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Changes in Policing after 1900 (Edexcel 9:1 Crime and Punishment)
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Changes in Policing after 1900 (Edexcel 9:1 Crime and Punishment)

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This is a full lesson covering the changes in policing in Britain after 1900. This lesson is designed for the Edexcel GCSE History course Crime and punishment in Britain, c1000–present course. The PowerPoint is ready to teach and contains all the resources needed. During this lesson pupils will: Complete an ISM task about the impact of Neighbourhood Watch Use images to analyse the differences and similarities between police officers from the 19th and 20th centuries. Investigate problems with the nature of policing during the 19th century. Complete a venn diagram to evaluate the impact of changes in science and technology during the 20th century. Investigate new organisation of the police force and add detail to the venn diagram. Complete an exam question to consolidate knowledge Briefly evaluate changing opinions about the death penalty and why it was abolished. Complete an exam question about the reason for the abolition of the death penalty (Possible homework Task) Check out my shop to find more History, Geography and Science resources. Please leave a review.
Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages (Edexcel 9:1)
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Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages (Edexcel 9:1)

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This is a full lesson covering change and continuity in crime and punishment between the Anglo-Saxon and Norman period and the Medieval period. This lesson is designed for the Edexcel GCSE History course Crime and punishment in Britain, c1000–present course. The PowerPoint is ready to teach and contains all the resources needed. During this lesson pupils will: Evaluate changes in society by the 13th and 14th centuries and the impact on crime and punishment. Recap some of the key features of crime and punishment in the Anglo-Saxon and Norman periods. Complete a series of activities to evaluate the impact of the Black Death on crime and punishment during the medieval period. Investigate and evaluate the Statute of Labourers (1351) and its impact on society. Investigate and evaluate the Laws against Heresy (1382, 1401, 1414) and their impact on society. Analyse the change and continuity in crime and punishment between the early and late medieval ages. Complete an exam question to consolidate learning. Check out my shop to find more History, Geography and Science resources. Please leave a review.
Anglo-Saxon Punishments (Crime and Punishment, Edexcel GCSE 9:1)
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Anglo-Saxon Punishments (Crime and Punishment, Edexcel GCSE 9:1)

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This is the second lesson in a series covering Anglo-Saxon Crime and punishment and an introduction lesson to the Edexcel GCSE History course Crime and punishment in Britain, c1000–present. The download for this lesson contains all the resources needed (one powerpoint and one video question sheet) and is ready to teach. During this lesson pupils will: Use an ISM of headless bodies found in Walkington Wold to make inferences about Anglo-Saxon punishments Discuss and identify purposes of punishment in response to crime. Match common crimes from the Anglo-Saxon period with appropriate punishments Evaluate weregild as an effective response to murder. Answer questions from a video covering crime and punishment in the Anglo-Saxon period. Complete and peer assess a four mark exam question Complete a homework task to create a wanted poster for an Anglo-Saxon criminal outlining common crimes and their punishments.
Anglo-Saxon Crime and Punishment (Edexcel GCSE History 9-1 Crime and Punishment)
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Anglo-Saxon Crime and Punishment (Edexcel GCSE History 9-1 Crime and Punishment)

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This is the first lesson in a series covering Anglo-Saxon Crime and punishment and an introduction lesson to the Edexcel GCSE History course Crime and punishment in Britain, c1000–present. The PowerPoint for this lesson contains all the resources needed and is ready to teach. During this lesson pupils will: Be introduced to the Crime and Punishment Course Discuss different categories of crime that will be discussed throughout the course (crimes against person, crimes against property and moral crimes.) Use information about the social situation in Anglo-Saxon Britain to identify the types of crimes that may have been committed in towns, villages and monasteries. Complete a card sort looking at the different factors involved in policing during the Anglo-Saxon period. Complete a 12-mark question to explain the factors involved in Anglo-Saxon policing. Peer assess and discuss the 12-mark question using the exam mark scheme.
Group 1: Alkali Metals (KS3 Chemistry) *Full Lesson*
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Group 1: Alkali Metals (KS3 Chemistry) *Full Lesson*

