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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. 👍
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.
Sukkot
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Sukkot

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A simple, yet effective, activity looking at the meaning of the Jewish festival of Sukkot. The activity looks at the religious meaning, and the symbolic traditions of the festival.
WJEC GCSE (Wales) Unit 1 Structure Strips (New Spec) Elizabeth, Depression, War & Recovery etc.
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WJEC GCSE (Wales) Unit 1 Structure Strips (New Spec) Elizabeth, Depression, War & Recovery etc.

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These are structure strips to aid pupils to successfully structure their answers for the Unit 1 exam. The theory is they glue a strip to the side of the page, and then follow the guidelines to help them get to grips of what each question demands for a good/high mark. Pupils then number code their answer. Teacher then marks the work and suggests lettered code(s) for improvement. The attached resources are for the Depression, War and Recovery Unit, but the headers on each strip can easily be edited for your specific unit title. The font colour will need to be darker for printing.
WJEC GCSE Depression Unit (for Depression, War and Recovery) New Specification (Wales)
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WJEC GCSE Depression Unit (for Depression, War and Recovery) New Specification (Wales)

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A revised version of my previous Depression, War and Recovery resources, catering for the requirements of the new specification (first exam in summer 2019). Two key questions here include: 1 What caused the Great Depression? (Competition from abroad, lack of investment, free trade, Wall Street Crash etc.) 2 How did people cope with the challenges of the 1930s? (Dole, Means Test, Hunger Marches, Special Areas Act, radio and cinema, new industries, contrast between old and new industry areas etc.) All 5 exam questions are covered at least once in the resources. All have reference to success criteria/structure strips to aid pupils understanding of the requirements. DIRT improvement codes included too. The actual structure strips will need to be purchased as an addition to this resource. All images are, as far as I’m aware, from google images (free to use). Those images that I’m aware are not, have been deleted - ready for you to insert the relevant picture.
Assessment and Marking. WJEC GCSE History Generic Mark Schemes for Unit 2 (EDUQAS adaptable)
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Assessment and Marking. WJEC GCSE History Generic Mark Schemes for Unit 2 (EDUQAS adaptable)

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A generic set of mark schemes for the Unit 2 paper on Elizabethan Age, Germany in Transition, Russia in Revolution and USA a nation of contrasts. All 5 exam style questions are included. All mark schemes have been subdivided into their relevant Assessment Objectives. All mark schemes have been designed to provide an element of self assessment, and coded improvements (DIRT). Any images associated with this resource have been accessed via Google images labelled for reuse.
Moses and the Exodus
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Moses and the Exodus

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A popular resources asking pupils to explore a religious story, and then recreate it in a creative way, e.g. writing, orally, expressive arts, ICT etc. All images within the powerpoint have been accessed via Google images labelled for reuse.
Random card pick generator - all subjects/time saver!
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Random card pick generator - all subjects/time saver!

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Tired of having to type in the names of pupils into a power point when wanting to pick a random pupil to answer a question etc., and then having to do the whole process again with the names of a different class? With this power point , you have a universal name picker generator! All you need is a pack of cards - share them out amongst the pupils, play the power point slide, press pause, and whichever card is displayed, the pupil with that card will have to answer, or whatever. Saves a lot of time.
Battle of Bosworth Vocab Mat
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Battle of Bosworth Vocab Mat

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A vocabulary mat to help pupils write their answer to the question: Why did Henry Tudor win the Battle of Bosworth? This would work well with my Bosworth resource.
Russia in Transition, c.1905-1917 WJEC (Wales) and EDUQAS
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Russia in Transition, c.1905-1917 WJEC (Wales) and EDUQAS

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A selection of resources looking at the key events between c.1905-1917, including: 1. Russia in 1894 - problems, autocracy and opposition 2. 1905 Revolution - causes, events, consequences 3. Impact of WWI 4. Provisional Government - March-September 1917 5. Bolshevik Revolution, October 1917
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.
Russia in Transition, c.1905-1924 WJEC Wales and EDUQAS 1894-1914
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Russia in Transition, c.1905-1924 WJEC Wales and EDUQAS 1894-1914

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A selection of resources focusing on the 1905 Revolution, including: 1. Causes of the Revolution (long/short term) - fishbone task 2. The events of January to September 1905 3. October Manifesto 4. Fundamental Laws 5. How far had the Tsar's power been weakened in the years between 1894 and 1914? Exam type questions (Wales version) with success criteria/coded marking linked to the WJEC mark scheme included.
How did Hitler cause WWII?
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How did Hitler cause WWII?

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Using a mnemonic (Remember Rudolph Ate Santa's Christmas Pudding) pupils look at the key events between 1933 and 1939 that lead to war. Useful cartoon on youtube to aid learning.
Impact of the Black Death: numeracy and RUCSAC tasks
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Impact of the Black Death: numeracy and RUCSAC tasks

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What impact did the Black Death have on the British Isles? Pupils are asked to make a basic line graph showing the development of the British population between 1200 and 1600, with a focus on 1348-1350. Numeracy questions and RUCSAC task 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
Why did the Spanish Armada attack? Emojis
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Why did the Spanish Armada attack? Emojis

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A fun activity looking at the reasons Philip II and Elizabeth I became enemies in the years 1558-1588. Slide 2 refers to a textbook I use, but you could easily change the slide with any book/worksheet you may use. Pupils must then link their knowledge to the emojis, and try to make connections between them. Worked well with my classes.