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Up to 60 information-packed linked supporting Word documents to enhance lessons. These include homework tasks, sample answers, mark schemes, writing frames, exam skills and an end of module pupil self-evaluation and target-setting grid.
Important historical concepts and events presented in a simple and easy to understand way.
Attention-grabbing PowerPoint presentation with animations, interactive maps. and audio clips.
Self-marking progress checker tests, exam questions to keep learners on track. Some resources now include revision notes.
Key exam skills explained through interactive presentation.
The PowerPoint is supported by a fully editable differentiated work booklet.
Each History Interactive module offers:-
Engage and motivate your pupils with these easy to use and versatile all-in-one teaching and learning resources.
History Interactive resources come with an institution site license. This offers teacher the opportunity to use our resources in different ways.
Whole class teaching through a data projector.
Populate your VLE for out of school learning.
Essential Exam Revision Aid.
Independent Learning with supporting work booklet.
1. History Interactive can be used as an independent
learning resource for pupils.
Use it as part of your lessons to cover the content for the History GCSE 9-1 courses. Network across school computers. Pupils study the information in the PowerPoint presentation.
A differentiated work booklet is provided.
Completing all sections, homework tasks, tests
and written tasks will provide pupils with
a good level of knowledge and understanding
of the key issues and ideas for the GCSE exam.
2. History Interactive can be used as a
The modules can be used for whole class teaching when
displayed on a screen through a data
projector or interactive whiteboard.
3. History Interactive can be used as a
Pupils can use all or part of the modules to
research essential content and complete their controlled assessment. Exams skills are developed through source evaluation, essay writing, model answers and mark scheme analysis. revise and research essential content.
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|Key Stage 3 King John Magna Carta and Richard III
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|Key Stage 3 The English Civil War Interactive
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|Key Stage 3 Britain 1750-1900 Interactive
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|New National Curriculum History Key Stage 3
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|GCSE History League of Nations
|GCSE History Causes of the Second World War
|GCSE History Russian Revolutions
|GCSE History Weimar Germany and Weimar Republic
|GCSE History Nazi Germany
|GCSE History The Holocaust
|GCSE History Hitler's Rise to Power 1918-1934
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|GCSE History Cold War 1950-1991
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|GCSE History Anglo-Saxon and Norman England
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|GCSE History Arab-Israeli Conflict
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