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GCSE HISTORY with MISS BEZ

GCSE HISTORY with MISSBEZ is the place to find high quality resources with a professional finish that will help you deliver or study GCSE history effectively. In the shop you'll find GCSE history PowerPoints as well as exam papers and other assessment materials.

GCSE HISTORY with MISSBEZ is the place to find high quality resources with a professional finish that will help you deliver or study GCSE history effectively. In the shop you'll find GCSE history PowerPoints as well as exam papers and other assessment materials.
GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: Education (all exam boards)
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GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: Education (all exam boards)

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint and/or accompanying worksheets. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with! The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too. Click to view my shop. If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
GCSE HISTORY: Medicine sample practice 12 mark questions and mark scheme (REVISION & PLANNING)
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GCSE HISTORY: Medicine sample practice 12 mark questions and mark scheme (REVISION & PLANNING)

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This is a really helpful list of sample 12 mark questions for the Edexcel GCSE History exam. Also included is a simplified version of Edexcel’s generic mark scheme for 12 mark medicine questions. These resources are suitable for teachers and students alike. They can be filtered into your planning and PowerPoints for lessons or if you are a student then you can answer these practice questions as part f your revision and ask your teacher to mark them for you. Let me know in the reviews what other resources you would like to see and I will add them as soon as possible.
GCSE HISTORY: Nazi Germany: Threats to the Weimar Republic: Spartacist Uprising, Kapp Putsch
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GCSE HISTORY: Nazi Germany: Threats to the Weimar Republic: Spartacist Uprising, Kapp Putsch

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Nazi Germany unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint and/or accompanying worksheets. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with! The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the GCSE History series too. Click to view my shop. If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
GCSE RE RELIGION AND CONFLICT
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GCSE RE RELIGION AND CONFLICT

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This resource has been created for the non-specialists I have teaching RE this year. It covers what's in a war/conflict thematic unit for all the major exam boards content-wise. The religions covered are Christianity and Islam. The slides about the different question styles, however, are specific to the old WJEC spec. The powerpoint is standalone - no textbook required. Feed back is always welcome as I intend to upload more resources for RE and history over the coming months. It would be great to know what's proving to be particularly helpful for people. Thanks very much, MissBezsays
GCSE HISTORY: Sample Assessment Material: Exam Paper ONE (1): Elizabeth I (Edexcel)
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GCSE HISTORY: Sample Assessment Material: Exam Paper ONE (1): Elizabeth I (Edexcel)

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This Early Elizabethan England GCSE exam paper is suitable for use by both students and teachers. This is the FIRST exam paper in the series. If you are a student you can use this exam paper to prepare effectively for tests and exams. It will help you become familiar with the layout of the paper and the style of questions you will be asked to complete. It will enable you to practise tricky things like getting your timing right for each type of question – managing your time effectively in the exam is crucial to your overall success. Furthermore you will be able to complete practise papers and hand them to your teacher for feedback about how to improve. If you are a teacher this assessment material can be broken down into end of topic practise questions, set as end of unit tests, or as a mock exam at the end of Year 10 or in Year 11 when your school holds its official mock period. The question stems and layout are in the style of the Pearson Edexcel exam board. This assessment material will support your delivery of the Edexcel GCSE History specification. I find this exam board the best to work with at GCSE and have been using them for the last 13 years. Having said this, if you are a teacher or student, please do your due diligence in terms of reading the sample assessment material provided by Pearson Edexcel. I feel sure you will find these sample exam papers in line with their published material and guidance. If you are happy with this resource please consider saving yourself some money by purchasing bundles – they really do offer a huge discount on buying items individually. For lots of free material and GCSE history support, go to www.gscehistorywithmissbez.com I wish you the best of luck with your GCSE history exams x
GCSE HISTORY: Sample Assessment Material: Exam Paper TWO (2): Elizabeth I (Edexcel)
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GCSE HISTORY: Sample Assessment Material: Exam Paper TWO (2): Elizabeth I (Edexcel)

