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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.
Kaiser Wilhelm II problems game! - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 3

Kaiser Wilhelm II problems game! - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 3

Kaiser Wilhelm II game. Really enjoyable and engaging activity that helps students to understand the key problems Kaiser Wilhelm II had to deal with during his reign. These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on Germany: 1890-1945. 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. Title of lesson: What problems did Kaiser Wilhelm II face? Learning Objective: Explaining the challenges faced by Wilhelm II and how he responded to these challenges Link to AQA specification: Part One: Germany and the growth of democracy Kaiser Wilhelm and the difficulties of ruling Germany: the growth of parliamentary government; the influence of Prussian militarism; industrialisation; social reform and the growth of socialism
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Drake's voyage - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 - Lesson 25

Drake's voyage - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 - Lesson 25

These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Elizabethan England topic. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. Title of lesson: **Why was Drake’s circumnavigation an achievement? ** Learning Objective: Explaining the degree of success on Drake’s circumnavigation voyages
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Part One: Germany and the growth of democracy: Lessons 1-11, AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945

Part One: Germany and the growth of democracy: Lessons 1-11, AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945

These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on Germany: 1890-1945. 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. The bundle includes: PowerPoint presentations for each lesson Wilhelm II problems game worksheets Exam lessons with model answers, student friendly mark schemes etc Homeworks It is recommended that you use either the Oxford University Press or Hodder Education textbooks to help complete some of the activities suggested on the PowerPoints.
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Part One: Elizabeth’s Court and Parliament, Lessons 1-11 - Bundle: AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603

Part One: Elizabeth’s Court and Parliament, Lessons 1-11 - Bundle: AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603

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
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KS3 The First Crusade topic, Lessons 1-6 bundle

KS3 The First Crusade topic, Lessons 1-6 bundle

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.
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AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Breadth Content - Lessons 1-10 bundle

AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Breadth Content - Lessons 1-10 bundle

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.
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KS3 Battle of Hastings topic, Lessons 1-7 bundle

KS3 Battle of Hastings topic, Lessons 1-7 bundle

This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the Autumn term. It is a 6 lesson enquiry into the question: **Why did William win the Battle of Hastings? ** 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 booklet included in the bundle which you can use at the end of the topic to test students’ knowledge and understanding of the whole enquiry. 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 would be helpful (but other textbooks that you have available can be equally as helpful). The title I use is ‘Invasion, Plague and Murder’.
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Elizabethan theatres - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 - Lesson 14

Elizabethan theatres - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 - Lesson 14

These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Elizabethan England topic. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. Title of lesson: **What were theatres like in Elizabethan times? ** Learning Objective: **Understanding the development of the theatre in Elizabethan times ** Link to video in starter activity: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/z83msbk
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Elizabethan Poor Law - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 -Lesson 23

Elizabethan Poor Law - AQA GCSE: Elizabethan England, 1568-1603 -Lesson 23

These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on the Elizabethan England topic. The lessons are put in order of the scheme of work supplied by AQA. Title of lesson: **How did Elizabeth’s government deal with the poor? ** Learning Objective: Explaining the different ways Elizabeth’s government tried to help the poor
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Nazi arts and culture - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 28

Nazi arts and culture - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 28

Title of lesson: **How were the arts and culture of Germany affected by Nazi rule? ** Learning Objective: **Examining the arts and culture during the Nazi regime and ** **Contrasting art and culture in Nazi Germany with art and culture in Weimar Germany ** Link to AQA specification: Part Three: The experiences of Germans under the Nazis **Nazi culture **
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China & Communist Revolution - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972 - Lesson 14

China & Communist Revolution - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972 - Lesson 14

Title of lesson: 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 Link to AQA specification: Part Two: The development of the Cold War The significance of events in Asia for superpower relations: USSR’s support for Mao Tse-Tung and Communist revolution in China.
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AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Lessons 5-7 - Explanations of witch-hunting

AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Lessons 5-7 - Explanations of witch-hunting

Lesson title: What were the main causes of European witch-hunting? Learning Objectives: Evaluating the main causes of witch-hunting This lesson also includes a summary essay for the students to complete. This will enable them to create a balanced argument on the causes of witch-hunting between 1560 and 1660. They will also be able to include and evaluate different historical theories. The essay question is: To what extent was witch-hunting in the period from 1560 to 1660 the result of social and economic change? This can be seen as a mini-essay/response to their big coursework question.
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NATO and the Warsaw Pact - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972 - Lesson 17

NATO and the Warsaw Pact - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972 - Lesson 17

Title of lesson: **How did military rivalries develop the Cold War? ** Learning Objective: Identifying the key features of NATO and the Warsaw Pact and **Explaining why they were formed and how they made relations worse ** Link to AQA specification: Part Two: The development of the Cold War Military rivalries: membership and purposes of NATO and the Warsaw Pact.
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Hitler becomes dictator - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 16

Hitler becomes dictator - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 16

Title of lesson: **How did Hitler become dictator? ** Learning Objective: **Assessing why the events that led to Hitler’s dictatorship were able to occur ** Link to AQA specification: Part Two: Germany and the Depression The establishment of Hitler’s dictatorship: the Enabling Act; elimination of political opposition; trade unions.
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AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Depth Content - Lessons 11-18 bundle

