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James Fitzgibbon Jul 11
‘Needle in the haystack’ specific evidence search. Students to highlight key terms and statistics that match to the events/themes. Following this, students will answer the exam question including the specific evidence they have identified. Enjoyed having a go!💡✅
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Mike Hill Jul 12
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MJSHistHoY Jul 7
Shamelessly stolen off here... setting this today to be due in next week, will share results!
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Dawg Check 4m
Spent the day at school starting my prep for the upcoming year. So excited to get back into gen ed!
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Miss Levitt 🏰 Jul 10
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James Fitzgibbon Jul 8
I was asked to put this ‘battle plan’ together last year and I hope NQT’s will find it helpful this time as the end of the year hits. Rather than ‘surviving’, replace it with ‘thriving’. Apologies for the historical twist, only natural. 💡✅👨🏻‍🏫👩🏼‍🏫
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Natalie Sndrsn Jul 11
True / false & annotating misconceptions in a simple yet effective low stakes test. Once a fortnight I’ve embedded some form of low stakes quiz to recap knowledge
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James Fitzgibbon Jul 12
Created the 'Superpower Narrative Abacus' for Y11 next year. Quick knowledge recall, in a chronological structure, at one point of reference. Have also added a simple knowledge slide to truly define and engrain the difference between Communism and Capitalism💡💵✈️
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Emma James Jul 15
Finally got chance to put together a resource I’ve been meaning to make for ages to help students decode political cartoons
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Sarah Hopkins 4h
Immortalised by Yr8 this afternoon ... 😂
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Miss Levitt 🏰 Jul 12
If anybody wants a copy of my KS3 knowledge organisers, here's a link: . Will be adding a few more in later too!
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skline237 6h
Between Apollo 11 and testing the Atomic Bomb, July 16th is a momentous day is history.
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Miss Rose 12h
The last four weeks have been unreal - getting stuck into my new department with scheme / lesson planning and PSHE teaching days after . Safe to say I was ecstatic when my new brand new resources were delivered to my classroom moments ago! 📚📖
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Alex Rodker Jul 13
Trying to embed knowledge organisers more purposefully in our KS3 curriculum from next year. Here's our first effort for Year 7s in term one - constructive criticism welcomed!!!
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M Vance 12h
One study I looked at noted that only 70% of participants recall an article read on an iPad, compared with 90% for paper. This must apply to textbooks too.
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Kevin M. Levin 2h
Thank you Mr. President for reminding me why I teach American history and for helping to clarify my curriculum for the coming school year.
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Tweedteacher 10h
I've created a remembrance garden from a foam base and our plastic bottle poppies from remembrance day this year. It looks fab and really finishes off a powerful piece of work the whole school did on thanking the different groups from the First World War
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Maddi Schmidt 15h
I'm such a nerd 🤓 prepping this for my history class tomorrow
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The History Girls Jul 9
Thank you for my lovely surprise postcard! Brightened my day 😊 and will save it to stick on my planner next year
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Nick Hunt Jul 9
Last day in my current job today. Still feels strange that I’m leaving, although I’m pleased that the incredible is finally getting her full time History teacher, albeit two years later!
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