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History teacher at an outstanding secondary school. I have experience teaching History, Geography, and Philosophy at KS3, GCSE and A Level. I am also a Specialist Leader in Education for Primary History.

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History teacher at an outstanding secondary school. I have experience teaching History, Geography, and Philosophy at KS3, GCSE and A Level. I am also a Specialist Leader in Education for Primary History.
Careers in History Display
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Careers in History Display

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This file includes pictures for a careers in history display. It includes; Images of famous people with their degree and job, Labels of different careers, Types of history degree, Jobs in history Please review if you purchase, and check out my other displays!
Titanic film worksheet
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Titanic film worksheet

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Worksheet for watching the film Titanic. Print on A3 for the best result! Students fill in the sheet as they watch the film - looks at: The differences between first and third class passengers (Rose and Jack) Problems with the lifeboats Problems they can see Who is to blame with a box to fill in on: Captain Smith, Bruce Ismay and Thomas Andrews Please review if you buy and check out my other resources!
Modern Medicine: DNA, Genetics & Lifestyle
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Modern Medicine: DNA, Genetics & Lifestyle

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For teaching GCSE Edexcel 9-1 Medicine Through Time 1250-present. Whole lesson plus resources (in the form of a work booklet that students use throughout the lesson) on Modern Medicine - DNA, Genetics and Lifestyle. Students complete a range of activities using both the Hodder and Pearson textbook and videos. Tasks are differentiated to suit grades 3-9. Also includes a 20 question quiz (with answers). Please review if you purchase and check out my other Medicine Through Time resources.
Medieval Baghdad and Medieval London
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Medieval Baghdad and Medieval London

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Suitable for teaching 11-14s and can also be used 7-11! Whole lesson plus all resources and worksheets needed for teaching: How different was the city of Baghdad to that of Medieval London? Students will investigate the medieval city of Baghdad and understand the Islamic Golden Age through videos and information sheets (provided). They will compare this information with London (also provided). This is perfect for teaching after Medieval life or the Black Death! Try out this interesting and often forgotten about world history in our curriculum! Please review if you purchase and check out my Medieval World (including China) resources!
GCSE Elizabeth - Walter Raleigh and Roanoke/Virginia
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GCSE Elizabeth - Walter Raleigh and Roanoke/Virginia

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For teaching Edexcel GCSE Early Elizabethan England Whole lesson (2 hours), plus workbooklet to accompany the lesson. Tasks are differentiated for grades 9-1! Looks at the importance of Walter Raleigh compared to Francis Drake. Lesson goes through the failed colonies of Roanoke and why attempts to colonise fail. Even includes a 20 question quiz and GCSE exam style homework.
Latin - Esse
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Latin - Esse

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For teaching students who are learning Latin for the first time. This worksheet covers ‘esse’. Worksheet where they can practice writing sentences, includes vocabulary.
Tudor Rebellions Introduction
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Tudor Rebellions Introduction

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For teaching OCR Rebellion and Disorder in Tudor England A LEVEL The introductory lesson (2 hours) begins with a breakdown of the Tudors - looking first at the Wars of the Roses and the Battle of Bosworth Field to set the Tudor family in context. Students then create a Tudor family using differentiated information sheets. The family tree looks best when printed in A3. Resources are included, except from the syllabus (resource pack A referred in the PowerPoint - this can be easily obtained from the OCR website). Thanks for looking at this resource, and please check out my other Tudor Rebellion lessons and resources. Please review if you purchase!
Do we need suffering?
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Do we need suffering?