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This is a full lesson investigating the properties of group one metals/Alkali metals. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could easily be adapted for other key stages and year levels. This is designed for a 100 minute lesson but could be broken up into smaller parts. This is the second lesson in a series of lessons. The other lessons are also available here. Please note - This lesson contains a demonstration of alkali metals reacting with water so preparation will be needed for that. During the lesson, pupils will: Complete a do now task testing their knowledge using the periodic table (from the previous lesson in the series) Recap information from the previous lesson about the properties of metals and non-metals. Identify the periods and groups on a periodic table and what we can tell about an element by its position on the periodic table. Recap knowledge of structure of an atom and the importance of protons and neutrons. Identify the group one/Alkali metals on the periodic table. Make observations about the reaction between Lithium, Sodium and Potassium and water. Make predictions about the reaction of rubidium and caesium with water. Watch a video to see the reaction and compare it with predictions. Identify the relationship between the position in the group and the reactivity of a group one metal. Compare the properties of group one metals with other metals.
Metals and Non-Metals and the Periodic Table (KS3 Chemistry)
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Metals and Non-Metals and the Periodic Table (KS3 Chemistry)

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This is a full lesson introducing pupils to the periodic table and investigating the properties of metals and non-metals. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could easily be adapted for other key stages and year levels. This is designed for a 100 minute lesson but could be broken up into smaller parts. This lesson could also be combined with a practical activity looking at the properties of metals and non-metals. During this lesson, pupils will: Use ISM pictures of metals to begin to infer their properties. Briefly recap the structure of an atom. Look at the periodic table and get a brief overview of its History by watching a video. Identify the information we can get from a periodic table and complete activities to find the different features of some elements. Identify where metals and non-metals are on the periodic table. Use pictures and watch a video to identify and explain some of the properties of metals and non-metals. Use their understanding of the properties of metals and non-metals to decide what some different objects should be made of and why - discussion task. complete a quick knowledge check about the properties of metals.
Population (KS3 Geography) - Five lessons
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Population (KS3 Geography) - Five lessons

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This is a bundle of five Geography lessons about population. These lessons were originally delivered to year 8 class in the UK but could easily be adapted to other curriculum or year levels. The titles of the lessons contained in the bundle include: Lesson One: Population Change Lesson Two: Population Density Lesson Three: Population Pyramids Lesson Four: Ageing Populations Lesson Five: Push and Pull Factors of Immigration These lessons are also available individually but you will receive a discount of nearly 50% if you purchase the bundle…
*Full Lesson* Push and Pull Factors of Immigration (KS3 Geography)
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*Full Lesson* Push and Pull Factors of Immigration (KS3 Geography)

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This is a full Geography lesson investigating push and pull factors of immigration and changing populations. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could be adapted for other year levels and key stages. All print outs are included at the end of the PowerPoint presentation. This is a full lesson which is ready to teach. This lesson follows previous lessons on population which is also available During the lesson pupils: Analyse a graph showing immigration to Britain since the 1950s. Brainstorm reasons why people might want to leave their country of origin to immigrate to another country. Define push a pull factors. Complete a card sort to identify examples of push and pull factors. Complete a case study looking at someone’s decision to either stay where they are or immigrate to another area. This involves identifying and discussing push and pull factors and prioritising them. Extended writing task - Write a letter to advise someone to either stay where they are or immigrate to another area. Including peer assessment. Knowledge check to check pupil understanding and link back to the start of the lesson.
Ageing Population (KS3 Geography)
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Ageing Population (KS3 Geography)

