The Origins of the Second World War
Worksheet to accompany the Sound of Music, in learning about the utility of the film for an enquiry into the Anschluss in 1938.
The worksheet can be used while students watch the film to assess how 'convincing' the film is for a historian learning about the Anschluss. This fits into the new AQA exam specification, but can be used and adapted to meet all teaching and learning needs.
Full lesson (including resources) on the Pendle Witches. The lesson is aims to prepare students for the narrative (write an account) question at GCSE. Resources included:
Differentiated Card Sorts
Competitive based revision tool for A-Level Mao's China.
Students write knowledge based questions in each of the provinces.
They then swap and aim to race from east to west, answering the questions and shading in as they go.
Inspo from @MrThontonTeach
A whole lesson on Castles under the control of William I. Including a PowerPoint, differentiated worksheets and all accompanying resources. The lesson requires access to PlayDoh but can be adapted to teach without.
A worksheet to accompany students when watching the 'The Pianist'. The objective is for students to evaluate how useful the film is in learning about Ghetto's during the Holocaust. It focuses on the word 'convincing' which is key word used in the new AQA GCSE specification.
Worksheet and PPT to accompany the film War Horse. Students fill in the boxes as they watch. The lesson will finish by students analysing utility of the content and provenance of film in a written answer.