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I am a history teacher at a secondary school in North London. I’ve been teaching for over 6 academic years. In my shop you can find many amazing history resources to use in the classroom every day for all year groups from years 7-13. My GCSE resources are for the AQA spec. I have resources that cover the following units: •Democracy and dictatorship: Germany, 1890-1945 •Cold War, 1945-72 •Elizabethan England, 1568-1603. The A Level resources I have uploaded also follow the AQA spec.

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I am a history teacher at a secondary school in North London. I’ve been teaching for over 6 academic years. In my shop you can find many amazing history resources to use in the classroom every day for all year groups from years 7-13. My GCSE resources are for the AQA spec. I have resources that cover the following units: •Democracy and dictatorship: Germany, 1890-1945 •Cold War, 1945-72 •Elizabethan England, 1568-1603. The A Level resources I have uploaded also follow the AQA spec.
KS3 The First Crusade topic, Lessons 1-6 bundle
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KS3 The First Crusade topic, Lessons 1-6 bundle

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This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the second half of the Spring term. It is a 6 lesson enquiry into the question: What did the Crusades ever do for us? There are a range of engaging activities for the students to complete throughout each lesson. It is differentiated so that students of all abilities can access the lessons confidently. There is also an assessment lesson that enables the students to revise the content from the topic and then plan and answer a GCSE style exam question. This is a question stem geared towards the AQA specification. The question is focused on the concept of significance which can be found in Paper 2. The question in the assessment lesson is as follows: Explain the significance of the First Crusade between 1095 and 1099. [8 marks] Please let me know how you found these lessons and I am happy to receive your reviews so that I can continue to improve my own teaching and learning practise.
AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Breadth Content - Lessons 1-10 bundle
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AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Breadth Content - Lessons 1-10 bundle

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These resources are for A Level AQA students studying the NEA (Non-Examined Assessment) Component 3. The coursework that I have designed for my students centres on witchcraft in Europe from 1560-1660. The course looks at the different causes of witch-hunting across Europe, mainly in England, Scotland and Germany. The notes will build up over the course to which students will answer a coursework question focusing on the causes of witch-hunting between 1560 and 1660. This year my students completed the question: “Within the context of the years 1560-1660, to what extent were socio-economic factors the main reason for the growth in witch-hunting persecutions in Europe?” The first section of the course is the breadth study. Students will learn the wider historical context of witch-hunting and the beliefs in witches across Europe as a whole in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Hodder Education textbook by Alan Farmer called “Access to History: The Witchcraze of the 16th and 17th centuries” will be an essential textbook reference for these lessons.
AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Depth Content - Lessons 11-18 bundle
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AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Depth Content - Lessons 11-18 bundle

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These resources are for A Level AQA students studying the NEA (Non-Examined Assessment) Component 3. The coursework that I have designed for my students centres on witchcraft in Europe from 1560-1660. The course looks at the different causes of witch-hunting across Europe, mainly in England, Scotland and Germany. The notes will build up over the course to which students will answer a coursework question focusing on the causes of witch-hunting between 1560 and 1660. This year my students completed the question: “Within the context of the years 1560-1660, to what extent were socio-economic factors the main reason for the growth in witch-hunting persecutions in Europe?” This second section of the course is the depth study. Students will learn various depth case studies as to why witchcraft was caused in each instance. These case studies include the trial of Agnes Waterhouse, 1566; North Berwick witch hunts, 1590s; Pendle witch trials, 1612; Bamberg, Germany 16203 and 1630s; East Anglian witch-hunts, 1640s. The Hodder Education textbook by Alan Farmer called “Access to History: The Witchcraze of the 16th and 17th centuries” will be an essential textbook reference for these lessons.
Part Two: The development of the Cold War Lessons 14-22 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972
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Part Two: The development of the Cold War Lessons 14-22 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

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These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Cold War topic; Conflict and tension between East and West, 1945-1972. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. This bundle focuses on Part Two of the topic - The development of the Cold War. There are various activities that are engaging and differentiated to meet the needs of all students studying history at GCSE. They have worked extremely well with my classes this year who have all made great progress. This bundle includes: PowerPoints for each lesson Worksheets Videos/documentaries Homework Essays and guidance Exam lessons on questions 15 and 16 of Paper 1 Exam model answers
AQA A Level Unit 1L - Key Topic 6: Defeat, occupation and division, 1945-49- Bundle
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AQA A Level Unit 1L - Key Topic 6: Defeat, occupation and division, 1945-49- Bundle

