"Supporting Education" web sites
52 online resources. This is page 4 of 6.
- Fallen Heroes
- This site, by staff and children at Tideway School in Newhaven, East Sussex, tells the story of their history students' research into the conflict, (GCSE level).
- Firepower, The Royal Artillery Museum
- The website of The Royal Artillery Museum, based in the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich.
- Journey's End by R C Sherriff : GCSE English Literature for OCR resource sheets by D. C. Coleman
- A PDF from Harcourt Education Limited with teacher's notes and classroom support sheets to help with the GCSE Drama/English Literature study of the play 'Journey's End' by R.C. Sherriff.
- Making Connections
- A BBC News (Video Nation) film 'Jo from The Chase High School in Malvern wasn't really moved by the First World War memorials she saw in France and Belgium until she found her family name inscribed three times at Vimy Ridge.'
- Modern World History GCSE and IGCSE Revision
- History resources (including revision PowerPoint slides) and GCSE and IGCSE history revision podcast guides in MP3 audio format by Scott Allsop for Modern World History GCSE and IGCSE.
- No Job for a Woman : The First World War
- Part of an online exhibition from the Imperial War Museum with some useful resources for teachers of History and Citizenship.
- Poetry of The Great War: 'From Darkness to Light'?
- Lesson plans from US service EDSITEment for grades 9-12.
- Pupils learn about Great War
- BBC News film-clip (Nov 2008) : Primary school pupils in Chatham have been using animation to learn about former pupil Richard 'Monty' Daniel who fell on the battlefields of the Somme.
- Random House for High School Teachers : All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque
- Notes for teachers from the American publishers Random House.
- Revision : Poetry and Prose Quotes
- A-Level English Literature students at A2 level World War I poetry revision notes on the British student moderated wiki, The Student Room (TSR), including quotes from prose and poetry such as: pre-WWI literature (like The Volunteer by Herbert Asquith, 1912); early War literature (like For the Fallen by Laurence Binyon, 1914); and later literature (such as Edmund Bluden, Siegfried Sassoon, Jessie Pope, Robert Graves, Wilfred Owen); as well as some Post-WWI literature.
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