Dictators: Rise of 20thC Dictators | Rule of 20thC Dictators
Wars: Origins of Wars | WW1 / WW2: origins compared
Tsar Alexander II
Tsar Alexander III
IGCSE Revision and Study Skills
•IGCSE Paper 1 Model Answers
IBDP Essay/Sourcework Skills •IB Historiography / TOK •IB Internal Assessment • IB Extended Essay •40+ Model Essays •IB Curriculum Map •IB Revision
Early Modern British:
Henry VII | Henry VIII 1509-1529 | Henry VIII 1529-1547 | Edward VI | Mary I | Elizabeth I
Lutheran Reformation | Zwingli/Calvin/ Radicals | Counter-Reformation | Ferdinand/Isabella | Charles I/Phillip II | Ottoman Empire | French Revolution / Napoleon
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ActiveHistory provides educational, award-winning interactive simulations, decision-making games, self-marking quizzes, high-quality worksheets and detailed lesson plans for the history classroom.
All resources have been designed by full-time history teacher Russel Tarr.
Dozens of unique, self-contained online simulations, virtual interviews, and decision making games
Scores of creative, rigorous worksheets and activity plans, all tried in the history classroom
Model answers, teacher notes and support materials and guidance are provided for teachers only
Loads of self-marking tests, quizzes and arcade games bring revision alive in the exam season
What makes ActiveHistory unique is the vast range of interactive online computer simulations which allow students to learn at their own pace, in an engaging but rigorous manner.
New resources are added every single week of the year!
Online Simulation: Are you the fifth Beatle?
Why did Beatlemania sweep the USA in the 1960s?
Who was the greatest of the other Rock n Rollers?
How and why did adults and teenagers disagree about Elvis Presley?
What sorts of movies were popular with teenagers in the 1950s?
Why did teenage identity start to emerge in the 1950s?
History Podcast App from ActiveHistory
Statues and History Standalone lesson materials
Multimedia Presentation: Gorbachevs Rule
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