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History teacher - KS3, KS4 and A-Level. Second in Department. SSAT Lead Practitioner. Masters Graduate in the History of War, Culture and Society. Local history author. I believe my resources are of a high quality. Revision guides for A-Level courses are the most popular with my students and teachers.

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History teacher - KS3, KS4 and A-Level. Second in Department. SSAT Lead Practitioner. Masters Graduate in the History of War, Culture and Society. Local history author. I believe my resources are of a high quality. Revision guides for A-Level courses are the most popular with my students and teachers.
OCR SHP B: Crime and Punishment - Overview of society 1500-1750
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OCR SHP B: Crime and Punishment - Overview of society 1500-1750

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This resource follows the same format as the lesson focused on the overview between 1250-1500. Pupils complete a 'clock sheet' with the various key features that was typical for this period. This resource has been differentiated on some sections of the clock sheet to help pupils access the reading. Pupils then highlight the key changes and continuities. After these two tasks, pupils listen to a podcast (accessed through the dynamic learning website) and note down the key social, political and religious changes. This lesson is a good 'way in' to this period.
Roaring 20s Bundle - USA 1918-1941 - Edexcel IGCSE 9-1
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Roaring 20s Bundle - USA 1918-1941 - Edexcel IGCSE 9-1

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Lessons created for the first section of the Edexcel IGCSE USA 1018=1941 Depth Study. Lessons include: Impact of WW1 Why was there an economic boom? How far did the position of Women change? Problem industries All tasks match to the textbook.
Making of America Revision - Expansion and Civil War - OCR SHP 1-9
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Making of America Revision - Expansion and Civil War - OCR SHP 1-9

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This resource was created for a ‘turbo’ revision lesson with GCSE pupils. It has structured answers with example paragraphs and a detailed simplified timeline of Reconstruction in 4 distinct periods. Pupils found this very useful. There are two 10 mark questions (explain why America expanded and why the Civil War started) and an essay question on Reconstruction. This worked well and was designed to be done in an hour.
AQA Democracy and Nazism: Hitler's Appointment timeline worksheet
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AQA Democracy and Nazism: Hitler's Appointment timeline worksheet

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This resource was created to help students understand the events leading up to Hitler’s appointment. The Bruning, Papen and Schleicher chronology can be difficult for some students to process but this timeline worksheet has helped massively. I use it with the textbook and the revision guides I have made for the students. When it is filled in, students can clearly see why each chancellor before Hitler’s appointment failed to stabilise the economic and political situation in Germany.
Social Tension - USA 1918-1941 - IGCSE Edexcel
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Social Tension - USA 1918-1941 - IGCSE Edexcel

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Lessons covering the second section of the Edexcel IGCSE course focused on Social Tensions in 1920s America. They are created to be used with the authorised Edexcel IGCSE textbook. Lessons cover: immigration The Red Scare Sacco and Vanzetti Attitudes to Black Americans KKK Monkey Trial Prohibition Will save hours of planning time.
Historiography of Fascist Italy
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Historiography of Fascist Italy

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These Power Points give an overview of the historiography surround Fascist foreign policy, the economy and the rise of Fascism in Italy. Essential to A-Level students. My students found these an excellent source for historians quotes and interpretations for essays. This will save the teacher lots of reading.
Fascist Italy Revision Booklets 1918-1945
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Fascist Italy Revision Booklets 1918-1945

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These are thorough revision booklets for AS and A-Level students that have been highly recommended in the past with four 5* ratings. Students have found these very useful as overviews of key topics throughout this period. Full of precise evidence and historiography. Great for planning and writing essays with. Enjoy.
Germany: Development of dictatorship - 1918-1945 (Section 1) IGCSE History Revision
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Germany: Development of dictatorship - 1918-1945 (Section 1) IGCSE History Revision

