The NZ History Teachers association. Make sure you join. It has great exemplars of various assessments that are downloadable and also a links pages to a number of interesting and valuable websites around the world.
A secondary school revision resource for GCSE History about modern world history, Britain, Germany, Northern Ireland, Russia, Vietnam and the USA
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A fantastic site with great revision notes and tests that Yr 11 students will find particulary useful for Origins of World War Two. The videos only work in the UK but the activities which are interaction diagrams with commentary are a really fun way to test what students know.
Fantastic example of a New Zealand Schools history site with great ideas on. This one has great ideas for Yr 13 Tudor Stuart England. Remember if you want to use someone elses resources get their permission first and also remember to acknowledge where and who the resources actually are.
Great site with powerpoints, lesson plans, games that can be used in a number of Social Science and History Topics from year 9 - 13. Great place to grab powerpoints which you can then adapt for your needs.
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