Teach any OCR topic, no prep needed!
Do you want to save dozens of hours in time? Get your evenings and weekends back? Be fully prepared to teach any OCR GCSE topic?
Every OCR topic is covered, and each module comes complete with:
Our OCR 9-1 GCSE History (J410) bundle is a comprehensive set of teaching materials that covers every single topic option. Access to this bundle includes:
- 8 complete modules for Component Group 1
- 3 complete modules for Component Group 2
- 5 complete modules for Component Group 3
- A Scheme of Work/lesson plan for each module
- Complete set of editable PowerPoint lessons for each module
- Accompanying worksheets and homework tasks for every module
- 3+ assessment tasks per module
If you or your school are teaching OCR GCSE History A, this bundle is the most complete set of teaching materials available to help you deliver the best lessons for your students. Save hundreds of hours in lesson planning by taking advantage of our completely editable materials today!
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Component Group 1
Period study with non-British depth study
Component Group 2
Component Group 3
British depth study with a study of the historic environment
Exam Booklets (2020 & 2021 Syllabus)
As a premium School History member, you can download all of the practice exam booklets covering every OCR A topic (2020 & 2021 Syllabus), produced by a highly experienced AQA and OCR marker. These are fully sourced and aligned to the AQA mark scheme.
As a premium School History Member, you can download all permissible combinations for OCR A Component 1 for 2020 and 2021 syllabus.
As a premium School History Member, you can download all permissible combinations for OCR A Component 2 for 2020 and 2021 syllabus.
As a premium School History Member, you can download all permissible combinations for OCR A Component 3 for 2020 and 2021 syllabus.
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History teacher, St John’s College, Harare, Zimbabwe
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From PPT presentations to handouts and assessments, the material is invaluable to any history teacher.