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This 1:1 tutoring helps improve student's understanding of the Ancient World, the Medieval Period and the Early Modern History. Worksheets with different student-centred activities will be provided every lesson. Every week, we will look at a particular topic where students will gain general knowledge, understand historical context, expand upon ideas and evaluate different factors that affect these major events in history. Students will take a detailed look at the rise and fall of different...
At the end of the module, students should be able to: Week 1: Describe the historical background of Ancient Egyptian civilization through time periods; Identify the features of Ancient Egyptian society, including the government, social structure, system of writing, religion, and medicine; Identify the famous pharaohs and their contributions; Explain the significance of Egyptian invention and technology. Week 2: Describe the historical background of ancient Greek civilisation through time periods; Identify the features of ancient Greek society, including the government, social structure and culture; Identify the prominent philosophers and leaders; Explain the significance of contributions to modern knowledge. Week 3: Trace the history of ancient Rome from its origins to the Republic and the fall of the empire; Discuss how significant was the rule of the triumvirates in Roman history; Analyse the reasons behind the fall of the Roman Empire. Week 4: Feudalism Understand how feudalism began in Medieval Europe Analyse how the feudal system worked Discuss the events which led to its decline Assess the role of the church Be familiar with Medieval peasantry Week 5: The Black Death Trace the nature and causes of the Black Death Understand the science behind the plague Analyse how the plague affected Europe Week 6: The Medieval Life Describe the culture in towns and villages during the Middle Ages particularly jobs and industry Identify the major events that defined the Middle Ages Understand the reasons why certain tactics and weapons were utilised in Medieval Warfare Week 7: The Crusades Identify the key factors that contributed to the birth of the Crusades Understand the establishment of the Crusader Kingdoms as a result of the First Crusade Analyse the aims and importance of the First and Second Crusades during the early medieval period Associate the developments in trade and science brought by the Crusades Evaluate the political, economic, intellectual, and religious impact of the Crusades on Europe Week 8: The Islamic Civilisations Understand why the Ottoman Empire expand so quickly Identify the key roles in the government of the Ottoman Empire Describe the conflicts involving the Islamic world Examine Islamic influence on Western Europe Week 9: The Gunpowder Plot Be familiar with the state of religion during the reign of the Tudor monarchs; Understand the relation of James I to the Tudor Dynasty; Discuss the causes and nature of the Gunpowder Plot; Analyse the impact of the plot on English Catholics Week 10: The Magna Carta and the Parliament Understand the extent of King John’s power during his rule Examine the motives and provisions of the Magna Carta Analyse the events that caused the outbreak of war and the emergence of Parliament Identify the key figures in the emergence of Parliament Discuss the role of the Parliament Week 11 and 12: The Renaissance and the Reformation Understand the changes brought by the Renaissance Identify the factors leading to Protestant Reformation Analyse the impacts of the Protestant Reformation
I have over ten years teaching experience in bilingual, state and international schools. I've taught KS3 - A levels History and Geography; Humanities and English as a Foreign Language in classroom and online settings. I’m also a Cambridge International Education (CIE) History Assessment Specialist/ Assistant Examiner. I have professional development certifications in teaching CIE IGCSE, AS and A Level History. I enjoy teaching students of different ability levels and cultural backgrounds and take pleasure in making the subject interesting for my students. I also like to help students achieve their academic potential and get students inspired about the world around them. I have a proven track record including helping my students achieve the highest marks for Cambridge International Examinations IGCSE History in the whole of China (in June 2010 and June 2016 examinations).
Homework is optional. Unit topic reading will be provided if needed.
All materials/texts will be provided by the teacher.
Student work will not be ‘graded’ but will be assessed by reflecting on their own learning and progress and through teacher’s assessments.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Discussion will be kept at an age appropriate level.
https://schoolhistory.co.uk/ancient/ BBC Bitesize History
Qualified and experienced KS2- A levels History, Geography and EFL teacher.
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
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16 completed classes
Hi, I’m Johnette and I have a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a post-graduate teaching qualification in Secondary Education. I have over ten years teaching experience in bilingual, state and international schools. I've been teaching KS2...