AQA A Level 1C: Tudor England 1485-1603 Key Word Hexagons

AQA A Level 1C: Tudor England 1485-1603 Key Word Hexagons

This is an activity aimed at enabling A Level students to draw links between topics and concepts for A2 History. Pupils have used these key words as flashcards; to categorise terms and events; to help organise knowledge in essay planning; and to draw synoptic links across the topic for the breadth study.
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AQA History: 1C Tudors Revision

AQA History: 1C Tudors Revision

This bundle contains seven powerpoints with notes and information highlighting some of the key areas of the A Level specification. The bundle also includes key word hexagons for linking between topics and encouraging students to use key terminology in their answers. Many of the lessons include extracts questions or essay questions.
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Conflict and Tension in Asia: Why did people support the Vietcong?

Conflict and Tension in Asia: Why did people support the Vietcong?

The second lesson for part two of the AQA Conflict and Tension in Asia 1950-75. The lesson looks at why people supported the Vietcong - dealing with Diem's unpopularity, the nature of the Vietcong, their aims and the methods they used. The lesson is designed to be teacher led and to question and get students to think about the information that they are learning. GCSE write an account question included, with a writing frame to support students.
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AQA A Level History 1C: Religious Policy 1485-1603

AQA A Level History 1C: Religious Policy 1485-1603

This covers the key points of religious developments over the whole of the A Level Tudors topic. Students evaluate an interpretation before recapping the key points of the course. This also includes a 30 mark interpretation question.
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AQA A Level Tudors: Economics and Trade

AQA A Level Tudors: Economics and Trade

This is a summary of the developments from 1485-1603 in regards to Tudor Trade and Economic policy. This lesson also includes an initial extract to evaluate and a 25 mark essay question for students to complete.
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USA 1929-73 Revision Timeline

USA 1929-73 Revision Timeline

This is an activity to allow students to recap the key events from 1920-1973 for AQA GCSE. Students complete a timeline and are to colour code different events depending on which category they fit into.
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How significant was appeasement in causing World War Two?

How significant was appeasement in causing World War Two?

This lesson looks at the policy of appeasement and why Chamberlain was willing to negotiate with Hitler. This lesson looks at why people had different views on appeasement, including Churchill. Students then tackle an AQA GCSE style interpretation question based on Churchill's views on appeasement. The lesson includes two different writing frames, a worksheet and the main lesson powerpoint.
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Tudor Relations with the Hapsburgs (1485-1603)

Tudor Relations with the Hapsburgs (1485-1603)

This lesson is an overview of Anglo-Hapsburg relations from 1485-1603 looking at the changes to foreign relations with the Hapsburgs throughout the period. This was used to review and recap the period for revision with my AQA 1C Tudor England group. This lesson also contains a 30 mark interpretations question that I set as an in class test for the group, plus an interpretation as a starter activity.
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AQA GCSE History 9-1 Paper 1 Interpretations Writing Frames

AQA GCSE History 9-1 Paper 1 Interpretations Writing Frames

This bundle contains generic writing frames for written extracts for the new AQA GCSE Paper 1 interpretations questions. These match the current guidelines from AQA for: -America 1840-1895: Expansion and Consolidation -Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and Dictatorship -Russia 1894-1945: Tsardom and Communism -America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality
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America 1920-1973 Key Word Hexagons

America 1920-1973 Key Word Hexagons

This is an activity aimed at enabling GCSE students to draw links between topics. Pupils have used these key words as flashcards to test comprehension and understanding; to categorise terms and events; to help organise knowledge in essay planning; and to draw links across the topic to show the relationships between events and factors.
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Tudor Government 1485-1603 - Revision

Tudor Government 1485-1603 - Revision

This lesson is an overview of Tudor Government from 1485-1603 looking at the privy council, ministers, regional government, regional government and local government under the Tudors. This was used to review and recap the period for revision with my AQA 1C Tudor England group. This lesson also contains a 25 mark knowledge essay that I set as a homework for the group. , plus an interpretation as a starter activity.
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USA 1919-1945 Revision Booklet

USA 1919-1945 Revision Booklet

This is a revision booklet for OCR Modern Worlds covering the USA from 1919-1945. This is aimed at a wide-range of abilities, enabling students to bring together key words and important information in an accessible booklet. The booklet includes: a list of key questions that they should be able to answer, as outlined by the exam specification; consolidation questions so students can organise their revision notes; timeline activities and sources to evaluate. Students are encouraged to look at the message, content and context of a source through completing a grid activity which has improved students' source work. There are also OCR B style essay questions for student to practice, complete with space for structured planning (including prompts on making a judgment which enables them to access the highest marks). I have been using this to help Y11 revise for their mocks and their upcoming exams.
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OCR Modern Worlds Revision Bundle

OCR Modern Worlds Revision Bundle

This is a bundle of revision booklets for OCR Modern Worlds covering the Cold War from 1945-79, USA 1919-45 and Post-War Britain. This is aimed at a wide-range of abilities, enabling students to bring together key words and important information in an accessible booklet. The booklet includes: a list of key questions that they sould be able to answer, as outlined by the exam specification; consolidation questions so students can organise their revision notes; timeline activities and sources to evaluate. Students are encouraged to look at the message, content and context of a source trhough completing a grid activity which has improved students' source work. There are also OCR B style essay questions for student to practice, complete with space for structured planning (including prompts on making a judgement which enables them to access the highest marks). I have been using this to help Y11 revise for their mocks and their upcoming exams.
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How did WW1 help women get the vote?

How did WW1 help women get the vote?

This is a lesson based on studying photographic evidence to discover the range of jobs performed by women during WW1; students are encouraged to evaluate what impact these occupations may have had on how women were viewed in the UK and the impact this could have on voting. Students then complete a question in line with the AQA 9-1 Specification, "In what ways were the lives of women affected by WW1?". This lesson includes the source, lesson ppt, table and writing frame.
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A2 Elizabethan  Government

A2 Elizabethan Government

This lesson covers the key elements of Elizabethan government from 1558-1603 in line with the AQA specification. Students develop their understanding of privy council, local government, parliament and key ministers. There is also a 30 mark interpretation essay looking at the nature of the privy council.
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Tudor Key Figures 1485-1603 Revision

Tudor Key Figures 1485-1603 Revision

This lesson is an overview of Tudor Government from 1485-1603 looking at the key ministers from the reigns of Henry VII to Elizabeth I. This was used to review and recap the period for revision with my AQA 1C Tudor England group. This lesson also contains a 30 mark interpretation question that was sat the next lesson in timed conditions.
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Tudor relations with France 1485-1603

Tudor relations with France 1485-1603

This lesson is an overview of Anglo-French relations from 1485-1603 looking at the changes to foreign relations with France throughout the period. This was used to review and recap the period for revision with my AQA 1C Tudor England group. This lesson also contains a 25 mark knowledge essay that I set as a homework for the group, plus an interpretation as a starter activity.
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Was the Somme a success or failure?

Was the Somme a success or failure?

This lesson looks at five different interpretations of the Battle of the Somme and enables students to develop their interpretation skills in line with the AQA 9-1 History specification. Pupils develop their knowledge of the Battle through a true or false activity before looking at differing views of the Battle, considering the content and the reliability of views. Students then complete a GCSE style question "Which interpretation is most convincing?". There is a writing frame to help lower ability students.
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