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Whitechapel Revision
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Whitechapel Revision

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Lesson includes: Lesson PowerPoint Do Now Activity - Whitechapel AO1 knowledge quiz (and answers) Main Activity - Students to use 3 weakest areas to direct their learning over next 30 mintues to complete specific improvement tasks. These include: heads and tails, closed text mind map, note tasking task, revision clock, thinking quilt, hexagon activity and picture taboo task. Students are then to complete the challenge task (describe two features of… question) Plenary - Quiz, Quiz, Trade
7 - What happened in concentration camps
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7 - What happened in concentration camps

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Lesson 7 of 9 in a Year 9 scheme of work for the Holocaust. This lesson focuses on the Nazi's regime of implementing concentration camps. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. Lesson includes: - starter task based on Adam Koscielniak's art interpretations - analysis of 2 interpretations of events task - source analysis - stretch task - social media plenary
9 - Population assessment
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9 - Population assessment

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Lesson 9 of 9 in a Year 8 SOW on Population This lesson is a formal assessment to assess students understanding of concepts covered in SOW, including: - key term definitions - population density - population distribution - using choropleth maps to describe - using population pyramids to describe - impacts of overpopulation - impacts of an ageing population - exploring solutions to population management Assessment has Bronze, Silver, Gold learning outcomes used throughout the SOW for students to progress through.
7 - Ageing population
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7 - Ageing population

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Lesson 7 of 9 in a Year 8 SOW on Population This lesson explores the issue of an ageing population in an MEDC (Case study: UK) Stretch activity and differentiation included. Included is the PowerPoint and all handouts / worksheets needed Lessons have Bronze, Silver, Gold learning outcomes for students to progress through.
5 - Accrington PALS battalion
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5 - Accrington PALS battalion

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Lesson 5 of 12 in a Year 9 scheme of work for World War One. This lesson focuses on the PALS battalions (case study: Accrington) There is an opportunity for students to use the soldier profile formed in this lesson throughout homework activities and stretch tasks through the remaining lessons in the unit of work. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. All worksheets, resources and video clips included. Lesson includes: - starter source task - key term definition (PALS) - video clip - soldier profile game activity - questioning plenary
1 - What is China like
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1 - What is China like

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Lesson 1 in a Year 8 scheme of work on China - the big question of the topic is "Does China have what it takes to be a superpower?" This lesson focuses on introducing where China is in the world. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. All worksheets, resources and video clips included. Lesson includes: - think / pair / share activity: what is a superpower? - key term definition (unscrambling task) - China or not task - identifying where China is in the world (map task) - BBQ plenary
Holocaust assessment
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Holocaust assessment

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Lesson 8 of 9 in a Year 9 scheme of work for the Holocaust. Creative assessment piece Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. Lesson includes: - bell work activity - interpretation and questioning task - memorial discussion - levelled assessment task
2 - What is population density?
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2 - What is population density?

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Lesson 2 of 9 in a Year 8 SOW on Population This lesson explains what population density is and allows students the opportunity to explore areas that are densely / sparsely populated, working out the calculations themselves (numeracy focus) Included is the PowerPoint and all handouts / worksheets needed (differentiation included) Lessons have Bronze, Silver, Gold learning outcomes for students to progress through.
8 - How do countries manage their population?
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8 - How do countries manage their population?

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Lesson 8 of 9 in a Year 8 SOW on Population This lesson explores the population management in China (China's One Child Policy) Worksheet, differentiated task and lots of stretch activities included. Included is the PowerPoint and all handouts / worksheets needed Lessons have Bronze, Silver, Gold learning outcomes for students to progress through.
12 - Your soldier (PALS)
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12 - Your soldier (PALS)

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Lesson 12 of 12 in a Year 9 scheme of work for World War One. This lesson is an assessment opportunity for students to demonstrates their understanding of topics covered in the scheme of work through extended pieces of writing. Students will cover: Life in Accrington Propaganda Being part of a PALS battalion Trench warfare The battle of the Somme Germany's surrender Signing of Armistice The Treaty of Versailles Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. All worksheets, resources and video clips included. Lesson includes: - Powerpoint showing the fate of the Accrington PALS battalion (students use this to complete their soldier profile for identified soldier earlier in the scheme of work) - Assessment worksheet
10 - Why did Germany surrender and sign the armistice
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10 - Why did Germany surrender and sign the armistice