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Revision activities for the first section of the Democracy to Dictatorship course for the History IGCSE. Included is a storyboard activity to use with the information in the Pearson Edexcel IGCSE HIstory (9-1) revision book. Students review key content through the storyboard activity on Weimar’s early problems and then apply this to an exam style question.
AQA Democracy and Nazism - Revision Guides for Year 2
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AQA Democracy and Nazism - Revision Guides for Year 2

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Comprehensive revision guides that summarise key content and includes information from academic texts. Revision tasks focused on exam questions throughout. Students found these very helpful and are a key reason why progress scores were consistently strong (ALPS 2 four years in a row). These guides will save you many hours of work and are tailored closely to achieving great exam results. Information has been presented in a clear and engaging way. Revision Guides for: The Nazi State The Racial State Impact of War
Germany: Development of dictatorship 1918-1945 (section 4) Edexcel IGCSE (1-9)
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Germany: Development of dictatorship 1918-1945 (section 4) Edexcel IGCSE (1-9)

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These resources cover the content in the fourth section of the Germany course for the IGCSE. They help reinforce chronological understanding and to cover key content in an accessible way. Storyboard gap fills are used, a ‘tell me a story about…’ sheet on events leading to Hitler becoming fuhrer and other review tasks. These are to be used with the Pearson Edexcel IGCSE revision book.
Democracy and Nazism - 40 AS essay questions
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Democracy and Nazism - 40 AS essay questions

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A list of 40 essay questions for the AS study of AQA Democracy and Nazism. These are non-sources questions. Great to put on a VLE for students to work through in their own time. Also excellent to focus analysis during revision.
Democracy and Nazism - AS Revision Guides
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Democracy and Nazism - AS Revision Guides

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14 Revision booklets for AS students' first year studying AQA Democracy and Nazism. Very thorough overview notes with precise detail, historian's quotes, summary diagrams and exam focus. My students loved using them. Similar format to my Fascist Italy revision guides which have been popular with teachers. Great to put on a VLE so students can access at home. Excellent for students planning and writing essays. The notes and analysis are very thorough and are a great 'way in' to new teachers of this course. This will save teachers many hours of reading and preparation time.
AQA Democracy and Nazism - Analysis of the persection of the Jews 1933-1942
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AQA Democracy and Nazism - Analysis of the persection of the Jews 1933-1942

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This is a thorough analysis of Nazi persecution against the Jews. I have found this best done after studying Nazi persecution against the Jews the period 1933-41, although it could be used as an introduction to this period. This resources provides a thorough and clear timeline of key laws and events that students can use to identify key turning points from 1933-1942. There is also a thorouh timeline on the period 1940-42 analysing the impact of the war on Nazi racial policy towards the Jews and historian’ interpretations, especially Christopher Browning’ ‘euphoria of victory’ interpretation. There is also a clear and thorough analysis of the Intentionalist and functionalist schools of thought and those of contemporary historians. Key events are also analysed according to these schools of thought to see which arguments the students find most convincing. Also provided is an overview of the debate on complicity in the Holocaust. Throughout the lesson there are key questions for students to discuss and debate. At the end of the PPT there are four exam style questions for students to analyse and plan on an essay planning sheet. Students find this resource/lesson very helpful and enjoy the rigour involved. A must for A Level historians.
Historical Fiction Competition
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Historical Fiction Competition

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A competition that allows pupils to write about there favourite historical period but include their own story, characters etc. It gives licence for the full use of their imagination.
Making of America - Slavery, Railways and Homesteaders - OCR SHP 1-9
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Making of America - Slavery, Railways and Homesteaders - OCR SHP 1-9

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This resource was created for a ‘turbo’ revision session that lasted an hour. There is an explain question on the expansion of slavery with a detailed but simplified overview of three key reasons why this happened. There is also a 9 mark (write an organised summary) question on the railways and two plans for questions on homesteaders. There is a detailed summary of the Homesteaders section to aid with these plans. Pupils found these very useful and were able to access the exam questions well.