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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!
USA Civil Rights source based exam

USA Civil Rights source based exam

This resource is a ready to use, source based assessment on the build up to the USA Civil Rights movement. It also has a feedback sheet and markscheme for post-assessment feedback.
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Primary sources for U.S Civil rights (education)

Primary sources for U.S Civil rights (education)

This presentation has easy to use primary sources to do with Brown vs Board of Education and Little Rock that can be printed off and used for lesson activities or presented via the powerpoint to act a focal point for class discussion.
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Steps towards the Holocaust

Steps towards the Holocaust

This powerpoint and photos will help teachers to introduce the types of persecution the Nazi carried out and link these to the steps towards the Holocaust.
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Mao and the Cultural Revolution

Mao and the Cultural Revolution

This resource is aimed at either GCSE or A-Level history, and enables students through differentiated worksheets to read and analyse a leading historians views about Maos creation and control of the Cultural Revolution. It also provides an opportunity for students to evaluate the historian`s use of language in terms of building an argument and putting forward historical assertions.
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Peasants` revolt role play

Peasants` revolt role play

This lesson looks at the background to the revolt and through a role play allows students to explore possible reasons and solutions for the revolt.
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Evaluation of Dunkirk

Evaluation of Dunkirk

This lesson uses primary evidence to allow students the opportunity to examine the events surrounding the evacuation of Dunkirk.
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Historical interpretations introduction

Historical interpretations introduction

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.
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USA and WW1

USA and WW1

Both powerpoint presentations examine the entry of the USA into WW1 and the impact of the war on America
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Sustainable development

Sustainable development

This lesson is centred around students creating Theory of Knowledge style questions based around the economic issues linked to sustainable development and its global impact
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Witches board game

Witches board game

This lesson allows students to evaluate their knowledge of witches by creating their own board games, which then other students will play and evaluate.
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Interpretations of General Haig

Interpretations of General Haig

This lesson uses primary evidence to allow students to explore the background of Douglas Haig in order to develop and clearer picture of the person behind the myth.
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Cromwell interpretations

Cromwell interpretations

This lesson allows through evidence sheets, the chance for students to form an opinion as to how Cromwell`s career should be interpreted.
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