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Lesson 10 of 12 in a Year 9 scheme of work for World War One. This lesson focuses on reasons for Germany's surrender and the signing of Armistice. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. All worksheets, resources and video clips included. Lesson includes: - numeracy starter task - remembrance day task / discussion of what remembrance day is - carousel activity describing reasons for surrender and explaining the impacts - PEE paragraph task - remembrance day poetry plenary
7 - Trench life
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7 - Trench life

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Lesson 7 of 12 in a Year 9 scheme of work for World War One. This lesson focuses on conditions in the trenches. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. All worksheets, resources and video clips included. Lesson includes: - recap task - source task (information gathering activity) - letter / diary entry writing task - peer assessment plenary
3 - How does China compare to the UK
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3 - How does China compare to the UK

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Lesson 1 in a Year 8 scheme of work on China - the big question of the topic is "Does China have what it takes to be a superpower?" This lesson focuses on a comparison between China and the UK so that students can see similarities and differences in climate, culture, history and industry. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. All worksheets, resources and video clips included. Lesson includes: - gimme 5 starter - matching statistics task - marketplace activity (with write on structured worksheet) - similarities and differences class discussion - extended writing task - bingo plenary
2 - Where are all the people in China
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2 - Where are all the people in China

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Lesson 2 in a Year 8 scheme of work on China - the big question of the topic is "Does China have what it takes to be a superpower?" This lesson focuses on population distribution within China. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. All worksheets, resources and video clips included. Lesson includes: - matching task - key word definition - graph activity - choropleth map task - describing population distribution task - self assessment
6 - What are population pyramids?
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6 - What are population pyramids?

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Lesson 6 of 9 in a Year 8 SOW on Population This lesson explains what population pyramids are. Students are shown examples of MEDC and LEDC pyramids and are given the opportunity to create their own. Assessment on graph skills. Included is the PowerPoint and all handouts / worksheets needed Lessons have Bronze, Silver, Gold learning outcomes for students to progress through.
Weimar Republic recovery post 1923
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Weimar Republic recovery post 1923

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Current Year 11 OCR History GCSE Lesson focusing on the actions of Gustav Stresemann. Lesson includes bronze, silver and gold learning objectives for students to work through. Includes: - bell work activity / starter - mind map activity - video and question task - information on achievements - true / false progress check - activity based on achievements and explaining impacts - exam question - peer assessment / self assessment grid (based on mark scheme) - stretch task: significance - stretch task: picture source
3 - What happened to the Besser family
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3 - What happened to the Besser family

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Lesson 3 of 9 in a Year 9 scheme of work for the Holocaust. This lesson focuses on the persecution of Jews in Germany (application of knowledge from lesson 2 - however, can also be used as a stand alone lesson) Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. Lesson includes: - bell work activity - activity to gauge prior knowledge - video and questioning task - bronze, silver, gold activity based on persecution of the Besser family (case study) - stretch activity - plenary
4 - Why are there 82 bronze children in Lidice
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4 - Why are there 82 bronze children in Lidice

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Lesson 4 of 9 in a Year 9 scheme of work for the Holocaust. This lesson focuses on the persecution of Jews in Germany (application of knowledge from lesson 2 - however, can also be used as a stand alone lesson) Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. Lesson includes: - bell work activity - evidence gathering and hypothesis forming task - evidence discussion - peer assessment - plenary
6 - What was the Hitler Youth
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6 - What was the Hitler Youth

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Lesson 6 of 9 in a Year 9 scheme of work for the Holocaust. This lesson focuses on the different Nazi youth groups. Lesson includes a PowerPoint with Bronze, Silver, Gold objectives, differentiation opportunities and stretch activities. Lesson includes: - video and questioning task - think, pair, share activity - research task (information resources provided) - stretch source worksheet - student voice plenary
3 - What is population distribution?
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3 - What is population distribution?

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Lesson 3 of 9 in a Year 8 SOW on Population This lesson explains what population distribution is and allows students to describe population density and distribution using a choropleth map. Peer assessment included. Included is the PowerPoint and all handouts / worksheets needed Lessons have Bronze, Silver, Gold learning outcomes for students to progress through.