Crime and Punishment GCSE lessons Bundle - save 38%

Crime and Punishment GCSE lessons Bundle - save 38%

Save 38% Five GCSE Crime and Punishment lessons. Lessons include Highwaymen Transportation Smuggling Prison Reform *Crimes & punishments Also includes past (1999-2015) OCR exam paper questions organised into topics on an exam mat - prefect for revision, homework, exam practice for the whole Crime and Punishment course. NEW to bundle *Lesson - Did the punishment fit the crime - match the crimes to the punishment in Early Modern Britain NEW to bundle Learning grid to focus progress in learning on Early Modern Britain
lesleyann75
SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

Individual Educational Plan to specifically support SEND students. Use the strategies in your lessons to differentiate for SEND students. These plans were drawn up to support in Humanities lessons but would transfer to other subjects. Local Authority, Ofsted have said that is is exemplary SEND practice. I have written codes for the below areas of need. On your lesson plan write the code and the strategy number next to the initials of the child. Keep the IEPs in your teaching file with the students name on. Practical strategies that support the new SEND code of practice. Various strategies to use in lessons depending on the need of the child. Area of SEND need covered includes: SPLD Dyslexia General Literacy difficulties Dyscalculia Dyspraxia ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder BESD Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties including ODD Oppositional Defiant Disorder Autism Asperger Syndrome Hearing Impaired Editable file to personalise to your department.
lesleyann75
Why did the early Pioneers go WEST?  HEXAGONS sort  American West Edexcel GCSE History

Why did the early Pioneers go WEST? HEXAGONS sort American West Edexcel GCSE History

Why did the early Pioneers go WEST? For NEW 2016 GCSE History Edexcel American West unit This lesson covers the following: Migration and early settlement The factors encouraging migration, including economic conditions, the Oregon Trail from 1836, the concept of Manifest Destiny US government policy: support for US westward expansion Looking at the reasons why the early Pioneers go West. Students organised the hexagons Plenary Review Why did the early pioneers go West? How did the Manifest Destiny encourage Americans to go West? How did economic factors encourage early pioneers to go West? Which factors encouraged/pushed the early pioneers to go West? Which factors pulled the early pioneers to go West? Which factors enabled/helped the early pioneers to go West? Which factors were more important: Push or Pull? Explain the importance of the Pre-emption Act of 1842 in the settlement of Oregon Editable PowerPoint and SOLO hexagons to organise into reasons
lesleyann75
SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

Individual Educational Plan to specifically support SEND students. Use the strategies in your lessons to differentiate for SEND students. These plans were drawn up to support in Humanities lessons but would transfer to other subjects. Local Authority, Ofsted have said that is is exemplary SEND practice. I have written codes for the below areas of need. On your lesson plan write the code and the strategy number next to the initials of the child. Keep the IEPs in your teaching file with the students name on. Practical strategies that support the new SEND code of practice. Various strategies to use in lessons depending on the need of the child. Area of SEND need covered includes: SPLD Dyslexia General Literacy difficulties Dyscalculia Dyspraxia ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder BESD Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties including ODD Oppositional Defiant Disorder Autism Asperger Syndrome Hearing Impaired Editable file to personalise to your department.
lesleyann75
Edexcel GCSE History 1-9 Assessment Cover marking sheet Crime & Punishment in Britain c1000-present

Edexcel GCSE History 1-9 Assessment Cover marking sheet Crime & Punishment in Britain c1000-present

Edexcel GCSE History 1-9 Assessment Cover marking sheet for Crime & Punishment in Britain c1000-present Time saving assessment front cover sheet to give to students to help students improve their GCSE Crime & Punishment in Britain c1000-present Assessment for the new 1-9 Edexcel course Students have had an assessment test on each of the three questions. Use this sheet to help focus them in on what they need to do to improve. Print sheet out on A4 paper to write teacher comments OR type teacher comments on how to improve directly onto the sheet and print out. Editable sheet - prints to A4 size Advice on how to improve each of the 3 questions - summarised into 3 small boxes on Explain one way that ______ was similar/different to________. Explain the process of change – little progress or rapid progress – overtime How far do you agree - For and against Literacy focus points to highlight or tick Advice on revision to highlight or tick Pupil response box included for students to respond to your marking Cover image only shows two of the three exam question advice on offer and the boxes where the teacher writes/types their comments
lesleyann75
GCSE History Medicine Through Time Renaissance England Bundle

