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Suffrage 1 - who rules?

Y8 Lesson M10
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Laurie Johnston

on 9 March 2017

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Transcript of Suffrage 1 - who rules?

Let's read again - page 138

Using the information you have just read now make a list of all the problems with the voting system before 1832

Next to your problems suggest a solution to them e.g. having to say who you're voting for - solution a ballot box you can put your vote in secretly
What do you know now?
SUMMARY: COPY

Today in history we learnt that:

Many were unhappy with the government in the 19th Century
They were unhappy about technology taking their jobs
They were unhappy about government violence
They were unhappy about their lack of say in elections
we also learnt that democracy was restricted to wealthy men and that elections were open to all kinds of abuse

Exit Progress - How has Britain changed since 1900?

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 :

Why were many unhappy with the government in the early 19th Century?

Using the information on pages 136 and 137 answer the question in as much detail as you can using examples, dates, figures and quotes to back up your points

Make sure you write about:
The Luddites
The Swing Rioters
The Peterloo Massacre
The great demonstration at Kennington in 1848

Make sure you write a conclusion saying what you think the main reason for unhappiness was. Explain why some might disagree with you.
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.

Challenge:
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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 136-137 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?


By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn to explain how close Britain was to revolution in 1848 (STEP CONFIDENT)

Most of you: Will learn how to analyse how close Britain was to revolution (STEP PROFICIENT)

Some of you : Will learn how to evaluate/examine how close Britain was to revolution (STEP COMPETENT/ACCOMPLISHED
)
Give examples if you can for every word
Conclusion?
Title: Who rules?
Date: February 20th 2017
KEYWORD ONE
KEYWORD TWO
KEYWORD THREE
EXTENDED WRITING
Look at source D
On your copy of the source find and label:
Rich men being brought to vote in their carriages
The blind man
The disabled man
The man with learning difficultiesbeing told how to vote
the sick man
What is the message of this source?
RECAP: COPY
Last term in history we learnt that:
the population grew from 7m to 37m by 1900
transport improved on roads, railways and canals
a new factory system revolutionised industry
many moved to the towns from the country
conditions for many were hard
New inventions and discoveries were changing life e.g. steam engines and bacteria
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