Remembrance Assmebly

Remembrance Assmebly

An assembly that focuses on what letters can reveal about soldiers experiences during WW1. Also includes details for a remembrance service if you are looking for ideas.
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Fake News Assembly

Fake News Assembly

A whole school assembly on Fake News. It guides learners through what fake news is, its historical origins, how to spot it, a short quiz and how to report it on social media.
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History and Me

History and Me

A resource to use when you begin the year or take over a new class. Designed to put History in the context of their learning.
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GCSE History end of year quiz

GCSE History end of year quiz

A GCSE History quiz with lots of different activities to keep pupils engaged on the last day! Also has a reflection sheet to make them think about how they can improve their revision skills.
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League of Nations Learning Grid

League of Nations Learning Grid

A revision resource for pupils to test their knowledge on the League of Nations. In pairs pupils roll dice, select a grid reference and explain the key term to their partner. A great way to add a competitive element to revision.
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Postdam roleplay

Postdam roleplay

A roleplay designed to help pupils understand the different characters involved at the Potsdam conference and the difficulties in coming to a unanimous decision.
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Steps to War Learning Grid

Steps to War Learning Grid

A Learning grid focused on Hitler's steps to war. Pupils work in pairs and roll two dice. They then select a grid reference and define the term to their partner. A great way to add a competitive element to revision.
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What was France like in 1700?

What was France like in 1700?

Aim: Give students an understanding of what France was like in 1700 Method: read and categorise French society and advise the King on what needs to be done to fix the country.
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Active Revision Folding Frenzy

Active Revision Folding Frenzy

A Revision activity designed to keep students focused on an active approach to their revision. The powerpoint leads pupils through this approach and I have included an example from my own subject in History. The key is that pupils focus on synthesising their knowledge and work out what the crucial points are in a topic and how the other knowledge relates to it.
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The Active Revision Cycle

The Active Revision Cycle

this is a revision presentation that outlines the Active approach to revision. The presentation shows pupils the importance of revision as a process not as one type of activity.
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Causes of the Cold War Learning Grid

Causes of the Cold War Learning Grid

A Learning Grid focusing on the Causes of the Cold War. Pupils roll dice and select a grid reference. They then have to explain the key term to their partner. A great way to add a competitive element to revision.
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Weimar golden age grid

Weimar golden age grid

A worksheet activity where students categorise the evidence in the grid. The categories are whether the Weimar golden age was real or a myth.
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Weimar Republic Learning Grid

Weimar Republic Learning Grid

A Learning Grid focused on the Weimar Republic. Students work in pairs and roll dice to select a grid reference. They then have to define that term to their partner. A great way to add a competitive element to revision.
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Cold War Learning Grid

Cold War Learning Grid

A learning grid focusing on the cold war from 1945-78. Pupils roll two dice and select a grid reference. They then have to explain the key term to their partner. A great way to add a competitive element to revision.
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Henry VII learning Grid

Henry VII learning Grid

A Learning Grid focused on the AQA A level Tudor specification. The learning grid covers key themes from the start of Henry VII reign. Pupils roll the dice and select a keyword from the grid. they then have to define that keyword to their partner. A great way to add a competitive element to revision.
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