-Slavery movement, use A. Wilkes' AQA thematic studies textbook*