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The Changing Powers of the Monarchs since 1066
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The Changing Powers of the Monarchs since 1066

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How did the power of the British monarchy evolve over time? Explore this with your students using twelve lesson power point presentations, worksheets and content pages. The chapters include: Monarchs since 1066 (Try this chapter free) Royalty, power and religion William the Conqueror – Absolute Power John I Establishment of a Parliament Tudors take back power Charles I The Commonwealth of England The threat of James II Anne and political parties Victoria – remaking the monarchy The House of Windsor**
THE INDUS VALLEY CIVILIZATION - 8 lessons
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THE INDUS VALLEY CIVILIZATION - 8 lessons

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There is still much that archaeologists need to learn about the Indus Valley Civilization. This unit explores the reasons for this, including the importance of evidence, while giving insight into: The Origins of the Indus civilization Discovery of the Indus (Harappan) civilization Cities Society Farming Trade Engineering and science Arts and crafts 8 lessons are covered through slides and worksheets.
The MAYA - ten lessons with power point slides and worksheets
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The MAYA - ten lessons with power point slides and worksheets

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Explore this ancient civilization with your students. Use the ten power point presentations to provide information and visual context. Ten worksheets form part of this pack for students to interact with the information and notes. The following topics are covered: The Maya Civilization (This lesson is available free on TES) Maya City States ± 600AD Society Religion Warfare Agriculture and Trade Writing And Literacy Mathematics, Astronomy and The Calendar Maya Art Maya Architecture
The ANCIENT GREEKS - TEACHING PACK
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The ANCIENT GREEKS - TEACHING PACK

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TWENTY power point presentations TWENTY worksheets with reference notes for students INDEX listing objectives and activities Topics: Who were the ancient Greeks? Who were the Minoans? Who were the Mycenaeans? The Three Periods of Ancient Greece Who were the ancient Greeks? Who were the Minoans? Who were the Mycenaeans? The Three Periods of Ancient Greece A day in the life of a Greek boy in Sparta Clothing and fashion Greek beliefs Greek gods Greek homes Food and farming Trade Greek architecture and art Ancient Greek Warfare The Peloponnesian Wars Alexander the Great Greek contributions to our lives
THE SUMER - Ten lessons on the history of the Sumerian Civilization
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THE SUMER - Ten lessons on the history of the Sumerian Civilization

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An interesting history of the Sumerian Civilization. Each lesson looks at a different aspect and consists of a power point presentation and worksheets. Aspects covered are: The Sumerian civilization Sumerian City States Society and family life Language and writing Religion Agriculture and trade Art and architecture Science and Mathematics Sumerian Defence and Army Legacy of the Sumerians
Britain's  Invasion by the Anglo Saxons, Scots and Vikings
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Britain's Invasion by the Anglo Saxons, Scots and Vikings

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The invasion and settlement of Britain by the Anglo Saxons, Scots and Vikings is presented in nine segments, each with its own Power Point presentation and a set of information texts and worksheets. The arrival of the Angles, Saxons and Jutes The formation of the seven Anglo Saxon kingdoms The Anglo-Saxon way of life Some interesting kings – a. Egbert and Alfred b. Athelstan c. Canute d. Edward the confessor The “Scotti” (The Scots.) The Vikings – Who were the Vikings? The Viking invasions The Viking society The Viking Village Activities include: Comprehension, writing a letter requesting urgent assistance, time line activity, drawing, direct speech explaining the different roles in society, explaining similarities and differences.
EVOLUTION and INHERITANCE - seven lessons
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EVOLUTION and INHERITANCE - seven lessons

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In the course of seven presentations and seven worksheets, this unit helps students to: recognise that living things have changed over time and that fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago recognise that living things produce offspring of the same kind, but normally offspring vary and are not identical to their parents identify how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment in different ways and that adaptation may lead to evolution Fossils as scientific evidence Mary Anning Adaptation Evolution Charles Darwin Genetics Chromosomes and DNA Reproduction and inheritance
Properties and Changes in Materials - 10 lessons
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Properties and Changes in Materials - 10 lessons

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Properties and Changes in Materials is a ten part unit. It consists of ten lessons with activities on worksheets and ten power point presentations. The topics covered in the unit are: Describing the Properties of Materials Hardness of Materials Transparent, Translucent or Opaque Materials Solubility Electrical Conductivity Thermal Conductivity Magnetic materials Mixing and dissolving of materials Reversible and irreversible changes Separating materials Filtration, Evaporation and Sieving
THE SHANG DYNASTY - TEN LESSONS
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THE SHANG DYNASTY - TEN LESSONS

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Ten interesting lessons about the Shang Dynasty. Ten power point presentations and ten follow up worksheets to consolidate ideas. TOPICS: Timeline of the dynasties of ancient China Yin Xu archaeological site The beginning of the Shang Dynasty Society during the Shang Dynasty Religion during the Shang dynasty Governance during the Shang dynasty Farming during the Shang dynasty Shang buildings and architecture The legacy of the Shang dynasty The fall of the Shang dynasty
The Early Islam Civilization, including Baghdad
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The Early Islam Civilization, including Baghdad

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This unit is a study of a non-European society that provides contrasts with British history: Early Islamic civilization, including a study of Baghdad c. AD 900. Lessons include: The beginning of the Islamic civilization Important aspects of Islam Time line of the early Islamic civilization The rise and fall of Baghdad Daily life in Baghdad Center of learning Early Islam civilization Trade Early Islamic Art The important cities in the Islamic civilization Legacy of the Islam civilization
The Shang Dynasty - a time line of the Chinese Dynasties
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The Shang Dynasty - a time line of the Chinese Dynasties

