Hero image

213Uploads

61k+Views

33k+Downloads

Head of department. Teacher since 2013
Edexcel Politics - US Presidency
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Edexcel Politics - US Presidency

(0)
Complete lessons of the American Presdiency , including a revision clock for the unit. Lessons focus on guided reading meaning students can independently complete these activities.
Edexcel Politics - US Congress
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Edexcel Politics - US Congress

(0)
Complete lessons of the US Congress including an end of unit knowledge test and a revision clock for the unit. Lessons focus on guided reading meaning students can independently complete these activities.
Pressure groups USA
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Pressure groups USA

(2)
An excellent workbook that takes students through pressure groups in the USA. Looks at all aspects of the AQA specification including comparisons with political parties, roles and functions, and what makes pressure groups successful. Includes all past exam questions and also some additional reading on PACs. Can be tweaked to be used on the Edexcel course too. A really useful resource for students studying A-Level Politics.
Edexcel Politics - US Constitution
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Edexcel Politics - US Constitution

(0)
Complete lessons of the US Constitution, including an end of unit knowledge test and a revision clock for the unit. Lessons focus on guided reading meaning students can independently complete these activities.
The Great Fire of London
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

The Great Fire of London

(0)
A lesson ideal for KS3, focusing on the events of the Great Fire of London, the causes, and consequences of the Fire. Uses sources and higher level thinking skills for students to investigate this. Includes challenge and super challenge activities throughout.
The Glorious Revolution
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

The Glorious Revolution

(0)
A lesson exploring what the Glorious Revolution was and how it impacted on democracy. Differentiated activities and worksheets for higher, middle and lower ability students
The Cuban Missile Crisis (GCSE)
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

The Cuban Missile Crisis (GCSE)

(1)
A lesson ideal for the new Edexcel GCSE scheme of work, this lesson (will probably take around 3 hours to do), looks at the causes, events, and consequences of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Includes an 8 mark exam question for students to consolidate their knowledge.
Depth 2 - The Crimean War - 'The British experience of warfare 1790-1918'
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Depth 2 - The Crimean War - 'The British experience of warfare 1790-1918'

(0)
Depth lessons for the new A-Level 'The British experience of warfare 1790-1918'. This bundle of lessons covers 3/4 weeks worth of lesson time, along with numerous assessment points. I have used the 'Edexcel A Level History. Paper 3 The British Experience of Warfare C1790-1918 by Rick Rogers, Brian Williams', however, I can scan and email the pages if you need to. Included in this bundle are lessons on 'how well prepared the British were'; 'Nightingale and Seacole' and 'coverage of the Crimean War'
Why was smuggling an issue in the 18th century
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Why was smuggling an issue in the 18th century

(0)
This lesson is ideal for either KS3 who are looking at crime and punishment over time, or ideal for the new Edexcel GCSE course. This lesson looks at the reasons why smuggling was such a big issue in the 18th century. Students will complete a card sort on the different reasons organizing them into different factors, before selecting the most important. Differentiated activities throughout the lesson, with a judgement question used as the plenary.
Elizabeth I - threats
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Elizabeth I - threats

(0)
Who were the biggest threats to Elizabeth I - The Puritans or Catholics. A lesson looking at the different religious threats that Elizabeth I faced. Differentiated activities and worksheets for higher, middle and lower ability. Fits in nicely when looking at Elizabeth I and religion.
Bloody code
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Bloody code

(0)
Ideal to be used with KS3 to as part of a programme teaching exam skills, or useful for the new Edexcel GCSE course. This lesson looks at the reasons behind the Bloody Code being introduced. It includes the game quick on the draw, which is ideal for team building, testing literacy skills and extracting key information. Students will then look at the reasons behind the introduction of the Bloody Code, explaining, prioritizing and linking the reasons. Also includes a 12 mark exam question
Unit 1 People and Politics - POLITICAL PARTIES BUNDLE
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Unit 1 People and Politics - POLITICAL PARTIES BUNDLE

(0)
This bundle includes everything you need for teaching Edexcel's Government and Politics course (Unit 1 - Political Parties). Includes differentiated tasks, numerous exam questions, and group activities. Lessons can be brought separately for £2 each if required.
Edexcel Politics - Electoral systems
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Edexcel Politics - Electoral systems

(0)
Complete lessons of electoral systems, including an end of unit knowledge test and a revision clock for the unit. Lessons focus on guided reading meaning students can independently complete these activities.
Cold War revision guide
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Cold War revision guide

(11)
An extensive revision guide crated to support students through the new Edexcel 9-1 History GCSE (Superpower relations). This revision guide offers condensed notes, quick quizzes, exam questions and model answers.
What is History?
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

What is History?

(2)
A powerpoint that goes through key skills like chronology, timelines, matching dates to centuries and source analysis skills. Ideal for a year 7 introduction lesson
Domesday book
georgiaperrygeorgiaperry

Domesday book

(2)
An overview of how the Normans started to control Britain, starting with the Domesday Book. Looks at the problems of the book too.