KS3 History learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers organised by topic.
KS3 History Teaching Resources Browse our KS3 history teaching resources and revision activities that are specifically for teaching KS3 History in years 7, 8 and 9 (Age 11-14). These are suitable for teachers, homeschoolers or for self learning.
Dec 19, 2016 - Homework task sheets for year 8. See more ideas about Teaching art, Art classroom, Art lessons.History. The big quiz - Challenges for Year 8 and S2. 17 July - Play the big maths quiz featuring questions from this term's maths challenges. Maths. The Big Read: Write your own text. 17 July.In this section of the site you can find out about the curriculum for EYFS history, KS1 history and KS2 history and discover some great ways to get your child excited about history. We also have ideas for some great excursions to historical attractions and even some no-sew history costumes (or brilliant kids' history costumes to buy!). Plus, you can check out the Homework Gnome for every.
Showing top 8 worksheets in the category - Year 8 History. Some of the worksheets displayed are Year 8 study skills booklet, Year 8 history end of year exam revision, Year 8 grammar booklet 1 and tasks, History year 8, Year 7 revision lesson 1, Year 8 music work, Year 8 history spring 1 the rise of hitler, Year 8 progress tests. Once you find your worksheet, click on pop-out icon or print icon.Read More
Your child can learn, practice and test their year 8 (age 12 - 13) English skills with these automatically marked interactive year 8 English worksheets. We keep up to date with the year 8 English curriculum so you can be sure our Key Stage 3 English worksheets always adhere to the latest syllabus by exam board.Read More
History 14 - 15 Spanish 16 French 17 Computer Science 18 - 20. Year 8 WEEK 2: 26th June 2017. Revision material for each group will be available through Show My Homework which will give supportive questions on each of the topic areas listed above. Take notes on these topics In addition, students will be working on a programme of revision in lessons over the coming weeks in order to fully.Read More
Last term Year 8 took part in a National pilot for a new style of English Teaching. The English department were extremely privileged to be selected to trial these exciting new lessons from Pearson Education. These lessons focus on teaching Grammar skills in context and allow pupils to develop higher level reading and writing skills in a completely new and engaging way. Over the lessons pupils.Read More
Idea 8 - Getting to grips with the New Forest National Park: Idea 9 - Getting to grips with the magic of Gapminder: Idea 10 - Mapping disease: Watch it spread: Idea 11 - Urban landscapes and visual literacy: Imaging places: Idea 12 - What a lot of wind: Wind energy decision making assignment: Idea 13 Creating and modifying layers using PowerPoint.Read More
Communicate in ideas in a variety of ways; You can help by: Providing plenty of appropriate READING material such as the “Horrible History” Series; Visiting historical sites such as Cosmeston Medieval Village, or local castles; Encouraging your child to use the internet for research purposes; Checking through written work and helping with punctuation and grammar; Ensuring your child.Read More
If you are getting resistance from your child then try something more hands on like the ideas on my homeschool ideas page instead. There are lots of ways to learn and worksheets are just a part of that! Sponsored Links Using Worksheets in your Homeschool. Worksheets work well as part of a one hour schedule, or in homeschool workpockets. Top Tip - Save Paper. You don't have to print out your.Read More
Year 8 Curriculum. Home; Subjects; History; Scheme of Work; Year 8; Year 8 Options: Why take GCSE History? History is full of transferable skills, such as the ability to conduct research using different types of tools, the capacity to be a problem solver, the inspiration to be a creative thinker, an understanding of different people and societies, the skills to argue a case and to express your.Read More
Y8 Homework booklet Spring 1 Year 8 Spellings Group 3 N.B: You can access these spellings on the SpellAnywhere site (all details in front of booklet). Code at beginning refers to spelling list on site. Week 1 EC19 salvage scattered scrupulous sentient serendipity shatter shunned sketchy sporadic squander Week 2 EC19 stagnation stifled strive subjugate sublime succumb superfluous surreptitious.Read More