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Hi Everyone! I'm the Humanities Lead in a London school, teaching History & Geography. If you download my resources I'd love to see them in action! You can use the hashtag #hellomisshumanities to share them with me! Take a scroll...

Hi Everyone! I'm the Humanities Lead in a London school, teaching History & Geography. If you download my resources I'd love to see them in action! You can use the hashtag #hellomisshumanities to share them with me! Take a scroll...
Motivational Monday
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Motivational Monday

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37 quotes for each week of the UK academic year. Includes a ‘Thought for the Week’ and a separate ‘Reflection’ slide for each quote. **Dates are editable. **
The Murder of Thomas Becket
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The Murder of Thomas Becket

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This lesson bundle includes: Powerpoint of the Lesson Interactive Murder Case File for students to gather information about the murder victim* PDF of sources to carry out source analysis
Coasts Virtual Fieldtrip
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Coasts Virtual Fieldtrip

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This resource is an interactive PowerPoint which can be used to explore different coastal protection methods. When used on a tablet students can work independently to work their way along the UK coastline discovering hard and soft engineering methods. To be used with ‘A3 Coastal Protection Methods Grid’.
Challenge Matrix!
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Challenge Matrix!

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This is great resource for generating unique challenges/extensions across all subjects! Each row has a different focus so there is something to appeal to all students. Can also be used as great way to discover revision techniques! ORANGE ROW: Verbal Focus YELLOW ROW: Mathematical Focus GREEN ROW: Artistic Focus BLUE ROW: Creative Focus PINK ROW: Musical Focus
Feelings Cloud
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Feelings Cloud

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Perfect activity for all ages to chart their feelings over a month. Students colour in a water droplet each day with the corresponding colour for how they are feeling and write down why they feel this way in the cloud.
LGBT Royal Histories
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LGBT Royal Histories

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A KS3 lesson (aimed at Year 8) exploring how sexuality was understood and expressed in the early modern period. This lesson focuses on five key figures from European royalty and nobility: King James I of England, Queen Anne of England, Queen Christina of Sweden, Arabella Hunt and Baron Hervey. Ideal lesson for diversifying your curriculum or as a standalone lesson to celebrate LGBT History Month or Pride Month. Card Sort activity uses Twinkl resources available here: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t3-p-019-lgbt-word-cards-for-discussion-with-definitions
Homosexuality in Medieval Society
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Homosexuality in Medieval Society

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A KS3 lesson (aimed at Year 7) exploring homosexuality and how it was understood in medieval society. This lesson focuses on four English kings: King William II, King Richard I (the Lionheart), King Edward II, and King Richard II. Ideal lesson for diversifying your curriculum or as a standalone lesson to celebrate LGBT History Month or Pride Month. Included: Lesson PowerPoint Worksheet Sources Card Sort activity uses Twinkl resources available here: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/send-lgbt-sorting-and-discussion-cards-t-s-1639738395