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Whole lesson, plus differentiated activities and resources for a lesson on do we need suffering? Suitable for 11-14 Religious Education or Philosophy.
Pandora's Box
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Pandora's Box

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Whole lesson plus differentiated activities and links to videos. For teaching 11-16 Philosophy or Religious Education.
Interpretations of King John
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Interpretations of King John

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Suitable for 11-14s, but can be adapted for KS2 (Y5/6) A lesson which looks at the different interpretations of King John. It asks students to understand why there are different interpretations, by considering the viewpoints of historians and writers from medieval to modern day. This is the perfect lesson for introducing interpretations to your class. Includes whole lesson plus differentiated activities and resources.
Titanic Home Learning Pack
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Titanic Home Learning Pack

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This is a home learning pack for teaching the Titanic - suitable for KS2 or KS3. This pack is 18 pages long and includes a variety of tasks and activities which can be completed by a student. This was designed to be completed independently and all information and resources needed are included in the pack! This is perfect for parents who can print this off and give to their child, or for teachers to set online as students can fill in the pages. Feedback is welcome.
Weimar Republic Knowledge Quiz
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Weimar Republic Knowledge Quiz

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For teaching Edexcel GCSE Weimar and Nazi Germany 9-1 new specification. A 50 question quiz on Key Topic 1: Weimar Republic, colour coded for each lesson. Great to use as revision! Please review if you buy and check out my other lessons and resources!
Year 9 GCSE History options display
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Year 9 GCSE History options display

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Getting ready for a GCSE options evening? Need to showcase your History GCSE? Then look no further!!! Includes pictures, careers, and a break down of the syllabus. Edexcel GCSE topics: Medicine Through Time Weimar and Nazi Germany Cold War Early Elizabethan England
Assassination of Franz Ferdinand
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Assassination of Franz Ferdinand

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Suitable for teaching 11-14s on WW1 - Assassination of Franz Ferdinand. Whole lesson plus resources on the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. Students investigate the assassination by using a ‘Sarajevo Police Report’ using a video and differentiated information sheets. Plenary gets students to decide who they think is to blame for the assassination. Please review if you purchase and check out my other resources.
Tudors Knowledge Organiser
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Tudors Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser for the Tudors, in the form of a family tree with information on each monarch. Also includes a section on ‘Why did Henry VIII create the Church of England’? Suitable for KS2 and KS3! Perfect as a revision resource or for sticking in exercise books at the start of a topic.
Life in Nazi Germany
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Life in Nazi Germany

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What was life like in Nazi Germany? Suitable for KS3 and can be adapted for KS2, students will look at what life was like in Nazi Germany for different groups of people by analysing a variety of different sources (photos, posters, and written text). Sources are colour coded to support weaker students. They will sort this information into a table and then judge overall what life was life in Nazi Germany, deciding if some groups had better lives that others. Please review if you purchase, and check out my other Nazi Germany lessons and resources!
Irish Rebellions under Elizabeth I
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Irish Rebellions under Elizabeth I

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For teaching A Level OCR Rebellion and Disorder under the Tudors 1485-1603 Whole 2 hour lesson plus all resources on the Irish rebellions during the reign of Elizabeth I; Shane O’Neill 1558-67 Munster 1569-73 Geraldine 1579-83 Tyrone 1595-1603 Students will first look at why Ireland was a cause of unrest by watching a video and answering quiz questions, and then reading through an article and answering questions. Students will then use information (provided) on each rebellion and complete a table looking at the causes, nature and impact of each. Finally, there are two exam questions with detailed planning for students. Each exam question is discussed in detail and planned on the PowerPoint. To what extent were the causes of Irish rebellion similar to those in England in the period 1485-1603? (25 marks) ‘Irish rebellions were a greater threat to Tudor governments than those in England.’ How far do you agree? The second question also includes examplar answers from the 2017 exam ranging from E-A*! Samples are provided from introduction, main paragraphs and conclusions and students will grade these using the markscheme. Please review if you purchase and check out my other OCR Tudor Rebellions lessons!
Early Elizabethan England GCSE Display
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Early Elizabethan England GCSE Display

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A display for the Edexcel 9-1 course on Early Elizabethan England 1553-1583. This is a great display which looks great in any classroom. Separated into the subsections of the topic, create your own timelines with pictures and events which can help students understand the course. It even includes a ‘key people’ section! Check out how it looks on the photograph included!!! not included are the lettering or death warrant of Mary Queen of Scots as these were provided by the school.