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*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Women (Edexcel A-Level Hsitory)
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*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Women (Edexcel A-Level Hsitory)

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This is the first lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Mao's China 1949 - 1976. This series of lessons covers Key Topic four: Social and Cultural Changes 1949 - 1976. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook "Communist States in the Twentieth Century " (Bunce, 2015 - Hodder) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Evaluate prior knowledge about the situation in China across the time period. * Investigate the position of women in Chinese society before 1949. * Use quotations from Mao to try and identify he attitude towards women in society. * Investigate CPC propaganda about the changing position of women in China. * Identify and evaluate changes that were actually made for women after 1949 and begin to evaluate their effect. This lesson is based on a double lesson (100 minutes) but could easily be broken up into a number of smaller lessons. Please go to my shop (click on my username above) for more free and premium History lessons. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
*Full Lesson* Introduction to Slavery
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*Full Lesson* Introduction to Slavery

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This is the first lesson from a scheme of work about the Atlantic Slave Trade. The lesson is a general introduction about slavery throughout History and most activities are discussion based on pupil response to images and pictures of slavery. The lesson includes: * Discussion of the nature and purpose of slaver. * Discuss on the types of slavery that had existed through time. * Picture source analysis This lesson is ready to teach with all resources included in the power point. The whole scheme of work (7 full lessons) is also available for £5. Click on my username to see the rest of my resources. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review.
*Full Lesson* Slavery: The Middle Passage
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*Full Lesson* Slavery: The Middle Passage

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This is the fourth lesson in a scheme of work about the Atlantic Slave Trade. This lesson in particular focuses on the middle passage and conditions for slaves on the ships. This lesson includes - * Discussion of the conditions for slaves on the slave ships. * Source analysis activity for pupils to gather information about the conditions on the slave ships. * Source activity looking at the usefulness and reliability of sources explaining aspects of the middle passage. The whole scheme of work (7 lessons) is available to buy for £5. Click on my username to see the rest of my resources.
* Two Full Lessons* The Tudors: The Spanish Armada
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* Two Full Lessons* The Tudors: The Spanish Armada

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This pack contains the sixth and seventh lessons in a scheme of work about the Tudors. The scheme of work is directed towards year 7 but could easily be adapted for KS1, KS2 or other year levels. The focus of this lesson is on investigating the reasons for and failure of the Spanish Armada. During these lessons pupils will: First Lesson: - Complete an ISM task to identify what happened in 1588. - Evaluate the key reasons (MEERPS) for Phillip sending the Spanish Armada to invade England. - Analyse and evaluate the Spanish plan of attack and English plan of defence and use this evidence to decide who they think would win . Second Lesson: - Listen to Elizabeth's speech at Tilbury and suggest how much impact it might have. - Use inference to try and identify the main reasons why the Spanish Armada failed. - Investigate what actually happened to the Armada - Begin as assessment task/essay evaluating and prioritising the main reasons for the failure of the Armada. This lesson is ready to teach and the power point includes all necessary resources. If you buy this resource, please leave a review. Check out my shop (click on my username above) for other free and premium History resources.
*Full Lesson* Gordon, Kitchener and Sudan (Edexcel A-Level History)
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*Full Lesson* Gordon, Kitchener and Sudan (Edexcel A-Level History)

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This is the fourth lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the fifth depth study: The Nile Valley, 1882–98. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all resources in the power point. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During this lesson, pupils will: * Use images to recap reasons why the British were involved in Egypt and Sudan in the late 19th Century. * Re-evaluate Gordon's mission to Sudan based on the discussion from the end of the last lesson, pupils to find evidence from the text to support ideas behind the motives for Gordon's actions in Sudan. * Use images and written sources to evaluate the character of Kitchener and compare and contrast him with Gordon. * Use information from the text to create a profile of Kitchener. * Investigate Kitchener's actions in Sudan and its link with Gordon through source analysis. Evaluate Kitchener's dealings with the French and Mahiddist forces in Sudan. * Discuss the following statement in light of new learning from this lesson - “Gordon was successful in manipulating the government and media and in the end achieved what he wanted; British control over Sudan.” Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit.
*Full Lesson* The Battle of Hastings: What happened at Hastings
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*Full Lesson* The Battle of Hastings: What happened at Hastings

