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Totem Poles
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Totem Poles

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Lesson examining totem poles - pupils to create their own totem pole, used with a low ability class, introducing them to Native American beliefs.
Treaty of Versailles
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Treaty of Versailles

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Decision making activity encouraging pupils to empathise with representatives at the Paris Peace Conference, and engage in debate in order to understand how negotiations would have taken place.
Roman Life
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Roman Life

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Introductory lesson examining areas of Roman life, with activity of Walk-About-Talk-About, including information sheets, worksheet and instructions on powerpoint.
Newspaper Bias
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Newspaper Bias

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Lesson encouraging pupils to examine the different newspapers (you will need to provide a recent copy of each newspaper) focusing on both content/price/target audience as well as the political bias of the major newspapers.
Behaviour Expectations
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Behaviour Expectations

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Short powerpoint setting out expectations in my classroom, including a learning contract for pupils to write down in their exercise books - can be adapted.
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.
Roman Army
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Roman Army

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Lesson examining different aspects of the Roman Army and why it was such an effective fighting machine.
History Skills at KS3
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History Skills at KS3

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Information sheet pupils can stick in their exercise books at the beginning of the year identifying the key skills they are going to cover in history with some examples of how the skills might appear.
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.
Operation Barbarossa
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Operation Barbarossa

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Lesson examining Operation Barbarossa asking to pupils to 'flesh out' the reasons why Hitler invaded Russia and the implications of his mistakes. Plenary as caption competition for cartoons depicting operation barbarossa.
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.
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.