This folder consists of 8 Industrial Revolution Lessons: An Introduction to the Industrial Revolution Inventions and Power Josiah Wedgwood Living Conditions Children in the Mills Women in the Industrial Revolution Case Study of Ada Lovelace Robert Owen and Reform The lessons are well differentiated and incorporate a variety of activities which encourage the historical imagination.
Fully resourced WWI unit. Well differentiated and a range of tasks to suit all pupils. Tasks are engaging and sentence starters and success criteria’s are used throughout. Lessons include: The Alliance System Franz Ferdinand Trench Warfare and Weaponry Trench Warfare and the Somme Cowardice and Shell Shock Conscientious Objectors
An introduction to the Industrial Revolution lesson for KS3 with link to Stoke-on-Trent. Video resource, letter resource, primary sources, gamification.
A great lesson for exploring modern day slavery, which always surprises pupils. Great to use to finish of a History topic about the Transatlantic Slavery as pupils think that just because slavery is outlawed that it is over. Explores key terms and different types of slavery.