History

Objectives:

AO1 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the key features and characteristics of the periods studied.

AO2 Explain and analyse historical events and periods studied using second order historical concepts.

AO3 Analyse, evaluate and use sources (contemporary to the period) to make substantiated judgements, in the context of historical events studied.

AO4 Analyse, evaluate and make substantiated judgements about interpretations (including how and why interpretations may differ) in the context of historical events studied.


Year

Year 10

Term

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Unit

British Depth Study:

Early Elizabethan England 1558-88

(Paper 2)

Modern Depth Study:

Weimar and Nazi Germany 1918-39

(Paper 3)

Period Study:

Superpower Relations and the Cold War 1941-91

(Paper 2)

Time

15 weeks

12 weeks

14 weeks

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AO1 & 2

1. The Queen, government & religion 1558-69.

2. Challenges to Elizabeth at home and abroad 1569-88.

Elizabethan Society in the Age of Exploration, 1558-88.

AO1, 2, 3 & 4

1. The Weimar Republic 1918-29.

2. Hitler’s rise to power 1919-33.

3. Nazi control and dictatorship 1933-39.

Life in Nazi Germany 1933-39.

AO1 & 2

1. The origins of the Cold War 1941-58

2. Cold War Crises 1958-70

The end of the Cold War 1970-91


Year

Year 11

Term

Autumn

Spring

 

Unit

Thematic Study:

Medicine in Britain 1250 – Present

And The British sector of the Western Front, 1914 – 18 injuries, treatment and the trenches

(Paper 1)

Thematic Study:

Medicine in Britain 1250 – Present

And The British sector of the Western Front, 1914 – 18 injuries, treatment and the trenches

(Paper 1)

Revision

 

Time

14 weeks

1

6 weeks

6 weeks

3 weeks

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AO1, 2 & 3

i. Ideas on the causes of disease.

ii. Approaches to prevention and treatment

iii. Case studies

For the following periods:

1. 1250-1500: Medicine in medieval England.

2. 1500-1700: The Medical Renaissance in England.

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AO1, 2 & 3

i. Ideas on the causes of disease.

ii. Approaches to prevention and treatment

iii. Case studies

For the following periods:

1. 1250-1500: Medicine in medieval England.

2. 1500-1700: The Medical Renaissance in England.

 

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