Spelling list: Key Stage 3: History: pol - tra

translate:
politics His background is in politics but now he's more interested in charity work.
political Capitalism is an economic, political and social system based on the private ownership of property, business and industry, with the aim of maximising profits. *
priest The priest carried the censer.
propaganda Propaganda is the spreading of ideas and information, which only gives the governments side of things. *
Protestant The church has been Protestant since the seventeenth century.
rebel The army surrounded the rebels.
rebellion A rebellion is open, organized, and armed resistance to a government or ruler. *
reign The country prospered under the King's reign.
religious Daoism is a Chinese philosophical and religious tradition that emphasizes living in harmony with the (Dao) Way. *
republic The country was a republic. *
revolt Henry caused the revolt. *
revolution We are learning about the Industrial revolution. *
siege The castle was under siege.
source It's important to look at both primary and secondary sources in your essay.
trade The country relies on international trade.
traitor A traitor is someone who betrays his country.

This word list was created by Spellzone. View more Spellzone course lists or curriculum word lists.

* This sentence was added by a Spellzone user.

Some of the voice recordings within this list are not available for this browser. To ensure all sounds are available we advise using Chrome or Safari browsers.


'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise Learn this spelling list using the 'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' activity.

spelling test Test yourself using the 'Listen and Spell' spelling test.

English spelling games Spelling games using the word list: Key Stage 3: History: pol - tra

Worksheets and activities Worksheets and activities using the word list: Key Stage 3: History: pol - tra

Handwriting worksheets Handwriting worksheets using the word list: Key Stage 3: History: pol - tra


Sign up to remove this advert

Remove this advert

Print this page

Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check: spelling exercise spelling test English spelling games Worksheets and activities Handwriting worksheets

Search word lists



Try Spellzone for free

Sign up to remove this advert

I have just finalised the progress of the year groups and am delighted to see that from December to June 53% of the 98 students using Spellzone have raised their standardised scores to 100 and above.

One of the students has put in a huge amount of effort in completing Spellzone at least 3 times a week since his arrival with us in January. Looking at his scores after the latest GL testing, his standardised score has risen from 99 to 131. This is a truly phenomenal result. I just wanted to share the best result I have ever seen.

Terrie Penrose-Toms, Casterton College

read more...

Help...


If you need help logging into your account, or you need more information, we are here to help.

Help