Why were people unhappy under William the Conqueror?

Why were people unhappy under William the Conqueror?

Full lesson - worksheet as a hidden slide within the powerpoint. worksheet provides pupils with five things William changed and they write a speech expressing their discontent with these changes. Introduces pupils to the changes made by William following the Battle of Hastings and starts to unpick reasons Saxons disliked Norman rule. Levelled extended writing task differentiated for all pupils and discussion of the word consequence, what it means and how pupils should respond to it within their writing included.
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Norman Invasion: Housecarls V. Knights

Norman Invasion: Housecarls V. Knights

Full lesson - taught to y7 and y10 fits Edexcel specification (Anglo-Saxon and Norman England 1060-1088). Worksheets as a hidden slide within the powerpoint. Very successful when taught to year 10 pupils. Polish differentiation included.
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Slave Trade Triangle

Slave Trade Triangle

Lesson surrounding the Triangular Trade, animation included. Differentiated worksheet- comic book strip with gapfill for LA, titles for MA and can be provided empty for HA. Aims: Identify key stages of the triangular trade Explain why the slave trade was so profitable Compare which part of the triangular trade was most profitable.
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Gate Fulford 1066 (full lesson with animated battle strategy)

Gate Fulford 1066 (full lesson with animated battle strategy)

Full lesson aimed at KS3 examining that battle of Gate Fulford. WALT: Examine the events of Gate Fulford. WILF 1: Identify key things that happened at Gate Fulford. L3. WILF 2: Describe what happened at Gate Fulford. L4. WILF 3: Explain why Edwin and Morcar lost the Battle of Gate Fulford. L5. Fully animated battle strategy. Discusses Tostig, Hardrada, Edwin and Morcar - lesson has been aimed at preparing KS3 to study Normans at KS4 through the Edexcel examination board. Differentiation and worksheets as hidden slides within the powerpoint
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American West Revision Guide for Edexcel 9-1 2017

American West Revision Guide for Edexcel 9-1 2017

I have created this revision guide aimed at KS4 Edexcel 9-1 for the 2017 specification. It includes sections about: Plains Indians, Indian Wars, Homesteaders, Cattle Industry Each section has information sheets, revision ideas, key words and a quick quiz (all answers to the quiz are in the back of the book).
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What is Slavery? Introduction

What is Slavery? Introduction

What is slavery? Comparison activity of slavery - Egyptian, Medieval, Empirical and Modern Source analysis Level 3-6 (NC) differentiation Homework activity - pupils to research the four periods and draw a picture to represent slavery during that time period.
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Slave Rebellion and Opposition 18th-19thC

Slave Rebellion and Opposition 18th-19thC

Carousel task including: Stono Rebellion NY City Conspiracy Gabriel's Conspiracy German Coast Uprising Nat Turner's Rebellion Investigation of interpretations Peer assessment Worksheets as hidden slides
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Abolition in America and Britain - two lessons, worksheets and homework

Abolition in America and Britain - two lessons, worksheets and homework

Lesson 8 and 9 in slavery scheme of work. Worksheets included within the lesson powerpoint as hidden slides. Homework: Profile of a famous abolitionist. Lesson 1: Abolition in Britain - Focus on Slave Trade Act 1807, reasons for and against, William Wilberforce Lesson 2: Abolition in America - focus on comparison of Britain and America, Abraham Lincoln, civil war
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Slave Punishments

Slave Punishments

Designed to teach pupils the meaning of the word consequences - reflection of the command words for new specification at GCSE. Why were slaves treated brutally? How were they punished? What actions were punishable? Consequences of misbehaving.
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Slavery Bundle (7 lessons with homework, differentiation and fully resourced)

Slavery Bundle (7 lessons with homework, differentiation and fully resourced)

Skills building unit surrounding slavery in the British Empire and the Americas, developing skills towards KS4 GCSE. Aimed at Y8 KS3, fully differentiated for level 3-6. Lessons: What is slavery, Slave trade triangle Punishments Opposition and rebellion Abolition in America Abolition in Britain Were slaves really freed? Homework: Comparative cartoon homework Abolitionist profile
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Edexcel Nazi Germany Independent Revision Guide

Edexcel Nazi Germany Independent Revision Guide

Revision guide created cross referenced with the Edexcel textbook and specification. Focus on knowledge with guidance suggesting how pupils may revise. Structure: Pupil knowledge audit 2 A4 pages per quarter of the unit (weimar, rise to power etc) Checklist of revision ideas (create a facebook profile, create a mindmap, research etc) guidance to develop independent learners quick quiz (answers in the back) worksheet 1x section so that you can set guided revision homework The revision guide follows the structure of the textbook: Weimar Rise to Power Nazi Control Life in Nazi Germany
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Who should be King 1066?

Who should be King 1066?

Lesson to pair with who should be king homework. Who should be king homework - pupils have one each (3 claimants covered, Hardrada, Godwinson and William the Conqueror) Each profile includes: Why the individual wants to be king, problems with their plans, who they are and extension activity (an interesting fact about the individual). Support and differentiation: on the back of the worksheet it tells pupils who they are, their claim (strengths and weaknesses) and there are some websites for each individual at the bottom of the page. Pupils then use their research collaboratively to compare each other claimants and write a persuasive speech as to whom they think is the best choice.
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Who should be King 1066 facebook profiles

Who should be King 1066 facebook profiles

Aimed at KS3 usually set this as a homework. Included: facebook profiles for Hardrada, William the Conqueror and Godwinson Each profile includes: Why the individual wants to be king, problems with their plans, who they are and extension activity (an interesting fact about the individual). Support and differentiation: on the back of the worksheet it tells pupils who they are, their claim (strengths and weaknesses) and there are some websites for each individual at the bottom of the page.
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