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I am a researcher of History. I have studied medieval and History and Politics at the University of Modern letters of Sassari (Italy)and Bradford University, PGCE at Trinity University Leeds. My researches wide from ancient civilities, ex. Shardana-Egyptians to the Russian Revolution or the Bombing of Leeds 1941. I also teach Italian at Leeds City College and support students privately. My working experience has been tempered across mainstream and SEN settings in Essex and West Yorkshire.

I am a researcher of History. I have studied medieval and History and Politics at the University of Modern letters of Sassari (Italy)and Bradford University, PGCE at Trinity University Leeds. My researches wide from ancient civilities, ex. Shardana-Egyptians to the Russian Revolution or the Bombing of Leeds 1941. I also teach Italian at Leeds City College and support students privately. My working experience has been tempered across mainstream and SEN settings in Essex and West Yorkshire.
William's problems after the Battle of Hastings
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William's problems after the Battle of Hastings

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; it teaches on the problems that William faced after winning at Hastings. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
Assessment on Norman invasion 1066
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Assessment on Norman invasion 1066

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; It revises and assesses learning on the Norman invasion of England in 1066. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
The Domesday Book
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The Domesday Book

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; It teaches on how William gained economical information on his new conquest.The lesson aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
The Norman conquest of England
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The Norman conquest of England

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Dear Reader, This is a 10 lessons set; it aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
How William of Normandy won the Battle of Hastings
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How William of Normandy won the Battle of Hastings

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; It teachs the military strategies employed by both contenders at the Battle of Hastings. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
Empire Windrush. Caribbean Immigration to UK
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Empire Windrush. Caribbean Immigration to UK

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Dear Reader, This lesson teaches on the experiences that Caribbean immigrants faced when coming to UK. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All of my lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide ( questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always a written one, matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for Ks 3r and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
The Norman castle system
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The Norman castle system

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; It teacheson the system of castles built by the Normans to control England. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
The Feudal system arrives in England
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The Feudal system arrives in England

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Dear Reader, This is a 10 lessons set; it teaches on the introduction of the feudal system by the Normans. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
3 lessons set Italian pronunciation-verb to have-greetings-gender of names and more
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3 lessons set Italian pronunciation-verb to have-greetings-gender of names and more

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Dear Reader, This is a three lessons set; it aims to have students working on their knowledge independently or with a teacher/ adult while developing their writing ability. All lessons are fully interactive! it means that solutions are provided with just a click. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First set of slides are targeting pronunciation. Second set of slides targets greetings. Homework is provided. This work should be ideal for a year 2 till adult the lessons are super easy learning and can be taught by a teacher or any adult with a minimal knowledge or self taught by somebody that is just approaching the subject. Please, it is very important that you leave a review, you can contact also us by mail or through our page for any further help. https://www.facebook.com/Private-Tuition-100699178652461 Regards Alessio
Italian personal pronouns and verb to have
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Italian personal pronouns and verb to have

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Dear Reader, This is the second lesson of a three lessons set; it aims to have students working on their knowledge independently or with a teacher/ adult while developing their writing ability. All lessons are fully interactive! it means that solutions are provided with just a click. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First set of slides are targeting pronunciation. Second set of slides targets greetings. Homework is provided. This work should be ideal for a year 2 till adult the lessons are super easy learning and can be taught by a teacher or any adult with a minimal knowledge or self taught by somebody that is just approaching the subject. Please, it is very important that you leave a review, you can also contact us by mail or through our page for any further help. https://www.facebook.com/Private-Tuition-100699178652461 Regards Alessio
Italian phonics and greetings
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Italian phonics and greetings

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Dear Reader, This is the first lesson of a three lessons set; it aims to have students working on their knowledge independently or with a teacher/ adult while developing their writing ability. All lessons are fully interactive! it means that solutions are provided with just a click. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First set of slides are targeting pronunciation. Second set of slides targets greetings. Homework is provided. This work should be ideal for a year 2 till adult the lessons are super easy learning and can be taught by a teacher or any adult with a minimal knowledge or self taught by somebody that is just approaching the subject. Please, it is very important that you leave a review, you can contact also us by mail or through our page for any further help. https://www.facebook.com/Private-Tuition-100699178652461 Regards Alessio
Italian gender and conjugation of names
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Italian gender and conjugation of names

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Dear Reader, This is the Third lesson of a three lessons set; it aims to have students working on their knowledge independently or with a teacher/ adult while developing their writing ability. All lessons are fully interactive! it means that solutions are provided with just a click. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First set of slides are targeting pronunciation. Second set of slides targets greetings. Homework is provided. This work should be ideal for a year 2 till adult the lessons are super easy learning and can be taught by a teacher or any adult with a minimal knowledge or self taught by somebody that is just approaching the subject. Please, it is very important that you leave a review, you can contact also us by mail or through our page for any further help. https://www.facebook.com/Private-Tuition-100699178652461 Regards Alessio
The three contenders of England 1066
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The three contenders of England 1066

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; it teaches on the three main contenders to the throne of England in 1066. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
The reasons for invading England in 1066
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The reasons for invading England in 1066

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; It teaches the reason for invading England in 1066. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
Harold Godwinson against the Vikings
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Harold Godwinson against the Vikings

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; it teaches the conflict between the successor of Edward the Confessor (Harold Godwinson ) and Harold Hardrada, a Viking king. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio
Rebellion to the Normans
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Rebellion to the Normans

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Dear Reader, This lesson is part of a 10 lessons set; It teaches on the rebellions against the Norman dominion. It aims to have students matching general knowledge and original sources while developing their writing ability. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: First slide (5 questions to revise learning-date-word bank-previous lesson and next one-image to connect to the topic.) Second slide (learning objectives and a question on the main topic). Three tasks based on levels of difficulties. The third task is always writing matching the GCSE writing framework. The two first tasks are group or class-assessed, the third is individual and gives you the chance to go around the class and support writing on one on one. Homework, reading resources and task templates are included. This work should be ideal for a year 7 at the start of the year and is already set as slideshow. For any further query contact me at alepitirra@hotmail.it Good luck Alessio