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The History Resources Hub

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Hello, and welcome to my resource shop. I aim to create original resources for KS3, GCSE and AS/A2. I also aim to provide resources on the less obvious, mainstream topics and bring in elements of the LNF. I have 20 years experience as a History teacher, and 15 years as HoD. Have a look around and grab a bargain! 😄 Please leave an honest rating on any resources you may buy. 👍

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Hello, and welcome to my resource shop. I aim to create original resources for KS3, GCSE and AS/A2. I also aim to provide resources on the less obvious, mainstream topics and bring in elements of the LNF. I have 20 years experience as a History teacher, and 15 years as HoD. Have a look around and grab a bargain! 😄 Please leave an honest rating on any resources you may buy. 👍
Cootie Catcher 8 question revision task (ICT Template in Word)
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Cootie Catcher 8 question revision task (ICT Template in Word)

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A Word adaptable Cootie Catcher. A fun resource to help pupils think of 8 key questions and answers to a specific topic. This Word template requires pupils to type their questions and answers following the prompts. I've also attached an exemplar on the Gunpowder Plot. Enjoy!
Jack the Ripper Victims Numeracy Tasks
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Jack the Ripper Victims Numeracy Tasks

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A resource designed to develop numeracy skills, e.g. creating discrete graphs, analysis of graphs, map work (including measuring to scale), calculating speed etc. A fun lesson blending aspects of History, Numeracy and Geography.
LNF - KS3 Reading Across the Curriculum
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LNF - KS3 Reading Across the Curriculum

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Three resources (one for Yrs7, 8 and 9) to aid teachers in assessing specific reading strands within the LNF. The documents have coloured boxes (easily removed when purchased) which refer to the following methodology: Year 7: Red Box – Element (Locating, selecting and using information) > Aspect (Reading strategies) > assess the quality and reliability of information on web pages, considering its origins and verifying accuracy. Green Box – Element (Responding to what has been read) > Aspect (Comprehension) > read with concentration texts, on screen and on paper, that are new to them, and understand the information in them and select the main points from texts. Purple box – Element (Responding to what has been read) >Aspect (Response and analysis) > distinguish between facts, theories and opinions and evaluate the content, presentation and appeal of a text. Year 8: Red Box – Element (Locating, selecting and using information) > Aspect (Reading strategies) > be selective about which internet sources to download or quote depending on their reliability and relevance . Green Box – Element (Responding to what has been read) > Aspect (Comprehension) > read with concentration texts, on-screen and on paper, that are new to them, understand the information in them and locate and selectively use additional information and evidence from different sources. Purple box – Element (Responding to what has been read) >Aspect (Response and analysis) > identify different views of a topic and any areas of agreement and contradiction and evaluate texts in terms of quality and level of interest. Year 9: Red Box – Element (Locating, selecting and using information) > Aspect (Reading strategies) > make full but selective use of the internet to update, broaden and deepen understanding of information, ideas and issues. Green Box – Element (Responding to what has been read) > Aspect (Comprehension) > read with concentration texts, on-screen and on paper, that are new to them, and understand the information in them, and follow up and use additional material in texts to extend understanding.
THE ULTIMATE Takeaway Homework menu (generic for all subjects) with QR codes
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THE ULTIMATE Takeaway Homework menu (generic for all subjects) with QR codes

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A stylish Takeaway Homework Menu for (almost) all subjects! QR code sheet will take you direct to specific worksheets to enable pupils to produce quality Starters, Mains and Deserts (help with their organisation and communication and IT skills) Starters include: Tweet Your Knowledge Word Search Mains include: What's In A Word? Factor Wheel Deserts include: What's in his/her Head? Fakebook (IT and handwritten version) Biography Poster Report and Cootie Catcher These have proven really successful and popular with my pupils. Colleagues have also used these ideas and value them as they provide pupils with different homework tasks. Adaptable word doc to change the name of the menu etc. I have inserted ?????? to highlight where subject specific words/topics are that need replacing to make the menu more relevant to your department. Remember, it's not just the menu you purchase here, but also access to printable online/downloadable resources (via QR codes). Enjoy!