A handy sheet summarising key content from Medicine Through Time. Organised into causes, treatments and preventions for each time period. Best printed A3. Please note this does not include every single detail of the course, but is a simple summary of all key events/people/dates which is intended as a prompt for revision.
Revision guide for the Historic Environment section of Paper 1: * Summarises key content * Includes revision and source activities * Includes recap questions * NEW - exam practice questions Word file now included in case you wish to make any edits.
Three A3 revision sheets summarising the key content for the Paper 2 Anglo-Saxon & Norman England topic: Anglo-Saxon England Securing Norman Control Norman England Ideal for revision!
Classroom workbook for Anglo-Saxons and Normans topic - combines revision guide with classroom activities/notes. Summarises key content Includes spaces for classroom note-taking Includes recap questions and revision activities Follows Edexcel spec and Pearson textbook This resource is divided into separate booklets for each of the three sections. *APRIL 2020 - SECTION 3 NOW ADDED
A revision workbook for Medicine Through Time. Summarises key content and includes: Recap questions at the end of each section Knowledge consolidation activities (missing words gap-fills etc.) Practice exam questions Timeline ‘Who’s who’ of key individuals
GCSE Vietnam War revision guide (Paper 3): * Summarises key content from the spec * Includes revision activities throughout (gap fills, match-ups, etc.) * Includes recap quiz at the end of each section * Includes RAG topic checklist * Ideal for lower ability students who struggle with content-heavy textbook
GCSE Civil Rights USA 1954-75 revision guide (Paper 3) * Summarises key content from the spec * Includes revision activities throughout (gap fills, match-ups, etc.) * Includes recap quiz at the end of each section * Includes RAG topic checklist * Ideal for lower ability students who struggle with content-heavy textbook
Two revision sheets summarising key content from the Vietnam War topic of Paper 3 (USA 1954-75: Conflict at Home and Abroad). Best printed A3.
4 sheets summarising key themes of the American West c.1830-95: Settlement of the West Destruction of the Indian way of life Rise and fall of the cattle industry Law and Order in the west These sheets show events in the American West as a narrative timeline - useful for general revision or for students to use to plan/write analytical narrative questions. Best printed A3. Both Word and PDF versions included.
Blank factfiles for students to fill in on key individuals from the Medicine Through Time topic. Best printed A3.
A revision mindmap summing up the main ways in which William maintained power following the Norman Conquest. Useful for planning/practising exam questions about how William got control.
American West workbook designed for lower ability students. Summaries all the key content and includes revision activities, note-taking spaces and knowledge recap questions. This was designed as a teaching aid for a low ability GCSE group (as an alternative to the textbook) but is equally suitable as a revision guide.
American West revision guide (Paper 2): NEW IMPROVED VERSION * Summarises key content * Includes revision activities (match-ups, gap fills, etc.) * Includes recap questions at the end of each section * Includes RAG topic checklist * Includes timeline of key events
A timeline of key dates in the American West c.1830-95. Events are organised into 3 themes: white settlement, Plains Indians and the cattle industry. Useful for revision!
Designed as a teaching tool for a lower-ability GCSE group, as an alternative to the content-heavy textbook, but equally could be used as a revision guide for all students. Summarises key content in a visually appealing format Includes revision activities (gap fills, match-ups, etc.) Divided into 3 sections, each with recap quiz at end
A handy mindmap summarising the reasons why people moved West. Ideal for revision.
Print these revision grids A3 and just add dice for a quick and simple revision game! Students roll a pair of dice to get a pair of coordinates. For one point, they must define or say some relevant knowledge about the thing in that grid square. For additional points, they can think of connections to other grid squares. The grid could also be played without dice as a Blockbuster-style game, where students must try and make their way across the grid by correctly defining the thing in each square. Includes grids for each chapter - medieval, Renaissance, Industrial Revolution, modern and WW1.
Revision guide for the Anglo-Saxons & Normans topic (Paper 2): * Summarises key content * Includes revision activities (match-ups, gap fills, etc.) * Includes recap questions at the end of each section * Includes RAG topic checklist * Ideal for lower ability students Please note I have since updated this resource; search for the new 2020 edition.
* Designed as a teaching tool for a lower-ability GCSE group, as an alternative to the content-heavy textbook, but equally could be used as a revision guide for all students. * Summarises key content in a visually appealing format * Includes revision activities (gap fills, match-ups, etc.) * Divided into 4 sections, each with recap quiz at end