History - Year 10

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Week beginning

7/9

Subject Topic

Montgomery bus boycott

Key Learning points/big questions

  • Why was there a bus boycott?

  • What happened during the boycott?

  • What was the importance of the boycott to the civil rights movement?

Independent/Home learning

N/A

Linked Assessment

Describe the events of the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955 – 1956

 

Describe the Sit-ins

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

 

Explain why events in Birmingham were important in the campaign for civil rights.

 

How important was Martin Luther King in the struggle for civil rights in the USA between 1941 and 1970?

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

Resources

SharePoint PowerPoint

 

Year 10 – Civil Rights Movement to the Black Panthers

Week beginning

14/9

Subject Topic

Sit-ins

Key Learning points/big questions

  • What were sit-ins?

  • Why were the events at Greensboro so important for the civil rights movement?

Independent/Home learning

Knowledge Organisers:

Reduce Expand Develop KPI 1 & KPI 2

Linked Assessment

Describe the events of the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955 – 1956

 

Describe the Sit-ins

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

 

Explain why events in Birmingham were important in the campaign for civil rights.

 

How important was Martin Luther King in the struggle for civil rights in the USA between 1941 and 1970?

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

Resources

SharePoint PowerPoint

 

Year 10 – Civil Rights Movement to the Black Panthers

Week beginning

21/9

Subject Topic

Freedom rides

Key Learning points/big questions

  • What were the Freedom Rides and why were they organised?

  • Who were CORE?

  • What happened?

  • How successful were the Freedom Rides?

Independent/Home learning

Knowledge Organisers:

Reduce Expand Develop KPI 3 & KPI 4

Linked Assessment

Describe the events of the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955 – 1956

 

Describe the Sit-ins

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

 

Explain why events in Birmingham were important in the campaign for civil rights.

 

How important was Martin Luther King in the struggle for civil rights in the USA between 1941 and 1970?

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

Resources

SharePoint PowerPoint

 

Year 10 – Civil Rights Movement to the Black Panthers

Week beginning

28/9

Subject Topic

The role of Martin Luther King

Key Learning points/big questions

  • Who was Martin Luther King and what did he believe?

  • What happened in Birmingham in 1963?

Independent/Home learning

Knowledge Organisers:

Reduce Expand Develop KPI 5 & KPI 6

Linked Assessment

Describe the events of the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955 – 1956

 

Describe the Sit-ins

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

 

Explain why events in Birmingham were important in the campaign for civil rights.

 

How important was Martin Luther King in the struggle for civil rights in the USA between 1941 and 1970?

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

Resources

SharePoint PowerPoint

 

Year 10 – Civil Rights Movement to the Black Panthers

Week beginning

5/10

Subject Topic

Martin Luther King and the March on Washington, 1963

 

Martin Luther king’s assassination

Key Learning points/big questions

  • Why was there a march on Washington?

  • What happened?

  • What were the consequences of the march?

  • When and where was MLK assassinated and what was the reaction to this event?

Independent/Home learning

Knowledge Organisers:

Reduce Expand Develop KPI 1 & KPI 2

Linked Assessment

Describe the events of the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955 – 1956

 

Describe the Sit-ins

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

 

Explain why events in Birmingham were important in the campaign for civil rights.

 

How important was Martin Luther King in the struggle for civil rights in the USA between 1941 and 1970?

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

Resources

SharePoint PowerPoint

 

Year 10 – Civil Rights Movement to the Black Panthers

Week beginning

12/10

Subject Topic

The role of Malcolm X

Key Learning points/big questions

  • Who was Malcolm X and what was his message?

  • Who were the Nation of Islam and what were their aims?

  • What was the influence of Malcolm X?

Independent/Home learning

Knowledge Organisers:

Reduce Expand Develop KPI 3 & KPI 4

Linked Assessment

Describe the events of the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955 – 1956

 

Describe the Sit-ins

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

 

Explain why events in Birmingham were important in the campaign for civil rights.

 

How important was Martin Luther King in the struggle for civil rights in the USA between 1941 and 1970?

 

A practice question on arranging events in order of their significance

Resources

SharePoint PowerPoint

 

Year 10 – Civil Rights Movement to the Black Panthers

Week beginning

19/10

Subject Topic

The Civil Rights Act 1964

Selma and voting rights

Key Learning points/big questions

  • What were the terms of the Civil Rights Act?

  • How important was it?

  • Why was there a march in Selma in 1965?

  • How successful were the Selma marches?

Independent/Home learning

Knowledge Organisers:

Reduce Expand Develop KPI 5 & KPI 6

Linked Assessment

How far did the civil rights legislation of the early 1960s change the lives of black Americans by 1970?

Resources

SharePoint PowerPoint

 

Year 10 – Civil Rights Movement to the Black Panthers

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