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A 28 page student/ teacher booklet on the British Empire. The booklet contains a range of student-led resources on many aspects of the British empire, for example a never heard the word task, key word quiz, mapping out the British empire between
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This is a 19 page teaching booklet for the French Revolution Unit of Work. The booklet includes a range of worksheets and activities, such as card sorts, the storming of the Bastille newspaper writing activitiy, source activities, decision-making
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Easy to follow lesson and all video links are embedded into the powerpoint. Students watch a short clip from Richard III and note down his characteristics/ adjectives. They then watch the clip from a news channel 'King in the Car Park' and discuss
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A lesson on the Wars of the Roses. Starter requires the students to extract information and create a factfile (sentence stems included to help less able). This task gives the class a bit of background e.g. how the conflict started. Task 2
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Students learn about the causes of the 1381 peasants revolt by working their way through categorising, prioritising and discussions before writing up their findings in a newspaper reporting activity.
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A lesson on the Black Death. Students complete a sequencing activity, categorising/ card sort/ diamond 9 (plenty of paired work and discussion) and then responding to an examination style question (support provided) that encourages students to
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Students analyse a range of sources and score these based on how useful medieval medicine was before responding to an extended response question which develops examination skills. Literacy support provided. Clear instructions and ready to teach.
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Easy to follow lesson on Medieval towns. Starter activity requires students to identify problems from an image and consider adjectives to help describe the town. They then analyse a range of sources that relate to the town's residents and give each
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A lesson on the Magna Carta. Students analyse King John's story to investigate the reasons why the barons were unhappy. They score the different factors and insert evidence to support their scores. After group discussions the students create
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A lesson on King John. Students watch the walt Disney sketch on King John and record their thoughts about how he is portrayed. They then analyse a range of source and record their data whilst scoring each source out of 10 in terms of how good or
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Easy to follow lesson on why people went on a crusade. This is an active learning lesson where students collect data from other students, extra information from sources and make decisions re the reasons why people went on a crusade. The main
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An investigation lessons. Students study a range of clues which help to explain the death of Thomas Becket. Having worked their way through the evidence they must decide who was a fault for the death. There are plenty of decision making
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A student-led lesson on medieval religion. Students work through a range of activities that develop their knowledge and understanding of the role of religion and the church in medieval times. Activities include extracting details from a doom
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An introduction to Medieval Realms Unit of Work. Students learn about Britain at the start of the 12th century. This lesson includes a range of student led activities,source analysis/ extraction tasks, categorising the sources of information,
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Easy to follow lesson which uses extracts from Pepys' diary. Firstly students organise his extracts into chronological order and then fix them to a living graph to show how the extracts link to the progress of the Plague. They then use the
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This lesson looks at the causes of the Great Fire of London. Plenty of higher order thinking skills and discussion based learning followed by a task which requires the creation of a leaflet which focuses on literacy skills and exam skills.
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Students work through a range of activities, for example sequencing and evidence analysis to determine if the facts suggest that the Gunpowder Plot was a set-up. They present their findings in a newspaper article which is used to develop
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A lesson that looks at 4 case studies linked to Tudor and Stuart exploration. Students work together to identify positive and negative aspects, collect evidence and judge each case. They then respond to questions before reaching a supported
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Easy to follow lesson on Queen Elizabeth. Students eventually make a judgement about Queen Elizabeth through, portrait analysis, card sort and discussions. Main activity requires class to create their own annotated portrait which summarises their
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Students work through a range of student-led activities, such as a card sort, categorising and ranking tasks before developing examination skills. In addition to this there are a range of worksheets and activities. Clear step by step instructions
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