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AQA GCSE History: Elizabethan England Student Revision Conference

History 14-16 Student Revision

David Ferriby, Carmel Bones, David Starkey

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All students will receive a free copy of Hindsight magazine and every centre will take away a copy of AQA GCSE History: Elizabethan England, c1568-1603 student book

Why attend?

Prepare your students for success in the exams by taking a pragmatic approach to revision. This interactive, revision-focused day led by best-selling authors and teachers, Carmel Bones and David Ferriby, will provide ideas and strategies to top up your students’ content knowledge and useful tips to hone their exam techniques, plus expand their contextual understanding with a Keynote presentation from historian David Starkey.
  • Hear from Carmel Bones and David Ferriby as they break down the Elizabethan England paper question by question, looking at the approach, command words and optimal way of tackling the questions
  • Can’t take your students to The Globe Theatre? Explore the nominated site in a 360° Virtual Reality tour with detailed voiceovers of specific aspects of the site
1 FREE TEACHER PLACE for every 5 students booked! Please note, this discount will not be applied to your basket but we will change the price on your invoice when you confirm your numbers.

Conference code: HI280219 / HIA010319

All delegates must bring along their own printed or digital copies of AQA material in order to take part in all activities. You will receive confirmation of what you need to bring prior to the event.

Please note: This event is not an official AQA event and therefore the views and messages shared are not representative of AQA. For more information about the specification and official events, please visit www.aqa.org.uk

Programme

Please note: lunch will not be provided. 
10.30am Registration open
11.00am Welcome and introduction
11.05am Tackling Q1 How Convincing…
  •  Using examples from Life in Elizabethan times
11.40am Tackling Q2 Explain the importance...
  •  Using examples from Elizabeth's Court
12.15pm Tackling Q3 Write an account…
  • Using examples from troubles at home and abroad
12.45pm Lunch (not provided)
1.15pm Keynote presentation – David Starkey
  • 'Elizabeth I: Queen, Court, and Government
  • Q&A session
2.15pm Historic Environment – Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Explore the magnificent Globe Theatre, taking a 360° tour that shows how it illuminates the Elizabethan era
  • Gain an overview of location, function, structure and design, and how these aspects reflect the culture, values and fashions of the time
3.00pm Course ends

Why attend?

Prepare your students for success in the exams by taking a pragmatic approach to revision. This interactive, revision-focused day led by best-selling authors and teachers, Carmel Bones and David Ferriby, will provide ideas and strategies to top up your students’ content knowledge and useful tips to hone their exam techniques, plus expand their contextual understanding with a Keynote presentation from historian David Starkey.
  • Hear from Carmel Bones and David Ferriby as they break down the Elizabethan England paper question by question, looking at the approach, command words and optimal way of tackling the questions
  • Can’t take your students to The Globe Theatre? Explore the nominated site in a 360° Virtual Reality tour with detailed voiceovers of specific aspects of the site
1 FREE TEACHER PLACE for every 5 students booked! Please note, this discount will not be applied to your basket but we will change the price on your invoice when you confirm your numbers.

Conference code: HI280219 / HIA010319

All delegates must bring along their own printed or digital copies of AQA material in order to take part in all activities. You will receive confirmation of what you need to bring prior to the event.

Please note: This event is not an official AQA event and therefore the views and messages shared are not representative of AQA. For more information about the specification and official events, please visit www.aqa.org.uk

Programme

Please note: lunch will not be provided. 
10.30am Registration open
11.00am Welcome and introduction
11.05am Tackling Q1 How Convincing…
  •  Using examples from Life in Elizabethan times
11.40am Tackling Q2 Explain the importance...
  •  Using examples from Elizabeth's Court
12.15pm Tackling Q3 Write an account…
  • Using examples from troubles at home and abroad
12.45pm Lunch (not provided)
1.15pm Keynote presentation – David Starkey
  • 'Elizabeth I: Queen, Court, and Government
  • Q&A session
2.15pm Historic Environment – Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Explore the magnificent Globe Theatre, taking a 360° tour that shows how it illuminates the Elizabethan era
  • Gain an overview of location, function, structure and design, and how these aspects reflect the culture, values and fashions of the time
3.00pm Course ends

Presenters

Carmel Bones - Presenter
Carmel Bones - Presenter
Read Biography
David Ferriby - Presenter
David Ferriby - Presenter
Read Biography
David Starkey - Presenter
David Starkey - Presenter
Read Biography

Presenters

Carmel Bones - Presenter
Carmel Bones - Presenter
Read Biography
David Ferriby - Presenter
David Ferriby - Presenter
Read Biography
David Starkey - Presenter
David Starkey - Presenter
Read Biography

Venue

HI280219
London - venue TBC
The venue will be confirmed at least
two weeks before the event.

Venue

HIA010319
Manchester - venue TBC
The venue will be confirmed
at least 2 weeks before the event