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SchoolHistory.co.uk - online history lessons, revision, games, worksheets, quizzes and links.

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Geografía e Historia: 3º ESO BILINGÜE FIRST TERMUnits Example: UNIT 2: The political organisation of societies The Causes and Effects That Led to World War I Sep 22, 2014 100 summers ago the countries of Europe collapsed quickly into war: it was sudden but also strangely inevitable. Countless books have been written since about the causes of The Great War, but in this video essay, delve.tv offers an alternative history. By tracing the story backwards in time, they stumble upon a very unexpected cause and discover that sometimes the most harmless of things can have terrible consequences. Story Design & Direction: Adam Westbrook Additional Photography: Brett Walsh Animation: Adam Westbrook Video Courses on Academic Earth Students who decide to enter college to pursue history might feel overwhelmed by the broadness of it all, as there is so much potential time and information to digest. Luckily, most programs require students to choose a specialty, so they can focus on a particular era, region or group of people during their studies. History majors can explore a number of exciting careers in research or education; careers that will take them to environments as distinct as schools, art galleries, museums, historical tourist destinations, government offices and research facilities. They play a significant role in our communities, as students, politicians and researchers, guiding us through our own history to clarify, or sometimes complicate, our understanding of various forms of ancestry and the underpinnings of present day living. Possible Specializations

World War I Centenary: 100 Legacies of the Great War World War I changed everything. From new countries to literature, from tanks to treaties and from flamethrowers to fashion, the conflict is still writ large on our lives 100 years on. It gave birth to violent dictators and their ideologies but extended the electoral franchise to millions. It ushered in the era of mechanised warfare whilst laying the foundations for modern medicine.

Clue Mystery Match Listen up, detectives! To solve this memory match mystery, flip over the cards and follow the clues... for every match you make, you'll be one step closer to cracking the case. Stay sharp and leave no card unturned! This online game is based on the venerable Clue board game series, and features all the familiar Clue characters, settings, and objects.

World War One - What is a Trench? Trench warfare characterised much of the fighting during World War One, particularly along the Western Front. Trench systems were complicated with many interlinking lines of trenches. Front Line Trench Cross Section Artillery Line The artillery line was where the big field guns were located. Children and World War Two Children were massively affected by World War Two. Nearly two million children were evacuated from their homes at the start of World War Two; children had to endure rationing, gas mask lessons, living with strangers etc. Children accounted for one in ten of the deaths during the Blitz of London from 1940 to 1941. World War Two was the first war when Britain itself was the target of frequent attacks by the enemy.

Hagia Sophia Hagia Sophia virtual tours can be started by clicking the preview window or by downloading the stand-alone versions. Just drag the mouse to the direction you want to look. Use the scroll wheel to zoom at the details. Testing Talk - Home What's new? 2014-10-30: Hurrah! Both Pia and Erica have been promoted to Associate Professors in English! 2014-10-23: Visiting scholar Silvia Kunitz has been with us for ten days. Many new papers in the pipeline! CLIL Teachers´ Web Guide According to Voltaire, history consists of a series of accumulative imaginative inventions. Let´s discover some of these inventions in the following websites. Explore The British Museum website, which offers extensive information and pictures about the ancient civilizations. The British museum website where you can study different world civilizations. Visit the Bristish Museum website specially designed for schools where you can search differents students´ages and different items of the curriculum, including good games and vitual visit to the museum. Meet the Celts during the Iron Age in Wales visiting a funny animated website with stories and games with cartoon characters.

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