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These resources follow the sixth key topic to the AQA A Level Component 1 Topic: The Quest for Political Stability: Germany, 1871-1991. The key topic looks at post-war Germany at German defeat, occupation and division between 1945 and 1949. This bundle includes: PowerPoint presentations for each lesson Worksheets Various learning tasks & activities Exam lessons with model answers, mark schemes, examiner tips, success criteria etc Videos & documentaries Hope the resources are enjoyable and help you with your future planning.
AQA A Level Unit 1L - Key Topic 7: Government and opposition in the FRG, 1949-89 - Bundle
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AQA A Level Unit 1L - Key Topic 7: Government and opposition in the FRG, 1949-89 - Bundle

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These resources follow the seventh key topic to the AQA A Level Component 1 Topic: The Quest for Political Stability: Germany, 1871-1991. The key topic looks at the government of the FRG and the opposition it faced. This bundle includes: PowerPoint presentations for each lesson Worksheets Various learning tasks & activities Exam lessons with model answers, mark schemes, examiner tips, success criteria etc Videos & documentaries Hope the resources are enjoyable and help you with your future planning.
The Hungarian Uprising - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972 - Lesson 20 & 21
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The Hungarian Uprising - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972 - Lesson 20 & 21

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This resource has two lessons included in it. The first focuses on the causes of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising. The second lesson focuses on the reactions of the East and West to the Hungarian Uprising. Lesson 20: Why was there an uprising in Hungary in 1956? Learning Objective: **Explaining why there was an uprising in Hungary in 1956 ** Lesson 21: How did the superpowers respond to the Hungarian Uprising? Learning Objective: Exploring the reasons behind how the East and West responded to the Hungarian Uprising Link to AQA specification: Part Two: The development of the Cold War **The ‘Thaw’: Hungary, the protest movement and the reforms of Nagy; Soviet fears, how they reacted and the effects on the Cold War. **
Exam Lesson 3: Sources Question 1 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972
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Exam Lesson 3: Sources Question 1 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

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Title of lesson: **Exam Lesson question 1 ** Learning Objective: To explain how to answer question 1 on Paper 1 (Cold War section) Link to AQA specification: Part Two: The development of the Cold War This PowerPoint includes practise questions for students to be able to practise question 1 on the second part of Paper 1 of AQA’s ‘Understanding the Modern World’. This focuses on the sources question and how historians know it supports a part of the Cold War topic. There are sentence starters and model answers to aid the lower ability students. Mark scheme descriptors are also included. The questions included in this PowerPoint are: Study Source A. Source A supports the United Nations intervention in Korea. How do you know? Explain your answer by using Source A and your contextual knowledge. [4 marks] Study Source A. Source A is critical of Stalin and the USSR. How do you know? Explain your answer by using Source A and your contextual knowledge. [4 marks] Study Source A. Source A supports the USSR. How do you know? Explain your answer by using Source A and your contextual knowledge. [4 marks] Study Source A. Source A supports the USA taking part in the space race. How do you know? Explain your answer using Source A and your contextual knowledge. [4 marks]
AQA A Level Unit 1L - Key Topic 5: The Nazi Experiment, 1929-49 - Bundle
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AQA A Level Unit 1L - Key Topic 5: The Nazi Experiment, 1929-49 - Bundle

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These resources follow the fifth key topic to the AQA A Level Component 1 Topic: The Quest for Political Stability: Germany, 1871-1991. The key topic looks at the Nazi experiment, 1929-49. This bundle includes: PowerPoint presentations for each lesson Worksheets Various learning tasks & activities Exam lessons with model answers, mark schemes, examiner tips, success criteria etc Videos & documentaries Hope the resources are enjoyable and help you with your future planning.
AQA A Level Component 1L: Wilhelmine Germany, 1890-1914 - Lessons 1-20 bundle
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AQA A Level Component 1L: Wilhelmine Germany, 1890-1914 - Lessons 1-20 bundle

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This bundle contains 20 lessons for the second unit of the AQA A Level Component 1L unit The Quest for Political Stability: Germany, 1871-1991. It covers Unit 2: Wilhelmine Germany, 1890-1914. The bundle contains 20 fully resourced lessons with a variety of engaging activities. These include role plays, spider-diagrams, tables and grids, video clips, exam practise questions, debates and so forth. There is also a work booklet that I have created included in lesson one of the bundle. The work booklet contains all of the necessary key information that the students need to complete the activities in all 20 lessons. The booklet not only includes the information (content) but also all of the activities shown in each of the PowerPoint presentations. Furthermore, there are checklists for the students to tick off what lesson they have completed to help with their organisation. There is guidance on completing practise exam questions.
AQA 1L: Unit 3 Lesson 1 – Political impact WWI
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AQA 1L: Unit 3 Lesson 1 – Political impact WWI

