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I'm an Australian/Scottish teacher of History and English currently based in Scotland. Most of my resources are aimed at the Scottish BGE curriculum at 3rd year level, and the N4/5 History courses which prepare students for progression if undertaking N4 or to pass their exams at N5.

I'm an Australian/Scottish teacher of History and English currently based in Scotland. Most of my resources are aimed at the Scottish BGE curriculum at 3rd year level, and the N4/5 History courses which prepare students for progression if undertaking N4 or to pass their exams at N5.
Apartheid in South Africa Full Unit of Work
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Apartheid in South Africa Full Unit of Work

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This unit of work is aimed at an S3 or Year 9 History class. This program looks at the development of Apartheid in South Africa from early colonial origins, through the changing laws and governments, and finally to the end of Apartheid in 1991-1994. There are also two practice exam style source questions for the Scottish system with scaffolds on how to complete them in order to begin preparing them for their senior courses. The criteria for the assessment are based on the Scottish system, however could be easily adapted. Note: All funds raised by the sale of these resources will be donated towards contributing towards the costs of my upcoming teaching placement in Rwanda in July 2018 alongside IEE Rwanda and GLP Scotland helping to improve educational opportunities and professional development in Rwanda
Aparthied: Origins of Apartheid (Lesson 1)
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Aparthied: Origins of Apartheid (Lesson 1)

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This is the first lesson in a sequence of lessons on Apartheid. It is aimed at S3/Year 9. This lesson looks at the historical origins of Apartheid and encourages students to think about how past events can impact the development of history. Students create a timeline of these events, examine the concept of nationalism, and will then complete a carousel task looking at four key events and their impact on the growth of Boer/Afrikaner nationalism. Students are then asked to consider how this might have then led to the policy of apartheid. Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/
Scotland and the Great War: Casualties and Death (Lesson 5)
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Scotland and the Great War: Casualties and Death (Lesson 5)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on Scottish casualties and death on the Western Front in WWI. While the content is appropriate for experiences of soldiers from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. This lesson examines four key battles of WWI involving Scottish soldiers. Two have a specific Scottish focus - Loos and Arras. Each battle is examined in terms of the purpose of the battle, the casualty statistics of the battle, the main weapons used in the battle and their impact, and the main tactics used in the battle and their impact. There are accompanying images of the battle/those involved, as well as of the memorials that now stand at these sites. National 4 students are to then use their notes to write a newspaper article, while National 5 students will attempt a To What Extent 9 mark exam question.
Apartheid: Ending Apartheid (Lesson 6)
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Apartheid: Ending Apartheid (Lesson 6)

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This is the final lesson in a sequence of lessons on Apartheid. It is aimed at S3/Year 9. In this lesson, students learn about the reasons why apartheid was finally ended in South Africa. Students will then watch the documentary, Miracle Rising South Africa and complete the accompanying question sheet (answer sheet also provided). Following this, students can undertake a final assessment task. This covers all of the content they have learned across the sequence of lessons, however students will need to do further research on the impacts of the end of apartheid (how South Africa has changed since 1994). The task, marking criteria and scaffolds are attached if you choose to use them. It is written with the current Scottish Benchmarks for assessment purposes. Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/
Era of the Great War Topic 1 Workbooks
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Era of the Great War Topic 1 Workbooks

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Digital workbooks to accompany Era of the Great War lessons. These were made using GoogleSlides as my students have 1:1 chromebooks. These powerpoints can be reuploaded to GoogleSlides and used digitally if you have that capability. If not, they can be physical workbooks or used to guide activities.
Scotland and the Great War Full N4/5 Unit of Work
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Scotland and the Great War Full N4/5 Unit of Work

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This Unit of Work is specifically designed for the National 4 and 5 History course in Scotland. It covers all the required topics students must know to be prepared for their exams, and includes regular practice source questions (including timed), scaffolds to help them improve on their responses, and a variety of tasks to help them better their understanding of Scotland and the Great War. Note: All funds raised by the sale of these resources will be donated towards contributing towards the costs of my upcoming teaching placement in Rwanda in July 2018 alongside IEE Rwanda and GLP Scotland helping to improve educational opportunities and professional development in Rwanda
Scotland and the Great War: Technology on the Western Front (Lesson 3)
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Scotland and the Great War: Technology on the Western Front (Lesson 3)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on technology introduced and used on the Western Front in WWI. While the content is appropriate for experiences of soldiers from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. Students will complete a carousel task on the different technologies used and developed in WWI. Students will then complete practice source questions, a storyboard activity and finally a timed exam question for those attempting National 5.
Scotland and the Great War: Recruitment (Lesson 1)
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Scotland and the Great War: Recruitment (Lesson 1)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on recruitment in Scotland in WWI. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. The lesson begins with background information regarding the need for recruitment, and then requires students to take notes on some of the reasons men from Scotland were encouraged to enlist. Following this, National 5 students will complete practice source questions to prepare them for their examinations. Source response structures/marking criteria are included in the PowerPoint to allow for peer marking and detailed explanation of how to gain higher marks. National 4 students will also complete source questions, however these questions can instead be used to gather a portfolio of evidence for their unit assessments, or to help prepare them to take on National 5 in the future. Other tasks include a Pals Battalion comprehension task with questions, and a 'create your own' recruitment advertisement activity for those in National 4 or National 5 students who finish early. While there may appear to be only one activity, they will be revealed through the course of the PowerPoint due to animations and so on!
Scotland and the Great War: Conditions on the Western Front (Lesson 2)
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Scotland and the Great War: Conditions on the Western Front (Lesson 2)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on conditions on the Western Front in WWI. While the content is appropriate for experiences of soldiers from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. This is the second lesson in a unit sequence on Scotland and the Great War. The lesson begins with a starter task on conditions in the trenches using an image to get students thinking about these conditions. Students are then introduced to features of the trench system and trench warfare, before studying four aspects of trench conditions. Students will take notes from information and videos in the PowerPoint. Students will then undertake practice exam source questions including a Describe and a Compare question. Students who finish early have the option to write a letter about the conditions from the perspective of a soldier in the trenches.
Scotland and the Great War: Defence of the Realm (Lesson 6)
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Scotland and the Great War: Defence of the Realm (Lesson 6)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on the Defence of the Realm Act (DORA) in WWI. While the content is appropriate for experiences of soldiers from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. This lesson involves a paired reading and summarising task, before analysing wartime propaganda images regarding some of the aspects of DORA. Following this, there are practice exam source questions.
Extension task sheet 'choose a task'
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Extension task sheet 'choose a task'

