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Peterloo Massacre mini case study SOW
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Peterloo Massacre mini case study SOW

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This is a mini case study of three lessons around the Peterloo Massacre of 1819 in Manchester. It focuses on using first hand and second hand accounts to view contrasting opinions and interpretations of the event. There is also opportunitiy to examine Shelley’s 'The Masque of Anarchy. Then the work of the historian Robert Reid is also examined.
Key Content 'Big Hitter' Revision Sheets
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Key Content 'Big Hitter' Revision Sheets

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Condensed content for Eduqas GCSE History content- Development of the USA 1930-Present Day. Simplified content to be used for revision/LPA students. Content is tailored to the exam questions most likely to be used for these topics. Covers Vietnam, Martin Luther King, Cuban Missile Crisis, Policies of Clinton, Consumerism and Suburbia and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Battle of Hastings- Who Should Be King?
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Battle of Hastings- Who Should Be King?

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First lesson from a Battle of Hastings SOW focusing on the different claimants to the throne. Includes questioning strategy ‘Everybody Writes’ and recall quiz proforma answer sheets.
Native American Yr 8 SOW
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Native American Yr 8 SOW

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This is for year 8 students and looks at how the lives of Native Americans changed due to colonisation. All lesson resources and PowerPoints included.
Battle of Stamford Bridge and Battle of Hastings
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Battle of Stamford Bridge and Battle of Hastings

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This lesson focuses on the Battle of Stamford Bridge and the Battle of Hastings. It could be spread over two lessons as there is a lot on causation. Full lesson including highlighter heads starter and WAGOLL paragraph. Hope it helps.
Battle of Hastings- Who Should be King Lesson
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Battle of Hastings- Who Should be King Lesson

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This lesson focuses on the claims to the throne in 1066, leading up to the Battle of Hastings. It is a full lesson with all resources. In the final part of the lesson students are given a source analysis assessment task which is also included. I hope it’s useful!