Classroom and Homework Activities for A Level AQA History
20-30 activities enable students to get to grips with the important events discussed in each unit, while developing an understanding of the key questions and themes to be tackled in order to succeed in the exam.Great for students…
- Engaging, interesting activities build knowledge both in depth and synoptically
- Logical structure considers the overview of each topic before zoning in on the most important themes and events
- ‘Extension’ thinking activities challenge your most-able students – and are also the basis for useful essay practice
- Every activity matched to a spec topic and an AO
- Ultimate flexibility! Varied tasks of different lengths can be used for homework, classwork and even cover lessons.
- All resources included for an easy, pick-up-and-teach resource – with indicative content for all activities
Plus handy overview grid with key activity information, including timings, group size and assessment objective coverage – great for quick and easy planning!
What do teachers say about this resource? (10448)
It is really distinctive from other Packs in this area because of its clarity and it being likely to stimulate students who will easily understand it in preparation for the deeper thinking of Advanced Level.
This is completely compelling and easily likely to spark interest. It is accessible at all levels but it is particularly suitable for slightly weaker students who will have their learning most enhanced, and also as a very good foundation for knowledge of the specification.
It enhances learning because it is rigorous while being very student centred with plenty of pairwork and groupwork, but the exercises are not wishy washy; they are substantive.
They are also varied and comprehensive giving a fine introduction to knowledge of this topic but also to historical skills. I think it would also help in bridging the gap towards more sophisticated skills such as analysis and evaluation, so crucial at A Level.
It interprets this specification effectively, building up exercises around key aspects of the content.
It builds up to two practice essay questions, on whether the English Revolution was "inevitable" and on whether the Glorious Revolution was "revolutionary." These would really help students in a structured way to start to get the hang of essay writing.
I should have loved this when I taught this area, and when I teach it again I should certainly hope to employ it. It is clear that the creator knows how to get students enthused by History, and this really comes over in the Resource Pack. I highly recommend it.
Thought this was a useful resource,especially as there is only 1 revision guide available - my revision notes.
Particularly liked the good variety of activities eg timelines, table fills, comparison tables, research, diagrams, before and after, debate and grid fill.
It enhances learning by splitting the syllabus into manageable sized chunks, reassuring especially to the less able. Its educational value is that it sticks closely to the specification and there is a good balance between As/A content/questions. It also has extension work for the more able.
Presentation and layout are clear - not too crowded.
It matches/interprets the spec sensibly e.g. the chronological approach.
Liked the way the answer question was separated from the questions-more teacher friendly.
What do teachers say about this resource? (11293)
A Rolls Royce among Activity Packs! It is a labour of love. It will give students such a great foundation that will help them achieve very well.
The material on women and on the Schmalkaldic League is excellent.
The activities seem to specialise in getting to grips with the theological debates. I have never seen this done so well in a History resource. This shows appropriate rigour and differentiates this from other resources.
The answers, which are exceptionally detailed, on their own would represent a fabulous revision guide.
The exercises and stimulating and will encourage a prop disciplined approach to a tough subject. Its strength is its tough content learning demands, but it also, in teaching the content so effectively, encourages skills work of the highest order.
It fills in the parts that the modern-day textbook does not do because it demands a high level of theological grasp, which would be missing from many History books. But this is how to teach this subject. It makes the students imagine the past and go back and actually see why these issues actually mattered. This is a precious “skill” to develop and it is one that History does best. Students who do these exercises will simply be enriched.
[This resource] is obviously the culmination of years of work by a very accomplished teacher.
What do teachers say about this resource? (10308)
A pretty nice resource with ideas for lesson or homework activities for when you are lacking in inspiration. It is in chronological order so activities are easy to find. Everything is there and ready to simply print and use alongside a presentation, books or notes. It is easy to dip into when required. Some good tasks to help students grasp the fundamental building blocks of history as well as cement their knowledge of the topics. Great for flexing the history muscles of cause and consequence, significance, change / continuity etc with simple tasks which work. The activities can speed up planning and are easy to slot into a lesson. Some tasks are nice and concise so would work well as starters and plenaries whilst others involve independent research or synthesizing from notes or books. This promotes resourcefulness and independence. Great for any study of Weimar and Nazi Germany. Translates really well to other specifications due to the nature of the activities. Covers all of the main topics so you could use at least one activity from this resource in every lesson. Well worth investigating if you teach this period of history.
- A Level History Activities
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- The Protestant challenge, 1521–1531
- The condition of the Church, c1500–1517
- The second wave of Protestant Reform, 1541–1564
- The Catholic Reformation, 1531–1564
- Part two: Reformation Europe, 1531–1564
- The expansion of the Reformation, 1531–1541
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