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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
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
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.
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.
WW1: How did the First World War affect Women in Britain?
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WW1: How did the First World War affect Women in Britain?

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This lesson looks at the role of women during the war, it looks at how the suffrage movement, middle class and working class women played a role. This lesson includes a GCSE styled question, with sentence starters and a model answer. There is also a chance for group work or solo work and lots of discussion.
USA: The Wall Street Crash, What happened to the stock market in 1920s America? (L21)
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USA: The Wall Street Crash, What happened to the stock market in 1920s America? (L21)

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A lesson that looks at the causes of the Wall Street Crash and its effects, this lesson forms part of a SOW for AQA America 1920 - 1973 Opportunity and Inequality. There is a role play activity to get students to understand the stock market, there is also a GCSE question with sentence starters to help those who need it as well as challenge tasks to stretch and challenge students.
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.
WW1: How did World War One change and improve medicine? (Lesson 8)
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WW1: How did World War One change and improve medicine? (Lesson 8)

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This lesson looks at the changes occurring in medicine. It looks at the work of Harold Gillies in Reconstructive surgery, as well as Blood Transfusions, Hospital Treatment and injured limbs treatment. Lesson includes solo and group work There is a GCSE style describe question with sentence starters and challenge tasks to stretch the high ability students in a class.
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.
Conflict and Tension in Asia: Korean War Bundle
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Conflict and Tension in Asia: Korean War Bundle

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9 lessons for the AQA Conflict and Tension in Asia topic. Including a revision games lesson. Plus 110 key word topic cards to help with revision and recap tasks. As well as a set of 3 knowledge organisers
AQA Health and the People SOW
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AQA Health and the People SOW

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The first 7 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? What was the Black death and its impact? Why/How did medicine progress in the Middle Ages?
USA: Why did America experience an economic boom in the 1920’s? (L4)
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USA: Why did America experience an economic boom in the 1920’s? (L4)

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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.
Norman Conquest: How did William keep control?
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Norman Conquest: How did William keep control?

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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.
Nazi Germany: Revision Activities/Games
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Nazi Germany: Revision Activities/Games

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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.
WW1: What were the most important long term causes of the First World War? (Lesson 1)
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WW1: What were the most important long term causes of the First World War? (Lesson 1)

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A lesson aimed at students learning about the main long term causes of the First World War, looking at Militarism, Alliance, Imperialism and Nationalism. Students build up their knowledge and then practice a GCSE describe question about each. There are sentence starters and key words for each question for the lower ability and challenge tasks for each activity to stretch your top end.
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
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.
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.
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.