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History KS3 2019/20

Year Group

Autumn 2019/20

Spring 2019/20

Summer 2019/20

 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

7 KTu

 

The Stuarts and Tudors

Students will learn about the Tudors and the Stuarts.  Who the Kings and Queens were in the period and the battles of the time.  They will discuss about how religion affected the monarchy.

The Gun Powder Plot

In this unit Students will learn about the Houses of parliament, the government and how a group of men led by Guy Fawkes planned to blow up the houses of parliament.  They will also discuss if plan was actually a conspiracy theory. 

 

The Black Death

This term student’s will learn how the plague came to Britain and how it spread across the county.  Students will discuss how people died from the disease and how it was finally eradicated including the great fire of London.

7 ESt

 

The Gun Powder Plot

In this unit Students will learn about the Houses of parliament, the government and how a group of men led by Guy Fawkes planned to blow up the houses of parliament.  They will also discuss if plan was actually a conspiracy theory. 

The Black Death

This term student’s will learn how the plague came to Britain and how it spread across the county.  Students will discuss how people died from the disease and how it was finally eradicated including the great fire of London.

The Stuarts and Tudors

Students will learn about the Tudors and the Stuarts.  Who the Kings and Queens were in the period and the battles of the time.  They will discuss about how religion affected the monarchy.

8 CWa

 

World events and Women in the 20th Century

Students will gain insight into some of the famous women through History who have shaped the world including Florence Nightingale, Marie curie and Margaret Thatcher. They will also look at more recent historical events that have changed the world including 9/11 and Barrack Obama becoming president.

 

Industrial revolution

Students will examine the Industrial revolution.  They will learn how Britain changed between 1750 – 1900.  Students will learn which people were successful during the period and what working conditions were like.

 

Medicine through time

Students will look at how medicine as changed over time, including the finding of penicillin.  The ability to anaesthetise and the medical equipment and practices used throughout history.

8 TDa

 

Industrial revolution

Students will examine the Industrial revolution.  They will learn how Britain changed between 1750 – 1900.  Students will learn which people were successful during the period and what working conditions were like.

 

Medicine through time

Students will look at how medicine as changed over time, including the finding of penicillin.  The ability to anaesthetise and the medical equipment and practices used throughout history.

World events and Women in the 20th Century

Students will gain insight into some of the famous women through History who have shaped the world including Florence Nightingale, Marie curie and Margaret Thatcher. They will also look at more recent historical events that have changed the world including 9/11 and Barrack Obama becoming president.

 

9 EPe

WJEC

Looking at local History
Students will study an historical issue of local interest and importance for example the local coal pits

People and Protest

Students will gain knowledge of the reasons why people sometimes resort to protest, the different methods used to protest and whether protest is ever successful.

Child Poverty and Exploitation

Students will learn about the rights of the child, the ways children can experience poverty and exploitation and the work of organisations that aim to protect children

9 ABi

WJEC

Child Poverty and Exploitation

Students will learn about the rights of the child, the ways children can experience poverty and exploitation and the work of organisations that aim to protect children

Looking at local History
Students will study an historical issue of local interest and importance for example the local coal pits

People and Protest

Students will gain knowledge of the reasons why people sometimes resort to protest, the different methods used to protest and whether protest is ever successful.