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25 years of experience as Assistnt Head; Head of Humanities and AST for history. Resources generally for KS3-KS5 history, some that can be used as English resources, and some politics/citizenship resources

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25 years of experience as Assistnt Head; Head of Humanities and AST for history. Resources generally for KS3-KS5 history, some that can be used as English resources, and some politics/citizenship resources
A LEVEL - HENRY VIII'S FOREIGN POLICY
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A LEVEL - HENRY VIII'S FOREIGN POLICY

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These lessons were created for AQA history A Level unit 1C, however can be used for any post 16 study of the Tudors. There are about 5 or 6x 1 hour lessons included in this power point, and they provide the opportunity for historical investigation into the three distinct periods of Henry VIII’s foreign policy and his attempts to secure the succession. It contains a variety of teacher led and student led learning opportunities culminating in a judgment regarding the success of Henry VIII’s foreign policy.
HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY ASSEMBLY
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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY ASSEMBLY

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This assembly has been created for Holocaust Memorial Day. It starts by putting into perspective the sheer number of people murdered in the genocide by focusing on the figure 6,000,000 in real terms. It then considers how intolerance; racism and prejudice escalates and eventually can lead to genocide - testimonies of survivors are used to capture this. Have we learnt from the Holocaust? No - map of genocides around the world since the Holocaust. The assembly then moves onto the theme of resistance - what happens when people don’t speak out - clip of Marin Niemoller’s poem. The assembly end with the discussion of what can happen when people do act resist with a focus on Oskar Schindler - last 5 minutes of Schindle’s list included so that students can reflect on how many lives can be saved when people bravely resist brutality. Duration: 30 minutes, but can be adapted if you don’t have this much time. Suitable for KS3 - KS5
COMMUNISM VS CAPITALISM
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COMMUNISM VS CAPITALISM

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This is a second resource (first one Atomic Bomb) that I have made for a year 9 SOLbut can also be used for GCSE. It would take 2x1 hour lessons to deliver. The first hour is about the situation in 1945 in Europe and an introduction to ideologies, The students are required to demonstrate their understanding of communism and capitalism through matching statements and images to the correct ideologies. The second hour is a differentiated empathy game where the students take on the roles of characters in the USA and USSR and discuss their situation with each other filling in a grid as they go. This is fully resources. The resources are in the download.
GCSE 9-1 MIGRANTS IN BRITAIN.  CAUSES OF MIGRATION IN THE MEDIEVAL ERA LESSONS AND 79 PAGE WORKBOOK
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GCSE 9-1 MIGRANTS IN BRITAIN. CAUSES OF MIGRATION IN THE MEDIEVAL ERA LESSONS AND 79 PAGE WORKBOOK

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This bundle contains 4 lessons on the causes of migration in Medieval England. Each lesson focuses on one group of migrants, and then compares and contrasts the causes of migration using a variety of activities/clips. They also focus on the different question-types which are modeled, and there are opportunities for peer and self assessment. Duration: 1 hour per lesson. This bundle also includes a 79 page workbook (space for answers included) which is aimed at helping students understand the assessment requirements for the new EDEXCEL Migrants in Britain breadth study. It contains: A course outline The EDEXCEL generic mark scheme for reference Instructions on how to answer each question type with explanations of the AOs and how to gain the marks for each A sample answer for each question-type with commentary on where the marks are gained Practice questions for each question type (8 for questions 1 and 3, and 4 for questions 2; 4 and 5/6) A glossary area where students can record key terminology with definitions to help maximise SPaG marks This can be used as a single document to keep all assessments together and it addresses the lack of sample questions available for the new option. It can also be used as evidence for predicted grades (or TAGs if that becomes necessary). Printing costs can be reduced by either sharing with students online, or by removing the pages for writing and asking students to write the answers in their books.
THE CHRISTMAS STORY WORDSEARCH AND QUIZ
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THE CHRISTMAS STORY WORDSEARCH AND QUIZ

