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What is slavery?
Students decide whether a number of statements do or don't describe  … read more
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KS3 | Modern World: 1900-present | Published: 19/05/2015 | From the resource collection(s): The Transatlantic Slave Trade
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Henry's break with Rome: true or false?
A straightforward plenary activity to test students' understanding  … read more
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KS3 | Early Modern period: 1500-1750 | Published: 10/06/2014 | From the resource collection(s): The role of the church in the Early Modern Period
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True or false: Victorian women
A great starter or plenary activity. There are ten statements  … read more
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KS3 KS4 | Thematic studies | Industrial Age: 1750-1900 | Published: 13/05/2014 | From the resource collection(s): Power: monarchy and democracy | Women's suffrage
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What did Medieval people believe caused disease?
This was designed as a KS3 activity but uses lovely illustrations  … read more
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KS3 KS4 | Historical enquiry | Thematic studies | Using evidence | The Medieval period: 1000-1500 | Published: 29/04/2014 | From the resource collection(s): Medicine & health
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Going West! Push and pull factors
A quick starter or plenary in which students categorise factors  … read more
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KS4 | Depth studies | Modern World: 1900-present | Published: 25/09/2013 | From the resource collection(s): 19th century America | The American West
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The causes of the English Civil War - true or false?
A quick plenary, review or homework task with an interactive  … read more
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KS3 | Early Modern period: 1500-1750 | Published: 19/09/2013 | From the resource collection(s): The English Civil War
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What happened to the princes in the tower? A History mystery!
A thinking skills activity which encourages students to grapple  … read more
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KS3 | Historical enquiry | Transition | Using evidence | Early Modern period: 1500-1750 | Published: 18/06/2013 | From the resource collection(s): Power and conflict in the Early Modern Period | Source skills
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How radical was Henry's break with Rome?
A sequence of active tasks which consider the differences between  … read more
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KS3 | Change and continuity | Early Modern period: 1500-1750 | Published: 04/04/2013 | From the resource collection(s): Power and conflict in the Early Modern Period | The role of the church in the Early Modern Period
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How different are democracies and dictatorships?
A versatile activity which introduces students to the different  … read more
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KS3 | Communicating about the past | Published: 20/02/2013 | From the resource collection(s): Democracy and dictatorship
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Were people better off under Nazi rule?
A short task designed to stimulate discussion about the positive  … read more
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KS4 | Change and continuity | Depth studies | Modern World: 1900-present | Published: 18/07/2012 | From the resource collection(s): Germany | Nazi Germany
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Capitalist or communist?
A short matching activity for pupils to show their understanding  … read more
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KS3 KS4 | Diversity | Modern World studies | Modern World: 1900-present | Published: 18/07/2012 | From the resource collection(s): Cold War | Cold War in Europe
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Attacking and defending a castle
A simple card sorting activity for identifying methods of attack  … read more
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KS3 | The Medieval period: 1000-1500 | Published: 18/07/2012 | From the resource collection(s): Power and conflict in the Medieval period
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Why was the case of Jack the Ripper never solved?
Sorting cards, and suggestions on how to use them, to help answer  … read more
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KS3 KS4 | Historical enquiry | Thematic studies | Industrial Age: 1750-1900 | Published: 18/07/2012 | From the resource collection(s): Crime and punishment
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Which plague?
A source based card sort exercise to find out the similarities  … read more
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KS4 | Change and continuity | Thematic studies | The Medieval period: 1000-1500 | Early Modern period: 1500-1750 | Published: 18/07/2012 | From the resource collection(s): Medicine & health
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