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The General Strike - an introduction to Unit 3

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Laurie Johnston

on 8 December 2014

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Transcript of The General Strike - an introduction to Unit 3

Outstanding lesson title here
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?




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?

Study your fact sheet on the General Strike and then answer this question:

Use source C and your own knowledge to explain why there was a General Strike. (10 marks)

Swap your answers again
By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a basic level (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a intermediate level (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a sophisticated level (A-A*
Grade)



Exit Progress


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)

In order to demonstrate that you have met the
red,
green or
blue
objective total your answer:

If you got 30 marks C

If you got 40 marks B

If you got 45 marks A

If you got 48 A*



Progress Check 2- Books

By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a basic level (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a intermediate level (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a sophisticated level (A-A* Grade)


In order to demonstrate that you have met the red and blue objective answer the questions below...

What can you learn from Source A about the impact of the General Strike? (6)

What was the purpose of source B? (8)

Now swap your answers with a partner and mark them using the mark sheet you have been given




Progress Check- Mini boards/\books
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 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.

Lastly try this:
'Using all the sources and your own knowledge how far do you agree the General Strike was a threat to law and order?' (16)

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

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)

Extension- give examples for each word

Think outside the box!

On your whiteboard list the keywords for today:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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.

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)

We will read pages: 2-6
Helpful Hints:
To get a C grade what language are you using? Can you use historical key terms?
Inference/purpose/causation/reliability/hypothesis

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 how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a basic level (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a intermediate level (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a sophisticated level (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?
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 how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a basic level (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a intermediate level (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn how to use inference, purpose, causation, reliability and evaluation to a sophisticated level (A-A*
Grade)



Unit 3 - The Source Enquiry - an Introduction
Adjoa, Isabel, April Rose, Angella, Candace, Kenza, Noshin, Dayana, Siobhan, Onome, Jasmine, Iman, Arjeta, Maurelle, Alisa, Sarah, Louise, Rena, Sylvie, Jemma, Lesley, Carolina, Angie, Erica, Denise,
Now try this:

How reliable is source D as evidence of how violent the General Strike was? (10)
Swap your answers
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