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Resources from a practicing history teacher, Head of Department and IB Examiner who specialises in KS3, IGCSE and IB History courses, as well as Theory of Knowledge. Please feel free to look around and leave useful comments about my resources.

Resources from a practicing history teacher, Head of Department and IB Examiner who specialises in KS3, IGCSE and IB History courses, as well as Theory of Knowledge. Please feel free to look around and leave useful comments about my resources.
IB P1 Quick Essay Planner
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IB P1 Quick Essay Planner

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This is an essay writing frame designed to be used with the IB History P1 essay questions (the final question) on the exam. The writing frame uses a PEEL approach, one that should be familiar to most history students. It provides a clear structure as well as a table of writing prompts to help construct an organised and valid answer. This is ideal for developing the basic organisational and argumentative skills for P1 essay questions. It is ideal for when lesson time is limited or when revising for examinations.
IB P2 Comparative Essay Planner PEEACL
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IB P2 Comparative Essay Planner PEEACL

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This is an essay writing frame designed to be used for the successful writing of IB History P2 essay questions, specifically those that require a comparison of two case studies or factors. The writing frame uses a PEEACL framework (Point, Evidence, Explain, Analyse, Compare, Link), This is an adaptation of the PEEL approach familiar to most history students. It provides a clear writing structure as well as a table of prompts to help construct clear and cogent answers. The resource also includes a focus on incorporating historians viewpoints and different interpretations in order to move students towards analytical answers. This will aid the development of the basic organisational, argumentative and literacy skills required for P2 essay questions. It is ideal for when lesson time is limited where a detailed plan can be produced, rather than a full essay. A bank of plans can be completed by individual students or groups of students when revising for examinations.
IB P1 Unit Plan The Move to Global War
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IB P1 Unit Plan The Move to Global War

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A free departmental unit plan and scheme of work for IB P1 The Move to Global War. This is a working example of a history department teaching plan. It is fully editable but not intended to be a complete ‘how to’ teach The Move to Global War unit.
IB History Curriculum Map
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IB History Curriculum Map

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This is a planning document to help teachers outline what will be taught, and when throughout the two year History IB course. It is designed in an accesable format and is intended as a working document that a History department can use to plan out their intended course. This document could be adapted for the planning of any curriculum.
IB History FWW Unit Review
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IB History FWW Unit Review

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This document is designed to provide all the basic information an IB History student would need to study the First World War as one of their 20th Century conflicts topics. The unit review contains an outline of the knowledge base required, some introductions to key concepts and historians as well as some example examination questions. The unit review document can be used for quick teacher, peer or self assessment of a students knowledge and understanding of the unit.
IB P2 Unit Plan Introduction to 20thC War
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IB P2 Unit Plan Introduction to 20thC War

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This is a free departmental unit plan and scheme of work to be used for the teaching of IB P2 Twentieth Century Conflicts. This is a working example of a history department teaching plan. It can be used as a short introductory unit, or split into stand alone lessons. The lessons seek to introduce some major themes and explanations on the nature of war, to move students away from linear explanations of the causes of conflict and simplistic generalisations on its nature. Some of these lessons could also be used with Theory of Knowledge. The Unit plan is fully editable and is not intended to be a complete ‘how to’ teach on the nature of conflict.