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Your go-to resource shop for creative, comprehensive, and ready-to-deliver History lessons.

Your go-to resource shop for creative, comprehensive, and ready-to-deliver History lessons.
Introduction to History (KS3)
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Introduction to History (KS3)

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Introduction to History (KS3) Introductory lesson to History for KS3 students, aged 10 - 12. [Concept: Chronology; Significance]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Overview: This lesson helps students new to KS3 to refresh their chronology skills, and prompts them to begin thinking critically about what makes a historical event or individual significant. The lesson includes a range of opportunities for class discussions; a perfect ice-breaker for new students in a new setting. Likewise, the lesson also includes a slide setting good expectations for the year. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Aged 10 - 12), but possibly suitable for late-KS2, or standalone history workshops / learning sessions. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes, but easily adaptable to fit a double session. What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Scaffolded Worksheet – Supports teaching activities for a range of abilities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities).
Expansion of Slavery - How did Britain benefit?
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Expansion of Slavery - How did Britain benefit?

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Expansion of Slavery - How did Britain benefit? [#3] Lesson #3 of 4 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why did the trade in enslaved people expand during the 17th Century?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: A lesson exploring how ordinary Britons were affected by the Transatlantic slave trade. Through a range of historically-inspired case studies, students will see how different members of society benefited from the trade, even if they did not directly participate in it. Note: This mini-scheme of lessons should be used as a precusor to an enquiry about the experiences of enslaved Africans in Britain and the Americas. In line with recent guidance, it is vital that historically marginalised voices reemerge within the school curriculum. This mini-scheme helps build a contextual understanding of the slave trade, and why it was so popular. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Scaffolded Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities to a range of abilities. Multiple options of the same worksheet are provided. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). Inclusive Language - Inclusive terminology is used throughout, in line with disciplinary guidance.
Causes of WWII - The Great Depression
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Causes of WWII - The Great Depression

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The Great Depression [#4] Lesson #4 of 6 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why was the world unable to keep peace after 1918?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Through a selection of case studies (Germany, USA, GB), this lesson familiarises students with the causes and impact of the Great Depression in a clear, concise way. Specifically, this will enable students to understand why desperate people began to turn to more extremist ideas in Germany, paving the way for an eventual war in Europe. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 8 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities).
Causes of WWII - The Rise of Fascism
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Causes of WWII - The Rise of Fascism

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The Rise of Fascism [#2] Lesson #2 of 6 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why was the world unable to keep peace after 1918?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Students will explore the rise of extremist ideas (fascism) in Germany and Italy during the early-1920s. Specifically, students will broaden their understanding of democracies and dictatorships, before examining the reasons why people gravitated towards new ideas after WWI. This can form part of a wider discussion about the rise of fascism as a precursor to WWII. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 8 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). Video Clip - Link to BBC Teach clip about the origins of fascism in Europe.
Life in Industrial London - Utility of Sources
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Life in Industrial London - Utility of Sources

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Life in Industrial London - Sources Utility [#5] Lesson #5 of 5 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the truth about life in Industrial London?” [Concept: Historical Evidence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Used as an assessment lesson / ‘Big Write’. This lesson prompts students to assess the utility of a source, using the COP (Content, Own knowledge, Provenance) method. There is ample scaffolding and modelling so that students can make good progress. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., retreival; stretch-and-challenge activities).
Causes of WWII - Rise of the Nazis
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Causes of WWII - Rise of the Nazis

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The Rise of Fascism [#5] Lesson #5 of 6 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why was the world unable to keep peace after 1918?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: This lesson examines the rise of the Nazi party in Germany during the 1920s. Specifically, it gives students an insight into Hitler’s popularity, as well as the popularity of Nazi policies. This helps students understand how a war in Europe was perhaps inevitable, given Hitler’s aggressive foreign policy etc. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 8 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). Video Clip: Embedded footage of speech by AH, from British Pathe.
Why did the trade in enslaved people expand in the 17th Century? [Concept: Causation]
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Why did the trade in enslaved people expand in the 17th Century? [Concept: Causation]

