Edexcel GCSE 9-1 history helpWatch
I'm also doing The American West and Anglo-Saxon and Norman England. We've just finished covering the Anglo-Saxon and Norman England topic and after the half-term, we'll be moving onto The American West. I don't feel it's necessary to memorise every single bit of information in these textbooks, considering each of the textbooks are around 120 pages long but rather the key points that are mentioned in the specification. But if you still wish to, the way I'd cope with it is by condensing each page into my own notes and bullet-points which I can then make flashcards or mind-maps from. These would also divide the information into clear and concise chunks which make it easier to memorise and allow for you to be tested by a peer or carer.
I hope I've helped, if you have any other questions then feel free to ask!
If you write down the information and repeat it to your family then it stays in your head really easiy
Hope this helps x
And just 1 more question of thats okay-How do u guys find ur history lessons? I find mine boring as hell and just daydream. All my learning comes from studying at home but I want to be more focused in my lessons. Any tips?
I am sorry for asking a lot of questions but i dont want to sit here being clueless