GCSE History Medicine Through Time Renaissance England Bundle

GCSE History Medicine Through Time Renaissance England Bundle To support Edexcel 9-1 GCSE History course 10 planned lessons each building to a GCSE question on the topic of Renaissance Medicine. Lessons include 1. What medical breakthrough did Vesalius make? 2. What medical breakthrough did Harvey make? 3. Did Thomas Sydenham improve medical diagnosis? 4. How did the Royal Society further scientific knowledge? 5. Comparing the ideas about the causes of the plague in 1348 and 1665 6. Comparing reactions and prevention of the plague in 1348 and 1665 7. Compare the work of Physicians, Apothecaries and Surgeons in Medieval to Renaissance 8. Comparing treatments in Medieval to Renaissance 9. Comparing the work of Hospitals in Medieval to Renaissance 10. Change and Continuity across the period looking at how much progress and how little progress was made. All information needed for activities are included in the PowerPoints. For differentiation I sometimes print activity slides out as worksheets. Total price of bundled items £30 Save 50% on this bundle
lesleyann75
GCSE History Surgery Edexcel: What was the purpose of this representation?

GCSE History Surgery Edexcel: What was the purpose of this representation?

This lesson looks at two examples of source questions that answer What was the purpose of this representation? Explain your answer, using Source B and your own knowledge. 8 marks Questions from 2015 & 2016 past exam papers LO: DESCRIBE what the illustration shows about Surgical operations in the early 1870s LO: EXPLAIN the purpose of the author & who the intended audience was LO: APPLY skills to answering a GCSE Question Recall What were the dangers & problems of surgery? Recall the solutions TONE spotting in the source & how it helps to work out the PURPOSE Using bubble words to write about the illustration Differentiated: Grade F to C Describes and infers the representation moving to B to A* focused questions on purpose and intended audience, knowledge nuggets needed to achieve A-A* Analysing the purpose of this representation Answering the GCSE question LO: DESCRIBE what the painting shows about First World War surgical dressing station close to the front line LO: EXPLAIN Explain the purpose of the author & who the intended audience was LO: APPLY skills to answering a GCSE Question Recall the improvements in surgery in the First World War Recall the problems, solutions and ideas TONE spotting in the source & how it helps to work out the PURPOSE Using bubble words to write about the illustration Differentiated: Grade F to C Describes and infers the representation moving to B to A* focused questions on purpose and intended audience, knowledge nuggets needed to achieve A-A* Analysing the purpose of this representation Answering the GCSE question Final slide focuses on what to think about when answering the question. This lesson helps students of all abilities tackle this question.
lesleyann75
Interpretations lesson:  Why does Cromwell's reputation change overtime?

Interpretations lesson: Why does Cromwell's reputation change overtime?

LO: Explain why Oliver Cromwell is a significant figure in history LO: Explain why there are different interpretations of Cromwell overtime LO: Justify Cromwell’s changing reputation This lesson will take 2 lessons The first half looks at Using significance criteria and information cards students select facts to answer the significance criteria - using the 5 R's and GREAT criteria. Using 5 R's for the more able Revealing (does he tell you a lot about history?) Results (did he have a big effect on history?) Remarkable (was he important at the time?) Remembered (do people still remember him today?) . 5. Relevant (are the issues he raises still important for us today?) Using GREAT significance criteria for differentiation for SEN GROUNDBREAKING - Remembered – EVENTS THAT ARE FAR REACHING AFFECTING THE FUTURE Terrifying/Terrific Overall in conclusion Cromwell was…. For the second lesson students look at reasons why his reputation changes overtime Using information cards on each time period there is a set differentiated for more able and a set differentiated for SEN students. 1 Restoration Explain why Cromwell has no statue. 2 Victorian Explain why Cromwell's statue/reputation is so high in the Victorian reign However there were arguments over where to situate the statue. Irish MPs did not want… 3 Inter-War/WWII Explain why Cromwell’s statue/reputation is so low 4 Today Explain why Cromwell’s statue/reputation has changed again Today historians view Cromwell in a more balanced view. 5 WHY DOES CROMWELL’S REPUTATION CHANGE OVERTIME? The reputation of Cromwell changes overtime because it depends… 6 Does he deserve a statue? Using information cards on each time period - differentiated for more able and SEN students. Assessment criteria for students Grade 3 to 6 Age range year 7 in a 2 year key stage 3 or year 8 in a 3 year key stage 3 Plenary: You are allowed 100 words for a plaque for a statue that will appear on Cromwell’s statue. No more than 100 words.
lesleyann75
GCSE History: Pasteur & how did  Germ Theory change the understanding of the cause of disease?

