A worksheet specifically designed to help student compile all of the necessary information to successfully prepare for the Historical Knowledge component of exams. It has sections where students demonstrate significant people, places, terms, as well as cause and consequences, change on continuity, as well as motives and historical empathy. The format allows it to be used for any historical topic or student level.
A ready-to-use digital student research journal that follows the same 9-step research process from the History Skills website. Each research stage has explanations, blank tables and hyperlinks to examples to aid with the completion of essay research. There is space for 10 unique sources, each with its own table for the collection of both direct and indirect quotes. (Microsoft Word format)
28 posters for classroom display with thought-provoking texts in order to generate good discussions in History lessons. Each poster is provided as a PDF file at A3 size, but can be printed larger or smaller, depending on your needs. Preview images of the posters can be found here: https://www.historyskills.com/favourites/quotes/
This provides full access to all current Year 10 Units in the Classroom section of the History Skills website for the 2021 calendar year (January to December).
Current units: Inter-War Years, World War Two, Rights and Freedoms, Cold War, and Popular Culture.
This provides full access to all current Ancient History Units in the Classroom section of the History Skills website for the 2021 calendar year (January to December).
Current units: Archaeology, Egypt, Greece, Alexander the Great, Rome, Early Middle Ages, and the Crusades.
History Skills is proud to be a contributing author for the latest Senior Ancient History textbook for Queensland. Working as part of an outstanding group of authors who have built the product around the 'inquiry approach', I look forward to seeing how this product helps support both students and teachers in the new syllabus.
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