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Secondary History teacher providing secondary level history resources.

Secondary History teacher providing secondary level history resources.
D-Day
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D-Day

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This secondary school resource will take students through the D-day landings and its impact on the Second World War. Students will view a clip from both Saving private Ryan and Band of Brothers and discuss how successful they believe an Allied invasion of Nazi occupied Europe will be. Students will then learn some context surrounding the landings and discuss the difficulties of embarking on such an operation. They will then be given a number of events that they must put in chronological order and then highlight any significant information towards the outcome of th Second World War. Finally students will decide whether D-day or Stalingrad was the turning point of the war in Europe, before going on to write 3 paragraphs (one explaining why the other event was significant before writing 2 on why their chosen event was the turning point).
Fascism
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Fascism

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This is the first of a two part series looking at Fascist and Communist political ideology in greater detail. Students will look at what makes a Fascist?, the political spectrum, where in the world Fascism has governed, how fascists gain power and the distinction between Fascism and Nazism.
Inca Part 1
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Inca Part 1

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This is the first of a two part series looking at the Inca civilisation before and as the Spanish arrived. This lesson is designed to follow on from the two lessons I have available on Spain (if not these can be easily edited). Students will look at the hierarchy of Inca society before watching a 20 minute video at wider Inca culture and history. To finish students will write two key features of the Inca empire.
Battle of Stalingrad
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Battle of Stalingrad

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This secondary school resource will take students through a brief overview of Operation Barbarossa before focusing on the ferocious Battle of Stalingrad. Students will discuss the German motivations for seizing Stalingrad, they will then progress to watch a video on the battle with questions to answer. With this context of the battle students will debate its significance before explaining why the battle was significant in the defeat of Nazi Germany. This is the fifth lesson in a series focusing on the Second World War. ATTENTION - You will need access to Netflix or World War 2 in colour to make full use of this resource.
Communism
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Communism

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The second of a two lesson series. This lesson will teach students what makes a communist?, some history of its foundation and what Marx envisaged, how communists seize power?, where communism has governed, and a look at different interpretations of Communism in China and the Soviet Union.
Inca empire part 2
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Inca empire part 2

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The second of a two part series looking at the Inca empire before and as the Spanish arrive. This lesson will have students studying a number of sources (image, written and video) to learn more about the Inca’s. Once they have analysed the sources, students will write two things that they can infer from the sources about Inca society using details in there chosen source(s).
The Battles of Britain and El Alamein
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The Battles of Britain and El Alamein

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This secondary school resource will take students through the Battle of Britain and Second battle of El Alamein. These two battles were crucial in raising British morale in the early war period. Battle of Britain - Students will discuss how Hitler could invade the UK and what he would need to do to be able to successfully do so. They will but the events of the Battle of Britain in chronological order and decide which day was most significant to its outcome. Using WW2 in colour and an information sheet, students will list the strengths and weaknesses of the RAF and Luftwaffe. They will finish by writing a paragraph explaining the battles significance on the outcome of WW2. El Alamein - Students will discuss why North Africa became a battle ground of the Second World War, watch WW2 in colour, create a storyboard on the events leading up to the battle and finish by writing a paragraph on its significance. I’ve put this within one lesson however this will likely have to be taught over two (or edited as you see fit). This is the fourth lesson in a series focusing on the Second World War. ATTENTION - You will need access to Netflix or World War 2 in colour to make full use of this resource.
Nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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Nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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This secondary school resource will take students through the strategic and later nuclear bombings of Japan. Students will gain a quick overview of the strategic bombing campaign over Japan. They will then watch 20ish minutes of WW2 in colour that details the nuclear attacks. The main task is teacher led whereby you go through the key details of the two nuclear attacks. This is a continuation of the previous lesson (adding to their mindmap). This lesson will complete the third of three branches on the mind map. Teachers will then share a little about VJ day before having students complete an exam question (two inferences) based on a Hiroshima source. The effects of the nuclear attacks will be explored in the next lesson. ATTENTION - You will need access to Netflix or World War 2 in colour to make full use of this resource.
The Hundred Years War - The Beginning (Lesson 1)
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The Hundred Years War - The Beginning (Lesson 1)

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This is the first of 6 lessons that examines the Hundred Years War. In this lesson students will explore the background to English holdings and the state of English and French national identity at the beginning of the war. They will then make notes on some of the key events and The Black Prince before finishing the lesson by writing two key features of this stage of the war.
Hundred Years War - Joan of Arc
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Hundred Years War - Joan of Arc

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This is the fourth of 6 lessons that examines the Hundred Years War. In this lesson students will explore the life of Joan of Arc and her impact on the Hundreds Years War and French national identity. Students will complete a gap fill about Joan’s life and career up to her capture and then answer four questions to test their comprehension. Student will then study three sources on Joan’s trial and write two inferences about her trial. Finally students will describe the impact that Joan had on French national identity.
The war in the Pacific and nuclear weapons
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The war in the Pacific and nuclear weapons

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This bundle includes 4 lessons to be taught in this order. Red Sun Rampant Carrier battles and island hopping Nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Consequences of nuclear weapons. Please see individual lesson descriptions for an idea of what is included within each lesson.
Red Sun Rampant - Pacific theatre of the Second World War
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Red Sun Rampant - Pacific theatre of the Second World War

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This secondary school resource will take students through the successful Japanese conquest through the Pacific. Students will learn some context surrounding the Japanese empire and her emperor. They will then watch this early part of the Pacific campaign unfold in a 22 min section of World War II in colour to get an in depth and entertaining overview of events (they will have questions to answer whilst doing so). The main task is teacher led whereby you go through the key details of the Pearl Harbour attack, Malayan campaign and Philippines campaign. This will be done using dual coding whereby students create a mind map using text and imagery. This lesson will complete the first of three branches on the mind map, with the subsequent two lessons completing it. They will finish by explaining two similarities of the German and Japanese conquests at the beginning of the Second World War. This is the first lesson in a 3 lesson series focusing on the war in the Pacific. ATTENTION - You will need access to Netflix or World War 2 in colour to make full use of this resource.
The Battle of the Atlantic and Enigma
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The Battle of the Atlantic and Enigma

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This secondary level resource teaches students about the crucial Battle of the Atlantic fought during the Second World War. Student will leave with an appreciation of the conditions, the weaponry, the developments that led to an Allied victory and finish by writing an exam style narrative account of the battle.
The invasion of Poland and the Phoney War
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The invasion of Poland and the Phoney War

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This secondary school resource will take students through the German invasion of Poland and the consequences of the conquest. Afterwards students will gain an insight into the Phoney War and critique Allied actions. This is the second lesson in a series focused on the Second World War. ATTENTION: You will need access to Netflix or World War 2 in colour to make full use of this resource.
The Battle of Stalingrad
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The Battle of Stalingrad

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Fourth lesson looking at WW2, this involves going through some context before watching a WW2 documentary found on Netflix. The students answer questions whilst viewing.
The Hundred Years War - Consequences (Lesson 6)
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The Hundred Years War - Consequences (Lesson 6)

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The final lesson of a 6 lesson series. This lesson looks at the consequences of the war on both England and France. Students will categorise a number of consequences into whether they affect the French or English nation. You will then look at breaking down an exam question (The Hundred Years War was important to the development of England and France as nation states. How far do you agree?) after which they will attempt to answer it using hints and sentence starters on the board.