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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. 👍
Why did the Bolsheviks win the Russian Civil War?
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Why did the Bolsheviks win the Russian Civil War?

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An activity to help students categorise the reasons behind the Bolshevik victory. Included is a revision ppt. activity (called What's in a Word) to stretch and challenge their understanding. Also includes a revision/planned answer sheet to answer the key question. Useful for GCSE and AS/A2.
European History, c.1890-1939 - A level bundle
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European History, c.1890-1939 - A level bundle

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A series of A level resources looking at: 1. Origins of WWI - militarism, alliances, imperialism, nationalism and Social Darwinism 2. The Paris Peace Conference 3. Post-War rivalry and reconciliation, 1918-1929 4. League of Nations 5. Origins of WWII - including the foreign policies of the dictators and appeasement.
The Luddites and Captain Swing
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The Luddites and Captain Swing

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Two tasks: Task 1 - Reading and comprehension task on the Luddites and Captain Swing. Basic sorting activity, followed by a creative threatening letter writing task. Task 2 - Interpretations. Were the Luddites right to protest violently? Two historian opinions for pupils to tackle and consider the facts that may have influenced their opinions.
Russia in Transition, c.1905-1924 WJEC (Wales) and EDUQAS 1914-Oct 1917
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Russia in Transition, c.1905-1924 WJEC (Wales) and EDUQAS 1914-Oct 1917

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A selection of resources focusing on the events between 1914 and October 1917, including: 1. Impact of the Great War 2. The events of January to March 1917 3. The Provisional Government 4. Lenin and the April Theses 5. The October Revolution? Exam type questions (Wales version) with success criteria/coded marking linked to the WJEC mark scheme included.
How did Hitler transform Germany into a dictatorship?
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How did Hitler transform Germany into a dictatorship?

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Resources focussing on how Hitler transformed Germany from a democratic republic into a Nazi dictatorship. Pupils look at the features of democracies and dictatorships. Timeline cards of the key events in the transformation into a Nazi dictatorship (from Jan 1933 to Aug 1934) referring to Reichstag Fire, Enabling Act, Night of the Long Knives etc. Ppt and worksheets provided
Jack the Ripper Victims Numeracy Tasks
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Jack the Ripper Victims Numeracy Tasks

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A resource to develop numeracy skills, e.g. creating discrete graphs, analysis of graph usefulness, using a scale on a map, calculating speed etc. Questions are designed to cover aspects of the Numeracy Framework.
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!
The Provisional Government in Russia (Feb to Oct 1917) - A level resource pack.
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The Provisional Government in Russia (Feb to Oct 1917) - A level resource pack.

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Resources looking at the problems facing the Provisional Government following the abdication of the Tsar in February 1917. Resources refer to continued involvement in WWI, Dual Power, Lenin's April Theses, the rise (and fall) of the Bolsheviks between March and July 1917, the July Days, Kornilov Affair etc. Significance of events considered.
Paint a portrait for Elizabeth I
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Paint a portrait for Elizabeth I

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Paint a portrait of Elizabeth I. Examples of original paintings and their meanings found on the ppt. Success criteria for portrait and meaning/symbolism provided. Will you please the Queen? Or will it be a case of "off with your head"?
WJEC How did Hitler cause WWII?
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WJEC How did Hitler cause WWII?

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A number of resources looking at: Hitler's foreign policy aims (and overview) Why Britain appeased Nazi Germany Munich Agreement Britain's preparations for war
WJEC Recovery post WWII - the Labour Reforms
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WJEC Recovery post WWII - the Labour Reforms

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A number of resources looking at: The condition of Britain in 1945 Why Labour won the election of 1945 Tackling the 5 Giants - the Labour social reforms Nye Bevan and the NHS Nationalisation Why Labour lost the 1951 election
The death of William Rufus
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The death of William Rufus

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A murder mystery into the death of William Rufus in 1100. Pupils analyse suspect cards to come up with their own theory on what happened to him, and who was/were responsible.
The Battle of Stamford Bridge
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The Battle of Stamford Bridge

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A resource looing at the causes, events and outcome of the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Chronology, cartoon strip and Gimme 5 tasks included.
Be Tsar Nicholas II - what would you have done in his position?
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Be Tsar Nicholas II - what would you have done in his position?

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A role play activity looking at the problems, possible solutions, and actions of Tsar Nicholas II. Pupils consider what they would have done if they were in the Tsar's position, and are awarded points for their choices (and compare their scores to the Tsar's score). Will your pupils do a better job, and avoid a revolution?
Should Elizabeth I execute Mary, Queen of Scots? A persuasive writing activity (LNF)
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Should Elizabeth I execute Mary, Queen of Scots? A persuasive writing activity (LNF)

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A two lesson activity focussing on reasons behind executing (or not) Mary, Queen of Scots. Pupils learn the ingredients of successful persuasive writing and use this knowledge to assess and analyse a version of President Trump's inauguration speech in January 2017. Pupils self/peer assess their speeches using colour and the success criteria. NB: All images used have been obtained from free clipart sites.
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.