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Please browse a selection of history, sociology and generic lessons and resources. Most of them have writing frames for students who need a bit of support with writing. Please review if you download anything as I will try to edit and improve using any feedback

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Please browse a selection of history, sociology and generic lessons and resources. Most of them have writing frames for students who need a bit of support with writing. Please review if you download anything as I will try to edit and improve using any feedback
Tudors: Why did Henry VIII break with Rome?
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Tudors: Why did Henry VIII break with Rome?

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A lesson that looks at the break from Rome and get students to investigate why did Henry break from Rome. Students practice PEE paragraphs and using evidence to back up arguments. There are challenge tasks to stretch top end and sentence starters to scaffold.
AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality Part 1
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AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality Part 1

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The first 20 lessons of the America topic for AQA for a three year GCSE. Include exam questions, with sentence starters to support the less able and challenge tasks to stretch the top end. A range of recap starters at the beginning of lessons to help students consolidate their understanding Includes lessons on: Introduction to America WW1 And its impact Economic Boom in America Ford and the car industry Failures of the boom Entertainment in 1920s (cinema, sport, jazz) Women and Flappers Causes of Prohibition Failures of Prohibition Al Capone Causes of Immigration Experiences of immigrants Experiences of African Americans Changes after the abolition of slavery Jim Crow Laws KKK Ku Klux Klan Russian Revolution 1920s Red Scare Sacco and Vanzetti
Civil Rights: Title: How did Civil Rights protest change in the 1960’s? (Malcolm X, Black Panthers)
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Civil Rights: Title: How did Civil Rights protest change in the 1960’s? (Malcolm X, Black Panthers)

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A Lesson that looks at how the Civil Rights movement became more militant in the 1960's students look at Malcolm X, Nation of Islam, Stokley Carmicheal, Black Panthers and the Race Riots. There are a a few sources including speeches, news reports and quotes for students can analyse to build up the picture as well. Students compare this with the early non violent direct action. Students can plan a GCSE styled question.
AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality  Part 3
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AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality Part 3

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10 lessons and a revision info checkers for the third part of the SOW for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality for a three year GCSE. Include exam questions, with sentence starters to support the less able and challenge tasks to stretch the top end. A range of recap starters at the beginning of lessons to help students consolidate their understanding Includes lessons on: 1950s America Prosperity McCarthyism, Second Red Scare and Joseph McCarthy Brown vs Board of Education Little Rock Nine Rosa Parks and Montgomery Bus Boycott Non - Violent Protest Black Power Emmett Till Civil Rights Act New Frontier and Great Society Women’s Liberation and Feminism
Year 7: Roman Britain and Historical Skills SOW
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Year 7: Roman Britain and Historical Skills SOW

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A short scheme of work that introduces students to basic historical skills but based around the Romans. Looks at Boudicca, Caesar, Why the Romans are important? etc. This would work well with year 7 but could easily be adapted for lower years as there is lots of scaffolds for the activities.
Civil Rights Movement Bundle
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Civil Rights Movement Bundle

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A bundle of Civil Rights lessons that looks at Emmett Till, Brown vs Board of Education, Little Rock Nine and Montgomery Bus Boycott, Non Violent protest and Violent protest of Malcolm X, Black Panthers etc. Designed or AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality
Power and Monarchy: Medieval Kings Power and Control Bundle
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Power and Monarchy: Medieval Kings Power and Control Bundle

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A bundle of lessons that look at how the power of monarchs changed during the medieval period. Students look at King John, King Henry and King Richard, and how Thomas Becket, Magna Carta and Peasant's revolt challenged their control. Works well after studying the Norman Conquest. Also included is a recap lesson. As well as a collection of medieval themed lesson resources including a takeaway homework, connectives word mat and a plenary game.
The Holocaust SOW
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The Holocaust SOW

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This is the first 3 lessons for a SOW on the Holocaust. It is designed around GenocideWatch's 8 stages of a Genocide.
USA: Were the 1920’s a Boom or Bust for African Americans? (L17)
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USA: Were the 1920’s a Boom or Bust for African Americans? (L17)

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A lesson that evaluate the experiences of African Americans in the 1920's. This lesson forms a 3 year scheme of work for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality. The lesson include interpretation questions, with sentence starters for those who need them and challenge tasks to stretch and challenge the top end.
USA: How far did women's lives change in 1920s (Flappers)? (L9)
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USA: How far did women's lives change in 1920s (Flappers)? (L9)

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A lesson that forms part of a SOW for a three year GCSE for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and inequality. This lesson looks at women in the 1920's and investigate how far women;s lives changed in the 1920s. Students investigate flappers, the anti-flirt club etc to evaluate the changes. There is a GCSE question to practice interpretations skills, there are sentence starters provided to help the those who struggle to start a question but the lesson include challenge tasks to stretch the top end as well.
USA: How did the Second World War impact society in America?
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USA: How did the Second World War impact society in America?

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This lesson looks at how WW2 impacted African Americans and Women in America. Students recap what their lives were like before the war and then investigate what happened during the war that changed their lives. The lesson includes a differentiated note taking sheet, challenge tasks throughout to stretch and challenge the top end, and an exam question with sentence starters to help students. This lesson forms a SOW for AQA America 1920- 1917 Opportunity and Inequality
Tudors: Why was marriage such an issue for Queen Elizabeth I?
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Tudors: Why was marriage such an issue for Queen Elizabeth I?

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A lesson that looks at Elizabeth and her potential suitors. Students try and find the best match for Elizabeth, looking at their pros and cons, and whether they solve any of the problems that she faced. There is a GCSE style question, with sentence starters and challenge tasks to stretch the top end.
WW1: Causes of the First World War
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WW1: Causes of the First World War

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A group of lessons which gets students to investigate the long and short term causes and the trigger of assassination. This can then be followed by a recap lesson of the causes. These lessons include sentence starters and support for Low ability students and challenge tasks for the high end students to stretch them.
The Chase inspired revision template
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The Chase inspired revision template

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A revision activity inspired by the Chase game show, read the instruction and adapt to your needs in the lesson. Students liked this and use as a way to break up a longer revision activity.
Wikipedia Template Worksheet/Homework
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Wikipedia Template Worksheet/Homework

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I use this for either a revision/consolidation/homework task. I change the headings and subheadings depending on the topic we are studing. Students then have to recap what they have learn trying to be concise. They also include an image which either best sums up the topic or they draw one. Then in the grey boxes they sum up the topic in key details. This works for lots of subjects and I have done it for history, sociology and RE. It also works well for book reviews.
Year 7: Chronology (Lesson 1)
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Year 7: Chronology (Lesson 1)

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A lesson that aims to teach the skill of chronology to students. PowerPoint has challenge tasks that aim to push higher ability students. The timeline group task engages students and can be a competition between different groups