This resource contains top grade points on language, form and structure for 7 of the conflict anthology poems. Each poem has 3 points, so enough for any essay needed in the GCSE exam. This resource is useful for revising and going over poems, whilst learning how to structure answers and integrate quotes.
The poems included are:
A Poison Tree
What Were They Like?
This is an oustanding revision tool for anyone doing GCSE History Warfare, condensing the whole specification down into 6 A4 pages (excluding battles). This table contains all key pieces of information on the nature and experience of warfare broken down into small subcategories and put into a handy colour-coded table to make it easy to visualize the correct time periods and achieve higher levels.
This word document contains a full mark example (written by me, not taken from examiners report) for the 2 consequences and narrative questions for the Berlin Blockade, Hungarian Uprising, Berlin Wall and Cuban Missile Crisis and narrative for the Creation of Soviet Satellite States.
This is both useful in lessons to show students example answers and also very useful to learn in case any of these come up.
This resource contains the planned full mark answers for 3 possible 12-markers from Elizabethan England and 2 16-markers.
These is useful to not only learn as part of revision but also to understand how to write a 12 or 16 mark answer to get top grades.2