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Expansion of Slavery - The Triangular Trade A five-part series of lessons towards the enquiry question: “Why did the trade in enslaved people expand in the 17th Century?” [Concept: Causation] What will you get? Four lessons: The Triangular Trade Justifications for Slavery Slavery’s benefits to Britain Extended Writing - “Why did the trade…?” Each lesson in this bundle builds a contextual understanding for the expansion and acceptance of the slave trade across the British empire. Students will be engaged with a source-rich, adaptive scheme-of-work, which culminates in a written assessment (see Lesson 4). All lessons are fully resourced and scaffolded for a range of abilities. Note: This scheme of lessons should be used as a precusor to an enquiry about the experiences of enslaved Africans in Britain and the Americas. In line with recent guidance, it is vital that historically marginalised voices reemerge within the school curriculum. This mini-scheme helps build a contextual understanding of the slave trade, and why it was so popular.
What was the truth about life in Industrial London?  [Concept: Evidence]
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What was the truth about life in Industrial London? [Concept: Evidence]

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A five-part series of lessons towards the enquiry question: “What was the truth about life in Industrial London?” [Concept: Evidence / Historical Sources]. Please visit my shop for a closer look at each individual lesson! What will I receive? Five lessons: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution Living Standards in Industrial London Crime in Industrial London Children in Industrial London Source Utility - Industrial London Each lesson in this bundle builds students’ understanding of a core aspect of life in Industrial London, and engages them consistently with historical sources. This enables them to confidently analyse the utility of a source in Lesson #5, which can be used as an assessed or extended piece of writing. All lessons are fully resourced and scaffolded for a range of abilities.
Expansion of Slavery - The Triangular Trade
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Expansion of Slavery - The Triangular Trade

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Expansion of Slavery - The Triangular Trade [#1] Lesson #1 of 4 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why did the trade in enslaved people expand during the 17th Century?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: A lesson exploring the mechanics of the slave trade; specifically the Triangular trade. Students will understand how the trade in enslaved people became a lucrative opportunity for merchants and plantation owners. They will also begin to explore other contextual reasons for the increasing demand for slave labour. Note: This mini-scheme of lessons should be used as a precusor to an enquiry about the experiences of enslaved Africans in Britain and the Americas. In line with recent guidance, it is vital that historically marginalised voices reemerge within the school curriculum. This mini-scheme helps build a contextual understanding of the slave trade, and why it was so popular. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). Inclusive Language - Inclusive terminology is used throughout, in line with disciplinary guidance. Video Clip – Link to TedEd clip about the Transatlantic Slave Trade (Anthony Hazard).
Life in Industrial London - The Role of Children
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Life in Industrial London - The Role of Children

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Life in Industrial London - The Role of Children [#4] Lesson #4 of 5 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the truth about life in Industrial London?” [Concept: Historical Evidence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: A lesson examining the role of children in Industrial London, with a particular focus on factory labour. Students will explore a range of contemporary sources to understand of factory life; specifically how children were treated, their hours and wages, and the dangerous nature of the work. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., gallery walk; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities).
Life in Industrial London - Crime
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Life in Industrial London - Crime

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Life in Industrial London - Crime [#3] Lesson #3 of 5 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the truth about life in Industrial London?” [Concept: Historical Evidence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Overview: This lesson prompts students to examine the reasons for, and the problems with, crime in Industrial London. Engaging students with contemporary resources from the National Archives, they will also explore methods of punishment. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities).
Life in Industrial London - Health & Sanitation
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Life in Industrial London - Health & Sanitation

