GCSE History: Getting to grips with Elizabethan England
This course will provide guidance and support to help you teach this new and popular British depth study option for GCSE History. We will examine the content, assessment outcomes and historic environment question, specifically focusing on Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire for 2018.
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- examine course content requirements outlining themes, key concepts, causal links and individuals
- explore engaging classroom strategies for linear learning
- unpick assessment objectives and develop skills and techniques for exam success
- investigate requirements and approaches to address the nominated site question linked to Hardwick Hall in 2018.
Carmel Bones is a teaching and learning enthusiast. An advanced skills teacher, author, trainer and examiner, she now works in schools internationally helping to optimise outcomes for learners and teachers. Preparing for the 2018 GCSE exams she is delighted to use her expertise since she has taught the topic of Elizabethan England for 20 years. In January 2017 she presented a 360 VR tour of Hardwick Hall at Bett. She has written history materials for BBC Bitesize and Clickview. She is a member of the Historical Association's Secondary Committee and in 2017 was delighted to be made an honorary fellow.
All teachers of the new GCSE History specification.