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SUBJECT
Subject content
( What will be covered)
THE CRUSADES
THE FIRST CRUSADE AND
THE CREATION OF THE
CRUSADER STATES IN THE
OUTREMER
1095-c1140
HISTORY
As a result, what students should
know /understood
THE AFFLUENT SOCIETY,
1951–1964
12
SUMMARY CURRICULUM PLAN
What students should be
able to do
The situation in Europe and the Near
East in 1095 including the rise of the
Seljuk Turks
Explain the reasons behind the First
Crusade including the motivations of the
Pope and the crusaders themselves
The reasons behind Pope Urban’s call
for the First Crusade
Analyse the key reasons behind success
of the First Crusade and defend their
opinion as to which factor was most
important in success
The motivations of those that joined
the First Crusade
The course of the First Crusade
THE MAKING OF MODERN
BRITAIN
Year
By when
( Half term 1 >
6)
Regular practice
exam answers
Term 1
Regular practice
exam answers
Term 1
Begin to understand what life was like in
the Outremer
The feudal structure of the Outremer
Develop the skills to answer Unit 1 AS
exam questions
Conservative governments and reasons
for political dominance
Explain the reasons for 13 years of
Conservative dominance
Economic developments: post-war
boom; balance of payments issues and
'stop-go' policies
Analyse the strengths and weaknesses
of the economy during this period
Social developments: rising living
standards; the impact of affluence and
consumerism; changing
social attitudes and tensions
Examine the extent to which this was a
‘golden age’
Foreign relations
How students will be
assessed
Analyse the extent to which Britain
managed to remain a world power
THE CRUSADES
THE SECOND CRUSADE AND
ITS IMPACT
c1140-1180
The reasons behind the Second
Crusade including problems in the
crusader states and the fall of Edessa
Explain the reasons behind the Second
Crusade including motivations of the key
individuals
The motivations of Bernard of
Clairvaux, Pope Eugenius, Louis VII and
Conrad III in calling for or leading the
Second Crusade
Analyse the key reasons behind failure
of the Second Crusade and defend their
opinion as to which factor was most
important in failure
The reasons behind the Second
Crusade’s failure
Increase their skills and confidence in
tackling Unit 1 AS exam questions
The relationship between East and
West after the Second Crusade
Wilson and the Labour governments
THE MAKING OF MODERN
BRITAIN
THE SIXTIES 1964-1970
Labour divisions; the beginning of the
'troubles' in Northern Ireland; the end
of post-war consensus; loss of
1970 election
Liberal reforming legislation
Explain the problems of the Labour
government and the reasons behind the
election defeat in 1970
Regular practice
exam answers
Term 2
Regular practice
exam answers
Term 2
Regular practice
exam answers
Term 2
Analyse the extent to which there was a
social revolution during the Sixties
Social and cultural change eg. media,
leisure, science, role of women, youth
culture, immigration
THE MAKING OF MODERN
BRITAIN
THE END OF POST-WAR
CONSENSUS 1970-1979
Relations with and policies towards
USA, Europe and decolonisation
The Conservative and Labour
governments of the period
Society in the 1970s: progress of
feminism; race and immigration;
youth; environmentalism
Britain's entry into and relations with
Europe; the state of the 'special
relationship' with USA; USSR and China
Explain strengths and weaknesses of
foreign policy during the period
Explain the key issues faced by
governments during this period eg.
Northern Ireland, economic problems
Analyse the changes in society
Analyse the changing position of Britain
on the world stage
CEIAG
Decision-making
Evaluation of evidence
Presenting to peers
Justification of a point of view
Working in a group
Creativity