Consequence and Importance skills lesson (American West Edexcel 9-1)

Consequence and Importance skills lesson (American West Edexcel 9-1)

aim: consolidate knowledge of key principles and build consequence and importance of skills Starter: Match the event with the consequences on the worksheet Pupils have a worksheet with two consequences for each significant event in the unit establish the difference between consequence and importance Colour code consequences into importance question types (key themes like destruction of Indian culture and Settlement of the west) attempt an importance of question as a class create a question using question stems and answer it themselves.
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KS3 Operation Barbarossa (WW2)

KS3 Operation Barbarossa (WW2)

Pupils will: Analyse a source to suggest what the relationship was like between Hitler and Stalin describe two reasons Hitler chose to invade Russia - guided questions on the PPT for support suggest what Britain should do - four options to engage pupils before they discover Churchill’s speech as a response Explain why Stalin was able to beat Hitler - rank a worksheet and then explain one in detail. create a battle plan as if they are Hitler, what could they have done to beat Stalin? WALT: Evaluate the causes and consequences of Hitler’s decision to invade Russia. Level 3: Identify what the relationship between Stalin and Hitler was like in 1941. Level 4: Describe the causes of the invasion of Russia. Level 5: Explain why Russia were able to beat Hitler. Level 6: Create a battle plan to try to overcome Stalin.
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End of unit consolidation and mock (Edexcel History American West 9-1)

End of unit consolidation and mock (Edexcel History American West 9-1)

Consolidation: Pupils will match up key acts and treaties as a quick recall activity Then they will create two narrative account timelines for Mormon and Exoduster movements. Consider consequences of the Gold Rush before explaining in detail why each feature of the Boom Towns lead to law and order problems. Finally, pupils will evaluate how far things had changed for the Indians using acts and treaties to explain whether there were any significant turning points. Mock attached, follows next lesson.
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REVISION American West Thinking Quilt (Edexcel 9-1)

REVISION American West Thinking Quilt (Edexcel 9-1)

American West thinking quilt designed to provide pupils with the opportunity to make links between different events and consider their impact on the development of the American West. I have checked through both the Pearson textbook and revision guide to ensure that all key content is included in this A3 thinking quilt. Pupils first read the boxes and add a sentence to any that they are not sure of with the support of peers, revision guides or the teacher. They then colour code them based on catagories they could fit into such as ‘law and order’ and ‘conflict with Plains Indians’. You can find the lesson that this thinking quilt is a part of here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/revision-key-features-of-the-american-west-edexcel-9-1-11884964
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REVISION Key features of the American West (Edexcel 9-1)

REVISION Key features of the American West (Edexcel 9-1)

This is an hour revision session designed for intervention prior to examination. Pupils will: Describe key developments using images to prompt recall answer a 10 question quiz to test their knowledge and highlight areas for development complete a thinking quilt that covers the entire unit and key themes complete three importance questions as a group (see cover image)
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Medicine Through Time Revision Bundle

Medicine Through Time Revision Bundle

Five sessions that cover revision for the Medicine Through Time unit. Each session comes with a worksheet for pupils to create that they can take home to revise from. Sessions include: Medieval medicine 1250-1500 Renaissance medicine 1500-1700 Early Modern medicine 1700-1900 Modern medicine 1900-2000 WW1 Medicine in the trenches (Historic environment) 1914-1918
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Tudor/Elizabeth I Entertainment

Tudor/Elizabeth I Entertainment

Whole lesson aimed at KS3 exploring Elizabethan/Tudor entertainment. Pupils examine an image of bear baiting and infer what they think is happening they read a source and add to/alter their description they self assess it they explore other types of entertainment finally they apply their knowledge by creating a poster for a spectator-fest in their Tudor village WALT: Explore methods of entertainment available in Elizabethan England. Level 3: Infer what you can learn from a source. Level 4: Describe types of entertainment available in Tudor England. Level 5: Explain why these sports were dangerous. Level 6: Evaluate which sport was most popular and compare why you think this is the case.
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REVISION Elizabethan Exploration (Edexcel 9-1: Early Elizabethan England)

REVISION Elizabethan Exploration (Edexcel 9-1: Early Elizabethan England)

This is the final lesson in the revision bundle for Paper Two Early Elizabethan England on the new Edexcel specification (2016). This session will cover: Why exploration was promoted Drake’s circumnavigation of the globe - consequence question Raleigh and Virginia (and why it failed) Planning three explain why questions 15 question quiz to guide future revision of pupils
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Early Elizabethan England Revision Bundle inc. Mock (Edexcel 9-1)

Early Elizabethan England Revision Bundle inc. Mock (Edexcel 9-1)

This revision bundle covers the content required to revise Paper Two of Early Elizabethan England (Edexcel 9-1). Sessions included in this bundle: Key people (Elizabeth, Walsingham, Mary QoS) Life and problems (poverty, education, entertainment) Plots against Elizabeth (Ridolfi, Babington, Throckmorton, Northern Earls, Armada) Exploration (Drake and Raleigh with exam practice) Full mock also included
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Cattle Industry (Rise and Decline): REVISION American West

