These great resources are designed to help students learn the key events in British Public Health 1800 - 1914. They make excellent revision activities, starters and plenaries.
When you purchase this resource you will be able to download three different versions of this chronology card sort so you can pick which one you wish to use with your students or groups of students. Each resource includes twenty five key events that students are expected to cut out and organise into their correct chronological order. In one resource the dates are already in the correct order, but the events are mixed up. In another document, both the dates and events are mixed up, whilst in the third, students simply have to organise the cards with their dates into the correct order.
I have also included a PowerPoint with all the key dates and information about the topic in the correct chronological order. If you print this off in colour and laminate it makes a stunning classroom display and can be used by students as a reference or even as a market place activity for the card sorts.
Everything s supplied in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint so you can easily customise it if you wish. The aims and objectives for this lesson are:
Theme: Public Health
Know: How did Public Health change in Britain 1800 - 1914?
Understand: Which events were linked to government action on poverty or disease?
Evaluate: How did attitudes change towards Public Health 1800 - 1914?
WILF - What Am I looking For?
Identify and describe: How did Public Health change in Britain 1800 - 1914?
Explain: Which events were linked to government action on poverty or disease?
Analyse: How did attitudes change towards Public Health 1800 - 1914?
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