A series of worksheets to help pupils collate and summarise the information needed for the "Churchill as wartime PM" section of the OCR Britain 1930-1997 module (AS/ A Level)
The final tasks are worksheets to practice exam technique for the 10 mark questions, using the historical context collected from the previous sheets.
OCR A Level Britain 1930-1997 Textbook will be needed to accompany these tasks and the sources (although interchangeable) are from the textbook.
These 4 documents are revision/exam prep tasks to coincide with the first module of the OCR British Element (Churchill 1929-51) and the accompanying text book.
Sources used in the exercises can be found in the OCR textbook but are interchangeable as needed.
A powerpoint with a starter task and an extended writing task, focusing on knowledge and understanding as well as literacy. Starter task focuses on basic enquiry skills.
The resource focuses on the poverty caused by the Industrial revolution, living conditions, the poor laws and the workhouses.
Powerpoint to introduce the Ripper murders in detail.
It includes suggested tasks using information from the internet, easily available, but not included here due to copyright - but the powerpoint provides ideas and guidance for these additional tasks.
A group-work task for year 5 and 6 giving a detailed introduction to the lives of Victorian Children.
The pieces of information are to be cut out and hidden around the classroom or hall room. Each group to be given the question sheet. They have to work together to find the information, memorise, report back and answer the appropriate question. Literacy skills as well as Knowledge and Understanding.
Task can be differentiated for stronger pupils by removing the images from the question sheets.
Order and communication skills will be used for the final task where they must decide which jobs were the most and least terrible.
A powerpoint lesson with a starter focusing on obscure facts about the queen.
Includes an information mat (best printed double sided in A3 colour and laminated between two) and a file-o-fact style task to conclude.
An introductory powerpoint followed by a powerpoint that provides a unit of lessons looking at the first section of enquiry in the British element Y143 and Y113 papers.
A very detailed and comprehensive powerpoint with tasks included.
Accompanying textbook will be needed.
Why was Churchill out of Office for so long, 1929-39?
Churchill and India.
The abdication crisis.
How did he become Prime Minister in 1940?
A power point with accompanying work sheets looking at the work done by women during the second world war and how their role had changed during the war.
Group work, writing and dealing with primary sources.