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Mrs Hopes History

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Hi there, I am a head of History based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. My strengths and passion are in teaching and learning and making my lessons as engaging as possible as it is this which I believe to be the most effective behaviour management strategy and the key to helping students achieve excellent results and become engaged and excited about history and my lessons. I am set to teach the new AQA SOW Health and the people/ problems between east and west/ Elizabeth I/USA! Watch this space!

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Hi there, I am a head of History based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. My strengths and passion are in teaching and learning and making my lessons as engaging as possible as it is this which I believe to be the most effective behaviour management strategy and the key to helping students achieve excellent results and become engaged and excited about history and my lessons. I am set to teach the new AQA SOW Health and the people/ problems between east and west/ Elizabeth I/USA! Watch this space!
Quiz - History picture quiz
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Quiz - History picture quiz

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A picture quiz of 14 famous historical faces. Designed for students to be in groups of no more than 4 students. Full answer sheet is included. Please leave a review if purchased! Thankyou :)
Slavery Lesson 2: Triangular Trade
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Slavery Lesson 2: Triangular Trade

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A well presented lesson on the triangular trade route. Students are engaged through detailed, well presented resources. Students find an engaging way to learn about the triangular trade route through memory mapping. Resources are provided in addition to physically model the trade route for students. Students then demonstrate their learning by answering a 4 mark style question. Students look at the positives and negatives of trade routes. You say we pay plenary game reflecting on images used in the triangular trade route.
The Feudal System
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The Feudal System

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This lesson looks at how William the Conqueror tried to maintain control of England following his 1066 invasion by introducing and implementing the Feudal System. The lesson looks at what a feudal system was/is and compares it in the modern day context. Students create their own fuedal system and a create piece of homework is set to allow students the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge Same style as all my previous lessons with high quality presentation and resources to ensure maximum student engagement.
Who didn't benefit from the boom? 9-1
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Who didn't benefit from the boom? 9-1

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The attached resources details a lesson on the problems for other industries/people who suffered (i.e. coal, shipbuilding, african americans) in the USA in the 1920s. Exam practice on both 4 & 8 mark questions included. Information sheet also contains a LAP version. Lesson resources hidden on slides on the main powerpoint. Lesson is designed for the new AQA (2016 start) SOW. USA 1920 - 73.
Slavery Middle Passage lesson 2
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Slavery Middle Passage lesson 2

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This lesson is aimed at Y8 studying slavery. It is the second lesson I have planned on the Middle Passage as the students really get into this area of the topic. The lesson incorporates a storyboard, audio clip for analysis and some source analysis on the middle passage. All resources are included and ppt is created to a high standard of detail and presentation to maximise on student engagement. Please review!
Why did William win?
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Why did William win?

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This lesson is designed to look at the aftermath of the Battle of Hastings and explore the reasons why William of Normandy won at the Battle of Hastings. Again lessons have been differentiated to suit mixed ability and differentiated resources are incorporated within the pack.
Christmas Quiz 2018
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Christmas Quiz 2018

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Xmas Quiz - Christmas 2018 Interactive Christmas / End of Term Quiz aimed at secondary students. Designed for the whole school. I love doing these quizzes every year with my form group and my classes. Note to Tes - All images are used under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA.20, attributed where required. Images have been sourced from google images which are license free and free to use even commercially. Video clips have been embedded via a YouTube Clip and not ripped. The resource comes with full Quiz question ppt, Full Quiz answer ppt and double sided answer sheet for students to write on. I have also added in a full completed answer sheet for peer marking if required. There are 7 rounds in the quiz and it is easily customisable to complete in any order you wish. I sometimes take out a round or 2 and pick my favourites if students need extra time on other rounds. Round 1: General Knowledge Round 2: Christmas Adverts Round 3: News Round 4: Celebrity Mash-Up Round 5: Keypad Conundrums Round 6: Xmas Song intros Round 7: (BONUS ROUND) Christmas Dingbats (Also sold separately) Raising money to pay for my wedding so if you purchase and enjoy please review! FREE PICTURE QUIZ RESOURCE FOR EVERY REVIEW LEFT, please leave your email address and the name of your picture quiz of choice and I will send this across to you.
Jack the Ripper
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Jack the Ripper

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Enclosed in the bundle is a Jack the Ripper mini scheme of work (4 lessons). Next year I am intending to enhance this and make it into 6 lessons (jacks letters & source skills). Exam technique practiced is for the new spec (9 - 1) GCSE, AQA Paper 1 style questions. Lessons include the following: Lesson 1 - Introduction/Keywords/Literacy focus Lesson 2: Victim profiles Lesson 3: Suspects & exam technique 12 mark Lesson 4: Why couldn't JTR be caught & exam technique 8 mark All resources are produced to a high quality and attention to detail has been paid. Lessons follow the 4 part structure and follows the same consistency as my other lessons using familiar icons etc. Audio clips, video links etc are all embedded. This is designed and has been taught to both Y7 &8 and has been their favorite lessons all year!
The Middle Passage
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The Middle Passage

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This lesson is the 4th lesson in my Slavery scheme of work. This Middle Passage lessons looks firstly at the journey and experience of slaves through the middle passage via the medium of a storyboard. Using a pack of resources, students then to consider in groups the Time/Author/Purpose/Place of each source. Like in all my Slavery lessons - I show students a clip from ROOTs for them to visualise the Middle Passage - however this is not an essential part of the lesson! If purchased - please review!
Why was the an economic boom in the USA in the 1920s AQA
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Why was the an economic boom in the USA in the 1920s AQA

