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History resources from key stage 3 to key stage 4. New GCSE resources being added to all of the time! Great time saving resources, worksheets, lesson bundles, role plays and much more..............

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History resources from key stage 3 to key stage 4. New GCSE resources being added to all of the time! Great time saving resources, worksheets, lesson bundles, role plays and much more..............
The story of Olaudah Equiano activity

The story of Olaudah Equiano activity

You are going to be placed into groups. Each group will be given part of the story of the life of Olaudah Equiano. In your group you must read the story and think about what it teaches you about the life of a slave. You will then present your part of the story to the rest of the class You have 18 minutes to read your story and create a short presentation
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Newspaper report analysis of Kristallnacht

Newspaper report analysis of Kristallnacht

2 separate newspaper reports on the events of Kristallnacht - one British and one Nazi to compare and contrast interpreations of a key turning point in the increased Nazi persecution of the Jews
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Life inside the Ghettos sources

Life inside the Ghettos sources

15 A4 sized sources that can be used in a carousel activity to get students to explore what life was like inside the ghettos built by the Nazis across Nazi occupied Europe. A lot of the sources focus on life inside the Warsaw Ghetto
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King John VS the Barons boxing match role play activity

King John VS the Barons boxing match role play activity

The year is 1215. For the last 5 years King John and the Barons have been falling out. Their relationship gets worse and the Barons begin to challenge the power of John. Your challenge is to show how and why the Barons began to challenge the power of King John................
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How did Medieval Parliament work Role play activity

How did Medieval Parliament work Role play activity

The year is 1295 Edward I is king of England. He has called a meeting of Parliament. Parliament usually met whenever the king needed it but usually it met several times a year. In 1295 Edward I called Parliament to discuss taxes. Lets explore how it worked
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