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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!
Titanic
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Titanic

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An introduction/first lesson to the Titanic for KS3 Secondary students. I have delivered this lesson to both Year 7 and Year 8 History students. The lesson looks firstly at prior knowledge then a literacy comprehension tasks to pull out out facts about the Titanic and gain a broad understanding about why the Titanic is so infamous. Students then look at data showing the different social classes aboard the Titanic and the mortality rates of the passengers. Students use cross-curricular skills and produce a graph showing this data and then using closed questioning for direction students explain the patterns they notice between mortality rates and class of passenger/sex and age of passengers. Additional keypad conundrum game included at the end of the powerpoint.
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!
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 :)
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.
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!
The Middle Passage
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The Middle Passage

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This lesson is my 4th in my Slavery scheme of work. This is the first out of 2 lessons on the Middle Passage and is focused around source comparisons in the style of the new 4 mark question for the new 9-1 AQA specification and supports students in looking into the Time, Author, Purpose, Place of a source and how this impacts the interpretation of the 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 and the source activities alone will suffice and easily fit into a 1 hour lesson. If purchased - please review!
Origins of the Cold War
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Origins of the Cold War

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This lesson looks at the origins of the Cold war and compares the opposing ideologies of capitalism vs communism. As always new AQA exam technique (4 mark source comparison question) is included.
Castles Assessment
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Castles Assessment

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This assessment draws conclusion to the Year 7 topic of castles. The assessment is interpretations based (new AQA spec) and wholly GCSE style questions. This resource includes the student question booklet/materials and support materials are included as well as the mark scheme (which can be customised if necessary to suit your schools flightpath models). Please review if downloaded! I hope this is helpful for you in your lessons!
The end of WW1
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The end of WW1

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This resource is a group activity. Students are engaged in a race against time and other groups to retrieve the information as to how and why the First World War ended in 1918. Students will identify events and turning points that resulted in Victory for Britain, France and the USA (and Italy!). Lesson includes exam technique (AQA 4 mark question) to consolidate learning. All lesson resources included. Resource provided in both PPT (answers at the bottom of each card) and PDF format. Thankyou for downloading this resource - please review!
Weapons of WW1
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Weapons of WW1

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This lesson explores 8 different types of weaponry used by soldiers/armies during WW1. Students will discover how each was weapon was used and, explore the pros and cons of each and make justified conclusions of the effectiveness of these weapons. The lesson also allows student the opportunity to practice exam style PEEL paragraphs as well as looking at the Time, Author, Purpose, Place of sources as per the new exam spec (AQA). There is more than enough content in this pack to cover more than one lessons and resources can easily be adapted to make simpler for lower ability students. All worksheet/additional student materials are on the second resource ppt and also on hidden slides in the master ppt.
Pals Battalions
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Pals Battalions

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This resource looks at the concept of Pals Battalions (locally in Barnsley but can easily be adapted to other Pals Batallions). It looks at the reasons men were convinced to sign up to the war through Pals Battalions and the attraction/ pit falls of these battalions. Activities include: Settling activity, link to previous lesson (propaganda), Media from National Archives, Scaffolded exam technique and extension tasks. Resources are hidden slides at the bottom of the Powerpoint.
Propaganda and Recruitment in WW1
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Propaganda and Recruitment in WW1

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Included within this resource is 2x consecutive lessons looking at recruitment and propaganda aimed at KS3 students studying World War one. The content however is good for students studying this topic at GCSE. Source analysis of recruitment posters, extended writing practice and exam style questions make up the tasks in this pack. Resources are included in hidden slides at the end of the ppt as well as in separate documents.
Edward the Confessor
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Edward the Confessor

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A fun lesson on Edward the confessor that will get students engaged and up and off their feet! This lesson is designed to be taught in advance of the 3 contenders/Battle of Hastings lessons. Blockbuster game included as well as differentiated worksheets. This lesson has proved popular in the past with over 1000 downloads when offered for free for 12 months.
Medieval games and activities
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Medieval games and activities

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I made this for a quick fix to fill a lesson at the end of term. Included is a word search/crossword and poster/leaflet activity comprising of Medieval England studied so far by my Y7 groups.
Slave Auction
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Slave Auction

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This lesson is the first of 2 detailing slave auctions. It makes links to human rights laws today and it practices skills of source inference and empathy. To access this lesson to its fullest extent Roots Slave auction is best to be watched. It is better to watch the fuller thing on DVD but below is a quick Youtube link to the auction. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldszVJNpNKA
Isolationism and economic boom US 1920s AQA revision
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Isolationism and economic boom US 1920s AQA revision

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This ppt (and the attached resources) provide an overview of isolationism and causes of the economic boom in the USA. It affords students the opportunity to practice a 6 mark question on the causes of the economic boom. A student worksheet is provided at the bottom of the ppt for students to make notes on whilst revising if they wish.
Life in Medieval England Y7 - AQA Exam technique
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Life in Medieval England Y7 - AQA Exam technique

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This lesson covers life in Medieval England. It gets students to consider how life could be viewed as both healthy and unhealthy in medieval England. Students initially search for features within a ‘wheres wally style activity’. Students then plot on a living graph using statements to guide them in pairs. Finally students begin to learn how to address the new AQA 12 mark style question.
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!
Nazi Soviet Pact
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Nazi Soviet Pact

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This lesson is made for old AQA Spec but can easily be amended for any exam board as it is heavily focused on content. It covers Hitlers FP so far and the reasons why Hitler & Stalin wanted the Nazi Soviet Pact.
The Second New Deal and the success of the new deal (AQA NEW SPEC)
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The Second New Deal and the success of the new deal (AQA NEW SPEC)

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This lesson is designed for AQA NEW SPEC USA. The lesson provides a 12 mark homework question based on the lesson content. The lesson firstly covers the second new deal - information slides have been provided if you wish to split the lesson into 2 and remove the information from the SWaT sheet for students to obtain themselves. Students organise and prioritise reasons why the ND can be seen as both a success and failure in preparation for their homework. As always - the lesson has been produced to the highest standard. Please review if purchased. Thankyou