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Remembrance Day Lesson Plans

Overall rating 4 out of 54.8 (4 ratings)

Last updated 10 November 2013, created 01 November 2011, viewed 10,085

The Remember! resource enables students to build and deliver an assembly that explains to their school friends how our country has remembered soldiers who have lost their lives in conflict over the last 100 years. The Who do you think they were? resource works to enhance pupils’ understanding of More…the close bond between the Army and community, through a focus on the lives, service and deaths of local men who served during the Great War. Students remember soldiers within their own communities who have lost their lives.

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  • pdf documentLesson plan
    Assembly - Remember!.pdf (1mb, pdf document)
  • pdf documentLesson plan
    History - Who do you think they were.pdf (1mb, pdf document)
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  • Powerpoint documentAssembly
    Assembly - Remember!.ppt (528kb, Powerpoint document)
  • Excel documentWorksheet
    Who do you think they were database - Army History Resource.xls (213kb, Excel document)
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from nypolass, 10 November 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you for sharing your resource. This resource has been recommended by TES Resource Team and will feature in the Secondary newsletter.

from TES Resource Team, 31 October 2013. Member of the TES Panel.
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Well constructed and useful student-centred activities. Great resources

from annajordan, 06 July 2012
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Good whole class activity.

from mblan, 13 February 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5
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