Nelson Mandela – Biography and timeline cards
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Key stage
Category:  History
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Published: 20/04/2017
Updated: 14/09/2021
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Differentiated
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Description

Children read the biography of Nelson Mandela, then complete differentiated timeline activities. Lower attaining children match dates to key events in Mandela's life, while higher attainers children will draw from the biography to write sentences accompanying each significant date. This would be an excellent activity for Black History Month.

The resource includes an answer sheet and is suitable for Y3 and Y4.

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This is great. Keep up the good job.

Godwin Owojecho

25/04/2020

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Lynne Kent

25/10/2017

Thank You for this great resource! I have used this resource to teach my students to write a biography. It also has helped in teaching them to retrieve information from text

jaya rani

07/10/2017

Sounds like a great success! Thank you for using Teachit and sharing your ideas.

Lynne Kent

11/07/2017

This is great. Keep up the good job.

Godwin Owojecho

25/04/2020

Thank you for sharing such positive feedback. We love to hear from our members.

Lynne Kent

25/10/2017

Thank You for this great resource! I have used this resource to teach my students to write a biography. It also has helped in teaching them to retrieve information from text

jaya rani

07/10/2017

Sounds like a great success! Thank you for using Teachit and sharing your ideas.

Lynne Kent

11/07/2017

We watched some videos of singers denouncing apartheid and asking to free Mandela through their actions and songs. We tried to match the dates to the events and finally we read Mandela's life to see if our answers were correct.
We read some of his quotations and his speaches and wrote them on a piece of paper to form a collage on a poster. We started debating about the different themes and the meaning of freedom.

Elisabeth Michelini

26/06/2017