GCSE History: Pasteur & how did Germ Theory change the understanding of the cause of disease?

GCSE History: Medicine Through Time: GCSE History medicine: Pasteur and how did the Germ Theory change the understanding of the cause of disease? To support the new Edexcel GCSE History 9-1 course, Compatible to other specifications covering C18th and C19th England in Medicine through time. LO: DESCRIBE the Germ Theory LO: EXPLAIN the impact Pasteur’s work had on Medicine in Britain LO: APPLY knowledge to answer exam questions This lesson helps students to look at introduction to the C18th to set the context of the Age of Enlightenment Students use thinking tools to describe the Germ Theory and what Pasteur proved and theorised about before answering a GCSE style question. Students then look at the impact Pasteur had on British medicine - on the one hand and on the other before answering a GCSE style question. Students then look at factors that help explain Why was there a rapid change in the understanding of the cause of disease in 1700-1900? by thinking about a what science would not have without (topsy turvy thinking) before answering a GCSE style question. To help students retain knowledge and for knowledge stick-ability - There are two Q&A question slides to test knowledge and an Odd One Out quiz 3x3 grid where students must work out which is the odd one out from each row and each column (possible answers given) Included some jpg of activities for preview PowerPoint 40 slides editable
lesleyann75
Medicine Through  Time: GCSE History Comparing Treatments in Medieval & Renaissance England

Medicine Through Time: GCSE History Comparing Treatments in Medieval & Renaissance England

Medicine Through Time: GCSE History Comparing Treatments in Medieval and Renaissance England NEW GCSE History Edexcel requires the students to compare the similarities and differences between treatments in Medieval and Renaissance England. LO: Identify the change and continuity in treatment LO: EXPLAIN change and continuity in treatment between Medieval and Renaissance England LO: APPLY knowledge to answer exam questions This lesson helps students to compare the similarities and differences between treatments in Medieval and Renaissance England. Students use a thinking tool to compare similarities and differences before answering two GCSE style questions asking them to focus on similarities and differences. To help students retain knowledge and for knowledge stick-ability - A Q&A question slide to test knowledge is included and a Odd One Out 3x3 grid where students must work out which is the odd one out from each row and each column (possible answers given)
lesleyann75
Crime and Punishment GCSE lessons Bundle - save 38%

Crime and Punishment GCSE lessons Bundle - save 38%

Save 38% Five GCSE Crime and Punishment lessons. Lessons include Highwaymen Transportation Smuggling Prison Reform *Crimes & punishments Also includes past (1999-2015) OCR exam paper questions organised into topics on an exam mat - prefect for revision, homework, exam practice for the whole Crime and Punishment course. NEW to bundle *Lesson - Did the punishment fit the crime - match the crimes to the punishment in Early Modern Britain NEW to bundle Learning grid to focus progress in learning on Early Modern Britain
lesleyann75
History How useful is the Domesday Book to a historian? HEXAGON sorting activity

History How useful is the Domesday Book to a historian? HEXAGON sorting activity

History How useful is the Domesday Book to a historian? LO: Explain why William ordered the Domesday Book? LO: Explain why the Domesday Book is useful to historians LO: Explain why the Domesday Book is not useful to historians LO: Apply your knowledge in an exam style question Starter: Looking at the C17th chest mystery - what is inside this chest? Information about the Domesday Book - create a spider diagram. Looking at a source to determine Why William ordered the survey? GCSE Question Explain why William ordered the Domesday Survey (9) SOLO Hexagons: sorting activity and instructions sheet. Work in groups to find the answers Use the hexagons to help organise answers to the questions below GCSE Question: How useful is the Domesday Book to a historian studying life in the Middle Ages? GCSE Question: How reliable is the Domesday Book to a historian studying life in the Middle Ages? For MAT/GnTGCSE Question: Why is the Domesday Book still important today? Plenary Review Questions included Self contained lesson lasts 1-2 hours or could be edited to 1 hour. Lesson builds in GCSE skills to support key stage 3 students in history lessons. Challenges more able students. PowerPoint and hexagons are editable. Hexagons in comic sans for SEN
lesleyann75
Holocaust lesson:  What is the story behind this Gold pendant?

Holocaust lesson: What is the story behind this Gold pendant?

