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Girls’ School

Home Learning

Year 7

The document below contains lessons and extension work for Term 5.  Please complete this work by Friday 22nd May 2020.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact your teachers via email.

Home Learning lessons - Year 7

Year 8

The document below contains lessons and extension work for Term 5.  Please complete this work by Friday 22nd May 2020.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact your teachers via email.

Home Learning lessons - Year 8

Year 9

How Communist were Lenin and Stalin?

Tasks:

  1. Research and define Communism.
  2. After further research, answer the following Qs:
  1. Who were Marx and Engels?
  2. What was their theory?
  3. Who was Lenin and how did his idea of Communism differ from Marx’s?
  4. What happened in Russia in 1917? – create a timeline of events for that year.
  5. Who was Joseph Stalin?
  6. What were Stalin’s 5 Year Plans and what were his Purges?
  7. Could you argue that Lenin and Stalin actually did great things for Russia?

     Extension: If Marx’s vision of Communism was the perfect society, how Communist do you think Lenin and                                    Stalin actually were?

Your teachers will be emailing you work for the new topic: The American West, 1835-1895.  This work should be completed on paper and brought with you to school in September so that it can be stuck into a new exercise book.  It is important that you finish all of the work issued to you as there will be an assessment on this topic during the week commencing Monday 4th May.  If you have any questions about the work please email your teachers directly.  The topics covered in this unit of the GCSE can be found in the scheme of work below:

The American West

 

Year 10

Tasks:

Teachers will be in contact with you via email, ‘Teams’ or ‘OneDrive’ over the coming weeks to share lesson resources with you.  Before this time we recommend that you download and look at past papers, mark schemes and examiner’s reports.  This will provide you with extensive knowledge of the types of questions you could be asked, how you should go about answering them as well as feedback from the chief examiner about what students did well last year.

Your teachers will be emailing you work for the new topic: Anglo-Saxon and Norman England, 1060-1088.  If you were issued a new exercise book at the end of last term, please use this to complete your work.  If not, work should be completed on paper and brought with you to school in September so that it can be stuck into a new exercise book.  It is important that you finish all of the work issued to you as there will be an assessment on this topic after May Half Term.  If you have any questions about the work please email your teachers directly.  The topics covered in this unit of the GCSE can be found in the scheme of work below:

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England

 

Edexcel website:

https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/history-2016.coursematerials.html#filterQuery=category:Pearson-UK:Category%2FSpecification-and-sample-assessments

Revision websites:

https://studywise.co.uk/gcse-revision/

https://www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-history-revision-guide/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/zw4bv4j

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/gcse-national-5-history/zb2skmn

 

Year 11

Tasks:

Teachers will be in contact with you via email, ‘Teams’ or ‘OneDrive’ over the coming weeks to share lesson resources with you.  Before this time we recommend that you download and look at past papers, mark schemes and examiner’s reports.  This will provide you with extensive knowledge of the types of questions you could be asked, how you should go about answering them as well as feedback from the chief examiner about what students did well last year.

Edexcel website:

https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/history-2016.coursematerials.html#filterQuery=category:Pearson-UK:Category%2FSpecification-and-sample-assessments

Revision websites:

https://studywise.co.uk/gcse-revision/

https://www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-history-revision-guide/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/zw4bv4j

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/gcse-national-5-history/zb2skmn

 

Year 12

Tasks:

Teachers will be in contact with you via email, ‘Teams’ or ‘OneDrive’ over the coming weeks to share lesson resources with you.  Before this time we recommend that you download and look at past papers, mark schemes and examiner’s reports.  This will provide you with extensive knowledge of the types of questions you could be asked, how you should go about answering them as well as feedback from the chief examiner about what students did well last year.

AQA website:

https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/history/as-and-a-level/history-7041-7042/assessment-resources?num_ranks=20&sort=date

Revision websites:

https://studywise.co.uk/a-level-revision/history/

https://www.senecalearning.com/blog/a-level-history-revision-everything-you-need/

https://revisionworld.com/a2-level-level-revision/history-gcse-level/history-level-past-papers/aqa-level-history-past-papers

https://www.s-cool.co.uk/a-level/history

 

Year 13

Tasks:

Teachers will be in contact with you via email, ‘Teams’ or ‘OneDrive’ over the coming weeks to share lesson resources with you.  Before this time we recommend that you download and look at past papers, mark schemes and examiner’s reports.  This will provide you with extensive knowledge of the types of questions you could be asked, how you should go about answering them as well as feedback from the chief examiner about what students did well last year.

AQA website:

https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/history/as-and-a-level/history-7041-7042/assessment-resources?num_ranks=20&sort=date

Revision websites:

https://studywise.co.uk/a-level-revision/history/

https://www.senecalearning.com/blog/a-level-history-revision-everything-you-need/

https://revisionworld.com/a2-level-level-revision/history-gcse-level/history-level-past-papers/aqa-level-history-past-papers

https://www.s-cool.co.uk/a-level/history