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I'm an experienced history teacher, educated at the University of Sussex, who has worked in two 'outstanding' inner city London schools. I am currently head of history at a large school in East London. I am particularly knowledgeable in both AQA spec B and Edexcel Spec B. I try to focus on lessons which are both knowledge and skills based and incorporate a wide variety of teaching and learning strategies; particularly independent learning.

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I'm an experienced history teacher, educated at the University of Sussex, who has worked in two 'outstanding' inner city London schools. I am currently head of history at a large school in East London. I am particularly knowledgeable in both AQA spec B and Edexcel Spec B. I try to focus on lessons which are both knowledge and skills based and incorporate a wide variety of teaching and learning strategies; particularly independent learning.
Was Chamberlain right to appease Hitler?
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Was Chamberlain right to appease Hitler?

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This lesson introduces the idea of appeasement to students. There are various activities in the power point which will enables students to evaluate whether they agree with Chamberlain's policy of appeasement or not.
Dictatorship Vs Democracy
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Dictatorship Vs Democracy

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This activity enables students to understand the concept of a dictatorship, by planning how they would control people in their own dictatorship. It allows students to grasp the importance of factors such as fear, threats, secret police, informing etc.
GCSE SOW on Elizabeth I
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GCSE SOW on Elizabeth I

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NB: These lessons have been planned to be taught alongside the Hodder Education Edexcel 9-1 Elizabeth I books and the Edexcel 9-1 books on Elizabeth I. This download contains 11 lessons on Elizabeth I. It has been designed to cover everything needed on the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE module on Elizabeth. The lessons have been designed in such a way that all the essentials are condensed down to ensure efficient learning. I have found this type of lesson planning particularly important with the vast amount of content in the new GCSE. Lessons include a range of activities and is differentiated throughout.
Edexcel GCSE History 9-1 - Crime & Punishment Revision & Exam Q Tips
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Edexcel GCSE History 9-1 - Crime & Punishment Revision & Exam Q Tips

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This is a practice exam paper for Edexcel History GCSE 9-1 to help students prepare for exam paper 2 on Crime & Punishment and Whitechapel. It has practice questions and tips on how to successfully answer each type of question. It also includes a revision guide which covers all the knowledge needed for this paper.
Should ordinary people be blamed for genocide?
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Should ordinary people be blamed for genocide?

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This lesson was devised to support students in a debate about whether ordinary people should be blamed for genocide in their societies. It is differentiated throughout and also contains ‘history scholar’ tasks to challenge the most able students. It should be taught over 2 or 3 lessons.
Background to Women's Suffrage
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Background to Women's Suffrage

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This lesson could be used as a good introduction to women’s suffrage. It covers a brief history of suffrage in Britain beginning with the Magna Carta. It gets pupls to explore a lot of concepts such as stereotyping, profiling, right to vote, gender equality and social welfare to name a few. It also looks at 19th/20thC arguments for and against women getting the vote.
Lesson on The Norman Justice System
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Lesson on The Norman Justice System

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This lesson is a comparison lessons between Anglo-Saxon and Norman methods of justice. Students will need to have an understanding of Anglo-Saxon justice in order to fully access the lesson. It is fully differentiated throughout and included more able tasks. A variety of activities are employed throughout.
20th-21st C ideas about the cause of disease and illness
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20th-21st C ideas about the cause of disease and illness

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This lesson has been planned as part of the GCSE medicine through time, Edexcle GCSE spec. It introduces students to new ideas and theories of 21st & 21st C. It looks in depth at the discovery of DNA and how this has impacted on preventive measures that people with hereditary gene defects can now take, such as BRCA1. The lesson asks students to consider the ANgelina Jolie case study. It also looks at how m,odern scientists began to take lifestyle factors into further consideration.
GCSE Revision: Hitler's Foreign Policies
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GCSE Revision: Hitler's Foreign Policies

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All images sourced from Google images ‘labelled for reuse’ and licensed under Public Domain This powerpoint, takes students on a step-by-step tour of the the 'Road to War. It is meant as a revision powerpoint, so is better for students who have already studied this unit, and need to help with their revision. It looks in detail at each of the causes and events of the outbreak of WWII, and allows students to take notes, and watch GCSE Bitesize videos to enhance their knowledge. This was designed specifically for students studying AQA Spec, B: Hitler's Foreign Policies (it details all of the subject knowledge they need for their exam. It would be good for any students studying origins of WWII as well.
Virtual/Remote WWI SOW for KS3
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Virtual/Remote WWI SOW for KS3

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This SOW includes 10 hours worth of remote lessons on WWI. I have also included the google forms quizzes that I used as do now tasks,. There’s an overview of what each lesson covers below: L1-2: The significance of WWI. L3 -4: Long-term causes of WWI. L5 -6: The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and how it led to WWI. L7: Use of WWI propaganda. L8: Who fought in WWI? (Focuses on soldiers from the British colonies). L9 - 10: How far were Indian soldiers valued by the British.
 How did Islam influence the world?
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How did Islam influence the world?

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All images sourced from Google images ‘labelled for reuse’ and licensed under Public Domain This is a lesson created for a year eight scheme of work, which is all about the expansion of Islam and how it influenced the Western World. This lessons helps students to understand concepts such as empire, expansion and influence. It enables students to understand and consider this through the comparison between the Islamic empire and the Roman empire.
Why did Wall Street Crash in 1929?
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Why did Wall Street Crash in 1929?

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All images sourced from Google images ‘labelled for reuse’ and licensed under Public Domain This lesson has been developed to enable History GCSE students to understand the complexities of the US Stock Exchange, as well as considering the factors that led to the Wall Street to Crash in 1929. It encourages students to consider and evaluate a range of factors, and come to their own conclusions about what the largest contributing factor was.
Homework Booklet - The Roaring Twenties
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Homework Booklet - The Roaring Twenties

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All images sourced from Google images ‘labelled for reuse’ and licensed under Public Domain. Some of the text used is attributed to GCSE Bitesize & AQA History Spec' B. This booklet has been designed for students to use in addition to their studies of the Roaring 20s AQA Spec B. It has a variety of revision tips, information and exam practice. There are activities for students to complete each week.
Medieval Healthcare
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Medieval Healthcare

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All images sourced from Google images ‘labelled for reuse’ and licensed under Public Domain. This is a powerpoint which introduces medieval beliefs about medicine & diseases. It looks at the progress over time and introduces students to key concepts such as Galen's theory of the Four Humours. It guides the students through the knowledge through evidence analysis, graphs and a comparison of modern and medieval disease.
Medieval Medicine Background
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Medieval Medicine Background

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This lessons helps to set the scene to medievel medicine. It’s particularly useful for KS4 students who are about to study medicine through time. The lesson is fully differentiated and included activities for SEN & more able students. It also includes a wide variety of activities.