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Digital resources from a History Teacher with over 15 years of experience in teaching History, Geography, Citizenship and more.
Causes of the English Civil War 4 Lessons
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Causes of the English Civil War 4 Lessons

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These lessons allow you to explore the causes in different ways. They do work without textbooks. Lesson 1 has the students looking at the causes from the point of view of Cromwell and looking at them as Power, Money and Religious causes. You should watch the first 10 minutes of the Cromwell Film. It is on DVD and edited parts are available online. Lesson 2 has the students exam a list of cases as if they were Power, Money or Religion or Political, Economic, Social, Cultural or Miltary factors. Lesson 3 or alternative for Lesson 2 looks at the list of events as Long, Medium, Short term and Trigger Causes. Here you can explore the snowball effect of events or shifting pendulum. (Watch more of the film) Lesson 4 makes use of the students previous, three lessons, your discussions and the film for them to form their own opinions. There are model answers and various supporting documents for them to use. These lessons can be combined. You can make use of the Wordles as fascinators or starter activities. The word searches can be starters or homework activities. There is a FREE version of some of these resources.
Historical Significance - The 5Rs Method
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Historical Significance - The 5Rs Method

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Lesson can be used for all sorts - I have used it with Titanic in recent years. The five R's is a method used to break down and examine the historical significance of an event or person. Many historians have different variations of this method. The five R's we will use are: Remembered, revealed, remarked, resonates and resulted. The order does not necessarily matter, neither the need to do all five of them.
War of the Roses Timeline lesson
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War of the Roses Timeline lesson

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The PPT presentation is the main resource. The idea is for students to practice their timeline skills and how to extract relevant information from a textbook or website or PDF. The war of the Roses Timeline Lesson is lesson 2. Lesson 2 is free. Lesson 1 is Hundred Years' War Timeline lesson. Lesson 1 is £2. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/hundred-years-war-timeline-lesson-11681484
Inventions during the Industrial Revolution - Full lesson - Historical Significance
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Inventions during the Industrial Revolution - Full lesson - Historical Significance

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You will need computers for this lessons. Check out the FREE version for a sample of the lesson. This is probably one to four lessons depending if you have already explored significance with your class. 1 - Inventions PESCM Sheet / Historical Significance 2 - Research ICT Tasks 3 - Collate Information using writing frames The different inventions are given out as A4 prompts for their research. The writing frames are then given out to serve as starters for the writeup.
Jack the Ripper Bundle
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Jack the Ripper Bundle

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This bundle gives you the resources to teach several lessons on Jack the Ripper at KS3 (or KS4 with some editing). Do take advantage of YouTube to get the most out of these resources.
Jacobite Introduction & Symbolism Lesson (Rebellion)
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Jacobite Introduction & Symbolism Lesson (Rebellion)

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This lesson serves as an introduction to the Jacobites and how symbolism is used by them to export their message of rebellion. The main task is to understand and create a symbol for Jacobite. usage or you could insert Jacobite images and have student analyse the imagery for the symbolism they have just uncovered. There are info and activity sheets for them to complete. I gained a round of applause from a class after getting the bulk of this done in an interview lesson that lasted 30 minutes. The students continued to work on it after I left! There is enough here for TWO lessons if you have not covered symbolism or any aspect of the Jacobites before.
Conditions in the Factories - Industrial Revolution in the Mills
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Conditions in the Factories - Industrial Revolution in the Mills

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This lesson covers the conditions within the factories and can be taught in one lesson (or perhaps two depending on progress and omission of slides). FREE elements available in the shop. This lesson you are going to investigate the working conditions in the factories and the treatment of the workers. Pass - if you can identify and describe the conditions from the sources Success- if you can explain why the sources would change people’s viewpoints Challenge - if you can evaluate which sources would have the greatest impact on Parliament, so they are justified to pass laws.
Create a Timeline - Templates
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Create a Timeline - Templates

