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1 TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Introduction/ What is History? To understand the rules of the Humanities Department What is History? Rules Brainstorm – What is History? Title page Finish Title Page BaselineAssess pupil baseline for HistoryAssessmentKey WordsAsst What is History? What is history? Why study History? Starter: Pictures (what can be picked out the picture) Main: What is History planning sheet. Complete what is History planning sheet. ChronologyTo understand how we measure time. To begin ordering time. Starter: To list activities between getting up and arriving at the lesson Chronological Order Fred Brown sheet. T/A ChronologyTo develop your understanding of time To know the difference between fact and fiction. Fact of Fiction card sort activityTime capsule collage EvidenceTo understand the difference between Primary and Secondary Source. To think about how we use sources in History. Key Words test. Primary Sources sheet T/A EvidenceTo use historical evidence to find out about the past. Starter: what can we tell about the teacher? Top set ‘Tollund Man’ Middle Dustbin with questions SEN Dustbin answer grid. Humanities department Learning Programme Year 7 Half-Term 1Subject: History

2 TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Romulus and Remus Asst 1a Origins of Rome To understand the legend Origins of Rome Starter – Highlight facts in the story Main – discuss as a class and feedback. Explain why this story came about and discuss the parts that are true. Story board Assesment Finish Title Page Key Words Key words Asst The Punic wars To work effectively as a group to gain knowledge of the Punic wars. Starter: Timeline Memory game to complete maps Peer shared info Consolidate through closed para Complete paras Growth of Empire To develop a geographical knowledge of the Roman Empire and its growth Key words test Map work – four stages of growth T/A The Empire supplies Rome. To find links between the Empire, Trade and the Army Empire supplies Rome – using books and w/s to complete Diary of merchant trading around empire T/A Roman ArmyTo understand the importance of the Roman Army. Starter – problems with empire(need army) W/s – paired activity-label soldier ppt – Roman Army – pupil answer sheet Explain project Complete w/s The Roman Army To gain a background understanding of the Roman army in preparation for the project Research lessonRoman Army Project. Humanities department Learning Programme Year 7 Half-Term 2Subject: History

3 TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Life in ‘Rotten Rome’ To understand and assess what life was like in a Roman town Starter – Through the keyhole Examine HH sheet and complete statements Starter= Estate Agent doc to interrogate and link Pwr pt = Where to live in RR then ind research around room Produce estate agent portfolio of villa or insulae Food- video clip Use research to complete own menu The Bath House – Using sources to find out about the BH Portfolio Describe in detail visit to BH T/A Projects T/A A guide to RR“ “ - a reviewUsing research thus far to create radio/TV broadcast Working as team outside class re resources and organization T/A and P/A Humanities department Learning Programme Year 7 Half-Term 2Subject: History

4 Learning Programme TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst UNIT 3 Chronology of Conquerors To understand the chronology of invasions of Britain Card sort on various conquerors Chronological sequence Explained timelineT/A UNIT 4 Med Realms To know who Edward the Confessor wasStarter= Next in line re Windsors Edward and problems Key wordsT/A The problems of Edward Problems of ascendancyMulti-Choice pwr pt Research who should be king Create election presentations in groups Teacher led Rvw Election posterT/A Events of 1066Review of claimants and events of 1066DVD- Intro story then watch clip and complete w/s activity T/A Battle of HastingsWhy William wonMap and explain events Pupils highlight info and discuss Strengths and weaknesses Review through diamond 9 Complete writing frame T/A and P/A Bayeux Tapestry Asst 2 To begin to use tapestry as source of evidence Assess knowledge and source skills Tapestry online Sequence story then rvw through discussion on content and sufficiency Set up for asst and allow time to revise Children’s story book of the invasion T/A Humanities department Year 7 Half-Term 3Subject: History

5 TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst William’s problems To understand the problems William faced when he took control of England Research/ discuss suggest solutions. Assess and order solutions then review against own Harrying of the North – research T/A Harrying of the North Understand the problem and how it was resolved Recap and read account Report Discuss English view of event News reportT/A Hereward the Wake To consider the dilemma of resistance/support from the English towards William Sequencing activity and research events. Decide whether or not to rebel Rvw essay T/A and P/A Keeping controlWhy did William need castles? How castles developed through time Feudal System as a means governance and revenue Doomsday Book and its reliability Starter- how would you improve M and B? Pwr pt on castle development and relate to Arms Race – preparation for project School hierarchy starter Complete dgm Think/pair/share cascading of power Census log starter Complete task from book Create own Doomsday Book Castle development project Individual data for class Doomsday Book T/A Humanities department Learning Programme Year 7 Half-Term 4Subject: History

6 Title Section 2 Unit 4 Learning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Life in Medieval England Medieval village under the feudal systemStarter- spot the difference Complete w/s activity on village life Complete sheet from classT/A “ Living in Medieval Towns Starter- how and why towns grew and potential problems Watch DVD ‘Filthy Cities’ and make notes on conditions T/A “ Redesigning LondonStarter- review DVD excerpt and spider dgm observations Redesign London according to set criteria Teacher assess a winner RevisionT/A “ Assessment preparationContrast between Rotten Rome and Medieval London T/A “ Assessment 3Assessment T/A and P/A Humanities department Learning Programme Year 7 Half-Term 5Subject: History

7 Title Section 2 Unit 4 Learning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Life in Medieval EnglandMedicine in Medieval times Starter- spider dgm of what a modern hospital is like A3 categorize into hygiene/nurses/medicine Watch excerpt of historical hospital and compare modern with medieval List key words and define Plenary- list key words to image Complete sheet from class T/A “ Black Death and its spreadStarter- anagram Follow lesson as per file on central system Why was the Black Death so terrifying T/A “ Thomas Beckett Starter-work out what is going on in room, what has happened? In pairs; go through research and fill in theory as lesson proceeds Decide why the King agreed to be whipped Essay on theory T/A “ Was Robin Hood a hero or villain?Work through sources to reach a conclusion on Robin HoodEvaluationT/A Humanities department Learning Programme Year 7 Half-Term 6Subject: History


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