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Protest and Power by 1900

Y8 Lesson M10
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Laurie Johnston

on 23 March 2017

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Transcript of Protest and Power by 1900

What do you know now?

In your books answer the question:

How did working people try to improve their lives in 19th Century England?

What do you know now?




Exit Progress -

TEST TIME
In order to demonstrate that you have met the red/green/blue objective complete the



Progress Check 2- Books

In order to demonstrate that you have met the red, blue and green objectives :

20 minutes

Complete the four column table using source 1
Write two paragraphs analysing the aims and methods of protest movements. Did they change as the century went on? Explain!
Why was protest sometimes peaceful and sometimes violent? Write two paragraphs giving examples.
Progress Check- books
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.

Extension:
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Today's words?
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.

We will read pages
100-101 Jemayne, Abigail, Kadmiel, Matthew, Luca, Beverly, Tyrese, Blessing, Glory, Alfie, Valery, Alyana, Jonah, Tharmika, Mohamed, Jenade, Serena, Saina, Chantae, Bradley

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

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?


By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn to explain the aims and methods of the protest movements of the 19th Century (STEP CONFIDENT)

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

Some of you : Will learn how to evaluate/examine them (STEP COMPETENT/ACCOMPLISHED
)
Give examples if you can for every word
Conclusion?
Title: Who Rules #3 - Protest and Power by 1900
Date: 24th March 2017
KEYWORD ONE
KEYWORD TWO
KEYWORD THREE
RECAP: Last time in history we learnt that:
Men and women struggled to get the vote in the 19th Century
The Great Reform Act 1832 gave the vote to men with property
The Chartists demanded the vote for all men
The Suffragettes demanded the vote for women
By 1918 most men over 21 and women over 30 had the vote
Q1 In the 19th Century working people tried to:

a) improve their standard of living
b) improve their attitude
c) improve their conditions
d) improve their minds
Q2 they did this by:

a) protesting for the vote
b) joining trade unions
c) using violence
d) joining the Co-op movement
Q3 bad harvests could lead to:
a) an easy time for farmers
b) no homes for farm animals
c) high food prices
d) hard times for farmers

Q4 a downturn in the economy could lead to :
a) boredom
b) the plague
c) great excitement
d) unemployment
Q5 starvation and homelessness were real fears because:

a) there was no welfare system
b) the shops were busy
c) there weren't enough houses
d) people had vivid imaginations

Exit Progress - SUMMARY:

Today in History we learnt that:

working people were at the mercy of poor housing conditions
bad harvests could lead to food price rises
a downturn in the economy could lead to unemployment
no welfare state meant that starvation and homelessness were real fears
in the 19th Century working people tried to get the vote so they could elect MP's to make laws that would improve their lives e..g Chartists
in the 19th Century working people tried to start trade unions to improve their work conditions e.g. New Model Unions
in the 19th Century the Co-operative movement was started to keep prices low

Q6 working people who smashed machines were:

a. Luddites
b. Captain Swing Rioters
c. Chartists
d. GNCTU
Q7 Working people trying to improve their working conditions joined:

a) the Labour Party
b) New Model Unions
c) The GNCTU
d) the Co-op
Q8 working people trying to keep food prices low joined the :

a) Labour Party
b) Co-op
c) GNCTU
d) Tolpuddle Martyrs
Q9 The party set up to get workers elected to Parliament was the:

a) GNCTU
b) Chartist Party
c) The Independent Labour Party
d) The Co-op party
Q10 unskilled workers had to use what tactic?:

a) strikes
b) persuasion
c) voting
d) boycott
STRENGTHEN
STRENGTHEN +
CHALLENGE
Example: the CHARTISTS were the most important protest movement of the 19th Century.
Example: The Co-Operative Society started to provide quality cheap food to working people
Example
30 minute writing
Answers
1. a
2.a,b,c,d
3.c
4.d
5.a
6. a,b
7. b,c
8. b
9.c
10.a
Luddites 1811-1815 smash machines save jobs
Peterloo 1819 parliamentary reform - vote for all
Swing Riots 1830's smash machines - save jobs
GNCTU 1830 trade union - better conditions
Tolpuddle Martyrs 1834 GNCTU members - better conditions
Chartists 1836-48 parliamentary reform - vote for all men
Rebecca Riots 1840's attacks on toll roads - keep roads free
Co-Operative Movement 1844 co-operation - cheap quality food
New Model Unions 1850's trade unions - better conditions
Independent Labour Party 1892 Socialism - economic and social change
Luddites
1811-18-15
smash machines
save skilled jobs
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