Resource Bank for GCSE AQA History: Paper 2 Section A: Health and the People

Resource Bank for GCSE AQA History: Paper 2 Section A: Health and the PeopleThese packs provide a wide range of innovative and stimulating
classroom activities designed specifically to cover key topics for the 2016 AQA GCSE specification! Each resource contains 20–30
‘pick-up-and-go’ activities that fit into your lessons and develop vital historical skills.

A wide variety of activities for students…

  • Each core activity covers a clear specification point and in
    specification order – develops students’ knowledge and
    understanding of the period in a logical way
  • Extension ‘discussion points’ challenge students and develop
    second-order historical concepts – vital for accessing top marks
    in the exam
  • Four types of keyword activity for every topic with
    student-friendly definitions for each term – help build
    confidence and familiarity with need-to-know figures and events
  • Timeline activity provides a fantastic visual overview of the
    time period – great at both the start and end of the course!

… that fit in easily with any lesson!

  • Clear teacher instructions for each task including suggested
    timings – easy to apply in the classroom
  • Most activities need no preparation – perfect for cover
    lessons or starter and plenary tasks
  • Answers provided, great for AfL or instant classroom
    feedback!

A useful resource, especially for teachers with limited amounts of time to create new, exciting exercises. It covered the four main areas of the spec… There was a variety of activities catering for different learning styles… This resource would enhance learning, particularly for homeworks or revision, or when a teacher is absent, and work has to be set at short notice. – L Ashley, Head of Department and Peer Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £59
Click here for full details and to order.

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