This latest visual hexagon looks at the rise of Hitler and how he was appointed Chancellor in early 1933.
This visual hexagon resource looks at the early Tudor Church and is designed for my Year 13 A Level class.
This visual hexagon is on the changes Richard Arkwright brought with the factory system. This is my first visual hexagon I am going to use with my Year 9 class. Great for linking and stretching and challenging students.
This visual hexagon resource focuses upon why the Cold War ended. Students should be encouraged to identify the images and how they link to the central question and then make links where each side a hexagon touches the side of another hexagon. Great reviewing activity!
This visual hexagon resource is for a lesson on the Gunpowder Plot. Great for a Key Stage 3 lesson.
This visual hexagon is on the Berlin Wall and why it was built 1961. Great for revision and targeted for GCSE students.
These lesson resources are for a GCSE session on the Cold War during the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Cold War tensions – late 1950s
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