Holocaust lesson: What is the story behind this Gold pendant? Lesson objectives • Recall facts from the story of the gold pendant • Summarise facts from the story of the gold pendant • Decide what message should be shared from the story of the gold pendant This lesson was created after reading the testimony of Lily Ebert on the Holocaust Memorial website. Any gold arriving in Auschwitz was stolen by the Nazis so Lily believes that her pendant is unique, the only gold to enter and leave the camp with its rightful owner. Starter activity: Ask students to draw a large foot or around the shape of their shoe on a piece of plain A4 paper. Then turn the A4 paper over and fold the paper twice, to create four boxes. On the clean side of A4 sheet write the words, happy, sad, scared, message of the story in the four boxes. Feely bag with a pendant in. Images on the board – how an everyday item has an untold story to tell. PA= pupil activity TT = teacher talk TT: teacher tells the story of the gold pendant using the PowerPoint slides and images, PA: as story is being told students are to record, summarise events in note form, bullet points or spider diagram points, words in the story that relate to sadness, happiness and fear (scared) Students should also look out for the message of the story. Example on Powerpoint slide 12 students record when the story relates to sadness, happiness and fear TT: Stop the story at shoes; ask the students if this end of the story? PP: In pairs share what you have recorded on your sheet with a partner – anything same/difference? TT: Share Lily’s hopes for the future and her message – what do you think the message of the story is? Show SS photographs to show how ordinary those involved in the genocide where. Perfect for History and Religious Education lessons on the Holocaust for Year 9. Differentitated written tasks. Adaptable resources editable for your use . Lesson graded Outstanding.
lesleyann75
GCSE History Crime and Punishment learning grids

GCSE History Crime and Punishment learning grids

Editable for your own use - Crime and Punishment learning grid for students Useful for revision, self review, checking learning, focusing thinking, Differentiated by task and linked to GCSE grades. Useful for a planner for students to follow the course. Useful for a homework checker of knowledge gained through course. Written as Learning objectives from Grades 1 to 8 or G to A* I used to get students to keep this at the front of their folders and check the learning as they progressed through the course. Supports GCSE Crime and Punishment for GCSE on the topics of Anglo Saxon England Norman England Later Middle Ages Early Modern Britain Industrial Britain Twentieth Century Britain Includes Timeline knowledge organiser of Crime and Punishment
lesleyann75
Why did the early Pioneers go WEST?  HEXAGONS sort  American West Edexcel GCSE History

Why did the early Pioneers go WEST? HEXAGONS sort American West Edexcel GCSE History

Why did the early Pioneers go WEST? For NEW 2016 GCSE History Edexcel American West unit This lesson covers the following: Migration and early settlement The factors encouraging migration, including economic conditions, the Oregon Trail from 1836, the concept of Manifest Destiny US government policy: support for US westward expansion Looking at the reasons why the early Pioneers go West. Students organised the hexagons Plenary Review Why did the early pioneers go West? How did the Manifest Destiny encourage Americans to go West? How did economic factors encourage early pioneers to go West? Which factors encouraged/pushed the early pioneers to go West? Which factors pulled the early pioneers to go West? Which factors enabled/helped the early pioneers to go West? Which factors were more important: Push or Pull? Explain the importance of the Pre-emption Act of 1842 in the settlement of Oregon Editable PowerPoint and SOLO hexagons to organise into reasons
lesleyann75
Medicine GCSE History: What medical breakthrough did Jenner make in the prevention of disease?

Medicine GCSE History: What medical breakthrough did Jenner make in the prevention of disease?

GCSE History: Medicine Through Time: What medical breakthrough did Jenner make in the prevention of disease? To support the new Edexcel GCSE History 9-1 course, Compatible to other specifications covering C18th and C19th England in Medicine through time. LO: DESCRIBE how Jenner made his major breakthrough LO: EXPLAIN the significance of the vaccination – for and against LO: APPLY knowledge to answer exam questions This lesson helps students to look at the work of Jenner and it's significance as a major breakthrough in the prevention of disease Students use a thinking tool to create judgements on the importance of this breakthrough before answering a GCSE style question. Was Jenner’s vaccination against smallpox a major breakthrough in the prevention of disease? Vaccination against smallpox was a major breakthrough in the prevention of disease. How far do you agree? Explain your answer. For and Against To help students retain knowledge and for knowledge stick-ability - A Q&A question slide to test knowledge is included and a Odd One Out 3x3 grid where students must work out which is the odd one out from each row and each column (possible answers given) Jpgs included to show a preview. PowerPoint 44 slides editable
lesleyann75
Causes of the Second World War GCSE Learning Mats Revision

