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pptx, 10.65 MB
pptx, 10.65 MB
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docx, 14.1 KB
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This lesson includes a starter that promotes discussion amongst students about the appearance of women and whether it should be controlled by men. This links well with thematic studies that looks at suffrage. It then moves into an information collecting activity supported by the differentiated worksheets. The main activity of the lesson asks the students to gauge their confidence with the content and choose questions accordingly. Each question includes a high challenge element.

This lesson was used in a successful department to teach about the history of women in Y8. It works well within a SOW that looks at the positive and negatives changes made by Cromwell. It also works well as a build up lesson for the interpretation question 'Cromwell was a British hero. How far do you agree?'.

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