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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.
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.
Why had international peace collapsed by 1939? - Lesson 1 & 2 Hitler's aims and rearmament
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Why had international peace collapsed by 1939? - Lesson 1 & 2 Hitler's aims and rearmament

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Inside are two lessons following the Cambridge IGCSE History module 'why had international peace collapsed by 1939'. All resources for these two lessons are included there is no textbook work. Lesson 1 Learning Outcomes: Know what Hitler’s key foreign policy aims were Understand how they made WW2 more likely Assess which of Hitler’s aims were most important Lesson 2 Learning Outcomes: Know the events that led to a re-militarised Germany To assess the success of these events for Hitler
Nazi control over Germany - Lesson 1 Introduction
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Nazi control over Germany - Lesson 1 Introduction

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Lesson 1 in the Cambridge IGCSE History scheme of work on how Hitler and the Nazis controlled the population in Germany came to power in 1933 and consolidated power by Summer 1934. This lesson is an introduction to the different methods of control and includes a Venn Diagram/card sort on the key question of whether the Nazis controlled Germany through propaganda or fear. All resources included. Learning Outcomes: To know what Hitler wanted to achieve in Germany. To understand what Hitler did to control the German population. To evaluate how effective his control of Germany was. �
Nazi control over Germany - Lesson 5 the Nazi Olympics
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Nazi control over Germany - Lesson 5 the Nazi Olympics

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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
Containment in Korea
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Containment in Korea

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Short scheme of work on Containment Policy in Korea following the Cambridge IGCSE course. All resources are included there is no textbook work. Enjoy!
Year 9 WWI Lesson 3 - Life in the tenches
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Year 9 WWI Lesson 3 - Life in the tenches

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Lesson 3 in my Year 9 scheme of work on World War I. This lesson focuses on what life was like in the trenches for soldiers. I like to post different bits of the info around the classroom have pupils moving around sensibly to gather it. It then leads onto a good homework task where they send a letter home about the conditions. All resources are included. Learning Outcomes: Know why war was fought in the trenches Understand what life was like in the trenches
The Cuban Missile Crisis
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The Cuban Missile Crisis

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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 Nazi Germany- Lesson 5 Holocaust: did Oskar Schindler make a difference?
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Year 9 Nazi Germany- Lesson 5 Holocaust: did Oskar Schindler make a difference?

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The fifth lesson in my Year 9 scheme of work on Hitler and the Nazis. This lesson deals with the holocaust and the role of Oskar Schindler within it. It discusses the Historical term 'individual agency' and the lesson asks the question whether one man can make a difference. It also discusses how good of a citizen Schindler was. The lesson uses an obituary task derived from a fact sheet to enable pupils to make the assessment. I normally follow it with class discussion. All resources are included. Learning Outcomes: To know who Oskar Schindler was. To assess whether Oskar Schindler was a hero and if one man can make a difference in History.
Battle of Stamford Bridge
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Battle of Stamford Bridge

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Whole lesson and resources to teach the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Everything required is included. Grateful if you could review.
League of Nations - Lesson 7 the Manchurian Crisis
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League of Nations - Lesson 7 the Manchurian Crisis

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Lesson 7 in the LON SOW focusing on the Japanese invasion of Manchuria. All resources including video are included. Learning Outcomes: Know why Japan invaded Manchuria Understand why the League of Nations failed to deal with Japan Assess how the Manchurian crisis affected the work of the League of Nations
Vietnam - Lesson 4 The US peace movement
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Vietnam - Lesson 4 The US peace movement

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Lesson 4 in the Cambridge IGCSE History scheme of work on Containment in Vietnam. This lesson focuses on the the USA's anti war peace movement that developed during the Vietnam War. The main task is an input output flowchart which the students complete in conjunction with an information sheet. All required resources are included. There is no textbook use. Learning Outcomes: Know what sort of peace movements were operating in the USA during the Vietnam War Assess how the peace movements contributed to the US defeat in Vietnam
League of Nations - Lesson 2 weaknesses of the League
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League of Nations - Lesson 2 weaknesses of the League

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Lesson 2 in the LON scheme of work following the Cambridge IGCSE course. Any reference to textbook is referring to Ben Walsh modern world the course textbook. Learning Outcomes: Know the structure/organisation of the League Understand why it is often seen as a weakness Assess whether the League doomed from the start?
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
The Rise of Hitler and the Nazis - Lesson 9 the Reichstag Fire
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The Rise of Hitler and the Nazis - Lesson 9 the Reichstag Fire

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Lesson 9 in the Cambridge IGCSE History scheme of work on how Hitler and the Nazis came to power in 1933. This lesson refers to the problems Hitler faced when he came to power in 1933 and how he used the Reichstag Fire to get rid of the Communists. Learning Outcomes: To know the events of the Reichstag Fire. To understand how it helped Hitler consolidate his position. Assess how important the event was. Due to copyright the graphic novel is not included but can be downloaded free of charge here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-reichstag-fire-graphic-novel-activity-6412396
Cuba - Lesson 2 the Cuban Missile Crisis
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Cuba - Lesson 2 the Cuban Missile Crisis

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Lesson 2 in the Cambridge IGCSE History scheme of work on Containment in Cuba. This lesson focuses on the 13 day Cuban missile crisis. The first activity is a class one where the pupils pretend to be JFK and go through a series of situations to see if they would have been able to avoid nuclear war. The second task is a timeline activity of the key events of the crisis. All required resources are included. There is no textbook use. Learning Outcomes: To know what happened after the Bay of Pigs To understand the events of the Cuban Missile Crisis To assess how close we came to World War III
League of Nations - Lesson 1 the League's aims
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League of Nations - Lesson 1 the League's aims

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Cambridge IGCSE League of Nations scheme of work. Any reference to the textbook is Ben Walsh Cambridge IGCSE Modern world. Learning Outcomes: Know the aims of the league Understand why did some countries not join the league Assess whether the League doomed from the start
Why had international peace collapsed by 1939? - Lesson 9 & 10 why did World War 2 start?
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Why had international peace collapsed by 1939? - Lesson 9 & 10 why did World War 2 start?

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The final two lessons in the Cambridge IGCSE module Why had international peace collapsed by 1939? The first lesson focuses on assessing the long term causes of World War 2 and the second lesson looks at the invasion of Poland by Germany (the spark that lit the fuse). All resources needed are included there is no textbook use. Learning Outcomes lesson 1: Identify the different factors which led to the outbreak of WWII To understand how different factors contributed to the outbreak of WWII Learning Outcomes lesson 2: To know what the key events were in the invasion of Poland To understand how the invasion led to War To evaluate why this was the final step to War