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London Riots 2011

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Faisal Ahmed

on 27 August 2014

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Transcript of London Riots 2011


'Is rioting the answer?'

Explain your opinion using valid reasons.

Extension Question:
Why would someone disagree with you?
Who is responsible?
What do the following words mean?
You may wish to write your ideas in a simple table.

Your home learning task for this week is to research the listed riots (please see handout).

You will have the next TWO lessons to do some further research in the IT room and the library.

The final lesson will be a controlled assessment where you will be allowed to use your notes to answer the proposed question.
CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT
Government spending cuts
Increase in food prices
Declaration of war
Racist/discriminatory government
Loss of freedom
Taxes
Environment
To get rid of a leader
Job problems
To protect your family
Did you get...?
Please improve or add to your definitions.
Let’s hear from the speakers then open up to the floor.
“Law and Order is easy to uphold”
Learning Outcomes:

To be able to describe and explain why there are local and national disturbances.

To be able to evaluate the strategies used to combat unrest.

To be able to describe some of the key events during the riots.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14534508
Punishments
B’s
“Law and Order is difficult to uphold”

You will need:

A speech
Questions for the opposition
Examples for your arguments
A’s
“Law and Order is easy to uphold”

You will need:

A speech
Questions for the opposition
Examples for your arguments
Debate
Heysel football stadium (1985)600 injured 35 killed
1969 Northern Ireland Up to 700 injured
Teacher’s Strike 2011
Coal Miner’s Strikes 1984
Civil Rights Protest, America 1955-1968
You have
15 minutes!
Do Now

List 5 facts about the London Riots in 2011
TASK 1
TASK 2
TASK 3
TASK 4
TASK 5
TASK 6
Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills:

Independent Enquirer

Reflective Learner
Literacy Focus:

Using keywords.
DUMTUCLUM
LONDON RIOTS 2011
Learning Objective:

To explore why the London Riots occurred
and how religion responded.
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