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This is the first lesson in the third unit of the AQA A Level Component 1L unit, The Quest for Political Stability: Germany, 1871-1991. This lesson focuses on the political impact of WWI on Germany between 1914 and 1916. Starter role-play activity: Students imagine they were Chancellor Hollweg and they must explain the causes of WWI to Kaiser Wilhelm II. Main activity: Students research the attitudes different groups had towards the war and the political impact these attitudes had on Germany. Notes will be written into a table. Plenary activity: Students summarise the political impact of WWI on Germany by categorising the Kaiser’s main concern by 1916. Lesson title: What was the political impact of the First World War on Germany? Learning Objective: **To evaluate the political impact of WWI on Germany between 1914 and 1916 ** Please note: I have included a booklet that I created into this lesson. This booklet should be used and referred to by the students in all 19 lessons in unit 3 of this component. It has all of the key content information as well as all of the activities from the PowerPoints.
Part Three: Transformation of the Cold War bundle: Lessons 23-32 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972
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Part Three: Transformation of the Cold War bundle: Lessons 23-32 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

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These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Cold War topic; Conflict and tension between East and West, 1945-1972. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. There are various activities that are engaging and differentiated to meet the needs of all students studying history at GCSE. They have worked extremely well with my classes this year who have all made great progress. Included in this bundle are: PowerPoint presentations for every lesson Exam question lessons with model answers and student-friendly mark schemes Range of engaging activities Worksheets Videos
Part Two: Life in Elizabethan Times Bundle,  Lessons 12-25 - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603
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Part Two: Life in Elizabethan Times Bundle, Lessons 12-25 - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603

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These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Tudor topic; Elizabethan England, 1568-1603. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. This bundle includes the lessons 12-25 to the Elizabeth topic; Part Two: Life in Elizabethan Times and Part Four: Historic Environment. There are various activities that are engaging and differentiated to meet the needs of all students studying history at GCSE. They have worked extremely well with my classes this year who have all made great progress. Included in this bundle are: PowerPoint presentations for every lesson Exam question lessons with model answers and student-friendly mark schemes Range of engaging activities Worksheets Videos
Part Three: troubles at home and abroad bundle, Lesson 26-33 - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603
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Part Three: troubles at home and abroad bundle, Lesson 26-33 - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603

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These resources are for GCSE AQA students studying the unit on Elizabethan England, 1568-1603. They are designed for mixed ability students and the activities are different and engaging for every lesson. This set of lessons is designed for Part Three of the course entitled: troubles at home and abroad. Each lesson includes a PowerPoint presentation, worksheet, information sheet, video clips and/or teacher notes/revision materials.
Part One: The origins of the Cold War Lessons 1-13 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972
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Part One: The origins of the Cold War Lessons 1-13 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

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These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Cold War topic; Conflict and tension between East and West, 1945-1972. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. There are various activities that are engaging and differentiate to meet the needs of all students studying history at GCSE. They have worked extremely well with my classes this year who have all made great progress. The bundle includes: PowerPoints for each lesson Worksheets Videos/documentaries Homework Essay guidance Exam question lessons for questions 17 and 18 on paper 1 Model exam answers
Part One: Elizabeth’s Court and Parliament, Lessons 1-11 - Bundle: AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603
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Part One: Elizabeth’s Court and Parliament, Lessons 1-11 - Bundle: AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603

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These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Tudor topic; Elizabethan England, 1568-1603. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. This bundle includes the first 11 lessons to the Elizabeth topic; Part One: Elizabeth’s Court and Parliament. There are varios activities that are engaging and differentiated to meet the needs of all students studying history at GCSE. They have worked extremely well with my classes this year who have all made great progress. Included in this bundle are: PowerPoint presentations for every lesson Exam question lessons with model answers and student-friendly mark schemes Range of engaging activities Worksheets Videos
KS3 Medieval Life topic, Lessons 1-7 bundle
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KS3 Medieval Life topic, Lessons 1-7 bundle

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This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the Spring term. It is a 7 lesson enquiry into the question: What was life like in Medieval England? There are a range of engaging activities for the students to complete throughout each lesson. It is differentiated so that students of all abilities can access the lessons confidently. Please let me know how you found these lessons and I am happy to receive your reviews so that I can continue to improve my own teaching and learning practise. NB: There are some lessons where the KS3 textbook by Aaron Wilkes might be helpful (but other textbooks that you have available can be equally as helpful). The title I use is ‘Invasion, Plague and Murder’.
Elizabethan exploration: Francis Drake - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 (Free resource)
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Elizabethan exploration: Francis Drake - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 (Free resource)

