Planning sheets to help students revise key events and prepare them for the narrative account question in Paper 2
Short, three-lesson SOW that can be used as a standalone unit or integrated into a broader unit exploring Tudor England Fully resourced land differentiated lessons exploring the lives of black Tudors. Tried and tested SOW that has proved to be very popular amongst students and allows them to explore more diverse histories.
Great revision tool that can be adapted to include different questions
Covers key events of the course Great revision resource for the following questions: Explain two consequences of… Explain the importance of… Differentiated with some columns partly populated for guidance - this can be removed to provide extra challenge
Short, three-lesson SOW that can be used as a standalone unit or integrated into a broader unit exploring Tudor England Fully resourced lessons using scholarship (e.g. Kaufmann, Olusoga) to evaluate the lives of black Tudors. Cross-curricular links made as students look at Othello from a historical perspective. Tried and tested SOW that has proved to be very popular amongst students and allows them to explore more diverse histories.
A PLC covering medieval medicine Excellent revision resource
An ambitious SOW aimed at KS3 students Fully resourced lessons including an assessment (includes a substantive knowledge test and written assessment) Enquiry based with a focus on interpretations and historiography This unit is a great introduction to historical interpretations and how they change over time An excellent addition to the teaching of medieval history at KS3 Differentiated for lower and higher ability students Great focus on building substantive knowledge through retrieval practice Can be adapted and personalised to meet the needs of your students
A clear and concise overview of the key events of the Cold War, including dates, images and summaries. This is a great resource to introduce the GCSE Cold War course.
How useful are sources X and Y for an enquiry into…(8) Save time and provide effective feedback
Ambitious, tried and tested SOW focusing on the impact of the Black Death (includes assessment) Enquiry-based learning with a focus on change and continuity, consequence and source analysis Ready to use and well-resourced lessons A range of activities used to engage students Focus on knowledge retention with retrieval activities embedded into the SOW Differentiated to provide support as well as stretch and challenge all learners Can be adapted to meet the needs of your students I did not create the Meanwhile, Elsewhere homework tasks therefore did not upload them. Instead, I will share the link where they can be found: https://meanwhileelsewhereinhistory.wordpress.com/