Causes of the Second World War GCSE Learning Mats Revision

Causes of the Second World War GCSE Learning Mats for Revision 8 learning mats covering the causes of the Second World War Focuses in on the skills describe, explain and assess. Useful overview and revision learning mat. Editable PowerPoint slides. 10 ideas included on how to use the learning mats in lesson. Great for GCSE History or more able year 8 or 9 students studying the causes of the Second World War. Supports progress in learing Great to focus Grade C students on the knowledge and skill needed to access the grade Great for showing Grade B how to explain Excellent way to move students onto Grade A via the skill of assessing consequences
lesleyann75
Edexcel GCSE History Checklist:  Medicine in Britain, c1250–present

Edexcel GCSE History Checklist: Medicine in Britain, c1250–present

Edexcel GCSE History Checklist: Medicine in Britain, c1250–present Help students organise their folders with a course checklist for NEW 2016 Edexcel GCSE History Checklist: Medicine in Britain, c1250–present Use for a course overview and revision checklist. Editable word document to personalise to your department.
lesleyann75
GCSE History Crime & Punishment: Did the punishment fit the crime in the Early Modern Period?

GCSE History Crime & Punishment: Did the punishment fit the crime in the Early Modern Period?

Did the punishment fit the crime in the Early Modern Period? This lesson supports the new GCSE crime and punishment through time in the Early Modern Period. SPECULATE the punishments of crimes in the Early Modern Period DESCRIBE the crimes and punishments in the Early Modern Period APPLY skills to answering a GCSE Question Starter: SPECULATE the punishments for the following crimes Answers Introduce new punishments create a organiser to record the crimes and punishments Do you know the difference between pillory and stocks? (headache pill, head on pillow = pillory) (socks, stockings, feet = stocks) Answer GCSE question Plenary review questions Review learning great for revision -SPIN PowerPoint - press slide show to view, then press s for start and s to stop. Question the class, who dares take the spin challenge? Press esc to end altogether.
lesleyann75
GCSE History SOLO Hexagons Explain the rise and fall of Highwaymen in Early Modern Britain?

GCSE History SOLO Hexagons Explain the rise and fall of Highwaymen in Early Modern Britain?

Exam Focus Explain why highway robbery increased in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries? Explain why highway robbery declined towards the end of the eighteenth century. Graded for old GCSE A*-C and new 1-9 GCSE Grading Lesson Objectives Gained Knowledge Identify reasons for the development/rise/increase & fall/decline/decrease of highway robbery Explain reasons for the development/rise & fall/decline/decease of highway robbery Was it the harshness of the Bloody Code? (i.e The death penalty and the bodies hanging in gibbets) that explains the fall of the highwayman? Starter - What do you already know about Highwaymen or Highway Robbery? complete the starter sheet Use my video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WygTL68bow to answer the following questions What is the POPULAR image of Highwaymen? Bullet point or spider diagram, use words or pictures What were REAL Highwaymen like? Bullet point or spider diagram, use words or pictures What did highwayman say to their victims when they held them up? Where do you think the POPULAR image of Highwaymen has come from? Bullet point or Spider Diagram Where do you think the POPULAR image of Highwaymen has come from? Sort the hexagon cards into: 9 factors that explain the development/rise/increase of highway robbery + 1 defintion Prioritise/sort in the order of importance 1, 2, 3 (what you think is the most important) link hexagons Find 5 factors + 1 judgement that explain the developments that led to the fall/decline of highway robbery Prioritise/sort in the order of importance 1, 2, 3 (what you think is the most important) link hexagons Consider: Does improved law enforcement (police force) explain why highwaymen disappeared? Judge/Assess/Decide: Does the harshness of the Bloody Code? i.e. The death penalty and the bodies hanging in gibbets explain the fall of the highwayman? Write the statements into the revision sheet or hand out the answer sheet for a revision recap after the hexagon sort Create a road map by drawing the reasons why Highway robbery increased and decreased Home Learning/ Homework 1 a, b, c game how many words can you find for each letter of alphabet on the topic of highway robbery? 2 List key words for increase & decrease in highwaymen 3 Create a revision spider diagram/bullet points that shows the reasons that led to the rise of highway robbery in 1600s and the reasons to the decline of highway robbery in early 1800s 4 What lessons can we learn from the rise and fall of highwaymen in crime prevention today? 5 A/A* 7-8 Was the death penalty enough of a deterrent for putting off highwaymen? Why is the situation different from late 1600s to early 1800s Plenary and extension on PowerPoint
lesleyann75