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Medieval Approaches to Treatment of Disease Knowledge Organiser
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Medieval Approaches to Treatment of Disease Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 1.2 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course - Approaches to Treatment and Prevention Covers religious and supernatural treatment (the king’s healing power and astrology), humoural treatments like bloodletting (cuttinv veins, leeches and cupping and purging, and remedies including bathing, herbal remedies, superstitions and diet. Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes
Ideas about the causes of and diagnosing disease in the Renaissance Knowledge Organiser
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Ideas about the causes of and diagnosing disease in the Renaissance Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 2.1 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course - Ideas about the causes of disease and illness Covers what ideas stayed from the medieval period, alchemy, ‘animalcules’, changing views on the use of urine and the Four Humours, a scientific approach to diagnosis, Thomas Sydenham, the role of technology (printing press and microscopes), and the work of the Royal Society + summary box for what was understood by the end of the period. Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes
Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan & Cominform, Comecon Knowledge Organiser
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Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan & Cominform, Comecon Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser to complement unit 1.2, The Development of the Cold War of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991 Covers the Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan and Cominform and Comecon. The shooting star is Truman, type writer represents the telegrams, satellite is the satellite states. The rest are mostly visual prompts.
Medieval Ideas about the Causes of Disease Knowledge Organiser
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Medieval Ideas about the Causes of Disease Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 1.1 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course - Ideas about the cause of disease and illness Covers Hippocrates and Four Humours, Galen and the Theory of Opposites, the Role of the Church, book learning, lack of alternatives, attitudes and society, science and technology, and astrology Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes
Approaches to Prevention and Treatment in the Renaissance Knowledge Organiser
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Approaches to Prevention and Treatment in the Renaissance Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 2.2 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course - Approaches to Prevention and Treatment Covers what ideas stayed from the medieval period, humoural treatments, herbal remedies, impact of the discovery of the New World, purging, transference, iatrochemistry, case studies of Thomas Sydenham and Syphilis for Treatment. Covers continuity from the Medieval period, practicing moderation, personal ‘constitution’ superstitions, prayer, Regimen Sanitatis, cleanliness of home and body, removing miasmata and new technologies such as the thermometer and barometer for prevention of disease. Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes
The Black Death Medieval Medicine Knowledge Organiser
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The Black Death Medieval Medicine Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 1.3 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course -Dealing with the Black Death, 1348-49 Covers origins and symptoms of the Black Death, causes of the Black Death (Religious/supernatural, natural and common beliefs), treatments of the Black Death (Religious/supernatural and natural), government action, and preventing the Black Death (Religious/supernatural, natural and common beliefs) Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes
Medieval Approaches to Prevention of Disease Knowledge Organiser
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Medieval Approaches to Prevention of Disease Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 1.2 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course - Approaches to Treatment and Prevention Covers the church, hygiene and diet, Reigimen Sanitatis, purifying the air, Medieval ‘medics’ including, physicians, apothecaires, and surgeons, and caring for the sick at home, and in hospitals. Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes
Approaches to Treatment and Prevention of Disease in the Enlightenment
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Approaches to Treatment and Prevention of Disease in the Enlightenment

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 3 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course - Ideas about the cause of disease and illness Covers problems facing surgery, surgery before the Enlightenment, James Simpson and Chloroform, opposition to chloroform, aseptic vs antiseptic surgery, the ‘black period’ of surgery, Lister and carbolic acid, Jenner and Smallpox, inoculation, role of the government. Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes
The 1956 Hungarian Uprising The Cold War
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The 1956 Hungarian Uprising The Cold War

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Knowledge Organiser to complement unit 1.3, The Cold War Intensifies of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991 Covers key chronology and events of the Hungarian Uprising. Focus on the Secret Speech, comparison of Rakosi and Nagy, Khrushchev’s reaction, Nagy’s trial and execution, the international response and the impact on the control of Hungary by the USSR The Hammer is Khrushchev. The rest are mostly visual prompts.
Flashpoints in Superpower Relations 1979-84 Cold War Knowledge Organiser
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Flashpoints in Superpower Relations 1979-84 Cold War Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser to complement unit 3.2, Flashpoints in superpower relations, 1979-84 of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991 Covers the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the 1980/1984 Olympic boycotts, the introduction of Ronald Reagan, his Strategic Defense Initiative and the ‘Second Cold War’ The U-turn arrow represents President Jimmy Carter, the theatre masks represent Ronald Reagan, the rest are illustrative
Main Issues of the Bolshevik Leadership Struggle Word Gap
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Main Issues of the Bolshevik Leadership Struggle Word Gap

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Word gap designed to complement unit 3 of the AQA A level Russia course: Revolution and Dictatorship: Russia 1917-1953, Stalin’s rise to power, 1924-1929 Covers the 3 main issues in selecting the new leader of the Soviet Union after Lenin’s death: the nature of leadership, the NEP/industrialisation debate and ‘Permanent Revolution’ vs ‘Socialism in One Country’. Advise to print 2 sheets per A4 page
Medical Care in the Renaissance Knowledge Organiser
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Medical Care in the Renaissance Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge organiser to complement unit 2.2 of Edexcel’s Medicine Through Time, c1250-present GCSE course - Approaches to Prevention and Treatment Covers Apothecaries and Journeymen, physicians, surgeons, fugitive sheets, hospitals, the dissolution of the monasteries, pest houses and community care, with space to note any key individuals. Advise to print A4 for revision/A3 for detailed notes