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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 Conflict and Tension in Asia: Knowledge Organisers
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AQA Conflict and Tension in Asia: Knowledge Organisers

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A set of 3 Knowledge organisers for the entire topic. They include key dates, statistics, example questions and key people and words that they should know. In lessons and for revision students can: Self quiz themselves Highlight off the information they feel confident in Use these whilst practicing questions
USA: Why did Roosevelt win the 1932 Presidential Election? (L25)
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USA: Why did Roosevelt win the 1932 Presidential Election? (L25)

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This lesson looks at the 1932 Presidential Lesson and why Herbert Hoover lost and Roosevelt was victorious. The lesson gives students two options for the main task. The lesson includes challenge tasks throughout to stretch and challenge students. This lesson forms a scheme of work for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality.
Medieval Period: Was Saladin the hero or villain of the Crusades? (Lesson 3)
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Medieval Period: Was Saladin the hero or villain of the Crusades? (Lesson 3)

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This lesson looks at the interpretations of Saladin, was he a cruel villain or a brilliant leader. Students read through the facts on the board or you can print of the sheet. Students then sort the information into a Venn diagram or they colour the sheet in. Students then use this information to have a go at answer 3 GCSE styled source questions. There are sentence starters included for each of the questions.
Conflict and Tension: Why was there a Civil War in Vietnam? (L2)
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Conflict and Tension: Why was there a Civil War in Vietnam? (L2)

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A lesson that looks at why Diem lost support and the Vietcong gained support and how this led to a Civil War in south Vietnam. Lesson includes a GCSE essay question and source question with sentence starters to aid writing. The lesson also has challenge tasks to stretch the top end of the class.
USA: How important was the Second World War to the American Economy?
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USA: How important was the Second World War to the American Economy?

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This lesson looks at how world war 2 impacted the US economy. Students look at the different ways the USA was able to recover from the depression. The lesson includes challenge tasks throughout to stretch and challenge the top end. There is a GCSE exam question to practice with sentence starters to help those who need it. This lesson forms part of a SOW for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality
Conflict and Tension in Asia: Vietnam War Bundle
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Conflict and Tension in Asia: Vietnam War Bundle

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The first 6 lessons of AQA Conflict and Tension Tension in Asia for the Vietnam section. Includes a range of activities and tasks in lessons with GCSE questions with sentence starters and challenge tasks. Plus a set of 3 knowledge organisers.
USA: AQA 1920-45 Revision Activity Booklet
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USA: AQA 1920-45 Revision Activity Booklet

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A 43 page booklet that recaps the AQA america topic from 1920-45. The booklet contains key word prompts, questions and tasks. I use this as a bank of worksheets to keep refreshing their understanding of the topic. When it comes to their exams students can print these off for revision. Topics covered: -Reasons for the economic boom - Car Industry - Great depression - New Deal - WW2 and the economy - Entertainment and culture.
USA: Revision Lesson 1919-73
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USA: Revision Lesson 1919-73

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A lesson with multiple activities designed around a double lesson. Includes a revision clock with visual prompts, a question planning sheet with differentiation, a timeline task, a question competition. This lesson could be taught in a double or the activities could be spread out and taught separately.
Health and the People: What was surgery like in the Medieval Period? (L4)
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Health and the People: What was surgery like in the Medieval Period? (L4)

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This lesson forms a part of a scheme of work for AQA Health and the people. The lesson looks at surgery during the middle ages as well as the key people and operations involved. Students evaluate whether surgery made progress during this period. The lesson includes, a practice GCSE question, challenge tasks and sentence starters for questions.
Nazi Germany: Activity and Revision Bundle
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Nazi Germany: Activity and Revision Bundle

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A collection of resources that will help with revision lessons increasing engagement. Includes timelines, table mats, selection of revision games and activities, as well as gap fills etc.
Titanic: What can the Titanic reveal about life in Edwardian England? (Lesson 1)
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Titanic: What can the Titanic reveal about life in Edwardian England? (Lesson 1)

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This lesson approaches the Titanic from a different angle looking at what the titanic reveals about the Edwardian period. Students look at a range of sources from pictures, menus, etc to back up points about the Edwardian. There is a worksheet, GCSE styled question, with sentence starters and a model answer. Students also have a literacy focus where they need to correct mistakes to the model answer. The homework tasks involve students getting given a passenger to investigate. Students loved this as each student got a unique passenger with their own boarding pass which they fed back their findings to in the next lesson.
USA: How did Roosevelt's New Deal try and solve the problems in America?
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USA: How did Roosevelt's New Deal try and solve the problems in America?

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This lesson looks what the New Deal was, and looks at the Alphabet agencies and fireside chats. The lesson includes challenge tasks throughout to stretch and challenge students. There is a GCSE question with sentence starters for those who need them. This lesson is part of a SOW for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality.
History of medicine:  Time Period Recap/Help Sheet
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History of medicine: Time Period Recap/Help Sheet

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Sheets that recap medicine in every time period;prehistoric to modern day. It includes key words and people with definitions. These can be placed on tables to help students when writing essays. I found that they worked well when cut up and used a bookmarks during revision.
Conflict and Tension In Asia: 110 Key Word Topic Cards
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Conflict and Tension In Asia: 110 Key Word Topic Cards

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A number of Key words based around the Korean and Vietnam War. All the key words have images to help prompt students. These are great for revision. I print them so that 8 are on 1 page so they are smaller. Then laminate Following tasks can be completed with them: - Students have to define key words given to them - Students have to group key words that link together -Students can write definitions on the back and test each other. - Give a table the whole pack and time them whilst sorting them into groups of defining them. - Students create a ven diagram and group the words that are to do with each war and words that are to do with both.