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Life in Industrial London - Health & Sanitation [#2] Lesson #2 of 5 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the truth about life in Industrial London?” [Concept: Historical Evidence]. See my shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: A lesson exploring the living standards in London, with a particular focus on health and sanitation. Students will analyse a range of contemporary visual and written sources, evaluating whether London could be seen as a “wilderness of foulness” (Angus Reach, 1849). Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities).
Life in Industrial London - The Industrial Revolution
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Life in Industrial London - The Industrial Revolution

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Introduction to the Industrial Revolution [#1] Lesson #1 of 5 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the truth about life in Industrial London?” [Concept: Historical Evidence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: A contextual lesson, exploring the transformation of Britain during the Industrial Revolution. Students will build and understanding of the Industrial Revolution by exploring the changes in work, population, education, civil rights, and health. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possible suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). Video Clip – Link to footage from the London Olympics Opening Ceremony (2012).
Causes of WWII - Extended Writing
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Causes of WWII - Extended Writing

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Extended Writing: Why was the world unable to keep peace after 1918? [#6] Lesson #6 of 6 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why was the world unable to keep peace after 1918?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Building on students’ understanding of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles; the rise of Fascism and Nazism in Europe; the Great Depression; and the failures of the League of Nations; students are prompted to write an extended argument about the most significant cause/s of WWII. This lessons scaffolds the structure and language of high-quality extended writing for students. The lesson also ensures that students have an opportunity to provide and engage with peer feedback. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 8 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes (or as a double if students are completing extended writing). What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities).
Experiences of Slavery - Resisting Slavery
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Experiences of Slavery - Resisting Slavery

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Experiences of Slavery - How did the enslaved succeed in resisting their treatment? [#3] Lesson #3 of 4 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the experience of enslaved people?” [Concept: Evidence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Though the lesson refers to runaways and rebellions, this has a particular focus on passive forms of resistance in Slave Societies. The students will explore how enslaved people maintained their identity through their so-called “slave culture”; across food, music, dress, religious practices (Obeah) and housing. Students will also have built an understanding of active vs. passive resistance. Note: In line with recent guidance, these lessons ensure that students frequently encounter historically marginalised voices. Sources have been chosen carefully in order to give students the fullest understanding, though may include sensitive language / imagery. Pre-checking slides is strongly advised in order to prepare for this. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but highly suitable for KS4 Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? • PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. • Scaffolded Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities to a range of abilities. Multiple options of the same worksheet are provided. • Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). • Inclusive Language - Inclusive terminology is used throughout, in line with disciplinary guidance.
Experiences of Slavery - Slave Societies
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Experiences of Slavery - Slave Societies

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Experiences of Slavery - How were the enslaved treated in Slave Societies? [#2] Lesson #2 of 4 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the experience of enslaved people?” [Concept: Evidence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Students will begin to understand how Slave Societies were formed in the Caribbean, with a particular focus on Barbados. They will examine a range of sources, including the Slave Codes in order to infer how the enslaved lived and were treated by the elites, as well as how the enslaved responded to this treatment. The lesson also prompts students to identify how sources are useful for different inquiries. Note: In line with recent guidance, these lessons ensure that students frequently encounter historically marginalised voices. Sources have been chosen carefully in order to give students the fullest understanding, though may include sensitive language / imagery. Pre-checking slides is strongly advised in order to prepare for this. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but highly suitable for KS4 Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? • PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. • Scaffolded Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities to a range of abilities. Multiple options of the same worksheet are provided. • Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). • Inclusive Language - Inclusive terminology is used throughout, in line with disciplinary guidance. Video Clip - Link to a clip from BBC Teach: “How Barbados became the first slave society” with David Olusoga
Experiences of Slavery - The Middle Passage
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Experiences of Slavery - The Middle Passage

