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This compendium is filled with ready to go lessons to help fellow teachers through their various shifts at the educational coal face!

This compendium is filled with ready to go lessons to help fellow teachers through their various shifts at the educational coal face!
Interpretations of World War One
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Interpretations of World War One

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This presentation can be used as a source activity with students in order to allow them to explore why and how views of the First World War changed through the 20th Century.
Historical interpretations introduction
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Historical interpretations introduction

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This lesson uses cartoon characters to introduce students to how we interpret people in the past. The aim of using fictional characters is to free students from the `baggage` of not feeling that they `know` enough about a topic to reach a judgement. The lesson encourages students to debate over the usefulness and reliability of people as witness testimony.
USA and WW1
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USA and WW1

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Both powerpoint presentations examine the entry of the USA into WW1 and the impact of the war on America
Margaret Thatcher
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Margaret Thatcher

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These two lessons are designed to allow KS3 students to evaluate the premiership of Margaret Thatcher.
Evaluation of Dunkirk
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Evaluation of Dunkirk

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This lesson uses primary evidence to allow students the opportunity to examine the events surrounding the evacuation of Dunkirk.
USA 1929-2000 exam preparation
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USA 1929-2000 exam preparation

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comprehensive revision and exam preparation for the teaching and/or revision of the outline paper (various exam boards) for the United States 1929-2000.
AfL traffic light cards
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AfL traffic light cards

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Worksheet is designed to act as a non-verbal communication tool in IB MYP Individuals and societies or Key Stage 3, though this can be adapted to suit any subject. Students fold the sheet according to their own assessment of their own learning, so for example if they are stuck they turn it red, having some difficulty turn it to yellow and so on. When not being used in this way, the sheet can be turned over and used as a learning mat. This is aimed at enhancing non-verbal communication in the classroom between student and teacher.
Genghis Khan and Henry VIII
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Genghis Khan and Henry VIII

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In the first powerpoint, students assess the reputation of Genghis Khan. The second powerpoint uses a tablecloth format to help review King Henry VIII and the causes of the reformation.