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State of the Nation 1906

Y11 GCSE War and Transformation 1903-28
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Laurie Johnston

on 10 January 2017

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Transcript of State of the Nation 1906

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 you learn from Source A about the lives of children at the start of the 20th Century? (6)

Swap your books and mark each others using the mark scheme

Exit Progress - Make a list on your white boards of all the good things the Liberal Government had done since 1906 and a second list of the reasons why they'd done it
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 complete an NOP analysis for Source D.

Complete the purpose question (8)
Now the reliability question (10)
Progress Check 2- Books

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


Exam Question - Use Source D and your own knowledge to explain why the Liberal government passed welfare laws. (10 marks)
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 20-21:

Adewumi, Matilda, Adah, Anais, Krystal, Micah, Alexander, Chantelle, Saffron, Sydney, Elle, Ramliz, Novella, Janet, Nasser, Louis, Halimat, Jaheim, Michelle, Casey, Micaiah, Alex
Extension:
-

Today's words?
Do Now
We will read pages 22-23:

Adewumi, Matilda, Adah, Anais, Krystal, Micah, Alexander, Chantelle, Saffron, Sydney, Elle, Ramliz, Novella, Janet, Nasser, Louis, Halimat, Jaheim, Michelle, Casey, Micaiah, Alex
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 18-19/20/21/22/23:
Adewumi, Matilda, Adah, Anais, Krystal, Micah, Alexander, Chantelle, Saffron, Sydney, Elle, Ramliz, Novella, Janet, Nasser, Louis, Halimat, Jaheim, Michelle, Casey, Micaiah, Alex
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

By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn how to(5a) (C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to (6a) (B grade)

Some of you : Will learn to (7a) (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 explain why reform was necessary (CONFIDENT)

Some of you : Will analyse the most important causes (PROFICIENT
)

Some of you: will evaluate/examine the issue (COMPETENT/ACCOMPLISHED
Give examples if you can for every word
The State of the Nation 1906
State of the Nation #2
Helping the young, the old, the sick, the unemployed
Date: Tuesday 10th January 2017

Conclusion?
By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn about (L5/C grade)

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

Some of you : Will learn how to (L6/7/A-A*
Grade)
By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you: Will learn about key features of Britain (L5/C grade)

Most of you: Will learn how to explain why reform was made (L5/6/B grade)

Some of you : Will learn how to evaluate the most important causes (L6/7/A-A*
Grade)
EXIT PROGRESS: SUMMARY:
Copy:
The Liberals came to power in 1906 with a massive majority
Britain was one of the wealthiest countries in the world
Many were below the POVERTY LINE (43% in York according to ROWNTREE, 33% of Londoners according to Booth in 1902)
Illness and Unemployment could send families to the workhouse e.g. Charlie Chaplin)
Workhouses were harsh and shameful
The Boer War showed 40% of recruits were unfit for service
For all these reasons the Liberal Govt. took action

By the end of the lesson (targets) -
All of you:
Will learn how to explain why reform was necessary (CONFIDENT)

Some of you : Will analyse the most important causes (PROFICIENT
)

Some of you: will evaluate/examine the issue (COMPETENT/ACCOMPLISHED
RECAP - the story so far
Copy:
Women could not vote at the start of the 20th Century
most thought a woman's place was in the home
NUWSS (SUFFRAGISTS) campaigned for the vote peacefully
WSPU (SUFFRAGETTES) prepared to use militant action including stone-throwing, damaging paintings, arson, hunger strikes etc.
1913 Emily Davison killed at the Epsom Derby
Cat and Mouse Act 1913 released weak hunger strikers and re-arrested them when health improved
WW1 - Suffragettes suspended their campaign and many went to work to support the war effort
1918 women over 30 given the vote. 1928 women over 21 got the vote.

Recap: COPY: Last lesson in History
The Liberal Party won the 1906 election by a big majority
Britain was one of the wealthiest countries in the world
Some people were very wealthy but the majority were not
Rowntree's study of York showed 43% lived below the
POVERTY LINE
Booth's survey 1902 found 1/3 of Londoners were below the
POVERTY LINE
If people became unemployed or ill they might end up in the
WORKHOUSE
Recruitment for the BOER WAR found 40% of volunteers were unfit for military service
For all of these reasons but especially the last one the Liberal Government decided to do something about poverty
Today's Index Card: Copy
Helping the Young
• School Meals Act 1906 – free meals for poorest children (150000 by 1914)
• Medical checks – annually and free treatment
• Children’s Charter 1908 – fireworks, alcohol and tobacco banned
• Working hours restricted
• Child Protection introduced – prosecution for neglect
• Borstals for young offenders
• Probation introduced
Helping the old, sick, unemployed
• People’s Budget 1909 raised taxes to pay for Welfare State
• Old Age Pension introduced on sliding scale – 5s a week max.
• Married couples 7s 6d max
• Non-contributory
• 1 million pensioners by 1914
• Labour Exchanges set up for unemployed to register at
• National Insurance Act 1911 launched contributory scheme to pay for sick pay and unemployment benefit
• 9d for 4d (Worker 4d, employer 3d, Government 2d)
• Unemployment benefit for 15 weeks, sick pay 26 weeks
• 30s on birth of first child
• For first time government was trying to prevent people becoming poor

TEST
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