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Experiences of Slavery - What were conditions like on the Middle Passage? [#1] Lesson #1 of 4 lessons towards the enquiry: “What was the experience of enslaved people?” [Concept: Evidence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Through a range of primary sources - including first-hand accounts, manifests and diagrams - students will build an understanding of what the enslaved experienced along the Middle Passage. These activities also allow students to comprehend how people were both dehumanised and commodified as they sailed into slavery. On a practical level, the lesson also familiarises students with the COP method, used for analysing sources. Note: In line with recent guidance, these lessons ensure that students frequently encounter historically marginalised voices. Sources have been chosen carefully in order to give students the fullest understanding, though may include sensitive language / imagery. Pre-checking slides is strongly advised in order to prepare for this. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but highly suitable for KS4 Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? • PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. • Scaffolded Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities to a range of abilities. Multiple options of the same worksheet are provided. • Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). • Inclusive Language - Inclusive terminology is used throughout, in line with disciplinary guidance.
Expansion of Slavery - Extended Writing (Causation)
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Expansion of Slavery - Extended Writing (Causation)

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Expansion of Slavery - Extended Writing (Causation) [#4] Lesson #4 of 4 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why did the trade in enslaved people expand during the 17th Century?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: Consolidating knowledge about the Triangular Trade, contemporary justifications for slavery and how the trade benefited ordinary Britons, this lesson prompts student to write an extended answer to the enquiry question: “Why did the trade in enslaved people expand during the 17th Century?”. This lesson does not require you to have used the other lessons in my scheme of work; if students already have some knowledge of the slave trade this lesson is suitable. Note: This mini-scheme of lessons should be used as a precusor to an enquiry about the experiences of enslaved Africans in Britain and the Americas. In line with recent guidance, it is vital that historically marginalised voices reemerge within the school curriculum. This mini-scheme helps build a contextual understanding of the slave trade, and why it was so popular. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Alternative assessment activity for mixed / lower-ability groups. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support writing (with sentence starters / conceptual word banks). Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). Inclusive Language - Inclusive terminology is used throughout, in line with disciplinary guidance.
Expansion of Slavery - How was it justified?
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Expansion of Slavery - How was it justified?

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Expansion of Slavery - How was it was justified? [#2] Lesson #2 of 4 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why did the trade in enslaved people expand during the 17th Century?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: A lesson exploring how slavery was justified during the Early Modern Period. Students will look at contemporary religious and academic justifications; specifically extracts from the Bible, and the writings of Josiah Nott and David Hume. This enables students to understand why there was little opposition to the practice. Note: This mini-scheme of lessons should be used as a precusor to an enquiry about the experiences of enslaved Africans in Britain and the Americas. In line with recent guidance, it is vital that historically marginalised voices reemerge within the school curriculum. This mini-scheme helps build a contextual understanding of the slave trade, and why it was so popular. Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities). Inclusive Language - Inclusive terminology is used throughout, in line with disciplinary guidance. Video Clip – Link to TedEd clip about Mansa Musa and the Mali Empire (Jessica Smith).
Causes of WWII - The League of Nations
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Causes of WWII - The League of Nations

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The Failures of the League of Nations [#3] Lesson #3 of 6 lessons towards the enquiry: “Why was the world unable to keep peace after 1918?” [Concept: Cause & Consequence]. See my TES shop for other lesson and bundle offers! Suitable as a standalone lesson or within a scheme of work! Overview: This lesson familiarises students with the League of Nations, set up after WWI. Students will be able to discuss the function and membership of the League, as well as the organisation’s action (or inaction!) during the 1920s & 1930s. This will form the basis for a wider discussion about how the League’s failures might contribute to another war in Europe (WWII). Suitability: Designed for Key Stage 3 (Years 8 – 9), but possibly suitable for KS4. Approximate Delivery Time: 50 – 60 Minutes What will you get? PowerPoint Presentation – Fully scaffolded PPT to support teaching. Note: The PPT may contain animations / clips. Worksheets – Printable worksheets to support teaching activities. Adaptive Teaching Strategies – An adaptable lesson for a range of learning abilities, with a variety of activities (i.e., whiteboards; think-pair-share; stretch-and-challenge activities).