Cattle Industry (Rise and Decline): REVISION American West

Part of a series of revision sessions that provide pupils with an overview of the American West unit prior to examination. As part of this revision session pupils will revise: Changing role of the Cowboy Rise of cattle industry and key individuals Decline of the cattle industry Johnson County War: Causes, conduct, consequences Possible examination questions
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Government Actions Timeline 1830-95: REVISION American West

Government Actions Timeline 1830-95: REVISION American West

Revision lesson based around building knowledge of government Acts and Treaty’s Pupils create a timeline using either worksheets or carousel (both options included). They colour code key features and consequences so that it is easy to revise from. Time permitting, pupils can then write exam questions that relate to the information they have studied SAMS questions included as examples to talk through with the group. Homework could then be to complete one of these questions.
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REVISION Stresemann and recovery (Edexcel 9-1: Weimar and Nazi Germany)

REVISION Stresemann and recovery (Edexcel 9-1: Weimar and Nazi Germany)

This lesson covers the content required for Stresemann and recovery of Germany after the first world war for Paper 3 of the new Edexcel specification (2016). Pupils will explore both interpretations and source questions within this revision lesson. They will be provided with a worksheet that covers all of the steps Stresemann takes to ensure Germany is able to recover following the TOV. They can then take this home to support independent revision. Pupils will: analyse the Stresemann as our saviour source Highlight key changes made by Stresemann and explain why people did and didn’t like them. Answer the two four mark interpretation questions and plan an explain why question.
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REVISION Hitler's Rise to Power (Edexcel 9-1: Weimar and Nazi Germany)

REVISION Hitler's Rise to Power (Edexcel 9-1: Weimar and Nazi Germany)

This lesson is set to help pupils revise content surrounding Hitler’s rise to power in preparation for Paper 3 of the new edexcel specification (2016). Pupils will: Describe the Reichstag Fire Analyse the reasons he rose to power - differentiated Plan and answer (if time) a 20 mark interpretation question Analyse how useful a source is
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Who moved West? Revision session American West Edexcel 9-1

Who moved West? Revision session American West Edexcel 9-1

Revision lesson designed to last one hour. Homework included that analyses the Oklahoma Land Rush and gives pupils a choice of three exam questions - narrative, consequence or importance. Pupils: define push and pull factors and explain why people moved west analyse a timeline of key features of the migration west describe the Mormon migration, Exoduster movement and Donner Party Analyse the importance and the consequences of the Homestead Act
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REVISION Treaty of Versailles and Weimar (Edexcel 9-1 Weimar and Nazi Germany)

REVISION Treaty of Versailles and Weimar (Edexcel 9-1 Weimar and Nazi Germany)

Part of a series of revision lessons in which pupils prepare for their final examination for Paper Three Weimar and Nazi Germany as part of the 2016 Edexcel specification. Pupils will: WALT: Revise the Treaty of Versailles and problems with the Weimar government. Grade 3: Identify the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and describe how the Germans felt about it. Grade 5: Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar constitution. Grade 7: Explain why the government was unpopular and who opposed it. Grade 9: Evaluate whether Hyperinflation was positive or negative for the people of Germany.
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Elizabethan England: Education

Elizabethan England: Education

A lesson that explores the education system fully differentiated with AFL for each task. Pupils will: Identify what education is like today and why it is seen as valuable Describe why not everyone valued education in Elizabethan England Explain why attitudes changed Analyse the education system - was it fair? Compare the similarities and differences to education today.
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KS3 Invasion of Poland (WW2) Narrative account lesson

KS3 Invasion of Poland (WW2) Narrative account lesson

Pupils will explore the invasion of Poland with the aim of creating a GCSE style narrative account in preparation for the skills needed at KS4. Pupils will: examine the Munich Agreement and hypothesise how peopl e would react to it Watch a video of the invasion and collect notes to be able to describe the invasion Put the events of the invasion into chronological order using visual prompts for support create a narrative account using a GCSE support sheet that allows development towards explaining why events lead to one another and cause change.
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KS3 The Blitz (WW2) How useful sources

KS3 The Blitz (WW2) How useful sources

This is part of a scheme of work that prepares KS3 pupils for the GCSE reforms and skills required for KS4. Pupils will be provided with opportunities within the lesson to build on their ability to write in PEEL paragraphs, make inferences, and analyse a source to explain why it is useful. Pupils will: 1 identify what has happened to a building that has been bombed and explain how they know this using an inference 2. watch Pathe primary sources to examine the experiences of Londoners during the Blitz 3. Describe where shelter would be found and explain which was best and why (PEEL) 4. Analyse a source to explain why it is useful for a historian examining the experiences of Londoners during WW2.
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