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Role of women in WW1

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Laurie Johnston

on 19 October 2017

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Transcript of Role of women in WW1

How do you feel about these objectives at the moment?
What is your target level?
What are you going to aim for today?
Put your post it on your progress line

By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn (A-A* Grade)



What do you know now?




Some of you : Will learn to explain the most important impact on the relationship (A-A*)

What do you know now?

In your books answer the exam question:

What can we learn about the role of women in the First World War from Source B? (6 Marks)

Remember:

I can learn...

I know this because...

I can also learn....

I know this because...



Exit Progress - make up a 16 mark question for this topic
Some of you : Will learn how to link and prioritise them (A-A* Grade)

In order to demonstrate that you have met the red/green/blue objective answer the exam question:

Use Source C and your own knowledge to explain why the war changed attitudes to women. (10 marks)
In order to demonstrate that you have met the red, blue and green objectives :
carry out NOP analysis on the photograph
Use your analysis to answer the question
Progress Check- books
Some of you will: Will

How did your partner get on?
Fill in your peer assessment sheet
WWW? EBI?

When you get your own sheet back put in how you would improve your own learning.

We will read pages:

Helpful Hints:
To get a C grade what language are you using? Can you use historical key terms?
Economic/Social/Political Económico / social / político.

Do Now
We will read pages :


Helpful Hints:
To get a C grade what language are you using? Can you use historical key terms?
Economic/Social/Political Económico / social / político.

All of you: Will learn (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn (B grade)

How do you feel about these objectives at the moment?
What is your target level?
What are you going to aim for today?
Put your post it on your progress line

How do you feel about these objectives at the moment?
What is your target level?
What are you going to aim for today?
Put your post it on your progress line

By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn (A-A* Grade)



How do you feel about these objectives at the moment?
What is your target level?
What are you going to aim for today?


By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn about the key features of women's role(Green)

Most of you: Will learn how to analyse sources (Blue)

Some of you : Will learn how to evaluate sources (Red
)
By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn how to judge if a source is reliable or useful for a task. (5a) (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to explain if a source is reliable or useful for a task. (6a) (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn to understand the uses, limitations and reliability of sources. (7a) (A-A* Grade)
The role of women in World War One
Conclusion?
By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn about the key features of women's role(L5/C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to analyse sources (L5/6/B grade)

Some of you : Will learn how to evaluate sources (L6/7/A-A*
Grade)
By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn about the key features of women's role(CONFIDENT)

Most of you: Will learn how to analyse sources (PROFICIENT)

Some of you : Will learn how to evaluate sources (COMPETENT/ACCOMPLISHED
)
WE WILL READ PAGES 54-55-56
Abigail, Kadmiel, Sarhad, Emily, Lenny, Lovena, Victoria, Katie, Blessing, Glory, Valery, Stanley, Jonah, Estefania, Baasit, Tesharna, Inayah, Nicolas, Sinclair, Bradley, Celine
Title: The role of women in World War One
Date: 19th October 2017
Lesson by: Kadmiel Anderson Esq.
KEYWORD ONE
KEYWORD TWO
Last time in history we learnt:
PALS battalions were a disaster
CONSCRIPTION 1916 for men aged18-41
Some men were in 'protected occupations' e.g. miners
Some refused to fight - they were called CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS
ABSOLUTISTS refused to do anything to help the war - sent to prison (about 16000)

Last time in history we did not learn (but should have)
INDEX CARD 10 - RATIONING
Germany blockaded Britain with submarines
By 1917 25% British ships being sunk
April 1917 Britain had 6 weeks food left
Depth charges and convoys solved the problem
From late 1916 food was scarcer - grain was short
Meat consumption limited in 1917
1918 rationing introduced for sugar, jam, tea and butter
Many families had better diet in WW1 because of employment
SUMMARY
Today in history we have learnt that:
Women in WW1
5m men joined the armed forces and women had to take their place
the government was slow to organise women's work
attitudes to women engineers and factory workers took time to change 800 000 women engineers by 1918
need for guns, bullets and shells meant many women were employed in munitions factories
nicknamed 'canaries' as explosives stained skin yellow
pay was good but work dangerous
independence for M/C women - make-up, pubs, trousers
100000 women joined the armed forces
23000 served at the front as nurses
women also featured on recruitment posters and handed white feathers to un-enlisted men
Example: The suffragettes demanded the right to work in World War One
Example: 27,000 women worked in the munitions factory at Woolwich Arsenal, London by 1918
NEXT TERM

Germany lost World War One - largely because the USA joined the war
The Treaty of Versailles imposed a harsh peace on Germany
Germany lost 13% of its land and people
it was fined 4.6 billion pounds
its army was cut from 2m to 100 000
its empire was taken away
Next term we study how the end of World war One led to World War Two

How useful is Source C? (10 marks)

Para 1 - Source C tells us that ...

Para 2 - Source C is a...(use your sheet to analyse the source)

Para 3 - Conclusion - here ATQ! Is it useful? Yes? No? Maybe? In what ways is it not useful? Other points of view?
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