HISTORY (GCSE) Mr D Jackson

Key dates Wednesday 1st June 10am – 3pm (Main Hall). History Revision Day.
Monday 6th June 8.30 am – 10 am (Main Hall). Paper 1 Exam.
Tuesday 14th June 2.00pm – 3.30 pm (Main Hall) Paper 2 Exam.
What revision should students do over Easter? 1. Take the Arab-Israeli, Cold War and Germany online quiz once.
2. Then check the results tab and see what questions you got wrong.
3. Use your 5W revision cards to go over these areas.
4. Take each test a second time.
5. Again check the results tab and see what questions you got wrong.
6. Again your 5W revision cards to go over these areas.
7. Take each test a final time.
8. For a final time, check the results tab and see what questions you got wrong.
9. For a final time use your 5W revision cards to go over these areas.
What resources should students use for revision? Use your revision guides (given to you by your History teacher in December).
Check out the online resources that have been shared with you on Google Docs.
Use the BBC Bitesize website for the Germany, Cold War and First World War units.
One top tip Before you finish a paragraph, always stop and ask yourself “why have I just given that information for this particular question?” Then ensure you make a clear and explicit link back to the original question at the end of each paragraph.

BBC Bitesize GCSE Modern World History:

BBC Bitesize GCSE The Middle East Class Clips:

Accelerated Study Notes - I/GCSE History Revision Guide:

School History GCSE History Revision - Weimar and Nazi Germany:

MrBuddHistory - The origins and course of the first world war: 1905-1918:

MrBuddHistory - The development of dictatorship: Germany 1918-1945:

MrBuddHistory - Superpower relations: 1945-1962:

History Resources


History GCSE Past Papers & Mark Schemes