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One hundred years since women gained the right to vote we launched Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women – a nationwide project about inspirational women from the First World War and their impact on the societies around them. Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women from the First World War, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers.
This is the second part in a series of notes I have produced for my CIE A level History students on the core content for the International Option. The notes are designed to match each key focus question and the content is exactly in the order as it appears in the syllabus. The information comes from a range of sources, including academic books and articles.
Set of notes on the historiography of the Cold War for Paper 3 (CIE) from both scholastic and academic sources. The notes cover the major schools of thought with regards to the Origins of the Cold War, as well as the events themselves. These notes can serve as a reference point for both students and teachers alike.
This document contains 42 pages of detailed notes on the Cold War 1950-1975. It is designed for CIE History 9389 and matches the key focus questions of the syllabus, but it is also in line with the IB 20th century syllabus. The information comes from both scholastic and academic sources and the topic has been well-researched. It can serve as a teacher's handbook or revision notes for your students. Feel free to edit as you like.
This 1 week scheme of work involves taking a closer look at the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79 and it's devastating effect on Pompeii. Lessons include researching different types of volcanoes, group drama tasks (acting out events and reactions to the eruption), watching a time-lapse clip of how events unfolded etc..
A useful revision guide that teaches all the content needed for paper 1 of iGCSE CIE modern world history. The information is condensed from a range of sources, in easy-to-read bullet point notation so that students can revise efficiently and effectively. There are planned practice questions at the back of each section, anticipating the type of questions which could come up in the exam.
A thorough-yet easy to understand presentation on Mary Tudor, her upbringing and her reign. Suitable for KS3 lesson use. 10 slides.
This 17 booklet gives information about dyslexia and how teachers and teaching assistants can support student's within the classroom. The booklet includes: - A quiz to show understanding - Explains what dyslexia is and why its important to identify - How it effects reading and writing, amongst other information
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