Complete interactive lesson and resources for a lesson about inventors, inventions and the Great Exhibiiton.
Pupils to learn about an invention (from 6) from the Industrial Revolution and decide whether it is worthy of a place at the Exhibition.
Ideal for KS3 (Part of larger scheme of work focussing on how working class men gained power)
Lesson and resources on what life was like for a typical women during the Tudor times. Lesson focuses on life of a woman and then why women were treated differently. Lesson fits into a wider scheme of work on how women’s lives have progressed over time, from the Tudor times to today.
Ideally for KS3. Question stems are from AQA GCSE.
Powerpoint and resources for a lesson on whether Churchill deserves to be on a £5 note. Pupils look at modern interpretation and evaluate evidence and make a judgement on the character of Winston Churchill.
Part of a 4 lesson scheme of work focussing on the historical skill of interpretations (how and why they are different)
Complete powerpoint and resources for a lesson on whether Elizabeth I was a typical Tudor women.
Pupils will learn about Queen Elizabeth’s life and then evaluate whether this was typical or atypical of the time
Resources include worksheet and information, plus activities such as the agree o’meter.
Part of a wider scheme addressing the progress of women throughout time.
Complete powerpoint and resources for a lesson focussed on factory and mine conditions and reforms.
Lesson starts by pupils analysing sources about factory conditions, considering support and opposition to reforms and then whether the the factory reforms were successful.
Ideal for KS3 (Part of a larger scheme of work focussing on how working class men gained power)
Powerpoint and resources for a lesson on why different people have different opinions of Churchill. Pupils look at different interpretations and the provenance of these interpretations to decide why their opinions are a certain way.
These knowledge organisers are designed for the AQA GCSE Germany 1890-1945 course (content is very similar for other exam boards) There are 8 knowledge organisers including: Kaiser Wilhelm, WW1, Weimar Republic, Golden Years, Hitler’s Rise to Power, Hitler’s economy, Nazi social groups, Jewish persecution and Opposition. Each knowledge organiser comes with advise on how to self test and quiz. You can also buy quizzes that are designed for each knowledge organiser
This resource can be used as homework during a holocaust scheme of work where the pupils research a different survivor each week. There are 5 survivor stories and a template worksheet for the pupils to fill in each week.
The resource can also be used within lessons.
Complete powerpoint and resources for lesson on how the Industrial Revolution changed Britain.
The focus is the shift from the domestic system to the factory system and the growth of towns.
Ideal for KS3 (Part of a larger scheme of work focussing on how working class people gained more power)