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This resource has been created for the new AQA Spec. Paper 1: Section A: Period Study: America, 1920-73. The lesson is designed to be taught over 2 hours. This lesson covers the economic boom and looks at the main causes, exploring how and why the 1920s in the USA was considered a period of prosperity. The lesson covers exam technique for 8 & 12 marks with mark schemes and peer assessment. This lesson provides both HAP & LAP information resources. Fantastically produced, detailed resources. Links to videos to watch and Teacher Notes included.
GCSE 9-1 AQA PAPER 1D  USA
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GCSE 9-1 AQA PAPER 1D USA

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This bundle incorporates History lessons for the new spec AQA Paper 1D 20 Lessons in total covering from 1919 economic boom to the 1930s US depression valued at over £55 if bought individually. Save over 50% of the cost by buying in bulk!
Elizabeth I Portrait lesson
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Elizabeth I Portrait lesson

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This lesson looks at who Elizabeth I was and the ways in which she wanted herself to be viewed by her public. Students get to decode hidden messages in Elizabethan portraits. As always the lesson is presented in an excellent way and designed for maximum student engagement.
The problems of William in 1066.
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The problems of William in 1066.

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This lesson is the first in my SOW following William of Normandy’s ascension to the English throne in 1066. The lesson focuses heavily on Williams problems now that he is a foreign ruler in England in 1066 having conquered its people by force. It looks at the problems William may face and gets students to consider their solutions. Students then demonstrate their learning by practicing a 4 mark describe question (New AQA exam technique) Peer assessment can easily be incorporated for efficient marking. Resources are included on an additional ppt slide. Please review!
Who were the British?
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Who were the British?

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This resource is designed as an introductory lesson to life in 1066 (prior to your hastings lessons) to help Y7 students understand the differences between medieval england and england today. There is a literacy focus to the lesson and a differentiated worksheet is attached. A must have if following my Y7 SOW.
Harold Godwinsons Problems in 1066 (Lesson 6)
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Harold Godwinsons Problems in 1066 (Lesson 6)

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Lesson 6 in my SOW This is a good lesson to help students understand further the problems posed for Harold Godwinson once he made himself king of England following the death of Edward the confessor. Resources include a LAP version and the lessons has differentiated tasks aimed at students benchmark grades.
Christmas Quiz - 2018
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Christmas Quiz - 2018

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A Christmas Quiz for 2018 designed for the whole school students in KS3/KS4/KS5 however top end of KS2 would be able to access all rounds. I love doing these xmas quizzes every year with my form group and my classes. Leave a review for this quiz and pick any resource from any of these stores, up to the value of £3, for free! (drop us an email with the one you’d like - tarahope663@gmail.com) There are 7 rounds in the quiz and it is easily customisable to complete in any order you wish. I sometimes take out a round or 2 and pick my favourites if students need extra time on other rounds. Round 1: General Knowledge (multiple choice) Round 2: Christmas Adverts Round 3: News (multiple choice) Round 4: Celebrity Mash-Up Round 5: Keypad Conundrums Round 6: Xmas Song intros Round 7: (BONUS ROUND) Christmas Dingbats (Also sold separately) The quiz comes with full Quiz question ppt, Full Quiz answer ppt and double sided answer sheet for students to write on and a completed answer sheet also for ease of peer marking if required. Raising money to pay for my wedding so if you purchase and enjoy please review!
Year 7 1066 BULK x6 lessons.
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Year 7 1066 BULK x6 lessons.

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The first 6 lessons on the 1066 Hastings SOW. 1) Keywords 2) Who were the British? 3) Life in 1066. 4) Edward the Confessor. 5) 3 Contenders to the throne in 1066. 6) King Harold Godwinsons' problems. Please note these are all sold individually in my shop but are reduced for bulk purchase. This is 3 weeks worth of lessons! Save yourself some work. As per usual all resources produced to an outstanding quality.
How to spot a witch
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How to spot a witch

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This lesson has been devised for the purpose of giving the new Y6's on transition week a taste of the model and structure of history lessons. There is plenty emphasis on engagement and routine. AFL activities are incorporated into the lesson as are carousel activities, people bingo, sound clips and video links for engaging starters. Resources are included at the bottom of the powerpoint and a set of teacher instructions are also included at the top. Also the instructions & resources for creating your witch tabards are included. The lesson follows the 4 part lesson strategy and incorporates familiar icons used on all my lessons which I have embedded within all department lessons. Students engage in the lessons much more as they appear tidier, more fun and engaging.
Collapse of Czechoslovakia 1938 AQA Paper 1 (Old Spec)
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Collapse of Czechoslovakia 1938 AQA Paper 1 (Old Spec)

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This lesson is designed for my current Y11 students starting AQA Paper 1 (Old Spec). It covers the content to the event through a detailed piece of writing which students work on independently at first. Students then use the resources to complete the table explaining how each event made WW2 more likely in preparation to answer a 10 mark question. Students then answer a 10 mark question using their tables and previous experience to guide them. A plan is provided on a word doc to help structure their answer. Finally students make a judgment on whether or not the collapse of Czech was inevitable following the Munich Agreement linking their ideas about appeasement. Please review!