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This lesson focuses on Francis Drake’s circumnavigation around the world and specifically the dangers and achievements he faced/gained on his journeys. This lesson is perfect for GCSE students studying the AQA spec. It is planned for use in a mixed ability class. This lesson is a part of my bundle on Part Two of this topic (Life in Elizabethan Times). You can find more of my resources for lessons 12-25 of this section of the topic on my profile. The link is below for you if you would like to have a further look: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-9-1-elizabethan-england-1568-1603-lessons-12-25-bundle-11809108 Students begin the lesson by sticking a picture of Francis Drake into their books and then using key information on the PowerPoint to write down notes around four categories around their picture including: achievements of voyage, aims for voyage, dangers/difficulties faced and places visited. (There is an option to watch a video clip about Drake’s voyage that students can use instead of the information on the PowerPoint). Students will then recreate the Drake’s voyage around the world using an A3 copy of a map and a card sort to plot the journey in chronological order. Once their map has been successfully completed, they will use the information for each of the cards to add key factual information around Drake’s picture from earlier in the lesson. Plenary: What was gained from Drake’s voyage of 1577 to 1580? Students will need to show what they have learned from the lesson by making a list of 5 achievements/consequences from Drake’s voyage. (There are suggestions on the last slide of the PowerPoint to help the weaker students in the class). Title of lesson: Why was Drake’s circumnavigation an achievement? Learning Objective: Explaining the degree of success on Drake’s circumnavigation voyages Please note: For this lesson you can use the new red AQA textbook ‘Elizabethan England: 1568-1603’ by Wesley Royle.
Elizabeth's early life - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 (Free resource)
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Elizabeth's early life - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 (Free resource)

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This lesson focuses on Elizabeth’s early life and career before she became Queen. This lesson is perfect for GCSE students studying the AQA spec. It is planned for use in a mixed ability class. This lesson is a part of my bundle on Part One of this topic (Elizabeth’s Court and Parliament). You can find more of my resources for lessons 1-11 of this section of the topic on my profile. The link is below for you if you would like to have a further look: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-9-1-elizabethan-england-1568-1603-part-one-elizabeth-s-court-and-parliament-lessons-1-11-bundle-11808302 Students begin the lesson by watching a video clip and answering three questions around a spider-diagram about Elizabeth’s birth and family when she was born i.e. Henry VIII, her mother’s background etc. Students create a timeline to summarise Elizabeth’s main events in her life up to her succession in 1558. Model answers and guidance is provided for all students so that there is clear differentiation. Extension tasks are provided for students including an activity where students choose three key events from their timeline of Elizabeth’s life and they have to explain why those events were significant in shaping Elizabeth’s personality and character. There is a chance for all students to come to a decision at the end of the lesson which can be conducted as a mini-debate focusing on whether Elizabeth’s early life prepared her well or not in being Queen of England later on in her life. There is an extension task/homework at the end of students using what they have learned during the lesson to create a job application for Elizabeth using key factual information/content to create the application. Title of lesson: Was Elizabeth ready to be Queen? Learning Objective: Judging how well-prepared Elizabeth was for her role as Queen Please note: For this lesson I use pages 12-14 from the new red AQA textbook ‘Elizabethan England: 1568-1603’ by Wesley Royle. Link to YouTube video in PowerPoint: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV2GKPtnlTo
Communist revolution in China - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-72
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Communist revolution in China - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-72

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Lesson Title: Why did the Cold War get colder in Asia? Learning Objective: **Describing the key events of the Chinese Revolution and ** Explaining the significance of events in Asia for superpower relations This lesson will teach students about hthe communist revolution in China in 1949. Students will learn about the Chinese leader Mao Zedong through teacher-led explanations. Students will carry out questioning of a source to start the lesson in order to make them think about communism spreading to Asia. Students will learn about the key events that occurred in China in 1949 and 1950 and explain why each event was significant to the Cold War by completing a map timeline to help them learn and understand the key factual information. (PLease note that any textbook can be used for this activity. However, I use pages 38 & 39 from the green OUP textbook by Aaron Wilkes). Students will then make a decision as to what event they thought was the most significant in China in affecting relations between East and West in the Cold War. Students will consolidate their learning in a written activity and there will be success criteria to model to the students how to write their answer (clear differentiation for all students to be able to access). This lesson is a free sample as part of my bundle that I have available on my profile. The bundle focuses on Part Two of the AQA GCSE specification on Conflict and Tension between East and West, 1945-72 (the development of the Cold War). The bundle includes many more original and engaging resources for mixed ability classes. Check out the bundle in my shop! The link for the Part Two bundle can be found below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-9-1-conflict-and-tension-between-east-and-west-1945-1972-lessons-12-20-11649745