History Revision and Support

Knowledge Organisers for History can be found HERE

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What content does this cover?

Medicine Through Time: 1250 - 2000

  • c1250–c1500: Medicine in Medieval England

  • c1500–c1700: The Medical Renaissance in England 

  • c1700–c1900: Medicine in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century Britain

  • c1900–present: Medicine in modern Britain

  • The British sector of the Western Front, 1914–18: surgery and treatment 

What content does this cover?

Spain and the New World: 1490-1555

  • c1490 -1512: Spain reaches the Americas

  • c1513-c1528: The Conquistadors

  • C1528-c1555: The Spanish Empire

Early Elizabethan England: 1558-1588

  • 1558-1569: Queen, government and religion in the years 

  • 1569-88: Challenges to Elizabeth at home and abroad in the years 

  • 1558-88: Elizabethan society in the Age of Exploration

What content does this cover?

The USA conflict at home and abroad: 1954 - 1975

  • c1954-1960: The development of the Civil Rights Movement

  • c1960-1975: Protest, progress and radicalism

  • c1954-1975: US involvement in the Vietnam War 

  • c1964-75: Reactions to and the end of US involvement in Vietnam

How should I revise?

Often there are short mark questions such as key features recalling dates and key events.  The best technique to practise recalling these are: Mind Maps and Brain Dumps

 

Flash revision cards are really good to test your understanding around key era’s stated above and are a great way to work with your family to practise recall.

 

For longer-marked questions such as how far do you agree and explain why, using past papers and planning sheets is often the best way to revise..

How should I revise?

Some questions require an analysis of cause and consequence. The best way to revise this is through Mind Maps and Brain ups. 

 

Often there are short mark questions such as the narrative account, recalling dates and key events. The best technique to practise recalling these are: Flashcards, Mind Maps and Brain Dumps

 

For longer-mark questions such as how far do you agree, using past papers and planning sheets is often the best way to revise.

How should I revise?

Often there are short mark questions recalling dates and key events.  The best technique to practise recalling these are: Mind Maps and Brain Dumps

 

Often Civil Rights Movement and Radicalism are compared and contrasted to test students' understanding of the impacts.  Self quizzing key questions here are the best resources to improve recall, utilising knowledge organisers to mark your work.

 

For longer-marked questions such as how far do you agree and explain why, using past papers and planning sheets is often the best way to revise.

Key Revision Techniques:

Brain Dumps

Mind Maps

Flash Cards

Using past papers

Key Revision Techniques:

Brain Dumps

Mind Maps

Using past papers

Flashcards

Key Revision Techniques:

Brain Dumps

Mind Maps

Self Quizzing

Using past papers

Resources

Knowledge Organiser

Revision Guide: Content

Revision Guide: Content WW1

Revision Guide: Exam Technique

Spain and the New World: 1490-1555

Resources

Knowledge Organiser

Revision Guide: Content 

Revision Guide: Exam Technique

Early Elizabethan England: 1558-1588

Resources

Knowledge Organiser

Key Terms List

Revision Guide: Content

Revision Guide: Exam Technique 

Resources

Knowledge Organiser

Revision Guide: Content Civil RIghts

Revision Guide: Content Vietnam War

Revision Guide: Exam Technique 

Other useful resources

BBC Bitesize

Youtube Videos

Seneca 

The Great Smog Episode - The Crown

Other useful resources

Youtube Videos

Pearson Revision Guide

 

Other useful resources

BBC Bitesize

Timeline of Events

Other useful resources

BBC Bitesize- Vietnam War

BBC Bitesize - Civil Rights

Black History Month (Civil Rights) 

History.com - Civil Rights

History.com - Vietnam War

Youtube - Civil Rights

Youtube - Vietnam War Documentary 

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