AQA A Level: NEA Component 3: Witchcraft c.1560-1660, Depth Content - Lessons 11-18 bundle

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.
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Part One: Germany and the growth of democracy: Lessons 1-11, AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945

Part One: Germany and the growth of democracy: Lessons 1-11, AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945

These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on Germany: 1890-1945. 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. The bundle includes: PowerPoint presentations for each lesson Wilhelm II problems game worksheets Exam lessons with model answers, student friendly mark schemes etc Homeworks It is recommended that you use either the Oxford University Press or Hodder Education textbooks to help complete some of the activities suggested on the PowerPoints.
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Part One: The origins of the Cold War Lessons 1-13 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

Part One: The origins of the Cold War Lessons 1-13 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

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
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Kaiser Wilhelm II problems game! - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 3

Kaiser Wilhelm II problems game! - AQA GCSE (9-1) Germany: 1890-1945 Lesson 3

Kaiser Wilhelm II game. Really enjoyable and engaging activity that helps students to understand the key problems Kaiser Wilhelm II had to deal with during his reign. These resources are ideal for mixed ability students studying the AQA GCSE 9-1 specification on Germany: 1890-1945. 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. Title of lesson: What problems did Kaiser Wilhelm II face? Learning Objective: Explaining the challenges faced by Wilhelm II and how he responded to these challenges Link to AQA specification: Part One: Germany and the growth of democracy Kaiser Wilhelm and the difficulties of ruling Germany: the growth of parliamentary government; the influence of Prussian militarism; industrialisation; social reform and the growth of socialism
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Part Three: Transformation of the Cold War bundle: Lessons 23-32 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

Part Three: Transformation of the Cold War bundle: Lessons 23-32 - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-1972

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
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Navy Laws - AQA GCSE: Democracy and Dictatorship: Germany, 1890-1945

Navy Laws - AQA GCSE: Democracy and Dictatorship: Germany, 1890-1945

Title of lesson: Why did Germany want a bigger navy? Learning Objective: Examining how Germans felt in relation to the impact of the Naval Laws Link to AQA specification: Part One: Germany and the growth of democracy the domestic importance of the Navy Laws This lesson will enable students to learn what the navy laws were in Wilhelmine Germany and why they were important to Germany and Wilhelm II. Students will be able to explain the importance of the laws for the German military and why Wilhelm II needed them as a domestic distraction against the problems of socialism that he faced. Students will learn about the navy laws through an engaging activity known as ‘dictogloss’. This lesson is a free sample as part of my bundle that I have available on my profile. The bundle focuses on Part One of the AQA GCSE specification and includes over 11 lessons with original and engaging resources for mixed ability classes. Check out my bundle in my shop! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-9-1-germany-1890-1945-part-one-germany-and-the-growth-of-democracy-lessons-1-11-11642392 Please leave a review and let me know what you think about this lesson.
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How did the Cold War start? - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-72

How did the Cold War start? - AQA GCSE: Conflict and tension, 1945-72

Lesson Title: How did the Cold War start? Learning Objective:** Describing the key differences between Capitalism and Communism and** Explaining why the contrasting ideologies led to the start of the Cold War This lesson will teach students about how the Cold War started, focusing particularly on the ideological differences between the two superpowers, Russia and America. Students will need to create 6 snap chat frames for either the ideology of capitalism or the ideology of communism. All of the information for both ideologies has been provided on the PowerPoint. Students will join another pair after they have completed their own ideology and present the ideologies to each other so that the class has a full understanding about both key ideologies and the contrasts between them. Students will then use this knowledge to complete a plenary activity whereby they must explain why these differences in ideology would lead the superpowers in to a Cold War. This lesson is a free sample as part of my bundle that I have available on my profile. The bundle focuses on Part One of the AQA GCSE specification on Conflict and Tension between East and West, 1945-72 (the origins 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 One 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-1-11-11649724 Please let me know what you think of this free resource by leaving me a review. Much appreciated!
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Hitler becomes dictator - AQA GCSE Democracy and Dictatorship: Germany, 1890-1945

Hitler becomes dictator - AQA GCSE Democracy and Dictatorship: Germany, 1890-1945

Lesson Title: How did Hitler become dictator? Learning Objective: Evaluating events was that helped Hitler become dictator of Germany This lesson will teach students about the key events that helped Hitler become dictator. The students will be able to summarise each event that aided Hitler in becoming dictator through a card sort and table activity. (Teacher answers are provided). Students will be able to assess why each event was important in helping Hitler towards dictatorship. (Answers provided on the PowerPoint). Students will carry out a pass-the-parcel activity with statements being passed around the classroom and classical Nazi German music in the background (link on the PowerPoint to Youtube video). Students will be able to evaluate which event they felt was the most significant in helping Hitler become dictator. Success criteria and sentence starters provided for the class as differentiation for all students to be able to come to a decision by the end of the lesson. An official lesson plan is also provided as this lesson was observed by OFSTED. The OFSTED report personally mentioned this lesson and so I was obviously very proud of this achievement. 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 (Germany and the Depression) and includes many more original and engaging resources for mixed ability classes. Check out my 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-germany-1890-1945-part-two-germany-and-the-depression-lessons-12-17-11645194 Please give me your feedback with a review. Much appreciated!
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