Your teacher will give you some information about the history of medicine. There are 12 facts to learn by the end of this session. On each slip of paper is a question and an answer. Go up to someone in the class and ask them your question. If they don’t know the answer tell them. They will do the same. When you have finished swap papers and repeat this process with someone else. By the end you should know the answers to all 12 facts.
To find out what I will be studying for GCSE History
To define key words used during the course & create a glossary
To create a timeline of events, ideas and individuals
What will I need to do to be successful at GCSE history? Make a list of ideas, share your ideas with your partner and add any new suggestions to your list. I will ask you how many of these things you have done throughout the course!
World and its impact on medicine before 1700 AD)
It is important you keep a glossary of keywords that you come across during the course. Your teacher will give you a pile of key words. Try to match them against a definition. Create a glossary page in your notes and copy down the key words.
The study in development requires you to have a firm grasp of when key events happened in a the correct chronological order. Your teacher will give you a copy of a timeline. Place the periods and dates on the timeline and then find out when the following events happened, ideas were popular or individuals lived. Write a brief description on your timeline.