The Industrial Revolution - The Key Individuals - Full Lesson
Taught to Year 8 students the lesson explores the significance of the roles of Chadwick, Stephenson, Arkwright and Tull in the Industrial Revolution. The lesson has options on the initial quizzing of prior learning, and then an inquiry in two parts: initially researching one individual and then group work sharing findings on the remaining individuals to reach a conclusion on their significance.

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  • 2.-The-Role-of-The-Individual.pptx
  • ETI(E)8.Personalities.doc
  • ETI(E)2.-Interview-Sheet1.doc
  • ETI(E)3.-Interview-Sheet2.doc

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Created: Jan 17, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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