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This Early Elizabethan England GCSE exam paper is suitable for use by both students and teachers. This is the SECOND exam paper in the collection. If you are a student you can use this exam paper to prepare effectively for tests and exams. It will help you become familiar with the layout of the paper and the style of questions you will be asked to complete. It will enable you to practise tricky things like getting your timing right for each type of question – managing your time effectively in the exam is crucial to your overall success. Furthermore you will be able to complete practise papers and hand them to your teacher for feedback about how to improve. If you are a teacher this assessment material can be broken down into end of topic practise questions, set as end of unit tests, or as a mock exam at the end of Year 10 or in Year 11 when your school holds its official mock period. The question stems and layout are in the style of the Pearson Edexcel exam board. This assessment material will support your delivery of the Edexcel GCSE History specification. I find this exam board the best to work with at GCSE and have been using them for the last 13 years. Having said this, if you are a teacher or student, please do your due diligence in terms of reading the sample assessment material provided by Pearson Edexcel. I feel sure you will find these sample exam papers in line with their published material and guidance. If you are happy with this resource please consider saving yourself some money by purchasing bundles – they really do offer a huge discount on buying items individually. For lots of free material and GCSE history support, go to www.gscehistorywithmissbez.com I wish you the best of luck with your GCSE history exams x
Pastel Planner Bundle
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Pastel Planner Bundle

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Receive all SIX pastel Planner Packs at less than £1 each!! Would you like a more beautiful and flexible planner? If the answer is yes, then check out the amazing range of printable planner sheets in my shop. All you have to do is browse the different patterns, colours and styles available, choose your favourites and print off the sheets you need for the coming term. Then use a hole punch and place then in your favourite file or folder. At the moment packs include: • Weekly planner sheet (Mon-Fri) • Daily planner sheet (included are sheets for 3,4,5 and 6 lesson days • Notes page (perfect for meetings or random scribbling) • To Do List (with handy bullet points that you can check off every time you accomplish a task) • 5 – minute lesson plan (perfect to brainstorm ideas and to ensure you have some important bases covered) The planner packs are suitable for teachers and students alike. The pack comes as a PDF so you can print as many of each page as you need. Why not mix and match your pages by purchasing a bundle, it is so much better value and it gives you a wider range of choice – you could use a different pattern or colour for every week of the year. Don’t forget to follow the shop so you can stay up to date as the range of printables and resources grows.
GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Problems: Privy Council (all exam boards)
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GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Problems: Privy Council (all exam boards)

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with. The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: theatre (all exam boards)
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GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: theatre (all exam boards)

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with. The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: class, sport and past-times (all exam boards)
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GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: class, sport and past-times (all exam boards)

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with. The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: poverty (all exam boards)
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GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Elizabethan Society: poverty (all exam boards)

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with. The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
GCSE HISTORY: Sample Assessment Material: Exam Paper THREE (3): Elizabeth I (Edexcel)
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GCSE HISTORY: Sample Assessment Material: Exam Paper THREE (3): Elizabeth I (Edexcel)

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This Early Elizabethan England GCSE exam paper/sample assessment material is suitable for use by both students and teachers. This is exam paper THREE (3) in the series. If you are a student you can use this exam paper to prepare effectively for tests and exams. It will help you become familiar with the layout of the paper and the style of questions you will be asked to complete. It will enable you to practise tricky things like getting your timing right for each type of question – managing your time effectively in the exam is crucial to your overall success. Furthermore you will be able to complete practise papers and hand them to your teacher for feedback about how to improve. If you are a teacher this assessment material can be broken down into end of topic practise questions, set as end of unit tests, or as a mock exam at the end of Year 10 or in Year 11 when your school holds its official mock period. The question stems and layout are in the style of the Pearson Edexcel exam board. This assessment material will support your delivery of the Edexcel GCSE History specification. I find this exam board the best to work with at GCSE and have been using them for the last 13 years. Having said this, if you are a teacher or student, please do your due diligence in terms of reading the sample assessment material provided by Pearson Edexcel. I feel sure you will find these sample exam papers in line with their published material and guidance. If you are happy with this resource please consider saving yourself some money by purchasing bundles – they really do offer a huge discount on buying items individually. For lots of free material and GCSE history support, go to www.gscehistorywithmissbez.com I wish you the best of luck with your GCSE history exams x
Women in Nazi Germany - Mixed Ability/Differentiated
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Women in Nazi Germany - Mixed Ability/Differentiated

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This powerpoint gives students the opportunity to compare how women were treated during the Weimar Republic era of German history, to the changes made during the Nazi regime. It is fully differentiated in a variety of ways. It is set up with old-style letter grades so you can adjust to the new numbers yourself. It is suitable for all exam boards but the practice question at the end is a 12 mark one in the style of Edexcel. It could easily be replaced with one from a different board. This lesson is good to go as it stands or can be developed to last a double lesson or even a sequence of lessons if you introduce a peer assessment element to the main activity. I hope it's really useful and cuts down on your prep time. Please check out my other resources. Thank you.
Education in Nazi Germany - Mixed Ability/Differentiated
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Education in Nazi Germany - Mixed Ability/Differentiated