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Fun end of term activity for tutorial or religious studies lesson at Christmas time. Find the answers to 15 questions about the nativity and then locate the words in a wordsearch. Useful for key stages 1-3. Would take between 20-40 minutes depending on age and ability.
A LEVEL - SOCIETY; REBELLION AND THE IMPACT OF RELIGIOUS CHANGE IN THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII
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A LEVEL - SOCIETY; REBELLION AND THE IMPACT OF RELIGIOUS CHANGE IN THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII

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These lessons have been created for unit 1C of the AQA History A Level. but are suitable for any post 16 tudor course. They start by looking at the structure of society in the reign of Henry VIII, followed by a focus on the key rebellions and their causes. The last part of the power point considers the social and economic impact that religious upheaval had on England and English society. This covers about 5 hours of learning.
AQA HISTORY A LEVEL UNIT 1C - THE WHOLE SECTION ON HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII
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AQA HISTORY A LEVEL UNIT 1C - THE WHOLE SECTION ON HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII

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This bundle contains all of the lessons complete with resources to enable you to teach the whole of the first year of the A Level History course. Each power point contains approximately 4/5 hours of learning, and are based on the study required for AQA Unit 1C for history A Level, but can be used for any post 16 study of the Tudors. No additional lesson planning would be needed for Year 12 - just use the resources and adapt to meet individual needs. This pack also includes fully comprehensive revision notes on Henry VII and Henry VIII
A LEVEL - WHY DID PRESIDENT JOHNSON ESCALATE THE WAR IN VIETNAM?
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A LEVEL - WHY DID PRESIDENT JOHNSON ESCALATE THE WAR IN VIETNAM?

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These lessons focus on President Johnson’s foreign policy with specific focus on his escalation of the war in Vietnam. It allows students to study source materials to reach judgements with regards to causation. These lessons take about 3 hours to teach and contain a variety of activities; video clips and opportunities for research and debate. It was made for the AQA American Dream A Level unit, but can be used for the post 16 study of post war USA for any examination board.
A LEVEL - HUMANISM AND THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MONASTERIES IN THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII
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A LEVEL - HUMANISM AND THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MONASTERIES IN THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII

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These lessons were created for A level history unit 1C on the AQA board, however are useful for any post 16 study of the Tudors. They give the students the opportunity to examine humanism and the Renaissance period, and continue with an in depth look into the dissolution of the monasteries with a focus on the findings in various monasteries around the country. Students have the opportunities to research and make judgments on various interpretations of history.
END OF TERM QUIZZES AND WORDSEARCHES FOR YEAR 8
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END OF TERM QUIZZES AND WORDSEARCHES FOR YEAR 8

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This resource contains 3 quizzes and word searches on Year 8 topics. The students have to find the words by filling in the gaps using their historical knowledge, and then locate them on the grid. The resource contains 3 quizzes/word searches: The Tudors The British Empire The English Civil War There are also 3 differentiated searches for lower prior attaining students where the letter at the beginning of each word is highlighted in the grid so that this becomes more of a heads and tails activity. I have found using these useful revision/extension/remote learning resources.
AQA HISTORY A LEVEL UNIT 1C - THE WHOLE SECTION ON HENRY VIII
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AQA HISTORY A LEVEL UNIT 1C - THE WHOLE SECTION ON HENRY VIII

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This bundle contains the complete section on Henry VIII complete with power points and associated resources. It covers: Government including Wolsey and Cromwell The historiography of Thomas Wolsey Henry’s foreign policy Society; rebellion and the impact of religious change on society and the economy The Elton Thesis Humanism and the dissolution of the monasteries The legacy of Henry VIII and the beginning of the mid Tudor crisis. Most lessons are based around the evaluation of interpretations of history as required by the assessment objectives. This also includes a fully comprehensive set of revision notes.
A LEVEL.  US FOREIGN POLICY 1945-76
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A LEVEL. US FOREIGN POLICY 1945-76