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This is the fourth lesson in a scheme of work about the Battle of Hastings. The lessons are aimed towards year 7 but could easily be adapted for other year levels. This lesson is ready to go and includes all resources. During this lesson, pupils will: - Complete a thinking activity to decide where Godwinson should place his men on the battlefield. - Use the Bayuex Tapestry as a primary source to identify the key events of the Battle of Hastings. - What a video to reinforce the work from the Bayuex Tapestry about the key events of the Battle of Hastings. - Begin to suggest why William won the Battle of Hastings. This lesson is also avaliable in a bundle with all of the lessons in the Battle of Hastings scheme for £6 (or £1 a lesson). Make sure to click on my username above to look at the rest of my resources. Please leave a review if you buy . Thanks
*6 Full Lessons* Battle of Hastings 1066
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*6 Full Lessons* Battle of Hastings 1066

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This bundle contains six full lessons of a scheme of work about the Battle of Hastings. The lessons included in the bundle are: Lesson 1: Claimant to the Throne Lesson 2: The Battle of Stamford Bridge Lesson 3: Battle of Hastings Soldiers Lesson 4: What happened at Hastings Lesson 5: Battle of Hastings assessment Lesson 6: Why did William win the Battle of Hastings. All lessons are ready to go and include all necessary resources. Click on my username above to see the rest of my resources. If you buy this bundle, please make sure to leave a review. Thanks
*Full Lesson* Superpower Relations and the Cold War: Capitalism vs Communism (Edexcel 9-1 History)
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*Full Lesson* Superpower Relations and the Cold War: Capitalism vs Communism (Edexcel 9-1 History)

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This is an introductory lesson for a scheme of work covering the new Superpower Relations and the Cold War Edexcel GCSE History unit. The focus of the lesson is to introduce pupils to the capitalists and Communist ideologies and the key differences between them, pupils will also start to gain an understanding about some of the underlying causes of the Cold War. During this unit, pupils will: - Analyse and ISM showing the split between the Grand Alliance after the Second World War. - Be introduced to the content of the unit. - Complete an image analysis task to identify the difference between communism and capitalism. - Analyse American and Soviet propaganda criticising each other and their ideologies. - Complete a worksheet identifying the key differences between the two ideologies. - Complete a writing task giving opinions about the benefits and issues with each ideology. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all required resources with the power point. For more free and premium resources, please checkout my shop - click on my username above. If you buy this resources, please leave a review.
*Full Lesson*  Lesson 2:  Best place to build a castle.
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*Full Lesson* Lesson 2: Best place to build a castle.

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This is the second lesson of a scheme of work in about Medieval Castles. The focus of the lesson is to have pupils evaluate the best place to build a castle. During the lesson pupils will: - Pupils discuss why an important person such as a king might want to build a castle. - Analyse picture of Dover Castle and evaluate its position on a hill next to the coast. - Identify advantages and disadvantages of building a castle on top of a hill or in the middle of a forrest. - Complete a mapping activity to identify the best place to build a castle based on previous learning in the lesson. - Complete a PEA paragraph to explain their choice of position. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and resources needed. This lesson is aimed towards year seven but could be easily adapted for key stage 1 or 2. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review to tell me what you think.
*Full Lesson* Lesson 4: Canada- The impact of the Durham Report (Edexcel A-Level History)
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*Full Lesson* Lesson 4: Canada- The impact of the Durham Report (Edexcel A-Level History)

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This is the fourth lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the second depth study: Learning from past mistakes:Canada and the Durham Report, 1837 - 40 The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refers to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Investigate the character of the Earl of Durham and his early work in parliamentary reform. * Use source analysis to identify the reasons why Durham was chosen to deal with the Canadian situation * Investigate the actions taken by Durham in Canada and evaluate his reputation as a reformer and the reasons for the failure of the Canada mission. * Investigate and evaluate the impact of Durhams advisers Wakefield and Buller. * Decide if Durham deserves to be remembered as a reformer. * Evaluate British actions and decide if the way they dealt with Canada shows that they had learnt from their mistakes. Go to my shop for more free and premium history resources. (Click on my username above) If you buy this resource, please leave a review. Thanks
*Full Lesson* Causes of the Indian Rebellion (Edexcel A-Level History)
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*Full Lesson* Causes of the Indian Rebellion (Edexcel A-Level History)

