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Engaging and challenging History resources for Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. Striving to produce well-balanced, well-paced, challenging and differentiated resources that cater to a variety of ages and ability levels.

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Engaging and challenging History resources for Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. Striving to produce well-balanced, well-paced, challenging and differentiated resources that cater to a variety of ages and ability levels.
GCSE - Germany 1890-1945 - Why did Hitler become Chancellor?
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GCSE - Germany 1890-1945 - Why did Hitler become Chancellor?

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. This Presentation and accompanying worksheets address a key question asked on many GCSE History courses: How and why did Hitler become Chancellor? The lesson contains a focus on the following areas: the failure of Weimar democracy: election results; the role of Papen and Hindenburg and Hitler’s appointment as Chancellor.
Hastings Worksheet
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Hastings Worksheet

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. A single worksheet from one of my lesson packs.
Drogeda Worksheet
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Drogeda Worksheet

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. A single worksheet from one of my lesson packs.
Cold War - Berlin Blockade and Airlift - Events and Consequences
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Cold War - Berlin Blockade and Airlift - Events and Consequences

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. A lesson focused on the events of the Berlin Blockade and Airlift, and the consequences of these events for the development of the Cold War. Can be used with a high ability Year 9 class, or as part of a GCSE scheme of work (particularly suited to AQA History B Cold War course). Also contains a source Starter and Plenary that nicely links the topic to some source evaluation.
The Stuarts - The Great Plague
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The Stuarts - The Great Plague

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. A lesson that forms part of a scheme of work on Oliver Cromwell, the Commonwealth and the Restoration. Contains: presentation with starter activity and plenary discussion high quality images and resources, ready to print from Microsoft PowerPoint Learning Objectives: describe how the Great Plague broke out use evidence from sources to explain what people knew about the spread of plague and disease in seventeenth-century London. investigate a primary source to discover more precise details about the Great Plague
Slavery - A Life of Slavery
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Slavery - A Life of Slavery

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. A lesson that forms part of a scheme of work on slavery. Contains: presentation with starter activity and plenary discussion high quality images and resources, ready to print from Microsoft PowerPoint Learning Objectives: describe the duties and daily routines of slaves explained the punishments slaves suffered explored the emotions a slave might have felt
Second World War - Were Britain and France responsible for the outbreak of war?
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Second World War - Were Britain and France responsible for the outbreak of war?

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. An 'outstanding' rated lesson asking the controversial question 'Were Britain and France responsible for the outbreak of war?' in order to get students thinking about appeasement, causation and the contributing factors to the outbreak of World War Two. Contains: Starter - what do you know about the causes of the Second World War Main - why did Hitler hate the Treaty of Versailles? Main - 'Path to War' chronological card sort Main - evidence sort. Who was to blame? Main - speech writing activity on the main question. Main - peer assessment Plenary - class vote and discussion Gold: Assess the extent to which Britain and France were also responsible for the outbreak of the Second World War. Silver: Explain why he wanted to revise the Treaty of Versailles. Bronze: Describe Hitler’s foreign policy aims.
The Romans - Roman Army
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The Romans - Roman Army

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. What made the Roman Army such a successful fighting force? This lesson, part of a scheme of work on the Romans, focuses on this question. Contains a labelling of a Roman activity, and a worksheet with information which students are then asked to distil and prioritise.
The Modern World - US Civil Rights (Martin Luther King, Malcolm X)
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The Modern World - US Civil Rights (Martin Luther King, Malcolm X)

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***SALE*** - this resource is on sale at a reduced price. A one-off lesson designed to get students thinking about the different types of protest. Students read information about MLK and Malcolm X in order to script an imaginary conversation between the two. Learning outcomes: describe the childhood and events of the lives of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X explain how and why Martin Luther King and Malcolm X campaigned against racism in America assess the methods used by Malcolm X and Martin Luther King