Flavia Belham
Chief Scientist @ Seneca Learning
December 03, 2018
A Level AQA History Primer for Teachers

This A Level AQA History primer details the content of Seneca's revision courses, so that you can easily incorporate homework assignments on Seneca in your teaching plan. If you're a history teacher you can use Seneca to not only set homework in under 30 seconds, but also benefit from the auto-marking and revision insights. That way you can easily identify what history topics needs more attention during the next in-class session, as well as see the topics your students understand well.

AQA History A Level

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History AQA A Level Coursework Deadline

15 May 2019 - Coursework deadline for A-level History

Your school might set their own internal deadlines, so it's recommended to check with your department head to confirm this date.

Setting History A Level Homework on Seneca

The benefits for history teachers are:

- It's free to use including scheduling and marking homework.

- All revision courses are written by examiners and industry expert to ensure the content matches the exam board specifications.

- It's highly engaging making students study more often and for longer periods of time.

Set Homework for Biology AQA A Level

Curriculum: History: AQA A Level Democracy & Nazism: Germany, 1918–1945

1 The Weimar Republic 1918-1933

1.1 Establishment Of The Weimar Republic 1918-1924

1.1.1 Post WW1

1.1.2 Weimar Constitution

1.1.3 Peace Settlement

1.1.4 Economic Issues

1.1.5 Social Issues

1.1.6 Extremist Threats

1.1.7 Political Instability & The Invasion of the Ruhr

1.1.8 Weimar Government by 1924

1.2 The 'Golden Age' Of The Weimar Republic 1924-1928

1.2.1 Economic Developments

1.2.2 Industry & Agriculture

1.2.3 Social Developments

1.2.4 Political Parties

1.2.5 Political Stability

1.2.6 Germany's International Position

1.3 The Collapse of Democracy 1928-1933

1.3.1 The Impact Of The Depression

1.3.2 Politics After The Depression

1.3.3 The Appeal Of Extremism

1.3.4 'Backstairs Intrigue'

1.3.5 Political Developments

1.3.6 The State by March 1933

2 Nazi Germany 1933-1945

2.1 The Nazi Dictatorship 1933-1939

2.1.1 Hitler's Consolidation Of Power

2.1.2 The Terror State

2.1.3 Opposition

2.1.4 Economic Policies

2.1.5 Impact Of Economic Policies

2.1.6 Social Policies

2.1.7 Volksgemeinschaft

2.2 The Racial State 1933-1941

2.2.1 The Radicalisation Of The State

2.2.2 Anti-Semitism

2.2.3 Development Of Anti-Semitic Policies

2.2.4 Treatment of the Jews in the Early Years of War

2.3 The Impact Of War 1939-1945

2.3.1 Home Front

2.3.2 Impact On Society

2.3.3 War Economy

2.3.4 Policies Towards The Jews & Untermenschen

2.3.5 Opposition

2.3.6 Nazi State by 1945

Homework A Level AQA History Nazism

Curriculum: History: AQA A Level The Tudors: England, 1485–1603

1 Consolidation of the Tudor Dynasty 1485-1547

1.1 Henry VII 1485-1509

1.1.1 Henry VII's Consolidation of Power

1.1.2 Henry VII & Succession

1.1.3 Henry VII's Councils & Parliament

1.1.4 Henry VII & Justice, Finance & Policies

1.1.5 Henry VII's Relationship with Foreign Powers

1.1.6 Henry VII & Society

1.1.7 Henry VII & Economic Development

1.1.8 Henry VII & Cultural Development

1.2 Henry VIII 1509-1547

1.2.1 Henry VIII's Consolidation of Power

1.2.2 Henry VIII & His Government

1.2.3 Henry VIII & Succession

1.2.4 Henry VIII's Relationship with Foreign Powers

1.2.5 Henry VIII & Society

1.2.6 Henry VIII & Economic Development

1.2.7 Henry VIII & Religion

2 England: Turmoil & Triumph 1547-1603

2.1 Instability & Consolidation 1547-1563

2.1.1 Edward VI, Somerset & Northumberland

2.1.2 Edward VI & Authority

2.1.3 Edward VI & Relations with Foreign Powers

2.1.4 Edward VI & Rebellions

2.1.5 Social Impact of Religious & Economic Changes

2.1.6 Edward VI & Cultural Developments

2.1.7 Mary I & Her Rule

2.1.8 Mary I & Relations with Foreign Powers

2.1.9 The Social Impact of Religious & Economic Change

2.1.10 Elizabeth I & Her Rule

2.1.11 Elizabeth I & Relations With Foreign Powers

2.1.12 Impact of Economic, Social & Religious Change

2.2 The Triumph of Elizabeth 1563-1603

2.2.1 Elizabeth I & Court

2.2.2 Elizabeth & Government

2.2.3 Elizabeth I & Succession

2.2.4 Mary Queen of Scots

2.2.5 Relations with Spain

2.2.6 Elizabeth I & Society

2.2.7 Elizabeth I & Rebellion

2.2.8 Elizabeth & Economic Development

2.2.9 Elizabeth I & Religious Developments

2.2.10 The English Renaissance

2.2.11 Elizabeth's Last Years

Homework A Level AQA History Tudors