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This is the fourth lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the fourth depth study: Nearly Losing and Empire: The British in India 1829 - 58. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Investigate ISM of Enfield rifles/cartridges as causes of the Sepoy rebellion. * Recap issues which might have led to a rebellion - including card sort * Use text to investigate the actions of Lord Dalhousie and his reforms in India. * Discuss weather Lord Dalhousie's blunders were the key cause of the rebellion. Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
*Full Lesson* Short Term Causes of the First World War
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*Full Lesson* Short Term Causes of the First World War

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This is the second lesson in a scheme of work about the First World War. The lesson focuses on the assasination of Franz Ferdinand in 1914. The lesson is aimed towards year 9 pupils but could easily be adapted for other year levels. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all required resources in the PowerPoint. During the lesson, Pupils will: * Complete a starter activity match up key words (Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism) from previous lessons to their definitions. * Try to suggest how Gavrilo Princip could be responsible for the start of the war based on a picture of him. * Piece together the basic story of the assasination of Franz Ferdinand based on limited information. * Watch a video to consolidate information about the assasination of Franz Ferdinand. * Consider and respond to the statement "The First World War was not inevitable. It was caused by a series of coincidences." * Complete a newspaper article outlining the key events of the assasination and its impact. Check out my shop (click on my user name above) to see more premium and free History lessons. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review and let me know what you think. Thanks
*Full Lesson* Reasons for British Occupation of Egypt (Edexcel A-Level History)
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*Full Lesson* Reasons for British Occupation of Egypt (Edexcel A-Level History)

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This is the first lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the fifth depth study: The Nile Valley, 1882–98. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook During this lesson, pupils will: *Compare maps from 1683 and 1800 to investigate the decline of the Ottoman Empire * Use ISMs to begin to identify why Egypt was significant to the British Empire * Watch a video about the development of the Suez Canal and its significance to world shipping and trade. * Use sources to investigate the British governments reasons for intervention and occupation in Egypt. * Identify the key reasons (MEERPS) for British occupation. * Analyse the reasons and make arguments about the most significant reason for British occupation. Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
*Full Lesson* The Roman Empire: Roman invasion of Britain
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*Full Lesson* The Roman Empire: Roman invasion of Britain

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This is the fourth lesson of a scheme of work covering the Roman Empire. The aim of the lesson is to investigate and evaluate the main reasons for the Roman Invasion of Britain. During the lesson pupils will: - Brainstom reasons why the British might want to invade Britain. - Complete a card sort to evaluate the main reasons why the Romans invaded Britain. - Write a PEA paragraph prioritising the reasons for the invasion of Britain. - Complete an empathy based task to suggest how the British might feel about the invasion. This lesson is aimed towards year seven but could be easily adapted for key stage 1 or 2. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all the resources needed. if you buy this lesson, please leave a review to tell me what you think. Categories
*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Removal of opposition
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*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Removal of opposition

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This is the sixth lesson in a series of six covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Mao's China 1949 - 1976. This series of lessons covers Key Topic One: Establishing Communist Rule 1949 - 1957. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook "Communist States in the Twentieth Century " (Bunce, 2015 - Hodder) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. This power point contains 14 slides and could potentially be divided into two lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Identify the groups regarded as threats by Mao and the communist party. * Research one method of removal of opposition and develop a poster presentation to teach the rest of the class. * Investigate the key points of the Hundred Flowers Campaign and subsequent Anti-Rightists campaign. * Complete an essay assessment task. The first lesson in this scheme of work is available for free and all 6 lessons in the scheme of work are available for £5 in my shop. (Click on my username above) If you buy, please review.
*Full Lesson* Life in Medieval England
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*Full Lesson* Life in Medieval England

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This is the first lesson of a scheme of work investigating Life in Medieval Times, the Medieval Church and the Black Death. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and resources needed. During the lesson pupils will: - Identify what they already know about life in Medieval England. - Complete a true or false activity to test their knowledge about life during the period. - Complete an image analysis to understand the types of structures that might exist in a medieval village. - Complete an emotive task to try and understand what it might be like to live in a medieval village. - Complete a card sort to identify the key aspects of life during the period - Compare modern homes to medieval huts. There are quite a few activities in this lesson so it might be best to split it over two lessons. This lesson is aimed towards year seven but could be easily adapted for key stage 1 or 2. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all the resources needed. if you buy this lesson, please leave a review to tell me what you think.
*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Changes in Culture and Religion (Edexcel A-Level History)
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*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Changes in Culture and Religion (Edexcel A-Level History)

