The data set is a series of sources. These sources can be used to answer a specific question. For example, "How did the Population of Britain change 1815 - 1851?" Students can look for sources which best answer this question and then produce a written response, referring to the sources in their answer.
Another way to use the Inductive data set is to look for links between the sources. For example, a number of the sources in this data set are linked to the Irish Potato Famine. For a higher ability set, students should be able to create their own links between sources. For a lower ability set, you could make a list of the links and encourage students to look for sources which relate to each link. For example, Irish Potato Famine = sources 4, 5, 8, 9, 14, 19 and 23.
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