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Subject:

History

KS3 Curriculum Content

The study of History at Telford Langley School aims to encourage students to develop a mutual understanding and respect for the world around them. With a focus upon the historical origins of the ethnic and cultural diversity of Britain, students will develop their understanding of history at a personal, local, national and international level.

The development of key historical skills are at the heart of History lessons at Telford Langley School. In addition to the historical knowledge that students will gain, their ability to understand chronology, recognise bias, evaluate different interpretations and analyse historical evidence will also be developed.

We believe that History is a subject that should be investigated and not just received. For this reason, history lessons centre on challenging students to question and debate key historical issues and events. We seek to develop students that can question the past and form their own opinions based on the interrogation of evidence.

History Enrichment Opportunities

We aim to build opportunities for students to express their learning in lessons through model making, role plays and cross curricula projects with the Art department. Where possible we use film and music to enhance the history learning experience. Aspects of the history experience at Telford Langley School we are aiming to develop further are visits to museums, exploring historical sites and inviting in guest speakers.

Year 7

The Development of church, state and society in Medieval Britain 1066- 1509: The Battle of Hastings, Life in Norman England, Depth study on Castles.

The Development of church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745: The reign of Henry Viii, The Reformation, Mary Tudor and Elizabeth I.

Year 8

The Development of church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745: The reign of the Stuart monarchs, The Civil War, The Great Plague and Fire of London.

Ideas, political power, industry and empire: Britain, 1745-1901: The Industrial Revolution, The development of the British Empire, The Slave Trade and Civil Rights Movement.

Year 9

Challenges for Britain, Europe and the wider world 1901 to the present day:

The 20th century world- The First World War, Rise of the Dictators, The Second World War, The Cold War, The Vietnam War and Terrorism in the modern world.

KS4 Course Content –

Year 10

Edexcel GCSE History B 9 – 1. Examined at the end of year 11

1) Medicine in Britain 1250 – present (with a specific focus on The British sector of the Western Front 1914-18: injuries, treatments and the trenches.)

2) The American West 1835- 1895

3) Early Elizabethan England 1558-88.

4) Weimer and Nazi Germany 1918 – 1939.

Students will sit 3 examinations:

Paper 1 – Medicine in Britain

Paper 2- American West and Elizabethan England

Paper 3- Weimer and Nazi Germany

Exam board link

https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/history-2016.html

Year 11

Edexcel GCSE History B. Examination at the end of year 11.

1) Medicine through time ( 1hr 15m examination)

2) The Transformation of Surgery 1845-1918 ( 1hr 15m examination)

3) The American West 1845-1890 ( 1hr 15m examination)

4) Controlled Assessment – Nazi Germany

Exam Board Link

https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/history-2016.html

QAN

601/0164/7