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Head of Humanities at a leading British international school in the Middle East. Edexcel A Level Politics Examiner, Edexcel iGCSE Examiner Developing curriculum for Edexcel iGCSE Medicine, Vietnam, Superpower Relations and Germany and Edexcel A Level Route F: In Search or the American Dream and South Africa: Apartheid to Rainbow Nation

Head of Humanities at a leading British international school in the Middle East. Edexcel A Level Politics Examiner, Edexcel iGCSE Examiner Developing curriculum for Edexcel iGCSE Medicine, Vietnam, Superpower Relations and Germany and Edexcel A Level Route F: In Search or the American Dream and South Africa: Apartheid to Rainbow Nation
1. Where did Parliament come from?
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1. Where did Parliament come from?

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First lesson of a Year 8 scheme of working covering the development of democracy in the UK. The scheme looks to the influences of the US and French revolutions and charts the impact they had on reforms in Britain during the C19th. First lesson looks at the origins of Parliament. Please note, scheme of work and lesson assumes that students already have some knowledge / have studied the Magna Carta and power of the monarchy.
South Africa, 1948-94 - Complete Booklet Series
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South Africa, 1948-94 - Complete Booklet Series

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Contains all 4 booklets, each of which cover each of the 4 chapters / topics covered for Edexcel Route F: Searching for rights and freedoms in the 20th century - Paper 2. The booklets can be used to deliver all lessons, covering all aspects of the specification. Activites include note taking, research skills and assessment preparation takes for most sub-sections of the chapter. All page number refer to the main Pearson course textbook. During Distance Learning and the closure of schools I have been able to guide my students so as to ensure all aspects of the course have been covered in a managable and effective way. Please do review / rate if you download as it helps people to find these resources.
South Africa Booklet 1: The Response to Apartheid, 1948-59
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South Africa Booklet 1: The Response to Apartheid, 1948-59

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Booklet to support Edexcel A Level Route F Paper 2: South Africa, 1948-94: from apartheid states to ‘rainbow nation’. All activiites / page numbers refer to the Pearson Edexcel Text: Searching for Rights and Freedoms in the C20th Helps teachers and students to cover all the main teaching points and includes numerous examination focus tasks for both the source and non source questions.
South Africa Booklet 4: The end of apartheid
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South Africa Booklet 4: The end of apartheid

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Final booklet to support the teaching and learning of Edexcel A Level History Route F Paper 2: South Africa, 1948-94: from apartheid state to ‘rainbow nation’. This booklet covers Chapter 4 - the end of apartheid and the creation of the ‘rainbow nation’, 1984-94 - looking at: Township revolts, the UDF, Botha’s reforms and ‘total strategy’, the path to talks, de Klerk’s new course, freeing Mandela, negotiations, CODESA, violence and popular mobilisation, constitutional agreement and elections. The booklet includes checklist, activites to support all of the specification, practise assessment tasks and questions as well as link to follow on reading. All tasks can be completed using the core Pearson ‘Searching for rights and freedoms’ textbook. Please do rate / review if you download as it helps others to find useful resources.
The American Dream
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The American Dream

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Introduction to USA A Level study looking at the ideals behind the ‘American Dream’. This lesson was used to introduce Y12 students to Edexcel A Level History Route F: Paper 1 - In search of the American Dream, 1917-96 Includes embedded video links and resources.
4. When did Parliament become more powerful than the monarch?
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4. When did Parliament become more powerful than the monarch?

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Forth lesson of a Year 8 scheme of working covering the development of democracy in the UK. The scheme looks to the influences of the US and French revolutions and charts the impact they had on reforms in Britain during the C19th. The forth lesson focuses on the flow of power between monarchs and Parliament between 1650 and 1830 (adapted from Thinkinghistory.co.uk)
The Government and Public Health in the C19th
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The Government and Public Health in the C19th

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Created for Edexcel iGCSE History Paper 2, suitable for use for Edexcel GCSE course as well as other boards, with exam-style question modification. Includes objectives, starter, a number of activities and exam practice. Uses iGCSE Medicine 1848-1948 for one task but this can be completed with use of video clip included.
2. Why did the English kill their King?
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2. Why did the English kill their King?

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Second lesson of a Year 8 scheme of working covering the development of democracy in the UK. The scheme looks to the influences of the US and French revolutions and charts the impact they had on reforms in Britain during the C19th. The second lesson focuses on the causes and events of the English Civil War.
3. What happened after the defeat of the King?
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3. What happened after the defeat of the King?

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Third lesson of a Year 8 scheme of working covering the development of democracy in the UK. The scheme looks to the influences of the US and French revolutions and charts the impact they had on reforms in Britain during the C19th. The second lesson focuses on the trial and execution of Charles I, as well as life under Cromwell.
4. When did the King become more powerful?
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4. When did the King become more powerful?

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4th lesson in a series of lesson looking at the development over democracy, predominately focused on the UK, however lessons will also consider the impact of both the American and French revolutions. This lesson sees students introduced to all monarchs between 1650 and 1850. Students will chart the development of Parliamentary power and decrease of the power of the monarchy.