Hero image

History man's supermarket

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.

128Uploads

35k+Views

23k+Downloads

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.
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 7 War in the Pacific
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 7 War in the Pacific

(1)
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
Year 9 - Holocaust Scheme of Work
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 - Holocaust Scheme of Work

4 Resources
A four lesson scheme of work on the Holocaust. The scheme of work is aimed at Year 9 (13-14 year olds) however it can be adapted. Lessons included: 1. Treatment of the Jews 33-39 2. Why did the Holocaust happen? 3. Did Oskar Schindler make a difference? 4. Auschwitz
Year 9 - Nazi Germany full scheme of work
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 - Nazi Germany full scheme of work

6 Resources
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
The Cuban Missile Crisis
taylortdataylortda

The Cuban Missile Crisis

4 Resources
Lessons in the Cambridge IGCSE History scheme of work on Containment in Cuba. All required resources are included there is no textbook work: Lessons include: 1. The Bay of Pigs (background to crisis) 2. The Cuban Missile Crisis Events 3. Why Khrushchev put missiles on Cuba 4. The effects of the crisis
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 6 why did Germany lose?
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 6 why did Germany lose?

(0)
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
League of Nations - Lesson 11 recap of successes and failures
taylortdataylortda

League of Nations - Lesson 11 recap of successes and failures

(0)
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.
Life in Nazi Germany - Lesson 8 the impact of World War II
taylortdataylortda

Life in Nazi Germany - Lesson 8 the impact of World War II

(0)
A lesson following the IGCSE Cambridge scheme of work on life in Nazi Germany. This lessons focus on the impact of World War II on Germany and the social effect it had on it's people. All resources are included there is no textbook work. Learning Outcomes: To understand how the war impacted on Germany. To evaluate how the coming of War changed life in Germany.
Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 1 & 2 Why did WW2 start?
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 - WW2 Lesson 1 & 2 Why did WW2 start?

(0)
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
Year 9 scheme of work on World War II - 8 full lessons
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 scheme of work on World War II - 8 full lessons

10 Resources
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 WWI Lesson 8  - Women during WW1
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 WWI Lesson 8 - Women during WW1

(1)
Lesson 8 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War I. This lesson focuses on the impact that WW1 had on women and the suffrage movement. All resources are included. Learning Outcomes: Know the role of women in WWI What was life like at home during WWI How did WWI change the role of women
Spanish Flu 1919
taylortdataylortda

Spanish Flu 1919

(0)
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?
Assembly on Perseverance
taylortdataylortda

Assembly on Perseverance

(0)
Full resources for a whole school assembly on perseverance. Included within: 1. Powerpoint 2. Script 3. link to a 2 minute video The assembly is designed to take 10 minutes.
Life in Nazi Germany
taylortdataylortda

Life in Nazi Germany

6 Resources
A series of lessons following the Cambridge IGCSE History course. These lessons are focused on what the Nazis did to change lives during their time in power: Lesson 1 - Persecution of the minorities Lesson 2 - Nazis and the Church Lesson 3 & 4 - Nazis and the Youth Lesson 5 &6 - Nazis and women Lesson 7 - Nazis and the workers Lesson 8 - Life during WW2
Year 9 WWI Lesson 6 - Was the Somme a victory?
taylortdataylortda

Year 9 WWI Lesson 6 - Was the Somme a victory?

(0)
Lesson 6 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War I. This lesson focuses on whether the battle of the Somme can ever be classed as a victory for the British. There is a slideshow evidence task and then a newspaper article which helps pupils to make the assessment. It sets up a homework piece of writing on whether the Somme was a victory or defeat for the British. All resources are included. Learning Outcomes: Know who won the Battle of the Somme Assess whether the Somme ever be classed as a success
Nazi control over Germany - Lesson 5 the Nazi Olympics
taylortdataylortda

Nazi control over Germany - Lesson 5 the Nazi Olympics

(0)
Lesson 5 in the Cambridge IGCSE History scheme of work on how Hitler and the Nazis controlled the population in Germany. This lesson focuses on the how and why the Nazis hosted the Berlin Olympics in 1936. Paticularly questioning how they used the Olympics to help control the population. All required resources included Learning Outcomes: Understand what Nazi Germany wanted to achieve by hosting the Olympic games Evaluate whether those aims were met Assess how effective the Olympics were for the Nazis