Year 7 History: Pirates Project
Please download the document below which will give you a lot of information which will help with your Pirates Project: Pirates You may also find these websites useful: http://www.rmg.co.uk/discover/explore/sea-ships/pirates http://www.history.com/news/8-real-life-pirates-who-roved-the-high-seas Good luck – I will look forward to seeing your finished projects!
Year 7 Padlets: American West (Autumn 2016)
Who Killed Olaf: Autumn Term 2016
Simply click on the button which gives your Form and Teacher. When you have clicked let your teacher know what you think – don’t forget to add your name.
Museum Floor Plan
Please click on the link below to access the Museum Floor Plan – you need to describe what will be in each room and why it is historically important/significant. Year 7 Local Museum Floor Plan
Year 7 Museum Homework
Click the link below for your homework sheet – you need to advertise the most important event in local history that you will talk about in your museum: Year 7 Banners
Year 7 Padlets – American West (November 2015)
Year 7 History: Who Killed Olaf?
Year 7: What Historical Stories should we display in our Local History Exhibition about Torquay?
“Torquay was built for Paignton to look at” Arthur Hyde Dendy Year 8 Local History Project Mark Scheme Agatha Christie’s links to Torquay are world famous – read on to find out how her life turned into it’s own mystery story: AGATHA CHRISTIE – QUEEN OF CRIME Since the early 20th century, […]
Year 7: What Historical Stories should we display in our Local History Exhibition about Paignton?
THE TOWN OF THE GOLDEN SANDS Year 8 Local History Project Mark Scheme Besides having a mention in the Domesday Book in 1086AD Paignton was, in 1066, a Celtic settlement known as Paega’s town. At the beginning of the 19th century, Paignton was famous for growing cabbages (in the Palace Avenue area) and […]
Year 7: Mrs Shaw’s Guide to how to create a local History Exhibition
Does Paignton have better historical stories than Torquay? When my teacher asked me to find out about local history in Torbay, my first thought was, what do I know about local history? I wasn’t born here but have lived here long enough to know more about our facinating local history. So, not brave enough to […]
Year 7: Miss Shaw’s Guide to produce a good Plains Indians Project
Page 1: Front Cover I chose to add a picture and to add colour on the front page as this shows: My IT skills. Improves the overall presentation. I used Google and typed in Plains Indians to obtain many images of Plains Indians. I chose this particular image as I felt it was a good […]
Year 7 History: Plains Indians Research Project
To look at all the information you will need to scroll down the page. Click the button to access the Doodle Poll and tell your teacher how much Homework you have completed: For some advice on how to complete your introduction please click the button below: Remember to organise the problems in a hierarchy and match […]
Year 7 History: Time Quest
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Year 7: Why did Duke William of Normandy win the Battle of Hastings?
You will be writing an assessment on the reasons why Duke William was able to win the battle and become King of England in 1066. This assessment is in place to help you meet your target level. The requirements for each level can be found in the following mark scheme. You should use this mark-scheme […]
Revision for Year 7 History Exam: Summer Term 2014
YEAR 7 HISTORY EXAM Section 1: American West Question 1 Definitions of key words. Question 2 American Settlers went west for many reasons: Questions 3 and 4 Slaughter of the Buffalo It has been estimated that in 1840 there were around 13 million buffalo roaming the Great Plains and they were essential for the survival of […]