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The Wars of the Roses
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The Wars of the Roses

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The Wars of the Roses Lesson 10 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ Lesson Objectives: Describe what the Wars of the Roses was Explain why the Wars of the Roses happened Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
South Africa and the Boer War
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South Africa and the Boer War

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14th lesson in a SOW on Empire, Slavery and Rebellion 3rd lesson for the ‘Experience of different people in the Empire’ part of the SOW. Looking at: What were Britain doing in South Africa Who were the Boers and the difference between their army and the British Army Causes for War Impact of the Boer War Fully resourced and differentiated Stretch and Challenge throughout Aimed at KS3 Can be bought in a bundle
Slavery - Slave Resistance and Rebellions
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Slavery - Slave Resistance and Rebellions

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Tenth lesson in a SOW on Empire, Slavery and Rebellion 6th lesson for the ‘Slavery’ part of the SOW. Looking at: Slave resistance Slave rebellions Types of resistance effectiveness Outcomes Fully resourced and differentiated Aimed at KS3 Can be bought in a bundle
The Chartists
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The Chartists

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Lesson in a SOW looking at the Industrial Revolution and the impact it had on Britain Fully resourced, aimed at KS3, with stretch and challenge throughout
Soldiers of the Empire in World War Two
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Soldiers of the Empire in World War Two

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Lesson 7 in the ‘World War Two’ section of the SOW ‘An Age of Total War’. This lesson looks at soldiers of the Empire and their contribution to the second world war. Students look at the contribution from various members of the Empire, including Canada, The West Indies, India, Australia, New Zealand and Africa. Fully resourced and differentiated. Stretch and challenge throughout
The New Model Army
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The New Model Army

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Lesson 5 in a SOW on The Stuarts and the English Civil War Fully resourced and differentiated with stretch and challenge throughout Aimed at KS3 11-14
Henry III and Simon de Montfort
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Henry III and Simon de Montfort

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Henry III and Simon de Montfort Lesson 6 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ Lesson Objectives: Describe how Henry III and Edward I ruled England. Explain how the why the barons made the King agree to the Provisions of Oxford Judge the importance of Simon De Montfort. Judge if Henry’s reign saw the creation of the first real Parliament. Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
King John and Magna Carta
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King John and Magna Carta

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King John and Magna Carta Lesson 5 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ Lesson Objectives: Identify some facts about King John. Explain how he can be seen as being both a good and a bad king. Make your own judgement about which interpretation you agree with most. Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
Causes of World War Two
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Causes of World War Two

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Lesson 2 in the ‘World War Two’ section of the SOW ‘An Age of Total War’. This lesson looks at the long and short term causes of the Second World War, including: the breaking of the Treaty of Versailles; uniting Germany and Austria; revenge on France; Hitler’s hatred of Communism; gaining Polish land back for Germany; expanding the German army; Lebensraum; the Sudentenland; the invasion of Czechoslovakia; the invasion of Poland; Blitzkrieg Fully resourced and differentiated. Stretch and challenge throughout
The Harrying of the North
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The Harrying of the North

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The Harrying of the North Lesson 8 in a 11 part SOW on The Norman Conquest 1065 - 1087 Learning Objectives: To describe the events of the Harrying of the North To analyse and judge whether the Harrying of the North was successful in subjugating the English To develop our exam skills – in particular our interpretation skills Perfect for KS3 Stretch and challenge questions throughout Fully resourced Can be easily differentiated
The Rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party
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The Rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party

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Lesson 3 in the ‘Interwar Years’ section of the SOW ‘An Age of Total War’. This lesson looks in depth at the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party. It focuses on Hitler’s early life, how he took power and how a number of Nazi Party members helped him establish the Nazi Party into the force it became. Fully resourced and differentiated. Stretch and challenge throughout
Edward I and the Conquest of Wales and Scotland
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Edward I and the Conquest of Wales and Scotland

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Edward I and the Conquest of Wales Lesson 7 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ Lesson Objectives: Identify the reasons why Edward invaded Wales Identify the reasons why Edward invaded Wales and suggests links between the reasons Identify Edward’s reasons for invading Wales making links between reasons and evaluate the significance of these links Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
World War Two Turning Points
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World War Two Turning Points

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Lesson 6 in the ‘World War Two’ section of the SOW ‘An Age of Total War’. This lesson lfollows on from looking at Dunkirk, The Battle of Britain, The Blitz and the Nazi Soviet Pact. Focuses on the Battle of Midway, The Battle of Stalingrad and El Alamein. Fully resourced and differentiated. Stretch and challenge throughout
How did Britain benefit from the Slave Trade?
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How did Britain benefit from the Slave Trade?

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Sixth lesson in a SOW on Empire, Slavery and Rebellion 2nd lesson for the ‘Slavery’ part of the SOW. Looking at: How did Britain benefit economically Groups of people that benefitted New jobs that became available Impressive vocabulary - through the use of extended reading of an article Evaluate which group of people benefitted the most Could the Industrial Revolution have happened without the transatlantic slave trade? Fully resourced and differentiated Aimed at KS3 Can be bought in a bundle
The Welfare State and the NHS
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The Welfare State and the NHS

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The first lesson in a SOW looking at ‘Post War Britain’. Students examine what the ‘welfare state’ was and the problems facing Britain after the Second World War. They then examine the Beveridge Report and identify ways that the government solved the 5 ‘giant evils’. Students then analyse the creation of the NHS. Fully differentiated with stretch and challenge thoughout
Were the Americans justified to drop the Atomic Bomb?
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Were the Americans justified to drop the Atomic Bomb?

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Lesson 8 in the ‘World War Two’ section of the SOW ‘An Age of Total War’. This lesson looks at the relationship between America and Japan and the dropping of the Atomic bomb over Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Students complete an activity where they decide whether impacts related to the atomic bomb happened ‘within seconds’, ‘within months’, ‘within 5 years’ or 'still continuing. Students then look at a number of statements and decide whether they justify dropping the bomb or whether they don’t justify the dropping of the bomb. This then leads into an extended writing activity. Fully resourced and differentiated. Stretch and challenge throughout