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Burghley's Almshouse: Historic Environment for AQA GCSE (9-1) History (2022 exams)

History 14-16 Teacher Training Webinar

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Can’t attend live? You can still book! Take advantage of our anytime, anywhere access – all registered teachers receive the full recording to watch as many times as you want, for up to 6 months.

Why attend?

Make Burghley’s Almshouse your best site yet with unparalleled insight and historical scholarship from Professor Stephen Alford, woven into creative lesson ideas and exam advice from Carmel Bones.

Carmel’s historic environment webinars are the most popular events we run and in 2020, they were recognised in the Edtech50 Yearbook and shortlisted for Best CPD in the Teach Secondary Awards.

  • Develop your content knowledge of Burghley’s Almshouse, including the chronology, location and design
  • Enjoy two exclusive 10-minute videos with Professor Stephen Alford, author of biography Burghley, and hear Carmel’s recommendations for using this scholarship to shape your lessons
  • Discover effective strategies to challenge, support and move forward all students, irrespective of their starting points
  • Feel confident about the requirements and criteria for success in the historic environment question, worth 10% of the final marks

All delegates will receive 6 months’ access to a 360° virtual tour of the Almshouse, which is being shared free of charge with all teachers in 2021 to support students learning in school and at home.

Booking references: HIA121021 / HIA230921

MULTI-BUY DISCOUNTS!

  • Buy 1 webinar, get a 2nd half price – use code WI0009040
  • Buy 2 webinars, get a 3rd free – use code WF0008815  
  • Buy 3 webinars, get a 4th free – use code WB0000460

​Please note: This is not an official AQA event and therefore the views and messages shared are not representative of AQA. For more information about the specifications and official events, please visit www.aqa.org.uk. Hodder Education codes: 3221121021 / 3221230921

Programme

3.30pm Introductions and sound checks
3.35pm Content and questions: Part 1
  • Queen Elizabeth and William Cecil, Lord Burghley
  • Getting to grips with the details: chronology, location, design
  • The Almshouses – originator and occupants. How do they reflect the cultures, values and fashions of the time
  • The latest historical scholarship: William Cecil’s life and Elizabethan attitudes to poverty from Professor Stephen Alford
4.15pm Time travelling the problem of poverty in the 16th century
  • Experiences in towns and the countryside
4.25pm Content and questions: Part 2
  • Links to second order concepts and question approaches
4.55pm Conclusions
5.00pm Webinar ends

Why attend?

Make Burghley’s Almshouse your best site yet with unparalleled insight and historical scholarship from Professor Stephen Alford, woven into creative lesson ideas and exam advice from Carmel Bones.

Carmel’s historic environment webinars are the most popular events we run and in 2020, they were recognised in the Edtech50 Yearbook and shortlisted for Best CPD in the Teach Secondary Awards.

  • Develop your content knowledge of Burghley’s Almshouse, including the chronology, location and design
  • Enjoy two exclusive 10-minute videos with Professor Stephen Alford, author of biography Burghley, and hear Carmel’s recommendations for using this scholarship to shape your lessons
  • Discover effective strategies to challenge, support and move forward all students, irrespective of their starting points
  • Feel confident about the requirements and criteria for success in the historic environment question, worth 10% of the final marks

All delegates will receive 6 months’ access to a 360° virtual tour of the Almshouse, which is being shared free of charge with all teachers in 2021 to support students learning in school and at home.

Booking references: HIA121021 / HIA230921

MULTI-BUY DISCOUNTS!

  • Buy 1 webinar, get a 2nd half price – use code WI0009040
  • Buy 2 webinars, get a 3rd free – use code WF0008815  
  • Buy 3 webinars, get a 4th free – use code WB0000460

​Please note: This is not an official AQA event and therefore the views and messages shared are not representative of AQA. For more information about the specifications and official events, please visit www.aqa.org.uk. Hodder Education codes: 3221121021 / 3221230921

Programme

3.30pm Introductions and sound checks
3.35pm Content and questions: Part 1
  • Queen Elizabeth and William Cecil, Lord Burghley
  • Getting to grips with the details: chronology, location, design
  • The Almshouses – originator and occupants. How do they reflect the cultures, values and fashions of the time
  • The latest historical scholarship: William Cecil’s life and Elizabethan attitudes to poverty from Professor Stephen Alford
4.15pm Time travelling the problem of poverty in the 16th century
  • Experiences in towns and the countryside
4.25pm Content and questions: Part 2
  • Links to second order concepts and question approaches
4.55pm Conclusions
5.00pm Webinar ends

Why attend?

Make Burghley’s Almshouse your best site yet with unparalleled insight and historical scholarship from Professor Stephen Alford, woven into creative lesson ideas and exam advice from Carmel Bones.

Carmel’s historic environment webinars are the most popular events we run and in 2020, they were recognised in the Edtech50 Yearbook and shortlisted for Best CPD in the Teach Secondary Awards.

  • Develop your content knowledge of Burghley’s Almshouse, including the chronology, location and design
  • Enjoy two exclusive 10-minute videos with Professor Stephen Alford, author of biography Burghley, and hear Carmel’s recommendations for using this scholarship to shape your lessons
  • Discover effective strategies to challenge, support and move forward all students, irrespective of their starting points
  • Feel confident about the requirements and criteria for success in the historic environment question, worth 10% of the final marks

All delegates will receive 6 months’ access to a 360° virtual tour of the Almshouse, which is being shared free of charge with all teachers in 2021 to support students learning in school and at home.

Booking references: HIA121021 / HIA230921

MULTI-BUY DISCOUNTS!

  • Buy 1 webinar, get a 2nd half price – use code WI0009040
  • Buy 2 webinars, get a 3rd free – use code WF0008815  
  • Buy 3 webinars, get a 4th free – use code WB0000460

​Please note: This is not an official AQA event and therefore the views and messages shared are not representative of AQA. For more information about the specifications and official events, please visit www.aqa.org.uk. Hodder Education codes: 3221121021 / 3221230921

Programme

3.30pm Introductions and sound checks
3.35pm Content and questions: Part 1
  • Queen Elizabeth and William Cecil, Lord Burghley
  • Getting to grips with the details: chronology, location, design
  • The Almshouses – originator and occupants. How do they reflect the cultures, values and fashions of the time
  • The latest historical scholarship: William Cecil’s life and Elizabethan attitudes to poverty from Professor Stephen Alford
4.15pm Time travelling the problem of poverty in the 16th century
  • Experiences in towns and the countryside
4.25pm Content and questions: Part 2
  • Links to second order concepts and question approaches
4.55pm Conclusions
5.00pm Webinar ends

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3221121021
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You will receive log-in details at least 3 days before the webinar takes place.
Visit zoom.us/test to make sure you are ready to access the webinar.

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3221230921
Hosted on Zoom
You will receive log-in details at least 3 days before the webinar takes place.
Visit zoom.us/test to make sure you are ready to access the webinar.