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My students say I look like Jack Grealish... hopefully my lessons achieve more goals than he will.

My students say I look like Jack Grealish... hopefully my lessons achieve more goals than he will.
Introduction to Macbeth
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Introduction to Macbeth

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Its time to start reading - where better to start than Act 1. Use this powerpoint to guide you through the opening Act of this tragedy. Begin with an interpretation task and then jump headlong into the reading (making use of the script resource). Once finished, focus on comprehension through the plenary tasks. Top tip - make use of the lighting effects on youtube, coupled with the image slides to really bring the play to life - your students will love it! Lesson 04 of scheme
Cold War Revision Board Game
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Cold War Revision Board Game

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A board game for students to play on ‘fun Friday’. Game requires dice and counters. Students move around asking questions, acting out scenarios and recalling information on the Cold War. Each game features space for students to add their own questions for added revision worth.
Weimar and Nazi Germany Revision Booklet
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Weimar and Nazi Germany Revision Booklet

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Booklet revision bundle Weimar and Nazi Germany - Knowledge and Exam Skills (Edexcel) Two booklets separated into Weimar and Nazi Germany. Each contains pages of key knowledge for revision to allow completion of additional tasks. Rear of the book contains exam questions with guidance and model answers covering all question styles of Edexcel to allow for comprehensive revision of topics and exam skills.
Iambic Pentameter
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Iambic Pentameter

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Before we read Shakespeare its best to understand how to read it right? Here’s where this lesson comes in. Use this to explain the linguistic methods of the great author. Focus on the rhythm of the plays and how to make sense of his method. Lesson 03 of scheme.
Weimar & Nazi Germany Board Game
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Weimar & Nazi Germany Board Game

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A board game for students to play on ‘fun Friday’. Game requires dice and counters. Students move around asking questions, acting out scenarios and recalling information on Weimar & Nazi Germany. Each game features space for students to add their own questions for added revision worth.
Blank Battle Ships Game
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Blank Battle Ships Game

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For that extra revision flare… have the students take the time to fill their boards with questions about any topic they must revise. Swap with a partner and then challenge to a game of battleships. What could be better ay?
Weimar Culture
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Weimar Culture

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Its time to deep dive into the ‘free-lovin’ Weimar Golden age. Use this lesson to explore the liberal culture of the Weimar Golden age. From Art to literature, film to architecture, women’s rights to music… this has it all. Fully resourced lesson, remember to use this to contrast Nazi culture using the Timeline booklet. Lesson 9/25
Rise in Nazi Support
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Rise in Nazi Support

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The economic depression is in full effect, the people are desperate… but wait? Whats that coming over the hill? Is it a monster? … no its Hitler. Use this lesson to explore how the Nazi’s were able to increase support, from movie magic to the sadistic SA. Fully resourced lesson 11/25
Henry VIII & His Ministers Revision
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Henry VIII & His Ministers Revision

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Complete resource booklet with key information for Edexcel Henry VIII unit. Broken into three sections (Wolsey, Cromwell & the Reformation). The booklet features and exam skills section at the end, complete with model answers and exam skills.
The Spartacist Uprising
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The Spartacist Uprising

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The new republic is not safe, the Spartacists are coming! Use this third lesson in the series to explain the events of the German Revolution and Spartacist Uprising. Don’t forget to use the threatometre to ensure thematic links and significance are inferred between this and the Kapp Putsch. Lesson 3/25
Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms
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Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms

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1066 Scheme of work - Lesson 1/5 *Struggling to explain the context of the pre-norman England? Well here’s the ready made resource for you. * Lesson includes: Comprehension of ‘who the Saxons are’ Evaluation and analysis of three kingdoms (Mercia, Wessex & Kent) Exploration of Saxon Crime and Punishment (links to GCSE) Plenary tasks. Aimed at KS3.
The Crisis of 1066
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The Crisis of 1066

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1066 Scheme of work - lesson 2/5 We arrive in January 1066, the king is dead - and four men prepare to battle for the throne. Use this lesson to describe the claimants and explore their claims. Lesson includes: Comprehension of crisis (death of Edward) Explanation of Witten’s role in Saxon England Evaluation of strengths and weakneses of claimants (William, Harold, Harald and Edgar). Significance ranking task with analysis. Lesson designed for KS3.
Edexcel Cold War Revision
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Edexcel Cold War Revision

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Exam skills booklet filled with vital information for Edexcel Superpower relations and the Cold War topic along with exam skills sections with space to complete all question types. Supported with modeled answers and exam tips. Links to teacher copy powerpoint
Germany Battleships Game
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Germany Battleships Game

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Weimar and Nazi Germany version of the classic battleships revision game. Complete A3 sheet of questions - instructions included on the bottom. A great revision task for a ‘fun friday’ kinda day…
Henry VIII Revision Bundle
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Henry VIII Revision Bundle

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Bundle includes: Key content booklet Exam skills section with model answers and tips Key Character Cards with links to topics.
Cold War Revision Bundle
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Cold War Revision Bundle

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Bundle includes: Key content booklet Section with exam skills with model answers and tips. Key character cards to complete, with links to topics. Cold War board game with space for students to add questions.
Cold War Character Cards
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Cold War Character Cards

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Revision cards for all the key individuals in the Cold War unit. Space for bullet-point notes and links to relevant topics.