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This is a full Geography lesson investigating ageing populations and their impacts. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could be adapted for other year levels and key stages. All print outs are included at the end of the PowerPoint presentation. This is a full lesson which is ready to teach. This lesson follows previous lessons on population which is also available During the lesson pupils: Use skills developed in previous lessons (available on TES) to analyse a population pyramid. Watch, interpret, analyse and discuss two videos about life expectancy and birth rate in Britain. Analyse a graph about the increasing age of parents in Britain. Analyse a British population pyramid in terms of life expectancy and age. Analyse and discuss the problems with an aging population. Compare and discuss the theories of Boserup and Malthus.
Population Pyramids (KS3 Geography)
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Population Pyramids (KS3 Geography)

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This is a full Geography lesson investigating population pyramids. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could be adapted for other year levels and key stages. All print outs are included at the end of the powerpoint presentation. This is a full lesson which is ready to teach. This lesson follow previous lessons on population which is also available During the lesson pupils: Use population data to investigate the demographics of Britain Analyse the shape of population pyramids and what they suggest about a countries population Develop a population pyramid showing demographic information about China. Analyse and interpret Chinese population pyramid. Compare with Indian population pyramid and make inferences about the difference between the two countries.
*Full Lesson* Population Density and Distribution (KS3 Geography)
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*Full Lesson* Population Density and Distribution (KS3 Geography)

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This is a full Geography lesson looking at how and why populations change over time. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could be adapted for other year levels and key stages. This lesson follows up a previous lesson on population change which is also available During the lesson pupils: Use an ISM to look at the difference between a densely and a sparsely populated area. Use own knowledge to try and identify the most densely populated countries in the world. Use a wold population density map to analyse areas that are densely and sparsely populated. Work out the population density of a number of different countries. Investigate what is meant by population distribution and explain the population distribution of a number of areas based on aerial photos taken at night. Investigate and evaluate human and physical factors which influence population distribution. Complete an extended writing task to explain why an area is densely populated and why a different area is sparsely populated.
*Full Lesson* Population Change (KS3 Geography)
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*Full Lesson* Population Change (KS3 Geography)

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This is a full Geography lesson looking at how and why populations change over time. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could be adapted for other year levels and key stages. This is the first lesson in a sequence of five lessons. During the lesson pupils: Discuss the current world population and the most populated countries (as of October 2018) Watch and comment on videos discussing changes in world population and its impact. Suggest reasons for the growth in world population especially since the start of the 19th century. Plot the changes in world population on a graph Calculate birth and death rates. Identify and evaluate factors which influence birth and death rates in different types of countries.
* Full Lesson* Chemistry: Group 7 Elements/Halogens
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* Full Lesson* Chemistry: Group 7 Elements/Halogens

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This is a full lesson looking at the properties of Halogens in Chemistry. It was originally delivered to a year 8 class but could easily be adapted for other key stages and year levels. This is designed for a 100 minute lesson but could be broken up into smaller parts. During this lesson, pupils will: Recap knowledge of Alkali Metals/Group 1 elements. Begin to identify the properties of halogens (Chlorine) Identify the Halogens on the periodic table Interpret data to deduce the melting and boiling points of halogens. Use melting and boiling point date to decide the state of matter of halogens at room temperature. Watch videos to gain an understanding of the chemical and physical properties of Halogens. Investigate the reactivity of halogens. Investigate displacement reactions of halogens. Write word equations to demonstrate knowledge of displacement reactions.
*Full Lesson* Physics - Forces
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*Full Lesson* Physics - Forces

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This is an introductory lesson on Forces as part of a Physics course. It was originally delivered to a year 9 class but could easily be adapted for other key stages and year levels. This is designed for a 100 minute lesson but could be broken up into smaller parts. During this lesson, pupils will: Consider two objects falling with and without air resistance Differences between energy and forces Identify different types of forces Link Newton’s Laws of Motion with forces. Calculate the resultant force for balanced and unbalanced forces and deduce movement. Work with force equation to work out mass and acceleration.
*Full Lesson* Physics - Energy
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*Full Lesson* Physics - Energy

