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I am Head of History at an 'Outstanding' school in London. These resources have helped me achieve positive value added with all my exam classes.

I am Head of History at an 'Outstanding' school in London. These resources have helped me achieve positive value added with all my exam classes.
Anglo-Saxon/Normans Lecture GCSE
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Anglo-Saxon/Normans Lecture GCSE

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** OFFER 50% off ONLY UNTIL APRIL ** This is a lecture I give towards the end of the year or at the end of the scheme. It is aimed at giving the students a chronological overview from start to finish of the topic. It was specifically designed for the Edexcel New spec GCSE. Included is a ‘how to answer’ guide for the Edexcel new spec GCSE.
Superpowers & The Cold War Lecture GCSE/A-Level
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Superpowers & The Cold War Lecture GCSE/A-Level

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This is a lecture I give towards the end of the year or at the end of the scheme. It is aimed at giving the students a chronological overview from start to finish of the topic. It was specifically designed for the Edexcel New spec GCSE. However, I have used it for A-Level too. Included is a ‘how to answer’ guide for the Edexcel new spec GCSE.
Weimar & Nazi Germany Lecture GCSE/A-Level
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Weimar & Nazi Germany Lecture GCSE/A-Level

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This is a lecture I give towards the end of the year or at the end of the scheme. It is aimed at giving the students a chronological overview from start to finish of the topic. It was specifically designed for the Edexcel New spec GCSE. However, I have used it for A-Level too. Included is a ‘how to answer’ guide for the Edexcel new spec GCSE.
GCSE HISTORY Crime & Punishment 1000-present & Whitechapel "Write One Thing" Revision Resource
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GCSE HISTORY Crime & Punishment 1000-present & Whitechapel "Write One Thing" Revision Resource

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** OFFER 50% off ONLY UNTIL APRIL ** A list of key terms, places, people and events in chronological and thematic order designed for GCSE. I use it to ask students to ‘write one thing’ per event. Can be used as a whole lesson revision activity or one to be sent home. Designed to eliminate learning gaps, facilitate independent revision and to allow students to have a complete set of key events with which they can do active retrieval activities such as ‘look, cover, say’ to improve retention of key knowledge.
GCSE HISTORY Superpowers & Cold War "Write One Thing" Revision Resource
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GCSE HISTORY Superpowers & Cold War "Write One Thing" Revision Resource

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A list of key terms, places, people and events in chronological and thematic order designed for GCSE. I use it to ask students to ‘write one thing’ per event. Can be used as a whole lesson revision activity or one to be sent home. Designed to eliminate learning gaps, facilitate independent revision and to allow students to have a complete set of key events with which they can do active retrieval activities such as ‘look, cover, say’ to improve retention of key knowledge.
GCSE HISTORY Anglo-Saxons & Normans "Write One Thing" Revision Resource
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GCSE HISTORY Anglo-Saxons & Normans "Write One Thing" Revision Resource

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A list of key terms, places, people and events in chronological and thematic order designed for GCSE. I use it to ask students to ‘write one thing’ per event. Can be used as a whole lesson revision activity or one to be sent home. Designed to eliminate learning gaps, facilitate independent revision and to allow students to have a complete set of key events with which they can do active retrieval activities such as ‘look, cover, say’ to improve retention of key knowledge.
GCSE HISTORY Germany 1918-1939 "Write One Thing" Revision Resource
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GCSE HISTORY Germany 1918-1939 "Write One Thing" Revision Resource

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A list of key terms, places, people and events in chronological and thematic order designed for GCSE. I use it to ask students to ‘write one thing’ per event. Can be used as a whole lesson revision activity or one to be sent home. Designed to eliminate learning gaps, facilitate independent revision and to allow students to have a complete set of key events with which they can do active retrieval activities such as ‘look, cover, say’ to improve retention of key knowledge.