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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. 👍
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.
Saint David's Day Challenge (form time idea)
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Saint David's Day Challenge (form time idea)

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A simple resource to promote Saint David’s Day and aspects of Welsh culture/History during form time. This resource includes a Welsh and English version. The idea is to encourage pupils to write their answers on post-it notes. Best to print this resource onto at least A3 and laminate.
Henry VIII and the Acts of Union with Wales
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Henry VIII and the Acts of Union with Wales

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A two lesson pack (L1 and L2 on the ppt). L1 - Why did Henry VIII want the Acts of Union? A task where pupils consider the different factors behind wanting the Acts. Pupils show their understanding by annotating the factor wheel after categorising the information on the worksheet. Pupils must also consider which factor was the most important (using the PEE formula). L2 - What were the effects of the Acts of Union? A market place activity where pupils find the different effects the Acts have (e.g. on how Wales was governed, how lawlessness was tackled, opportunities and impact on culture). Pupils should also consider if the Acts were a good thing for Wales.
"Dr. Livingstone I presume?" - Should Denbigh have a statue to honour H M Stanley?
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"Dr. Livingstone I presume?" - Should Denbigh have a statue to honour H M Stanley?

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A resource to develop pupils understanding of how and why people have different interpretations of events, or in this case, individuals in History. Pupils watch a news bulletin from 2010 to find out about the basics of what H M Stanley did, and to realise people have different opinions of what this man achieved. Differentiated tasks provide challenge towards the higher ability range. This has proven very successful and popular with my classes. This could also be adapted easily for Primary school pupils. Enjoy!