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-114300-228600Holgate School Sports College<br />HISTORY DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2010-11<br />The Importance of History<br />H...
History@Holgate Curriculum Map
History@Holgate Curriculum Map
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An overview for parents of what is studied at Key Stage 4 at Holgate.

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  1. 1. -114300-228600Holgate School Sports College<br />HISTORY DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK 2010-11<br />The Importance of History<br />History fires pupils' curiosity and imagination, moving and inspiring them with the dilemmas, choices and beliefs of people in the past. It helps pupils develop their own identities through an understanding of history at personal, local, national and international levels. It helps them to ask and answer questions of the present by engaging with the past.<br />Pupils find out about the history of their community, Britain, Europe and the world. They develop a chronological overview that enables them to develop a coherent understanding of the past and to make connections within and across different periods and societies. They investigate Britain's relationships with the wider world, and relate past events to the present day.<br />As they develop their understanding of the nature of historical study, pupils ask and answer important questions, evaluate evidence, identify and analyse different interpretations of the past, and learn to substantiate any arguments and judgements they make. They appreciate why they are learning what they are learning and can debate its significance.<br />History prepares pupils for the future, equipping them with knowledge and skills that are prized in adult life, enhancing employability and developing an ability to take part in a democratic society. It encourages mutual understanding of the historic origins of our ethnic and cultural diversity, and helps pupils become confident and questioning individuals.<br />Curriculum Map<br />Key Stage 4 - HISTORY<br />OCR Modern World SPECIFICATION B:<br />At Key Stage 4, students follow the OCR Modern World History Syllabus. Specifically, students learn about International History from the WW1 Peace settlement. In paper 1, Pupils study the USA as the depth topic 1919-1941.<br />In paper 2, pupils study Social and Political changes in the 20th Century looking at how far British Society changed from 1939-1975.<br />The controlled assessment replaces traditional coursework and looks at either:<br />Changes in terrorism since 1969.<br />OR<br />How far did British society change 1939-75? (short course)<br />1 Year full course GCSE History<br />Half Term 1 (a)Half Term 1 (b)Half Term 2 (a)Half Term 2 (b)Half Term 3 (a)Half Term 3 (b)Treaty of VersaillesLeague of NationsMOCK EXAMStart Causes of WW2 Causes of WW2MOCK EXAMControlled Assessment unit:Changes in terrorism post 1969.All controlled assessments to be marked with grades inputted by January 31st.FULL PAPER 1 MOCK EXAM IN THE HALLUSA Depth TopicWHOLE PAPER 1 MOCK EXAMPaper 2 – the impact of the second world war – including women and young peoplePaper 2 – the post world war – a new age? Including the welfare state, NHS and immigrationPaper 2 – how far did life change? Focus on i) Women. Women’s liberation, abortion, divorce ii)Teenagers. Music, fashion, rebellions, education and student protestsWHOLE PAPER 2 MOCK EXAMConclude paper 2REVISION<br />1 Year short course GCSE History<br />Half Term 1 (a)Half Term 1 (b)Half Term 2 (a)Half Term 2 (b)Half Term 3 (a)Half Term 3 (b)Treaty of VersaillesLeague of NationsCauses of WW2FULL PAPER 1 MOCK EXAM Controlled assessment:How far did British society change 1939-75?Controlled assessmentRevisionSECOND YEAR – IF PUPILS CONTINUE, THEY WILL ACHIEVE 1 ½ GCSE’sControlled Assessment unit:Changes in terrorism post 1969.Controlled Assessment unitAll controlled assessments to be marked with grades inputted by January 31st.FULL PAPER 1 MOCK EXAM IN THE HALLUSA Depth StudyUSA Depth StudyPaper 2 (note – content previously taught – CA for short course year 1)Revision<br />Full course GCSE<br />Half Term 1 (a)Half Term 1 (b)Half Term 2 (a)Half Term 2 (b)Half Term 3 (a)Half Term 3 (b)Treaty of VersaillesThe League of NationsCauses of WW2MOCK EXAM USA Depth StudyUSA Depth StudyRevision of Paper 1PAPER 1 MOCK EXAMHalf Term 1 (a)Half Term 1 (b)Half Term 2 (a)Half Term 2 (b)Half Term 3 (a)Half Term 3 (b)Controlled assessment:Changes in terrorism post 1969Controlled assessmentAll controlled assessments to be marked with grades inputted by January 31st.FULL PAPER 1 MOCK EXAM IN THE HALLPaper 2 – the impact of the second world war – including women and young peoplePaper 2 – the post world war – a new age? Including the welfare state, NHS and immigrationPaper 2 – how far did life change? Focus on i) Women. Women’s liberation, abortion, divorce ii) Teenagers. Music, fashion, rebellions, education and student protestsWHOLE PAPER 2 MOCK EXAMRevision<br />
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