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This powerpoint is best suited for key stage 3, though with a little tweaking it could easily be suitable for GCSE. The main activity requires some information from textbooks or handouts, if you use GCSE textbooks and journal articles it will be perfect for a higher level. Every slide is differentiated in some way and is therefore suitable for mixed ability teaching. Challenge is built in for the top end. I have left it set up with National Curriculum levels so you can convert them to whichever assessment your school is using instead. Take a look and see for yourself and then check out my other resources in case there's something there that would suit your students. Thank you.
GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Problems: Money/Finance (all exam boards)
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GCSE HISTORY: ELIZABETH I: Problems: Money/Finance (all exam boards)

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint and/or accompanying worksheets. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with! The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too. Click to view my shop. If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.
Teacher Planner Pack - Daily and Weekly Printables to Support Your Planning (Lilac Stripe Theme)
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Teacher Planner Pack - Daily and Weekly Printables to Support Your Planning (Lilac Stripe Theme)

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Would you like a more beautiful and flexible planner? If the answer is yes, then check out the amazing range of printable planner sheets in my shop. All you have to do is browse the different patterns, colours and styles available, choose your favourites and print off the sheets you need for the coming term. Then use a hole punch and place then in your favourite file or folder. At the moment packs include: • Weekly planner sheet (Mon-Fri) • Daily planner sheet (included are sheets for 3,4,5 and 6 lesson days • Notes page (perfect for meetings or random scribbling) • To Do List (with handy bullet points that you can check off every time you accomplish a task) • 5 – minute lesson plan (perfect to brainstorm ideas and to ensure you have some important bases covered) The planner packs are suitable for teachers and students alike. The pack comes as a PDF so you can print as many of each page as you need. Why not mix and match your pages by purchasing a bundle, it is so much better value and it gives you a wider range of choice – you could use a different pattern or colour for every week of the year. Don’t forget to follow the shop so you can stay up to date as the range of printables and resources grows.
Teacher Planner Pack - Daily and Weekly Printables to Support Your Planning (Watercolour Theme)
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Teacher Planner Pack - Daily and Weekly Printables to Support Your Planning (Watercolour Theme)

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Would you like a more beautiful and flexible planner? If the answer is yes, then check out the amazing range of printable planner sheets in my shop. All you have to do is browse the different patterns, colours and styles available, choose your favourites and print off the sheets you need for the coming term. Then use a hole punch and place then in your favourite file or folder. At the moment packs include: • Weekly planner sheet (Mon-Fri) • Daily planner sheet (included are sheets for 3,4,5 and 6 lesson days • Notes page (perfect for meetings or random scribbling) • To Do List (with handy bullet points that you can check off every time you accomplish a task) • 5 – minute lesson plan (perfect to brainstorm ideas and to ensure you have some important bases covered) The planner packs are suitable for teachers and students alike. The pack comes as a PDF so you can print as many of each page as you need. Why not mix and match your pages by purchasing a bundle, it is so much better value and it gives you a wider range of choice – you could use a different pattern or colour for every week of the year. Don’t forget to follow the shop so you can stay up to date as the range of printables and resources grows.
GCSE HISTORY: Elizabeth I: Growth in Exploration (all exam boards)
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GCSE HISTORY: Elizabeth I: Growth in Exploration (all exam boards)

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This is a self-contained lesson for the GCSE history Elizabeth I unit. The resource is suitable for all exam board specifications and includes differentiated objectives, a starter, plenary and core activity(s). Differentiation in built into the activities, but is flexible enough that you can adapt to suit the specific needs of your class. No accompanying textbook is required; everything you need is in the PowerPoint and/or accompanying worksheets. If you are new to teaching or are just looking to save time this PowerPoint is good to go – just make sure you read it through quickly first and get any printing done if necessary. If you are a more experienced professional you will be able to revise and adapt the resource to suit your personal style – nobody will ever know it wasn’t yours to begin with! The PowerPoint can be moulded to suit your specific unit of work and personalised to the needs of your class and your own personal style as a teacher. For a flavour of the style and quality of the resources on offer, please check out the free examples and samples. Don’t forget to check out the other resources available in the Elizabeth I series too. Click to view my shop. If you are really happy with your purchase then please leave some positive feedback, it would be much appreciated.