Secondary industrial revolution resources

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Industrial Revolution - Railways

Industrial Revolution - Railways

A KS3 lesson in which students examine in the impact of the introduction of railways. Students will categorise consequences into social, economic and political impacts.

By CABear

Industrial Revolution: Victorian towns

Industrial Revolution: Victorian towns

A KS3 lesson in which students investigate why the death rate was so high in Victorian towns. Students will consider who is to blame by categorising factors which contributed to the death rate, and reaching a judgment about what could be done to solve the issue.

By CABear

Experience of Empire - Summary of the British Empire

Experience of Empire - Summary of the British Empire

Did the British Empire do more harm than good? That is the overall question that the students will attempt to answer in this lesson. It looks at the individual experiences of a number of people who were involved in the British Empire and draws them together to try to formulate an overall picture and answer the big question. A really good end to the Empires unit of work, or a unit on the Industrial Revolution.

By laumorrow

Case Study - The British Raj - East India Trading company

Case Study - The British Raj - East India Trading company

This is a useful look at an example of colonialism. It investigates why Britain would want to colonise India and what the impact was on both countries as a result of this imperialism. The students need to become 'experts' in one areas of this debate, and then teach the other students what they have learned. A good stand alone lesson, or it can be used as part of a SoW on either colonialism or the Industrial Revolution.

By laumorrow

Dragons' Den 1899 - Best inventions of the Industrial Revolution

Dragons' Den 1899 - Best inventions of the Industrial Revolution

This lesson is a fun a competitive lesson that looks at some of the greatest inventions of the Industrial Revolution and gets the students to present, compare and rate them. It works on lots of key skills and really gets the students to think about how to measure the impact of an invention. A really good lesson.

By laumorrow

History KS3 Key Word Displays

History KS3 Key Word Displays

These key word literacy displays, which have been designed in conjunction with the National Curriculum, are to be used in the classroom (or on display boards outside) when introducing a new History topic to the students. They are easy to print and will hopefully save an incredible amount of time and effort when incorporating literacy into a new or existing scheme of work. They can also be laminated and used as mobiles hanging from the ceiling or used as part of an informative display as shown on the front cover.

By Pilgrim17