A set of notes on Henry VII's approach to trade and exploration during his reign. Includes key dates of Acts, Treaties and other legislation involving trade with foreign powers such as Burgundy, the Hanseatic League, Florence, Spain and France.
This detailed 33-page booklet is useful for those studying the Korean War as part of a History AS/A Level course. It includes details on the background to the war, the long term and short-term causes, the involvement of major powers - the interpretation of the war as another event within the larger scale picture of Cold War tensions between the USA and USSR. Also includes a timeline of events.
A Level analysis notes of the poem 'Long Finish' by Paul Muldoon, as part of the AQA A Level Love Through The Ages Specification (poem from the AQA Anthology).
Super detailed notes on context of the poem, poet and literary analysis.
A PowerPoint listing a selected few of the popular theories surrounding how occupation can affect an individual's language. This PowerPoint contains interesting points of view that link multiple theories that support or contradict each other together, which would be a useful help for the A2 English Language 'Evaluate' questions for paper 2. It also contains a select few practice essay questions: 'Discuss', and 'Evaluate' style questions.
This presentation is specific to the OCR GCSE Modern History B 2012 Specification J417, but is relevant to any GCSE study of the time period. It relates to Paper 2, the British Depth Study that involves 3 main Units between 1890 and 1918: The Liberal Reforms, Women's Suffrage and the Home Front.
This presentation covers the LIBERAL REFORMS AND FEMALE SUFFRAGE UNITS (does not include the Home Front unit). It is a highly detailed, 40 slide power point that explores key ideas of cause, consequence, change and continuity.
There is also a timeline summary of the key women's suffrage events.
PowerPoint listing a selected few of the popular theories surrounding how gender an affect an individual's language. This PowerPoint contains interesting points of view that link multiple theories that support or contradict each other together, which would be a useful help for the A2 English Language 'Evaluate' questions for paper 2. Covers the Deficit, Dominance, Difference and Similarities models, and more. It also contains a select few practice essay questions: 'Discuss', and 'Evaluate' style questions.
This includes a set of 5-page detailed stanza-by-stanza analysis, sheets on the context of the poem (author context and literary era/historical context), extra notes/background and a summary/theme sheet.
This PowerPoint provides the social context of when the first Tudor monarch, Henry VII, came to the throne in 1485. Includes a social hierarchy and examines the significance of the Church within English society at this time
A chronological revision timeline of major events during Henry VII's reign. Events are colour coded to distinguish events that were related to securing the dynasty, securing Henry's own thrown, foreign policy events, economic problems and events related to modernising England.
A useful summary that will help student understanding of thematical concepts during this time period.
Document contains bullet-point explanations of the main factors that caused Cardinal Wolsey to lose King Henry VIII's confidence by 1529, shortly before his fall from power, arrest and death. The main four factors include Wolsey's failure to obtain an annulment from the Pope for Henry, his failures in English foreign policy, his personal reputation and the role of the Boleyn faction in Wolsey losing the King's favour.
Notes developed according to the Edexcel International GCSE Chemistry Specification, but are useful for most GCSE Chemistry specifications (note: Equilibrium and acid theory is explored in far more detail than AQA or Edexcel GCSE require, but everything else is relevant).
Ion tests for a large range of ions, and does include tests for some non-ionic substances (H2O, CO2, H2)
Reactivity series and metals is detailed, including reactions of metals with acids, metal oxides with acids, metals with water, metals with steam, metal carbonates and acids and metal hydroxides with acids.
This bundle contains several documents with practice questions on C1.2, C1.3, C1.5, C1.6 and C1.7 topics. It also includes a long, exam-style paper on organic chemistry practice questions (cracking, fractional distillation, hydrogenation, emulsions, fats and oils, hydrocarbons, fuels, combustion etc)
A huge revision PowerPoint of this entire unit. The OCR specification has 2 papers: this refers to Paper 1: International Relations, where there is one section on Nazi Germany. It is still very useful for other GCSE specifications of Nazi Germany.
At the end of the 107 slide PowerPoint there are 4,6, and 10 mark practice questions that are specific to the OCR exam only, but will still make useful revision. This PowerPoint is super detailed, with A* analysis of concepts such as causation, consequence, change and effectiveness.
Key questions include:
Was the Weimar Republic doomed from the start?
• How did Germany emerge from defeat in the First World War?
• What was the economic and political impact of the Treaty of Versailles on the Weimar Republic?
• To what extent did the Republic recover after 1923?
• What were the achievements of the Weimar period?
Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1933?
• What did the Nazi Party stand for in the 1920s?
• Why did the Nazis have little success before 1930?
• Why was Hitler able to become Chancellor by 1933?
• How did Hitler consolidate his power in 1933?
How effectively did the Nazis control Germany, 1933–1945?
• How much opposition was there to the Nazi regime?
• How effectively did the Nazis deal with their political opponents?
• How did the Nazis use culture, propaganda and the mass media to control the people?
• Why did the Nazis persecute many groups in German society?
What was it like to live in Nazi Germany?
• What was the purpose of the Hitler Youth?
• How successful were Nazi policies towards women and the family?
• Were most people better off under Nazi rule?
• How did the coming of war change life in Germany?
This resource was made according to the OCR GCSE Modern History B 2012 Specification J417, but is relevant to any GCSE study of the Cold War. It is 82 Slides long: very useful and extremely detailed (A* level analysis of events)
The nuclear arms race
Review of end of WW2
Yalta and Potsdam Conferences 1945
Conflict in Europe post WW2
Events in Germany including the Berlin Blockade
NATO and the Warsaw Pact
Containment/ The Domino Theory
Then an interlude of critical analysis on the key question of where the responsibility for the start of the Cold War lies. Many pieces of evidence for the Orthodox, Revisionist, Post-Revisionist and Post-1991 arguments are presented.
Cuba's communist revolution: Bay of Pigs invasion
The Cuban Missile Crisis
The war in Vietnam.
Then finally, there is a collection of practice 4 and 6 mark questions (SPECIFIC TO OCR MARK SCHEMES, but still useful for revision)