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Hungarian Revolution - 13-page full lesson (starter, notes, card sort, plenary)
In this powerful lesson students begin with a what's behind the squares activity designed to get them questioning why an Olympic polo player might have been bloodied. They then work through a very detailed set of notes before completing a 48 piece hexagonal card sort which is colour-coded into cause
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China's 1911 Revolution - 15-page full lesson (notes, card sort, plenary)
I am very proud of the precision and amount of detail in this lesson and its designed to be engaging and to ensure students make measurable progress.The class begin by exploring an odd one out exercise for the starter activity and this draws their attention to early Chinese views of westerners. This
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Trench warfare - 14-page full lesson (notes, evidence sort)
In this lesson students read through detailed background knowledge before completing a card sort activity to explain both the terrible aspects of the conflict as well as some of the more positive elements. This is a great lesson because the level of depth and detail acquired is top notch and because
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Why did the League of Nations fail? 11-page full lesson (notes, card sort)
In this lesson students read through precise and carefully selected knowledge in the background notes before attempting a colour-coordinated hexagonal card sort. This helps them break reasons for the Key Question down into factors and also offers them the opportunity to make and explain links betwee
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Saddam Hussein's Rise to Power - 13-page full lesson (notes, card sort)
I created this lesson when I taught in the Middle East and so I’m very proud of the level of detail in it. Students work their way through the background information before attempting a 30 piece hexagonal card sort. The cards are colour coded and the students need to explain what they have in common
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Collapse of Communism - 9-page full lesson (notes, jenga/card sort, wordsearch)
This is one of my favourite lessons. Students read through a very detailed set of notes focusing on the roles of Gorbachev, Reagan, economics, Solidarity and people power as reasons which can explain the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe. Students then test their understanding of their newly a
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Versailles victors - 10-page full lesson (starter, notes, hexagonal card sort)
In this lesson students explore the reasons the victors left Versailles feeling that they did not get everything they wanted. To introduce the topic the class work through a series of map-based questions before proceeding to dig into detailed notes. The class then complete a 24 piece hexagonal card
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Moon landings - 15-page lesson (starter, notes, 26 piece evidence sort, plenary)
In this very detailed lesson students have the opportunity to tackle on the of the greatest history mystery activities around! The lesson begins with an activity designed to captivate the class from the go and they view a short video outlining differences people have on this question (YouTube links)
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Atomic bomb: Hiroshima - 15-page full lesson (notes, character cards, card sort)
Students are given character cards, some pro and some anti dropping the bomb ranging from Einstein and Churchill to Hirihito and Stalin. In groups each side then works through 36 cards which are teeming with precisely selected historical detail, some of which support the dropping of the A-bomb and s
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My Lai, Vietnam - 16-page full lesson (notes, card sort)
I designed this lesson to encourage my students to be reflective Historians capable of textured debate. Students divide 39 pieces of evidence (textual and photographic) into columns which suggest the leader of Charlie Company during the My Lai massacre in Vietnam was a war criminal or a scapegoat. T
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Was Haig the butcher of the Somme? - 15-page full lesson (notes, card sort)
This is one of my most popular lesson activities. Here students will collate information to both sides of the historiographical debate and make links between their factors to create a visual map which they can use for an extended piece of written analysis. I am especially proud of the level of preci
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Causes of WWI - 28-page full lesson (notes, character cards, card sort, debate)
Students are given one of the 26 different character cards ranging from Kaiser Wilhelm to Gavrilo Princip to lesser known players such as Leopold Lojka. Once students have got to know their character they then get into teams of fellow countrymen and attempt to find evidence to answer the question as
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Bible Bingo - Cute Bible Characters Stories Symbols Bingo Game for Kindy - 4
A cute Bingo game for kids learning all about Bible characters, symbols and stories. King David, Ruth, Queen Esther, Joseph, Daivd and Goliath and heaps more stories included in this cute printable game set.Simply print enough game sheets and covers for each player, and one set of space pictures for

Also included in: Bible Games for Kids Bingo Creation Sorting Game & Bible Character Matching Game

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WORLD WAR 2 TEACHING RESOURCES, HISTORY KEY STAGE 2-3 DISPLAY CLASS EDUCATION
Resources include: Information packs for the following topics: Building up to war with quiz Building up to war -higher levels with quiz The war years information pack with quiz The war years information pack higher level with quiz Life in Britain during the war information pack Writing tasks for:
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World War 2 Lesson Pack
A standards-oriented and thorough WW2 lesson pack. Filled with primary images, visuals, and political cartoons. Funny memes too to help keep students engaged. If you buy this, make sure you read this to help you find the documentaries that certain topics are paired with. World War 2 in Colour on
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DBQ Colonial Labor in America: who did all the work?
DBQ: Colonial Labor in America: who did all the work? Background: The English colonists in North America faced many daunting tasks. They needed to fell timber, establish farms, and build settlements. The amount of work required was overwhelming. What did that work? Task: Use your knowledge of t
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