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This bundle contains fully resourced A Level lessons on the foreign policy of presidents Truman; Eisenhower; Kennedy; Johnson and Nixon. The first lesson also contains an introductory background to the USA in the context of 1945. All lessons are fully resourced and contain varied activities to support the preparation of students for success at A Level.
GCSE CRIME; PUNISHMENT AND POLICING REVISION CARDS
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GCSE CRIME; PUNISHMENT AND POLICING REVISION CARDS

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This contains 70 revision cards that can be cut out; laminated and used by students to revise either on their own or in pairs/groups the knowledge for crime; punishment and policing through time GCSE history. They have been colour-coded into different eras so that the eras can be revised separately or as a breadth study. Very useful for starters and plenaries.
A LEVEL - HAD THE AMERICAN DREAM BEEN ACHIEVED BY THE DEATH OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY?
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A LEVEL - HAD THE AMERICAN DREAM BEEN ACHIEVED BY THE DEATH OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY?

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This resource enquires into the relative prosperity of the USA by 1963 through a comparison with the presidencies of the previous post-war presidents. It also investigates youth culture; feminism and the new left. It contains a range of activities including the interrogation of contemporary source materials and the opportunity to write 2 exam style essays with structured plans and AFL for success. This has been created for AQA unit The American Dream, but is suitable for any A level board or higher attaining GCSE students. It would take about 3 hours to complete.
GCSE 9-1 MIGRANTS IN BRITAIN - THE CAUSES OF MIGRATION TO MEDIEVAL BRITAIN
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GCSE 9-1 MIGRANTS IN BRITAIN - THE CAUSES OF MIGRATION TO MEDIEVAL BRITAIN

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This bundle has been created for the new GCSE Edexcel 9-1 Breadth Study - Migrants in Britain. It contains the first 4 lessons for key topic 1 - Medieval Britain. Causes of migration. Each lesson examines the causes of a different group of migrants coming to England in the medieval period. They contain a variety of activities and relevant clip to aid learning. Each lesson includes the opportunity to start mastering the different examination question types through modeling and sharing criterion. Duration: Each lesson takes an hour to teach
COMPLETE SET OF REVISION  LESSONS FOR THE SKILLS AT GCSE
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COMPLETE SET OF REVISION LESSONS FOR THE SKILLS AT GCSE

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This bundle contains all of the lessons needed for revising the skills needed for the GCSE skills paper USA Conflict at Home and Abroad (Weimar and Nazi Germany also available). There are 5 lessons which focus on one skill per lesson: They are taught through the use of modeling; AFL and repetition in an attempt to embed each skill and maximise performance. Each power point is colourful and engaging, and easy to teach.
VE DAY LESSON AND ASSEMBLY
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VE DAY LESSON AND ASSEMBLY

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This resource was created to celebrate VE Day and is suitable for both primary and secondary school students. It can be used either as an assembly or a lesson or both. The first half of the presentation can be used as an assembly (approx 20 mins) or as an introduction to a lesson. It contains images; clips and explanations of the aftermath of World War 2 and why we celebrate VE day. If you are going to use it as a lesson you would present the introduction and use the rest of the powerpoint for an inferences and modeled evaluative writing task which is included in the second part of the presentation. The focus of the lesson is whether or not in light of the destruction caused in the Second World War we can really call it a ‘victory.’ The whole lesson would take approximately an hour to teach.
A LEVEL HISTORY - THE BATTLE OF BOSWORTH AND HENRY TUDOR'S CONSOLIDATION OF POWER
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A LEVEL HISTORY - THE BATTLE OF BOSWORTH AND HENRY TUDOR'S CONSOLIDATION OF POWER

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These lessons take approximately 5 hours to teach and are the introductory lessons to any A Level Tudors course, however were initially created for AQA Unit 1C. The resource is complete and contains all of the necessary resources for students to gain a good overview and detailed historiographical understanding into why Henry Tudor was able to gain power. They contain numerous activities all incorporated in the power point or as separate resources. The whole of Henry VII section is also available as a bundle either with or without revision resources. Other bundles this resource is incorporated into are Henry VII and VIII, or Henry VII; Henry VIII and the Mid Tudors. If you download this resource please could you help me by writing a couple of words about whether or not you found it useful to you? Many thanks.