Why did William win the Battle of Hastings?

Why did William win the Battle of Hastings?

This is a key stage 3 lesson on why William was able to win the Battle of Hastings. There are different tasks including a game to test the pupils knowledge and understanding. There is an example exam style question on the end the lesson.
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Gunpowder Plot Resource Bundle

Gunpowder Plot Resource Bundle

Bundle of resources which can be used as starters or plenaries to test pupils knowledge and understanding of the Gunpowder Plot.
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Prohibition America in 1920's GCSE

Prohibition America in 1920's GCSE

A lesson which looks at the Volstead Act and the effects it had in the USA. The lesson has a set of cards which can be put into different categories and used as evidence to answer the exam question at the end. Starter task relates to current affairs and the possibility of banning alcohol in Britain.
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Gunpowder Plot 15 Questions quiz

Gunpowder Plot 15 Questions quiz

Multiple choice quiz with fifteen questions relating to the events of the Gunpowder Plot. It is on a rolling timer so each question will automatically appear. Is great to use as a starter or plenary to check pupils knowledge and understanding of this famous event.
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15 Question History Quizzes

15 Question History Quizzes

3 fifteen questions quizzes which can be used as starters or plenaries to check pupils knowledge and understanding of certain subjects. Its multiple choice to give pupils some help.
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6 Figure Grid References - Maps

6 Figure Grid References - Maps

lesson recaps 4 fig grid references and teaches pupils how to find 6 fig gride references. Lots of activites finishing off with link to quiz in the plenary.
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Ku Klux Klan

Ku Klux Klan

Lesson on the Ku Klux Klan and Jim Crow Laws. It has lots of activities including engaging starter. There are videos hyperlinked to support the pupils understanding. Plus there is an example exam question on the end of the presentation.
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Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper

This lesson investigates the possible identity of Jack the Ripper. The pupils will look over the evidence and start to collate data to come up with a possible suspect. Pupils from this data can then try to draw a photo fit picture of Jack the Ripper. Very fun lesson which pupils found very interesting.
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Gunpowder Plot Jeopardy Game

Gunpowder Plot Jeopardy Game

This game helps to recap the main people/events of the Gunpowder Plot. It makes the pupils think of questions to certain answers, which is a much harder skill than normal quizzes. Helps with key knowledge and understanding.
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KWL chart on the Gunpowder Plot

KWL chart on the Gunpowder Plot

To recap prior knowledge, then think of discussion points and finally a plenary on what they have learned from the lesson. Can be used as a tool to consolidate during the lesson.
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Thomas Becket Murder Mystery

Thomas Becket Murder Mystery

This lesson on Thomas Becket was produced for an observation which was rated as outstanding. Lesson is differentiated by resource and includes a lesson plan as well.
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Introduction to the English Civil War

Introduction to the English Civil War

This lesson could be used as an introduction to the English Civil war. It has tasks and video clips hyperlinked and looks at categorising the causes.
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Trade Triangle

Trade Triangle

This lesson covers in detail the Trade Triangle. There are lots of activities looking at what happened and the consequences for those involved in this Trade Triangle.
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British Empire

British Empire

Power point looking at British Empire. Included are tasks with a videos hyperlinked to pictures of the empire and the lion.
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