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This is the sixth lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Mao's China 1949 - 1976. This series of lessons covers Key Topic four: Social and Cultural Changes 1949 - 1976. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook "Communist States in the Twentieth Century " (Bunce, 2015 - Hodder) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Pupils will investigate the changes in culture and the 8 allowed performances in China under the communists. * Use the text to investigate the role of Jiang Qing in culture during this period. * Discuss communist attitudes towards religion. * Investigate the proposals towards religion in the Common Program for China and discuss in terms of communist attitudes towards religion. * Use the information from the text to create short presentations about how different religions were treated by the communists during this period. * Discuss if the CPC dealt "effectively" with religion in China. This lesson is based on a double lesson (100 minutes) but could easily be broken up into a number of smaller lessons. Please go to my shop (click on my username above) for more free and premium History lessons. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Education in Mao's China (Edexcel A-Level History)
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*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Education in Mao's China (Edexcel A-Level History)

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This is the fourth lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Mao's China 1949 - 1976. This series of lessons covers Key Topic four: Social and Cultural Changes 1949 - 1976. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook "Communist States in the Twentieth Century " (Bunce, 2015 - Hodder) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Discuss the general purpose and benefits of education for the individual and state. * Interpret quotations and sources from Mao to infer his attitude towards education. * Complete a card sort activity to identify the key features of education in China before 1949. * Use CPC propaganda to identify the educational priorities after 1949. * Write a speech from Mao outlining the key educational priorities of the Communists. * Use information from the text about educational reforms made by the Communists in China in the 1950s. * Debate the successes and failures of educational reforms and the impact of the Great Leap Forward. This lesson is based on a double lesson (100 minutes) but could easily be broken up into a number of smaller lessons. Please go to my shop (click on my username above) for more free and premium History lessons. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
*Full Lesson* Lesson 2: Dolchstoss and the Treaty of Versailles
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*Full Lesson* Lesson 2: Dolchstoss and the Treaty of Versailles

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This is the second lesson in a scheme of work for the new GCSE Edexcel unit: Weimar and Nazi Germany 1919 - 1939 however this could easily be adapted for other exam boards and specifications. This lesson serves introduces the concept of Dolchstoss and evaluates the impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany after the First World War. This lesson is ready to teach and contains all resources needed. During this lesson pupils will: * Investigate the German military situation at the end of the First World War. * Watch a video to identify and evaluate the main reasons for Germany loosing the First World War. * Complete source analysis to define the key points of the stab in the back theory/Dolchstoss and discuss the attitudes of German soldiers at the end of the war. * Complete a card sort and watch a video to identify the main terms of the Treaty of Versailles. * Complete a writing task to prioritise and evaluate the impact of the Treaty of Versailles. * Complete a source analysis (cartoon) to evaluate German attitudes towards the Treaty of Versailles and discuss the concept of Diktat. * Complete a 12 mark exam question (homework) with a partial model answer. This lesson was designed for a 100 minute double lesson but could easily be broken up. If you buy this lesson please leave a review. Thanks
The Spy Game - Background to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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The Spy Game - Background to the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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This lesson introduces pupils to the spying aspect of the Cold War with a particular emphasis on the Cuban Missile Crisis. During the lesson, pupils work in groups to evaluate different scenarios and present courses of action that America could take. In their groups pupils will: * Give suggestions of the best way to use the U2 spy plane against the USSR * Analyse spy plane photos of Soviet Missile Sites in Cuba * Consider different courses of action and advise JFK on what he should do about the missiles. *Hot-seat a briefing for JFK and what decision he should take. All resources needed for the lesson are on the power point and I have included brief notes on the slide to advice as to the best way to use them. I have used this lesson for many years (including during an outstanding observation) with great success. I have uploaded all 17 lessons from this Cold War scheme of work and they are available to purchase for £5. (Click on my user name to see all of my resources.)