Partition of India KS3 Lessons
KS3 Lessons on India’s Partition Lesson 1- What was British decolonisation in India? Lesson 2- How have people remembered decolonisation in India? Lesson 3- What can the experiences of women tell us about partition? Lesson 4- Assessment
KS3 Mughal Empire Lessons - Who was the most successful Mughal Emperor?
11 Lessons on the Mughal Empire in India- Enquiry question titled: Who was the most succesful Mughal Emperor? Assessment title: How far was Akbar the most succesful Mughal Emperor? Lesson 1- Emperor Babur Lesson 2- Emperor Humayan Lesson 3- Writing Practice (scaffolds included) Lesson 4- Emperor Akbar Lesson 5- Emperor Akbar’s changes Lesson 6- Writing practice (scaffolds included) Lesson 7- Emperor Jahangir Lesson 8- Writing practice (optional) Lesson 9- Shah Jahan Lesson 10- Emperor Aurungzeb Lesson 11- Assessment (practice and scaffolds included).
Diverse History KS3 Units fully resourced
Fully resourced, knowledge heavy lessons on separate units: West African Kingdoms The Mughal Empire The Partition of India ALL LESSONS Include assessment question and fully resourced scaffolds and worked examples
KS3 West African Kingdoms History Lessons
8 lessons on West African Kingdoms titled ‘Why did West African Kingdoms become so globalised in the 14th century?’ Lesson 1- What was West Africa like in 1350? Lesson 2- How did Mansa Musa’s travels contribute to globalised West African Kingdoms? Lesson 3- Writing practice: How did Mansa Musa’s travels contribute to globalised West African Kingdoms? Lesson 4- Why did the gold trade grow in West Africa? Lesson 5- Writing practice: Why did the gold trade contribute to West Africa becoming globalised? Lesson 6- Why did Islam contribute to West Africa becoming globalised? Lessson 7- Planning Lesson 8- Assessment
KS3 What was the British Empire Lessons
What was the British Empire is a fully resourced SOW with strong foucs on building knowledge and scaffolding for all learners. Lesson 1- Why did the British build an empire? Lesson 2- How did the British take over India? Lesson 3- Why did Indians rebel in 1857? Lesson 4- How did Europe scramble for Africa? Lesson 5- Why did Europe scramble for Africa? Lesson 6- How did the Zulu people resist British invasion? Lesson 7- What was British decolonisation in India? Lesson 8 preparation- Assessment question ‘How convincing are interpretations A and B on what the British Empire was really like?’ Lesson 9- Assessment (using the remainder of lesson 8 slides).