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    Hey,

    I was wondering if anybody knew any YouTube channels to watch for GCSE history. I'm trying to use YouTube as a good source, but I only have Mr Bruff for English, Hegartymaths for Maths, and Mr Thornton for Science. History is one of my weaker subjects so I'd really like to know if there are any videos out there.

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    Have you tried making revision cards/mindmaps? History is an ideal subject for them.
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    (Original post by ryangrangerr)
    Hey,

    I was wondering if anybody knew any YouTube channels to watch for GCSE history. I'm trying to use YouTube as a good source, but I only have Mr Bruff for English, Hegartymaths for Maths, and Mr Thornton for Science. History is one of my weaker subjects so I'd really like to know if there are any videos out there.

    Thanks ))
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    What topics?
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    What topics?
    The topics I'm doing are:
    - Making of America
    - The Norman Conquest
    - The Nazis
    and - Public Health through time

    Hope that helps
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    (Original post by AlbabA)
    Have you tried making revision cards/mindmaps? History is an ideal subject for them.
    Hey,

    Would you know what I could put on them? So like a key date on one side and then an explanation behind.

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    (Original post by ryangrangerr)
    Hey,

    Would you know what I could put on them? So like a key date on one side and then an explanation behind.

    Cheers
    As of yet, I haven't used them but once I start revising I definitely will. I was thinking the same, putting a key date in the middle, and then adding the main events and their dates around it. Maybe highlight any events that link to each other in the same colour e.g. The Wallstreet Crash and Hyperinflation.

    Hope that helps
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    (Original post by ryangrangerr)
    The topics I'm doing are:
    - Making of America
    - The Norman Conquest
    - The Nazis
    and - Public Health through time

    Hope that helps
    What years specifically is making of America? Is that 1781-...? or 1920-80
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    What years specifically is making of America? Is that 1781-...? or 1920-80
    Think it's 1781 onwards
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    (Original post by ryangrangerr)
    Think it's 1781 onwards
    This is a really good channel for American History

    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrBettsClass
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    Hi! My teacher has started setting us homework to make cue cards since year 9 (I’m in year 11 now) and I found that they are very beneficial. I’m doing Germany and medicine through time (the only relevant ones to you, I’m also doing Elizabethan England and war in Asia) and what I’ve done was put a question on the front and an explanation at the back. If you need any help regarding questions or anything else really then please ask
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    This is a really good channel for American History

    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrBettsClass
    Cheers so much man!
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    (Original post by Salsabel)
    Hi! My teacher has started setting us homework to make cue cards since year 9 (I’m in year 11 now) and I found that they are very beneficial. I’m doing Germany and medicine through time (the only relevant ones to you, I’m also doing Elizabethan England and war in Asia) and what I’ve done was put a question on the front and an explanation at the back. If you need any help regarding questions or anything else really then please ask
    Hey cheers so much for the help with the technique, was just wondering - would you mind giving me an example of one of your flashcards for the medicine through time? At the moment I'm year 10, so I've finished medicine through time and nearly finished the Norman conquest. What exam board are you, just out of interest? I'm OCR. Thanks so much again
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    I’m on AQA and for example I’d have a question like: how did the church control medical development and why? (Give examples of Roger Bacon) then I’d have on the back the relevant dates and an explanation of the things the church did eg. Prevent any books contradicting what the church says. Hope this helps and if you need some ideas don’t hesitate to ask
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    (Original post by ryangrangerr)
    Cheers so much man!
    Im so sad that I listen to his music videos everyday :lol:.

    I remember 2 years ago his new deal song really helped me remember some Alphabet agencies
 
 
 
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