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Cold War 1941-91 Complete Knowledge Organiser Bundle
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Cold War 1941-91 Complete Knowledge Organiser Bundle

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Complete set of my Cold War knowledge organisers which I designed to complement Edexcel’s GCSE Superpower Relations and the Cold War, 1941-91 course. There is a dual coding element: The moustache = Stalin because of his facial hair The dog = Churchill because of the car insurance adverts The lone star = Roosevelt because of the stars on the American flag The shooting star = Truman - same as Roosevelt but Truman’s is shooting because of the dropping of the Atom bomb The tie = Attlee - seemed appropriate The eye = Eisenhower - EYE-senhower The Hammer = Khrushchev - Hammer is symbol of Soviet Union and Khrushchev has an industrial background The piggy bank = JFK - reasoning is threefold; 1. JFK came from a wealthy family, 2. he presided over the ‘Bay of Pigs’ incident 3. the piggy bank has a hole in it The telephone = Nixon because of the phone tapping in the Watergate scandal The wallet = Ford because the USA suffered the worst economy since the depression under president Ford The U-turn = Carter because of his lenient position on the Soviet Union The heart with pulse line = Brezhnev because he dies of a heart attack The theatre masks = Reagan because of his hollywood background The trophy = Gorbachev because he won the Nobel Peace Prize The bush/shrub = George Bush because it’s a bush. The rest of the icons are purely illustrative
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.
The Cold War - 1943 Tehran Conference Word Gap
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The Cold War - 1943 Tehran Conference Word Gap

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Word Gap on the Tehran Conference Designed to complement unit 1.1 of Edexcel’s the Cold War GCSE course, Early Tension’s between East and West Knowledge Organiser also available: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cold-war-early-tensions-grand-alliance-and-conferences-knowledge-organiser-12239252
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
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
Cold War Yalta or Potsdam Conference Colour Code
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Cold War Yalta or Potsdam Conference Colour Code

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Colour code to complement unit 1.1, Early Tensions Between East and West of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991 Students should colour categorise the information in the table to show whether the information is about the Yalta conference or the Potsdam conference Advised to print 2 sheets per page for A5 sizing
Cold War The Arms Race Knowledge Organiser
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Cold War The Arms Race Knowledge Organiser

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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 conventional weapons, the development of atomic and hydrogen bombs, ICBMs, nuclear weapons as a threat or a deterrent, the Korean War, President Eisenhower, the death of Stalin and Nikita Khrushchev. The eye is President Eisenhower and the hammer is Khrushchev. The rest are mostly visual prompts.
Build-up to the Cuban Missile Crisis Cold War Knowledge Organiser
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Build-up to the Cuban Missile Crisis Cold War Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser to complement unit 2.2,Cuban Missile Crisis of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991 Covers Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, the Cuban revolution, consequences of the revolution, why America was so concerned by the revolution, their plan of action, the Bay of Pigs incident, why it failed and what the impact was for the USA and USSR. The piggy bank represents JFK
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
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
Cold War Early Tensions, Grand Alliance and Conferences Knowledge Organiser
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Cold War Early Tensions, Grand Alliance and Conferences Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser to complement unit 1.1, Early Tensions Between East and West of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991 Covers the difference between communism and capitalism, the original Grand alliance, the successes and failures of the Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam conferences The moustache is Stalin, the dog is Churchill, the lone star is Roosevelt but the shooting star is Truman, the tie is Attlee
The Space Race Cold War Success Graph
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The Space Race Cold War Success Graph

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Inspired by @KKNTeachLearn Designed to complement unit 1.3 of Edexcel’s GCSE Cold War course; The Cold War Intensifies Students make a judgement about the success level of the Space Race at each key event and colour in the bar chart in one of two colours depending on whether it was a US or Soviet Union development to see how the Space Race developed and culminated in the 1969 moon landings.