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Useful for History lessons for all ages and other lessons too. FREE version available and TEMPLATE BUNDLE available. Create for in lesson activities and also for Homework tasks. PDFs cannot be edited. Docx files can be edited so you can add or take away the boxes along the timeline, colour them in or add relevant pictures. This can be useful when adapting this activity for use with a class in an ICT Suite.
Medicine through Time 20th Century Presentation Pack
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Medicine through Time 20th Century Presentation Pack

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Free 19th Century PowerPoint Pack on Medicine through time is available. Download those files. If you like those come back for this pack. 20TH Century Medicine PowerPoints with images, overview or events and questions. The Powerpoint links back to the old Medicine through Time GCSE through Edexcel and references some of their textbooks. Still useful in studying Medicine and the NEW GCSE.
English Civil War Bundle
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English Civil War Bundle

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8 lessons that cover Charles I to Cromwell. The Causes lessons develop an understanding of causes and consequences. The armies sheet improve knowledge and understanding. Witches and Cromwell lessons evaluate evidence and put forward ways to produce an argument. bit.ly/TStevoTES
Armies in English Civil War - Naseby
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Armies in English Civil War - Naseby

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CIVIL WAR Bundle also available. This collection of resources has various different sheets that can be used to highlight the differences between the Parliamentarian and Royalist forces. More sheets and presentations make use of the Cromwell film and the sequence of events around the Battle of Naseby. The worksheets are adjusted for different ability students and can be edited further.
Source Analysis Explained - 10 Techniques to Use - Activities
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Source Analysis Explained - 10 Techniques to Use - Activities

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All of the displays and presentations are in this resource. The "Add a source" files are PPT that explain how they can be used to create double-sided handouts for an activity or homework exercise. Find a technique that works for you and your students. I have created four different potential worksheets from the PPTs, you could create six more from the resources here. Why not display a few and see which the students prefer.
Jack the Ripper - Suspects - Lessons 2 & 3
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Jack the Ripper - Suspects - Lessons 2 & 3

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Check out my BUNDLE of Jack the Ripper Lessons. The idea behind these lessons is for the students to determine which of the suspects is their "preferred" Jack and examine why. Students can do their own research on their suspect at http://www.casebook.org/ Vic Reeves does a physical and psychological breakdown of the suspects. This can be shown as Lesson 2 or 3. I prefer to show it as Lesson 3 and have the students complete their suspect profile or even present an alternative suspect due to new information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ackMI3Eew5k
Why was Jack the Ripper Never Caught? - Lessons 4-5
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Why was Jack the Ripper Never Caught? - Lessons 4-5

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Do check out my Jack the Ripper Bundle for the best deal. Students and the teacher should cover the actions of the police (video resources) which was covered in the previous lessons on Jack the Ripper and Victorian Policing. (Cover Positive Actions / Negative Actions /Beyond their control / Beyond their ability)
Elizabeth I Unit 1-3 ALL 1 Page Wordsearches
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Elizabeth I Unit 1-3 ALL 1 Page Wordsearches

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This features all of the 1-page word searches from the Early Elizabethan England Unit 1-3 for the new Edexcel GCSE. The top half of the A4 sheet is a word search, the bottom half lists the words for definition or and spelling purposes. All in Docx format only.
Treaty of Versailles - Source Analysis Exercises - World War One
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Treaty of Versailles - Source Analysis Exercises - World War One

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These PPTs and DOCs examine the Cannon-Fodder source made famous by the leaders at the Treaty of Versailles. Basic speeches sheets put incorrect phrases into the leaders' mouths. Students have to sort these out. Good for a starter. DDAABB PPT and handout explains how Double Dab works as a method of analysis TOV PPT breaks down the source into elements There are alternative sources as well. This will become part of a WWI Bundle.
Improve your History Lessons Bundle
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Improve your History Lessons Bundle

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The resources on sale here are almost every editable general resource I have produced. You can get your class reading through a game, creating a dialogue with characters through text messages, selecting emojis to help with revision, creating timelines, pitching historical events or just watching The Simpsons and making sure they learn.