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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Health and the people: What was the Black Death and how did it impact Medieval England?  (L6)

Health and the people: What was the Black Death and how did it impact Medieval England? (L6)

This lesson forms part of a SOW for Health and the People AQA. This lesson looks at the Black Death and the medieval period's beliefs and treatments as well as the consequences of the outbreak. The lesson includes a range of tasks and a GCSE source question. The lesson includes challenge tasks to stretch the top end. Print the 4 worksheet slides onto one page which will be completed throughout.
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USA: What do the events of 1936 - 37 highlight about the New Deal and Roosevelt's America?

USA: What do the events of 1936 - 37 highlight about the New Deal and Roosevelt's America?

This lesson forms a SOW for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and inequality. This lesson looks at the Flint Sit Down Strike and Battle of the Overpass. Students investigate the events and evaluate the new deal and Roosevelt presidency. The lesson includes challenge tasks and sentence starters. This lesson works well following an evaluation of the New Deal to add extra depth to their understanding, it also good to draw parallels with Hoover and the Bonus March.
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New Deal Bundle

New Deal Bundle

A selection of lessons designed for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality. These lessons focus on the new deal. These lessons focus on: The New Deal and what it was and did Opposition to the New Deal Successes and failures of the New deal
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Health and the People: What was surgery like in the Medieval Period? (L4)

Health and the People: What was surgery like in the Medieval Period? (L4)

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.
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AQA Health and the People SOW

AQA Health and the People SOW

The first 6 lessons and revisions materials for a scheme of work for AQA Health and the people. Lessons include challenge tasks and writing frames for students who need support. Lessons include: Medieval beliefs and treatments Christianity and Hospitals medieval medicine Islamic medicine in the Middle Ages Surgery in the Middle Ages What was public health like in the Middles Ages? Was public health better in the towns or Monastries?
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Health and the People: How did Islamic medicine differ to European medicine in the Middle Ages? (L3)

Health and the People: How did Islamic medicine differ to European medicine in the Middle Ages? (L3)

This lesson is part of a SOW for AQA Health and the People. This lesson looks at the role and impact of Islamic medicine on medical progress. Students compare it with Europe during the middle ages and look at the 3 main islamic doctors, Rhaze, Abulcasis and Avicenna (Ibn Sina). The lesson has a GCSE styled question with a planning activity. There are challenge tasks to stretch the top end and writing frames and work sheets for the weaker students.
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Health and the People: What was European medical knowledge like in the Medieval Period? (L1)

Health and the People: What was European medical knowledge like in the Medieval Period? (L1)

A lesson for GCSE AQA Health and the people SOW. The lesson gives an overview for medieval medicine. Students look at beliefs and treatments for diseases in the middle ages, as well as medical practitioners and how they observed medicine. Students complete a main task, recap activities, and an essay question. Lesson includes challenge tasks to stretch and challenge high ability and a writing frame for essay questions.
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Industrial Revolution: Why was the railway significant?

Industrial Revolution: Why was the railway significant?

This lesson looks at the impact the railway had in Britain. Students complete, recap starter, a colour coding and categorizing task, a source discussion as well as a GCSE styled question. The lesson includes challenge tasks to stretch the top end and sentence starters to aid students.
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Industrial Revolution SOW

Industrial Revolution SOW

The first few lessons of a SOW for Industrial Revolution for year 8. Lessons include writing frames and challenge tasks. There are GCSE style questions framed around AQA.
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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: 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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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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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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Nazi Germany: Revision Activities/Games

Nazi Germany: Revision Activities/Games

A collection of revision materials based around Nazi Germany but the format could be adapted for other topics. Includes, Battle Ships, Draughts (Checkers), and Ludo (Frustration). Great way to revise topics and gets students super engaged.
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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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