Oxford AQA GCSE History (9-1): Power and the People c1170Present Day Revision Guide

Oxford AQA GCSE History (9-1): Power and the People c1170Present Day Revision Guide

By Aaron Wilkes, Lindsay Bruce
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This Power and the People c1170Present Day Revision Guide Kindle edition is part of the popular Oxford AQA GCSE History series. Written by our original author team to match the new AQA specification, this guide covers exactly what your students require to succeed in the Paper 2 Power Thematic Study exams.

- Recap key events with clear visual diagrams and brief points

- Apply knowledge with targeted revision activities that tests basic comprehension, then apply understanding towards exam-style questions

- Review and track revision with progress checklists, suggested activity answers and Exam Practice sections

- Step-by-step exam guidance based on the popular 'How to' student book feature

- Examiner Tip features most up-to-date expert advice and identifies common exam mistakes

- Boost student confidence on all AQA GCSE Power question types with revision activities such as Source Analysis and Significance

- Perfect for use alongside the Student Book and Kerboodle, or as a stand-alone resource for independent revision.

This revision guide helps your students Recap, Apply, and Review their way towards exam success.

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introduction to this Revision Guide
  • Top revision tips
  • Master your exam skills
    • How to master the ‘source’ question
    • How to master the ‘significance’ question
    • How to master the ‘compare’ question
    • How to master the ‘main factors’ question
  • AQA GCSE History mark schemes
  • Britain: Power and the People c1170–Present Day Timeline
  • Part one: Challenging authority and feudalism
    • 1 Constraints on kingship
      • Medieval society
      • Barons’ dissatisfaction
      • Magna Carta and its impact
    • 2 The origins of parliament
      • King Henry III and his barons
      • The Provisions of Oxford, 1258
      • Second Barons’ War
      • Significance of the Parliament of 1265
    • 3 Medieval revolt and royal authority
      • Causes of the Peasants’ Revolt
      • Impact of the Peasants’ Revolt
  • Part two: Challenging royal authority
    • 4 Popular uprisings against the Crown
      • Henry VIII and the Reformation
      • Causes of the Pilgrimage of Grace
      • Implications for royal authority
      • Impact of the uprising
    • 5 Divine right and parliamentary authority
      • Causes of the English Revolution
      • The Civil War: who fought whom
      • New Model Army
      • The trial of Charles I
      • Cromwell and the Commonwealth
    • 6 Royal authority and the right to representation
      • Causes of the American Revolution
      • Impact and significance of the American Revolution
  • Part three: Reform and reformers
    • 7 The extension of the franchise
      • Problems with Britain’s electoral system
      • The Great Reform Act, 1832
      • The causes of Chartism
      • The impact of Chartism
    • 8 Protest and change
      • Anti-Corn Law League
      • The slave trade
      • Abolition movement
      • Factory and social reform
      • Impact of reforms
    • 9 Workers’ movements
      • The start of trade unionism
      • Grand National Consolidated Trades Union (GNCTU)
      • New Model Unions
      • New Unionism
  • Part four: Equality and rights
    • 10 Women’s rights
      • Different tactics
      • Response to militancy
      • War and the vote
      • Equality in the later twentieth century
    • 11 Workers’ rights
      • Causes of the General Strike, 1926
      • Actions of the miners and government
      • Trade union reform
    • 12 Minority rights
      • Immigration in the twentieth century
      • Government reform
      • Enoch Powell
      • Brixton Riots, 1981
  • Exam practice: GCSE sample answers
  • Activity answers guidance
  • Glossary
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