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GCSE/BTEC Drama - The 'Split'

key stage 4
In 1892 Liverpool witnessed one of the most famous splits in football history.  This resource uses original source material from the Everton Collection to encourage students to develop and learn new dramatic techniques whilst exploring the heritage and culture of Liverpool. The resource has been devised and written by Clare Prudence and Hannah Dale as part of a Liverpool Hope University Secondary PGCE course placement at the Everton Collection.

National Curriculum Links

Drama
GCSE Controlled Assessment Unit 2 - Practical Work
Options: Theatre in Education, Acting, Devised Theatre, Costume, Improvisation and Physical Theatre

English

Key Concepts: Competence, Creativity, Cultural and Critical Understanding
Key Processes: Speaking and Listening, Reading
Range & Content and Curriculum Opportunities: Speaking and Listening, Reading, Writing
 
History
AQA History Specification: Use of sources, interpretations and representations of the past.

History & English: The World Cup 1966

Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3
This resource uses original source material from the 1966 World Cup to support the development of historical interpretation and enquiry skills, analysis of non-fiction texts and critical thinking. It uses newspaper extracts, photographs, programmes, tickets and oral history recordings.

National Curriculum Links

Key Stage 2
History
Knowledge, Skills & Understanding: 1a, b. 2a, c. 3. 4a, b. 5a, b, c.
Breadth of Study: British History Study, Britain Since 1930, Local History Study.
English
En1: Speaking and Listening: Speak with confidence, respond appropriately, talk effectively as members of a group.
En2: Reading: Understand texts, read for information, non-fiction texts.

Key Stage 3
History
Key Concepts: Chronological understanding, change & continuity, cause & consequence, significance, interpretation.
Key Processes: Historical enquiry, using evidence, communicating about the past.
Range & Content: British History.
Curriculum Opportunities: Local History.
English
Key Concepts: Competence, critical understanding.
Key Processes: Speaking & listening, reading.
Range & Content: Non-fiction texts.
Curriculum Opportunities: Make cross-curriculuar links with other subjects. 

English: Football Journalism

Key Stage 3
This resource uses examples of football journalism from the late Nineteenth Century to the present day to help pupils identify the key features of journalistic writing and produce their own newspaper report. It is a cross-curricular resource making links to the Key Stage 3 English and History Programmes of Study.

National Curriculum Links

English
Key Concepts: 1.2, 1.4.
Key Processes: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
Range & Content: h, i.

History
Key Concepts: 1.1, 1.3, 1.6
Key Processes: 2.2, 2.3
Curriculum Opportunities: 4b-c.

History: What Happened to Football During the Second World War?

Key Stage 3
This resource uses original source material from the Everton Collection to explore characteristic features of the Second World War through their impact on football. It explores the key concepts and processes required by the Key Stage 3 History Programme of Study and helps pupils to understand the nature and impact of the Second World War. Elements can also be used to deliver the History Curriculum at Key Stage 2.

National Curriculum Links

History
Key Concepts: 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5.
Key Processes: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3.
Range & Content: 3j.
Curriculum Opportunities: 4b, 4c, 4d.

History: Football and the Victorians

Key Stage 2
A lesson plan to help pupils develop key historical enquiry skills by exploring original source material from the Everton Collection. The resource uses football to explore important aspects of life in the Victorian period.

National Curriculum links

1. History- Knowledge, skills and understanding: 1a,b. 2a, c, d. 3. 4b.  5a, b, c. Breadth of Study: 7. 11a.
2. QCA Schemes of Work: Unit 12, Unit 18

Online Exhibition:
Football Fashions

Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2
In this online exhibition pupils compare and contrast football kits from the 19th Century to the present day. They are encouraged to take part in group discussion using what they have seen to justify their opinions.

National Curriculum links

1. History - Knowledge, Skills and Understanding: 1a,b. 2c. 4a, b. 5a, b, c. Breadth of Study: 7. 11a. 
2. QCA Schemes of Work: Unit 12, Unit 13, Unit 18.   

Literacy:
Labels, Lists and Captions

Key Stage 1
This lesson plan supports the teaching sequence for Year 1 Literacy Framework Non-fiction Unit 1: Labels, lists and captions.  This resource uses objects from the Everton Collection to help children to read and understand object captions.

National Curriculum links

1. English: En1: 1a-c. 2a. 3a, d. 5. 9b. 10b. En2: 1i, k. 2a. 4. En3: 1c, d, f. 3c. 5h. 6. 7a. 9d. 12.
2. Literacy Strategy: Year 1- Non-fiction Unit 1.

Literacy:
Football Advertising & Persuasive Texts

Key Stage 2
Pupils explore the features of persuasive texts using examples of football kits advertising over the past 70 years. Pupils then use their research to create their own advertisement.

National Curriculum links
1. English: En1: 1f. 2d, e. 3. 10a, c. En2: 2a-d. 3a, b, d, f. 5b, c, e, f. 9c. En3: 1a, e. 2 a- f. 7b. 9c.
2. Literacy Strategy: Year 3 - Non-fiction Unit 3, Year 4 - Non-fiction Unit 4, Year 5 - Non-fiction Unit 3, Year 6 - Revision Unit 2.

Literacy:
Narrative Settings - Going to the Match

Key Stage 2
This lesson plan supports the teaching sequence for the Literacy Framework Year 3 Narrative Unit 1.  Pupils explore original source material from the Everton Collection to get inspiration for their own creative writing and discuss narrative settings and characters.

National Curriculum links

1. English: En1: 1c, d, e. 2b, d, e. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10. En2: 4b, c, e. 11a. En3: 1b. 2. 9a, d. 12.
2. Literacy Strategy: Year 3 - Narrative Unit 1

Literacy:
Poetry - Kennings

Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2
This resource uses poetry written by Paul Cookson to introduce pupils to kenning poems. It includes a step by step guide to help pupils write and perform their own football kenning.

National Curriculum links

1. English: En1: 1b, c, e, f. 2d, e. 3. 6a, c. 8a. En2: 4a, f, i. 8c. En3: 1a-c. 9a, d. 12.
2. Literacy Strategy: Year 1 - Poetry Unit 2, Year 2 - Poetry Unit 3, Year 3 - Poetry Unit 1 & 3, Year 4 - Poetry Unit 2

Literacy:
Performance Poetry

Key Stage 2
This resource includes football poetry written by Paul Cookson to introduce students to performance poetry. It also includes a step by step guide to help pupils write and perform their own football poem.

National Curriculum links

1. English: En1: b, c, e, f. 2d, e. 3. 6a, c. 8a. En2: 4a, f, i. 8c. En3: 1a-c. 9a, d. 12.
2. Literacy Strategy: Year 3 - Poetry Unit 1, Year 5 - Poetry Unit 3.