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The lesson, presented using a power point presentation, aims to enable students to place the Shang Dynasty on a time line. They will be able to discuss how the primary evidence at Yin Xu informed archaeologists. The worksheet contains a time line activity and a comprehension activity related to the text. This free download contains both the power point and the worksheet.
ANIMALS, INCLUDING HUMANS - THE SKELETON AND MUSCLES
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ANIMALS, INCLUDING HUMANS - THE SKELETON AND MUSCLES

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Students identify that: humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement in a four-part teaching pack. Slides supported by worksheet sets with learning activities, cover the topics: What is a skeleton? Why do we need a skeleton? – Protection Why do we need a skeleton? – Support Why do we need a skeleton? – Movement
TOYS through TIME - 6 presentations and 6 worksheets
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TOYS through TIME - 6 presentations and 6 worksheets

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Aimed at 5 to 6 year olds, this unit covers the objectives for early learning of history. I have used it with Year 1. The topics help students to group according to different criteria related to history understand what evidence is experience collecting evidence chronicle the development of toys on a simple time line while developing a concept of where they fit in the time line and record using a graph, drawings and labels and time lines. Topics include: Our Favourite Toys Finding out about the Past Toys from different Decades All children played with Toys! Years and Years of Toys Time lines Each topic starts with power point slides and is followed by a worksheet of 2 to 3 pages. Teachers may also choose to do some of the activities between slides.
FORCES and MOTION and ISAAC NEWTON
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FORCES and MOTION and ISAAC NEWTON

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Aimed at Year 5/6, this unit explores forces and motion. There are slides, activities and worksheets to support learning and understanding. One lesson draws attention to Sir Isaac Newton and his contribution to mathematics and science. Topics include: What is a force? Balanced and unbalanced forces Gravity Friction Air resistance Forces acting on aeroplanes Water resistance Levers Pulleys Gears Isaac Newton
Leisure and Entertainment in the 20th Century
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Leisure and Entertainment in the 20th Century

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This unit looks at changes in an aspect of social history, specifically** leisure and entertainment in the 20th Century.** Lessons are titled: All work and no play Home entertainment Dancing through the 20th Century Theatre Movies Music Fashion and influences Radio Television Sport Each lesson consists of a power point presentation and worksheet with activities.
THE KINGDOM OF BENIN - 10 lessons
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THE KINGDOM OF BENIN - 10 lessons

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This unit presents a society that provides contrasts and intersection with European history: Benin (West Africa) c. AD 900-1300 Ten power points with corresponding worksheets provide opportunities to reflect on historical information and give informed responses. There is consistent emphasis on historical resources. Topics: Oral tradition of the Kingdom of Benin Time line of the Benin civilization Establishment of the Edo Kingdom Edo kings Edo City (Benin City) The Edo gods The religious practices The Edo (Benin) arts and crafts Farming activities and Trade The demise of the Benin Kingdom
THE MAYA - POWER POINT LESSON and WORKSHEET
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THE MAYA - POWER POINT LESSON and WORKSHEET

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In this lesson: The Maya Civilization is depicted through slides. Students will be able to place important events in the Maya civilization on a time line. They will also be able to offer reasons for their decline. There is a Time line activity in the worksheet and a comprehension activity from the text. While this is a standalone lesson, the rest of the series explores other interesting aspects of the Maya culture and life.
MONEY, TRADING and BUSINESS for KS 2
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MONEY, TRADING and BUSINESS for KS 2

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An interesting set of presentations with notes for students and worksheets, including a section on the history of trading and money and activities for students to learn about managing budgets, business and money. There are fourteen topics: Why people trade Bartering in the Ancient World Money, trading and business words. What is money? The history of money Things that we should all know about money. Responsibility - looking after our money Budgets Banks and banking International Currencies Going into business – A Business Plan Different Types of Business. Shares, Stocks and Bonds Interest and Dividends Each topic has slides, which indicate when to break for activities and activities related to those slides.
ANCIENT ROMANS TEACHING PACKAGE - 26 TOPICS, KS 2
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ANCIENT ROMANS TEACHING PACKAGE - 26 TOPICS, KS 2

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This resource has twenty six Power Point presentations, twenty six sets of student notes and worksheets. Each is in a separate file so that you may choose all, or some topics and print only those you need. Topics include: Early History Romulus and Remus Story Time line of Rome Roman Republic Roman Empire The city of Rome City of Pompeii Roman Buildings and Engineering Roman Numerals Plebeians and Patricians Daily life in Rome Life in the Roman Countryside Roman Dress and Clothing Roman Entertainment Roman Gods Roman Myth Important Roman Emperors Roman Army Wars and Battles Conquering Britain Romans and the Celts Boudicca The impact the Romans had on Britain Barbarians Fall of Rome How the Romans influenced the world
An ancient Greek legend: The sad story of King Aegeus
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An ancient Greek legend: The sad story of King Aegeus

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A legend from Greece, retold: The Sad Story of King Aegeus The short story is followed by learning activities which include: Reading Comprehension Research Fact or opinion Imaginative expression Critical Thinking �� Making a labyrinth This story is part of the complete pack of Myths and Legends from Around the World.