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This is a generic and modifiable extension task sheet for students who complete work early. It is designed around Bloom's Taxonomy and is designed to offer a range of choice to students of all abilities if they complete tasks early. It can be applied to most social subjects and English courses.
Scotland and the Great War: Food Shortages and Rationing (Lesson 7)
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Scotland and the Great War: Food Shortages and Rationing (Lesson 7)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on rationing and food shortages in Scotland during WWI. While the content is appropriate for experiences of soldiers from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. Students will take notes on reasons for food shortages and why rationing was introduced - along with other methods used to address the shortages and a timeline of these changes. Activities include examining impacts on local area - change area name to suit! Following this, students have practice exam source questions and a knowledge revision quiz
Scotland and the Great War: Conscientious Objectors (Lesson 8)
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Scotland and the Great War: Conscientious Objectors (Lesson 8)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on Conscientious Objectors during WWI. While the content is appropriate for experiences of soldiers from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. In this lesson, students learn about the introduction of conscription, reserved occupations, and the varying reasons why some men became conscientious objectors. Through three individual case studies, they examine men who objected for political, moral and religious reasons, and students will find out how these men were treated. Students will then complete practice exam style questions, and if they finish early they have other task choices.
Scotland and the Great War: Homes Fit For Heroes (Lesson 12)
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Scotland and the Great War: Homes Fit For Heroes (Lesson 12)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on the Homes fit for Heroes/Addison Act. While the content is appropriate for experiences of people from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. Students learn about the reasons for the Addison Act, its aim, and its successes and failures/weaknesses. National 4 students will then undertake a poster task while National 5 students will complete practice source questions.
Scotland and the Great War: Campaigns for Women's Suffrage (Lesson 11)
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Scotland and the Great War: Campaigns for Women's Suffrage (Lesson 11)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on British suffrage campaigns. While the content is appropriate for experiences of people from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. Students will undertake a comparative study of the actions and impacts of the Suffragettes and Suffragists. Students will compare the strengths and weaknesses of each campaign. Students will learn about the impacts of WWI on the Suffrage campaigns, and the impacts of the campaigns themselves on women gaining the vote in 1918/1928. Students then have practice exam questions to complete.
Scotland and WWI Revision Game
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Scotland and WWI Revision Game

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A revision game that covers all topics required of the National History course in Scotland for the Great War topic. Based on the game 'Deadline', Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/
Scotland and the Great War - full N4/N5 course
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Scotland and the Great War - full N4/N5 course

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This document is the full unit of work which accompanies the Scotland and the Great War resources also sold through my account. It provides more detailed instructions on how to use these lessons, and the differentiation between N4 and N5. It ties in with Bloom's Taxonomy and the N4/5 Outcomes. Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/
Scotland and the Great War: Changing Role of Women (Lesson 10)
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Scotland and the Great War: Changing Role of Women (Lesson 10)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on the changing role of women at the start of the 20th Century. While the content is appropriate for experiences of people from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system and experience. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. The lesson looks at the expected roles of women before WWI, and how WWI helped to change this through the new jobs and roles in society they took on. Students will also complete practice source questions, and if they finish early they have a range of tasks to choose from.
To What Extent How To
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To What Extent How To

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A lesson teaching the To What Extent structure for National 4/5 History. Can be edited to be appropriate for How Important. Accompanied by digital workbook which is a separate PowerPoint (I use with GoogleSlides as our students have 1:1 chromebooks. PowerPoint can be adapted to be a physical workbook or used to guide activities)
Scotland and the Great War: Tactics and Training (Lesson 4)
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Scotland and the Great War: Tactics and Training (Lesson 4)

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Note: All funds raised from proceeds of these resource sales will be going towards covering costs of my placement with GLP Scotland in summer 2018 where I will be travelling to Rwanda to work alongside Rwandan educators to improve educational opportunities in Rwanda! To learn more visit: https://glpscotland.org.uk/rwanda/ This is a Scottish National 4/5 History lesson on tactics and training used on the Western Front in WWI. While the content is appropriate for experiences of soldiers from across Britain, some activities are tailored towards the Scottish examination system. As I operate a mixed class, there are activities designed for both National 4 and National 5 included within the lesson. Students learn about the tactics and training methods Scottish (and British) troops experienced during WWI. Students study a set of tactics and consider their strengths and weaknesses. Following this there are practice exam source questions with basic marking criteria included so students can peer mark if desired.