Comprehensive WJEC GCSE History Modules for Every Topic

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Every WJEC topic is covered, and each module comes complete with:

Scheme of Work

Teachers Workflow Checklist

Exam Booklets (2020 Syllabus)

PowerPoint Presentations

Student Assessments

Quiz Questions

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Our WJEC 9-1 GCSE History bundle is a comprehensive set of teaching materials that covers every single topic option. Access to this bundle includes:

  • 4 complete modules for Unit 1
  • 4 complete modules for Unit 2
  • 4 complete modules for Unit 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 WJEC GCSE History, 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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Unit 1: Studies in Depth

Wales and the wider perspective

Written examination: 1 hour  25% of qualification  50 marks (plus 3 marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar and the use of specialist language)

Learners study one Study in Depth from four options in total. This unit focuses study on a substantial and coherent short time scale in the history of Wales within Britain. This unit will provide learners with the opportunity to understand the complexity of a society in the history of Wales within Britain more effectively. Learners should understand how the experience of people within Wales can be distinctive but also that it can reflect the wider relationship with Britain. This unit encourages learners to use a wide range of historical sources. Learners will also study different historical interpretations of specific events and issues.

Unit 2: Studies in Depth

History with a European / world focus

Written examination: 1 hour  25% of qualification  50 marks (plus 3 marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar and the use of specialist language)

Learners study one Study in Depth from four options in total. This unit focuses study on a substantial and coherent short time scale in the history of a society in Europe or the wider world.  This unit will provide learners with the opportunity to understand the complexity of a society in the history of Europe or the wider world more effectively. This unit also allows learners the opportunity to study history within a wider geographical context. This unit encourages learners to use a wide range of historical sources. Learners will also have the opportunity to create a variety of historical responses.

Unit 3: Thematic studies from a broad historical perspective

Written examination: 1 hour 15 minutes 30% of qualification 60 marks (plus 4 marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar and the use of specialist language)

Learners study one Thematic Study from four options in total. The thematic studies provide learners with the opportunity to study history in breadth and consequently understand the changing nature of developments and issues associated with particular periods within the context of British history. In this unit, the impact of change on Wales should be highlighted within the broader historical context. The thematic studies will also allow learners to understand change and continuity and similarity and difference across long sweeps of history, as well as the most significant characteristics of different ages. The thematic studies will focus study on different historical eras and different geographical contexts if appropriate. This unit encourages learners to develop an understanding of historical concepts in particular, including continuity, change, cause, consequence, significance and similarity and difference. Examination questions in this unit will require candidates to make reference to the impact of changes on Wales or a Welsh perspective and therefore examples of these must be studied.

WJEC GCSE Exam Booklets

Practice exam booklets covering every WJEC topic, produced by a highly experienced AQA and OCR marker. These are fully sourced and aligned to the WJEC mark scheme.

Exam Booklets

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