The lesson is designed for the 9-1 AQA History specification but could easily be adapted.
The lesson covers successes/failures of the league during the 1920s and also covers the Locarno Treaties and the Kellogg Briand Pact.
This is a session designed for a 30 minute registration/PSCHE session.
It will allow pupils to develop an understanding of political parties, leaders, logos etc.
Pupils will explore the political spectrum before linking this with manifesto promises.
The bundle includes seven lessons which cover the start of the new 9-1 AQA GCSE course on the Normans. All lessons come with printable notes for students to use as ongoing revision material.
1. England before 1066
2. Who were the Normans
3. The rivals to the throne
4. William's preparations for invasion
5. The battles of Fulford Gate and Stamford Bridge
6. Who is most prepared before the Battle of Hastings
7. The Battle of Hastings
The lesson is developed as part of the AQA 9-1 GCSE Normans course.
The lesson is designed to last two hours and includes all resources for pupils to develop a information board related to the Norman village.
Designed as a KS3 assessment for a unit which compares the significance of the Black Death and the Peasants' Revolt.
The assessment uses GCSE Assessment Objectives mapped back to KS3 and is split accordingly.
Made as part of the 9-1 lesson on AQA GCSE History. Could easily be adapted for other exam boards.
Lesson where pupils focus on interpretations about the Harrying in order to develop understanding of the events.
The PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson, form time activity or could easily be edited for use in an assembly.
The PowerPoint tests pupils existing knowledge about the election and then provokes discussion about why it is so important for people to vote.
This bundle includes three sessions which can be used as lessons, form time activities or could easily be adapted for assemblies.
The sessions focus on the importance of involvement in the democratic process and the specific details of the political parties, leaders and manifestos ahead of the 2017 general election.
The lesson is targeted at KS3 and requires pupils to consider the difference between an auction and a scramble.
Lesson includes source work (A03) and asks pupils to complete a short piece of writing on similarities and differences (AO2).
Lesson targeted at KS3.
Lesson uses online resource in order to develop an hour-by-hour overview of the life of a house slave and a field slave.
Pupils then use a clock-graph to analyse who had the harder role.
Lesson ends with pupils using the information to write a diary extract.
Lesson targeted towards new AQA GCSE (9-1) as part of the Normans unit.
Lesson explores what England was like before the death of Edward the Confessor in order to give pupils the context to build upon throughout the unit.