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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.
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.
Reichstag Fire - Blame and initial impact
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Reichstag Fire - Blame and initial impact

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The lesson looks at the Reichstag Fire. It looks in particular about who is to blame and what immediate impact it has for Hitler becoming Dictator. Source analysis and exam question tasks included.
British Rule in India - Challenge HH
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British Rule in India - Challenge HH

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Pupils challenge the interpretations of Terry Deary in his Horrible Histories Empire book. Pupils conduct their own individual research using the information sheets positioned around the room. Pupils then give a diverse interpretation in the plate exercise. There is also a peer assessment sheet.
Who will be King? 1066
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Who will be King? 1066

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lesson looking at the three contenders to the throne in 1066. starter looking at the qualities a King or Queen needs and looking at what an 'heir' to the throne is. Judgement exercises followed by plenary where pupils have to create their own campaign poster for the candidate they consider to have the strongest claim to the throne.
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.
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.
OCR SHP Making of America Revision
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OCR SHP Making of America Revision

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These resources were used during ‘turbo’ sessions in the lead up to the summer exams. Exam focused. Simple and effective overviews. Nicely structured for students.
OCR SHP Elizabethan England 1-9 GCSE Quizzes
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OCR SHP Elizabethan England 1-9 GCSE Quizzes

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This bundle contains 5 sets of quizzes that covers every section of the Elizabethan England course for OCR SHP 1-9. Quizzes like these have had a dramatic impact on our results (up 20%) as pupil's recall of subject knowledge improved. These were created with 'memory in mind' and based on research that shows low-stake knowledge tests improves subject knowledge.
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.
OCR SHP 1-9: Crime and Punishment Timeline 1250-Present - use as handouts or as a display.
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OCR SHP 1-9: Crime and Punishment Timeline 1250-Present - use as handouts or as a display.

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This resource has a thorough timeline of the Crime and Punishment course for OCR SHP 1-9. However, it can be easily amended for other boards. The timeline is split into 4 parts - 1250-1500, 1500-1750, 1750-1900 and 1900-present. There is Blue line and information for crimes, red for law enforcement and green for punishments. It is a very effective overview and cuts the course down simply for students. Students like these a lot as the can easily see key changes and continuities, and also the 5 key factors they have to analyse in each period.
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.
American West Knowledge Tests
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American West Knowledge Tests

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Same format as my Crime and Punishment knowledge tests. Simply stick the questions and answers back to back and then laminate. These are displayed on a 'GCSE Hub' display that my pupils can access whenever they need to. Influenced by research that says the best way to retain knowledge is to keep reviewing previous content in low-stakes knowledge tests. Used daily by pupils, especially those in my tutor who study history. Plains Indians, Mormons, Homesteaders, Early settlers, cowboys and law and order covered.
Stuart Britain Resources
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Stuart Britain Resources

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Various resources to help teach Stuart Britain 1602-1688. This is mainly focused at A-Level students. Particular focus is given to the historiography. There is an overview of James I's parliaments, Charles I's relationship with Parliament and his Personal Rule, notes on the Interregnum and a thorough overview of the historiography of the Restoration Period 1660-1688.
Charles I Execution - Would you have signed the death warrant?
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Charles I Execution - Would you have signed the death warrant?

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This enquiry will take two-three hours to complete. Students work in small groups to research the evidence for and against the execution of Charles I. It is a highly engaging lesson and students frequently question their thinking and judgment on the key question. The lesson concludes with student writing on the verdict sheet and announcing their justified conclusion.
OCR SHP B Crime and Punishment - 1250-1500 lessons
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OCR SHP B Crime and Punishment - 1250-1500 lessons

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This bundle of resources includes lessons focused on the 1250-1500 section of the Crime and Punishment course. This includes resources for the overview of society, the different crimes and causes of crimes, who enforced the laws and different ways to punish criminals.
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.
AQA Democracy and Nazism - Consolidation of Power 1933-34 Quizzes
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AQA Democracy and Nazism - Consolidation of Power 1933-34 Quizzes

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This resource contains two quiz cards for the start of the second year of teaching for the AQA Democracy and Nazism course. I cut these out stick back to back and laminate. I them display them in the classroom so students can access them. They are also put on the sixth form VLE. These have contributed to outstanding results and student's recall of knowledge has dramatically improved.
AQA Democracy and Nazism Year 1 Knowledge Tests - 1918-1933
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AQA Democracy and Nazism Year 1 Knowledge Tests - 1918-1933

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These knowledge tests are influenced by research that has shown low-stakes knowledge testing significantly improves knowledge recall. There are 9 quiz cards in this resource, three for each section of the AS Year. You simply back them together, laminate and put on display for students to use (questions one side, answers on the other). This revision strategy has proven very popular at GCSE and is now even more applicable at A-Level with the new linear courses.
Battle of the Somme - Learning curve or slaughter?
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Battle of the Somme - Learning curve or slaughter?

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This enquiry can take 2-3 lessons to complete. Pupils work in small groups using the information sheets provided to come to their own conclusion. There is advice on how to approach the research, structure their notes and how to justify their conclusion. Pupils have to choose which historians they agree with, if they agree with either. I get pupils to move to an area of the room to make their judgement - this is shown on the PPT. Highly engaging lesson and builds the skills required on any young historian. You can add other sources to the lesson.