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This is an introductory lesson on Energy as part of a Physics course. It was originally delivered to a year 9 class but could easily be adapted for other key stages and year levels. This is designed for a 100 minute lesson but could be broken up into smaller parts. During this lesson, pupils will: Asses their prior knowledge about energy Consider changes in velocity and energy in a stone being thrown in the air. Identify different types of energy from pictures and own knowledge. Consider energy transfers in electrical appliances such as phones. Draw Sankey diagrams to show useful and waste energy from different appliances. Calculate the efficiency of different appliances
Abolition of the death penalty in Britain (Edexcel 9-1 History: Crime and Punishment)
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Abolition of the death penalty in Britain (Edexcel 9-1 History: Crime and Punishment)

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This is a lesson from a scheme of work for the new Edexcel History unit: Crime and Punishment through time, C1000 - Present. During this lesson pupils will: - Identify and discuss the arguments for and against the use of the death penalty as a punishment. - Watch and evaluate a video outlining some of the arguments supporting or opposing the death penalty. Discuss which arguments are the most convincing. - Complete a summary task identifying some of the changes in British society leading to the abolition of the death penalty. - Comprehension and prioritisation task evaluating information about some of the main reasons for the abolition of the death penalty. - 16 point exam question and peer assessment. The lesson is ready to teach and all resources needed are included in the PowerPoint.
*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
*Full Lesson* Wiemar and Nazi Germany: Introduction
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*Full Lesson* Wiemar and Nazi Germany: Introduction

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This is the first lesson in a scheme of work for the new GCSE Edexcel unit: Weimar and Nazi Germany 1919 - 1939. This lesson serves as an introduction to the unit, evaluates pupil knowledge and begins to explain the situation in Germany after the First World War. During this lesson pupils will: * Gain a basic understanding of the Wiemar and Nazi Germany exam paper. * Complete a card sort to create a timeline of some of the key events from the unit. * Begin to identify some of the key figures who contributed to Hitler's rise to power. * Watch a video and investigate sources to identify key aspects of the situation in Germany after the First world War. * Write a report to explain the types of problems that Germany was experiencing and their impact. 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
*Full Lesson* Superpower relations/Cold War: Detente
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*Full Lesson* Superpower relations/Cold War: Detente

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This is a lesson from a scheme of work covering the new Superpower Relations and the Cold War Edexcel GCSE History unit. The focus of the lesson is to investigate the key features of Detente and for pupils to begin to judge the impact of it. * Please note: This lesson includes two tasks which require a textbook to complete. This could easily be adapted for any Cold War text as the themes are quite general. During this unit, pupils will complete the following activities: - Cartoon source analysis to investigate the attitudes people had to the deals and agreements made between the USA and USSR during this period. - Odd one out image activity to recall knowledge about detente from previous lesson. - Complete fact files about the key aspects and impacts of SALT I, SALT II and the Helsinki Agreements. (Textbook or additional resource needed) -Source and image analysis looking at attitudes towards the effectiveness of detente and the agreements reached. 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* Cold War: The Truman Doctrine (Edexcel GCSE History (9:1)
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*Full Lesson* Cold War: The Truman Doctrine (Edexcel GCSE History (9:1)

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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 investigate the events in Europe after the Second World War which led to the Truman Doctrine. * Please note: This lesson includes two tasks which require a textbook to complete. This could easily be adapted for any Cold War text as the themes are quite general. During this unit, pupils will: - Identify the situation in Europe after WW2 based on a map and a quote from Churchill's Iron Curtain speech. - Take notes and watch a short video about Soviet Control of Eastern Europe after the war. - Look at the Long and Novikov telegrams and begin to make inferences about their effects. - Complete a thinking task to identify what Truman should do to try and stop Soviet Expansion based on the situation at the time. - Complete comprehension/data gathering task to identify key issues after the war and the Truman Doctrine. - Discuss possible Soviet reactions to the Truman Doctrine. - Complete and peer assess exam question. - Homework - complete a timeline of the key events. For more free and premium resources, please checkout my shop - click on my username above. If you buy this resources, please leave a review.