Revision Resources

In the downloads section below you will find resources your history team have prepared for you so that you can print them off and use them to structure your revision.

General Revision

  • Preparing for Success Revision Booklet. A really handy booklet that is full of questions you can try, knowledge organisers, revision checklists and revision tips.
  • How Do We Revise for History. Some tried and tested ways of revising that have been proven to be especially effective for history.

Germany Resources

  • Consolidation of Power Colouring Chart. A really simple roadmap that tells the story of how Hitler went from being a weak chancellor in January 1933 to an all-powerful dictator in August 1934. Colour it in, add notes and stick it up in a place in your home where you will see it every day.
  • Nazi Germany 3 Strikes Rise to Power. This revision tool is designed to help you remember key facts, dates, names etc. This version focusses on Weimar Germany and how the Nazis go into power. The basic idea is that once a you can remember a fact on three separate occasions, it should then be embedded in your memory for the exam.  Simply tick the right-hand column every time you get a question right.  Once you have three ticks, there is no need to return to that question.
  • Nazi Germany 3 Strikes Nazis in Power. This revision tool is designed to help you remember key facts, dates, names etc. This version focusses what life was like in Nazi controlled Germany between 1933-39. The basic idea is that once a you can remember a fact on three separate occasions, it should then be embedded in your memory for the exam.  Simply tick the right-hand column every time you get a question right.  Once you have three ticks, there is no need to return to that question.
  • Go For 5 Germany Booklet. A small booklet that outlines the key topics of the Germany course. A really simple way to revise is to look at each topic and then record 5 key facts / figures / dates, so you can show off your precise historical knowledge in the exam.

Cold War Resources

  • Cold War Who’s Who? A table with the names of all the key people from the course. Print it off and fill in 2-3 key facts on each person. Try it without your notes first and it will then guide you to the areas you need to spend most time on. Fill in the gaps using notes, revision guides etc.
  • Cold War 3 Strikes. This revision tool is designed to help you remember key facts, dates, names etc. This version focusses on the Cold War. The basic idea is that once a you can remember a fact on three separate occasions, it should then be embedded in your memory for the exam.  Simply tick the right-hand column every time you get a question right.  Once you have three ticks, there is no need to return to that question.
  • Go For 5 Cold War Sheet. A sheet that outlines the key topics of the Cold War course. A really simple way to revise is to look at each topic and then record 5 key facts / figures / dates, so you can show off your precise historical knowledge in the exam.

Elizabethan England Resources

  • Elizabeth’s Challenges 3 Strikes. This revision tool is designed to help you remember key facts, dates, names etc. This version focusses on the challenges that Elizabeth I was faced with and how she dealt with them. The basic idea is that once a you can remember a fact on three separate occasions, it should then be embedded in your memory for the exam.  Simply tick the right-hand column every time you get a question right.  Once you have three ticks, there is no need to return to that question.
  • Go For 5 Elizabeth Booklet. A small booklet that outlines the key topics of the Elizabeth course. A really simple way to revise is to look at each topic and then record 5 key facts / figures / dates, so you can show off your precise historical knowledge in the exam.

Downloads

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