This resource provides key information for the historic environment topic for AQA GCSE History - Elizabethan England. It covers key words, key events and a profile of William Cecil (Lord Burghley). A great way to help pupils revise and remember the key information and unlock the key words required to understand this unit.
An overview sheet which gives pupils clear guidance and support on how to tackle EdExcel GCSE History Germany Paper 3. It includes top tips for exam questions, advice, example paragraphs and useful phrases.
A resource which focuses on key writing and language techniques that are used in poetry and some key advice to support students in writing about poetry. The resource is aiming at Key Stage 3 students but could also be used to support Key Stage 4 students.
A punctuation mat which can be printed A3 size which focuses on the different types of punctuation, when it should be used and some concrete examples. This is a useful resource for helping students to think about using a wider range of punctuation in their writing.
This assembly focuses on aspirations and the idea of growth. In this assembly you share a story from your own life where you have had to show and demonstrate resilience. You then share some stories about other successful people showing that they have all experienced setbacks and have had to show resilience. You then use it to focus on the importance of resilience and setbacks in achieving success in life and that success is down to hard work and delibrate practice. You link this in with pupil aspirations to inspire them to work hard and realise that things going wrong, feeling worried about things and experiencing failure is a normal part of life and a normal part of the learning experience.
For US Politics. A top trumps game featuring 24 American Presidents. Feel free to change any of the scores. Helps pupils to think about the relative achievemens, fame and significance of US Presidents and an engaging introduction to American Politics.
This interesting and engaging lesson gets pupils to research the worst jobs during the Industrial Revolution. Inspired by the popular TV series starring Tony Robinson, the ‘Worst Jobs in History’, the lesson enables pupils to uncover and find out about all the worst jobs during the Industrial Revolution and make a judgement as to which ones have been the worst. Yuck!
Ideal for remote learning and home learning this Germany 1919-1939 Revision Work Booklet includes key information, timelines and a focus on key indidivuals. It has built in retrieval style activities which will help pupils to remember and revise key information.
A power point with over 20 key individuals covered to revise the key personalities and individuals on the Anglo-Saxon and Norman England GCSE EdExcel course. Pupils often get confused about the range of individuals so this should really help them revise.