AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality Part 1

AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality Part 1

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
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Year 7 SOW: Norman Conquest to Peasant's Revolt

Year 7 SOW: Norman Conquest to Peasant's Revolt

A SOW that looks at the Norman Conquest, starting with claimants to the throne building towards how William kept control. Students then look at how other kings struggled to keep control. Lessons have sentence starters for less able students as well as challenge tasks to stretch the top end. Most lessons have GCSE styled question to build up skills as well some lessons focusing on literacy.
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USA: How was the American Boom a flop (Failures of the Boom)? (L5)

USA: How was the American Boom a flop (Failures of the Boom)? (L5)

A lesson in a SOW intended for a three year GCSE looking at the AQA: America 1920 -1973. Students investigate the inequalities created during the American Boom, students look at the rural experience, failing industries, farming industry, native Americans, black Americans etc. There is a GCSE question included with sentence starters for the less able and challenge tasks to stretch the top end.
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France in Revolution: 186 Key Words and Fill in Glossary (1774 - 1795)

France in Revolution: 186 Key Words and Fill in Glossary (1774 - 1795)

A number of Key words for AQA France in Revolution. 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.
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France in Revolution: 157 Key Words and Fill in Glossary (1795 - 1815)

France in Revolution: 157 Key Words and Fill in Glossary (1795 - 1815)

A number of Key words for A2 AQA France in Revolution. 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.
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France in Revolution: Revision Worksheets

France in Revolution: Revision Worksheets

A range of worksheets to help with revision for AQA France in Revolution 1774 - 1815. This includes a worksheet to help summarize the different revolutionary governments, another worksheet to hep compare the constitutions, a timeline task to track the influence of the sans culotte, a timeline to help revise key events, an overview sheet to compare the whole topic as well as a summary sheet.
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AQA France in Revolution: Recap and Revision Bundle

AQA France in Revolution: Recap and Revision Bundle

A range of resources to help revise and recap in lesson and outside of lessons for AQA France in Revolution 1774 - 1815. Includes Over 300 Key Word prompt cards Fill in Glossaries to give to Students A range of Revision worksheets
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USA: How far did women's lives change in 1920s (Flappers)? (L9)

USA: How far did women's lives change in 1920s (Flappers)? (L9)

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.
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France in Revolution: How similar were the uprisings of 1795? (L2)

France in Revolution: How similar were the uprisings of 1795? (L2)

This lessons looks at the Paris uprisings, including the Germinal, Prairial, and Vendemiaire, students read through the information about each of the Parisian revolts and compare the similarity and differences. The lesson includes challenge tasks and a A-Level Question. This lesson forms part of a SOW for AQA A level France in Revolution 1774-1815.
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USA: Why did America experience an economic boom in the 1920’s? (L4)

USA: Why did America experience an economic boom in the 1920’s? (L4)

A lesson in a SOW intended for a three year GCSE looking at the AQA: America 1920 -1973. Students look at the causes of the economic boom in America. Students use a card sort to rank the causes of the boom. There is a GCSE question included with sentence starters for the less able and challenge tasks to stretch the top end. There is also a model answer for students to evaluate as a class or on their own. There is also a writing frame for students if they need it.
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USA: How did the First World War impact the USA and the World? (L2)

USA: How did the First World War impact the USA and the World? (L2)

The First lesson in a SOW intended for a three year GCSE looking at the AQA: America 1920 -1973. Students look at the impact of the first world war on America and the world, students investigate what the world was like before the war, they decide which country would be the best investment opportunity. They then investigate if they were right by looking at what the war did to the world. There is a GCSE question included with sentence starters for the less able and challenge tasks to stretch the top end. There is also a model answer for students to evaluate as a class or on their own.
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Education: Revision and Recap Education (Lesson 10)

Education: Revision and Recap Education (Lesson 10)

A lesson that gets students to recap education topic. The lesson includes a revision clock activity, a cobs and robbers knowledge task, key word bingo (with 30 unique sheets), a block busters game as well as a practice question with a writing frame. Students enjoy the range of activities before building up to a question.
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AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality  Part 3

AQA America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality Part 3

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: 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
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USA: How did Roosevelt's New Deal try and solve the problems in America?

USA: How did Roosevelt's New Deal try and solve the problems in America?

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.
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USA: How did the Presidencies of JFK and LBJ affect America (New Frontier & Great Society)?

USA: How did the Presidencies of JFK and LBJ affect America (New Frontier & Great Society)?

This lesson looks at Kennedy's and Johnson's policies to create a New Frontier and Great Society, students look at what they did and how it helped differed aspects of America. The lesson includes challenge tasks to stretch and challenge the top end. There is also a GCSE question with sentence starters to help those who need it. This lesson is designed for a SOW for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality.
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USA: Why did the New Deal face opposition?

USA: Why did the New Deal face opposition?

This lesson looks at who and why did people oppose the New Deal, students look at the political spectrum and understanding of left and right wing. Why did Roosevelt face criticism of his policies? The lesson includes challenge tasks, and interpretation questions with sentence starters. This lesson forms part of a SOW for AQA 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality.
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USA How did the Supreme Court impact Roosevelt's New Deal?

USA How did the Supreme Court impact Roosevelt's New Deal?

This lesson looks at how the Supreme Court reacted to the New Deal and opposed it. Students look at two famous legal cases. There are challenge tasks to stretch and challenge students. There is a writing task with a focus on connectives. This lesson forms part of a three year SOW for AQA America 1920 - 1972 Opportunity and Inequality.
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Norman Conquest: How did William keep control?

Norman Conquest: How did William keep control?

A group of 5 lessons that get students to investigate how William kept control of the country. The lesson looks at the Feudal System, Domesday Book, Harrying of the North and Castles. Followed by a recap lesson.
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USA: How important was the Second World War to the American Economy?

USA: How important was the Second World War to the American Economy?

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
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USA: How did the Great Depression impact America? (L22)

USA: How did the Great Depression impact America? (L22)

A lesson that looks at the Great Depression and how it impacted America, students look at how it affected the city and countryside, can be done in groups, pairs or solo. The lesson forms part of a SOW for AQA America opportunity and inequality 1920 - 1073. The lesson includes a GCSE question and an interpretation question, there are sentence starters for each question for students who need it and challenge tasks to stretch and challenge the top end of students.
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USA: How did the Second World War impact society in America?

USA: How did the Second World War impact society in America?

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
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