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Experienced Secondary School History teacher. I will be uploading all of my resources as time goes on. Please review if you do download and enjoy thank you.

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Experienced Secondary School History teacher. I will be uploading all of my resources as time goes on. Please review if you do download and enjoy thank you.
Spanish Flu 1919
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Spanish Flu 1919

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Here is a Year 9 lesson (could be adapted) which I teach immediately following my SOW on WW1. The lesson is on Spanish Flu as most of my pupils tend not to have heard of it and I find it a really interesting lesson for helping them to understand disease as well as war. All resources are included. The lesson involves a picture activity. A video, a flow chart and a final assessment. Learning Outcomes: To understand what Spanish flu was. To understand the consequences of Spanish Flu. To assess which was a worse event for the world; World War I or Spanish Flu?
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 7 War in the Pacific
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Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 7 War in the Pacific

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Lesson 7 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War II. This lesson focuses on the war in the Pacific and runs through the medium of a map, video and sources which the pupils analyse to enable them to answer questions on the campaign - particularly the nature of it. The lesson finishes with a writing task. The lesson assumes that pupils are already aware of Pearl Harbour. Learning Outcomes: To know what the war in the Pacific was like. To assess how the war in the Pacific was different to that in Europe
Falklands War Conflict full lesson
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Falklands War Conflict full lesson

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A full lesson on the Falklands War with all resources needed. Aimed at Year 9 but adaptable for all age groups. Considers Just War Theory and whether the British invasion was justified or not.
Year 9 Nazi Germany- Lesson 2 Life in Nazi Germany
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Year 9 Nazi Germany- Lesson 2 Life in Nazi Germany

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The second lesson in my Year 9 scheme of work on Hitler and the Nazis. This lesson deals in a basic way with what life was like in Germany under the Nazis. It uses a table task and information sheets. I like to stick the information sheets up around the classroom and have pupils rotate around them completing their table. All required resources are included. Learning Outcomes: To investigate the lifestyle of different groups in Nazi-Germany. To evaluate who were most effected by the changes made by the Nazis.
League of Nations - Lesson 11 recap of successes and failures
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League of Nations - Lesson 11 recap of successes and failures

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A lesson designed to get students to use knowledge they have already acquired over the SOW so far. They geographically portray how successful the LON was to help them answer the exam question to what extent was the LON a complete failure. LO's: Recap on the successes and failures of the League of Nations. Assess which was the greatest success. Assess which was the greatest failure. Evaluate how successful the League of Nations was overall.
Year 9 scheme of work on World War II - 8 full lessons
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Year 9 scheme of work on World War II - 8 full lessons

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8 lessons from my Year 9 scheme of work on WW2. All required resources are included. Lessons include: 1. Why did WW2 start/who was to blame? 2/3. IT based research lessons on key events edit - added: Battle of the Atlantic Battle of North Africa Battle of Stalingrad 4. D-Day 5. Role of Women 6. Why did Germany lose? 7. War in the Pacific 8. The Atomic Bomb
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 4 D-Day
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Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 4 D-Day

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Lesson 4 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War II. This lesson focuses on D-Day and can certainly be stretched to cover two lessons. Pupils select the landing site they would use. It then focuses on assessing why the allies were able to succeed on D-Day. All resources are included Learning Outcomes: To know what D-Day was. To understand why the Allies chose to invade Normandy. To assess why the Allies were able to succeed on D-Day.
Battle of North Africa El Alamein
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Battle of North Africa El Alamein

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Full lesson aimed at KS3 Year 8/9 History Starter task Fill in the blanks on Field Marshal Montgomery Source based questions Written task Video links included
Year 9 WWI Lesson 2 - Why did men join up in 1914?
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Year 9 WWI Lesson 2 - Why did men join up in 1914?

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Lesson 2 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War I. This lesson focuses on why young men made the decision to join up in 1914. It has a source task and children identify very well with the two videos (one linked and one included). If time at the end I often get the kids to draw a piece of their own propaganda to finish. All resources are included Learning Outcomes: Know what the word propaganda is Assess why young men decided to join up in 1914
Year 9 WWI Lesson 1 - Why was Europe so tense in 1914
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Year 9 WWI Lesson 1 - Why was Europe so tense in 1914

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Lesson 1 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War I. This lesson focuses on the background to the conflict and why Europe was so tense in 1914. All required resources are included. Learning Outcomes: Find out why was Europe like a ticking time bomb in 1914 Assess why WWI started
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 1 & 2 Why did WW2 start?
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Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 1 & 2 Why did WW2 start?

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Lesson 1 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War II. This lesson focuses on the causes of WW2 and is designed to be used following a basic study/understanding of Hitler and Nazi Germany. The first lesson focuses on the more general reasons for WW2 and the second lesson assesses whether Hitler was to blame before giving pupils a piece of homework on it. All resources are included Learning Outcomes: Know the main causes of World War Two To understand how these factors contributed to the outbreak of war To evaluate the claim that Hitler was responsible for the outbreak of World War Two
Battle of Stalingrad full lesson - Turning point WW2?
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Battle of Stalingrad full lesson - Turning point WW2?

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A full lesson exploring the Battle of Stalingrad and why it should be seen as a key turning point in World War II. Tasks include: Question based video task (link included) Assess why Stalingrad was important to Hitler using pictures Card sort the consequences of the battle Review task explain why it is a turning point.
Year 9 - Nazi Germany full scheme of work
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Year 9 - Nazi Germany full scheme of work

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Here are 6 lessons with all required resources included on Nazi Germany. The lessons are pitched at Year 9 and are therefore fairly simplistic. They could be adapted for other years. Lessons include: 1. Why did Hitler come to power? 2. Life in Nazi Germany 3. Treatment of the Jews (33-39) 4. Why did the Holocaust happen 5. Did Oskar Schindler make a difference? 6. The Final Solution and Auschwitz
Hitler's Consolidation of power by 1934
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Hitler's Consolidation of power by 1934

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Scheme of work following the Cambridge IGCSE course. These lessons follow the period 30th January 1933 until August 1934 when Hitler declared himself Fuhrer. 1. The Reichstag Fire 2. The Night of the Long Knives 3. Death of Hindenburg/army oath/ plebiscite 4. Snakes and ladders game All required resources are included there is no textbook use.
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 6 why did Germany lose?
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Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 6 why did Germany lose?

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Lesson 6 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War II. This lesson focuses on the reasons why the war turned against Germany and then the major factors that eventually led to Germany's defeat. It operates through the medium of a map task and a card sort. All required resources are included Learning Outcomes: To know the key events that Germany was involved with during WW2 To assess which event was the worst for Germany/led to their defeat during WW2
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 8 War the Atomic Bomb
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Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 8 War the Atomic Bomb

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Lesson 8 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War II - I like this lesson so much I have adapted it in the past for 16+ and GCSE. This lesson focuses on the use of the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It also involves a highly interactive egg task - instructions for which are included and all pupils I have done this with have absolutely loved it! That task allows them to understand the capability of a nuclear bomb and the remainder of the lesson is about assessing whether the Americans were right to drop the bomb. I LOVE this lesson! :-) Learning Outcomes: To know the events behind the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. To understand the impact of the bombs To make an assessment whether the Americans were right to drop the Atomic Bombs.