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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    their favorite toys Large Image Whiteboard Activity Smart Family Portrait Whiteboard Activity Promethean Family Portrait Worksheet Toys in the past Teaching Idea Are my toys different from toys in the past Ask pupils to look at this family photograph that was taken in 1900 Ask them to try and spot any toys in the photograph The toys in the picture are a doll and a horse and cart Ask the pupils if they still play with toys like these You may want to bring in a modern doll and toy car to help them make comparisons between the old toys in the photograph and ones today Then ask them to look for similarities and differences between the old and new toys such as the doll s clothes why a horse not car You could also ask what they think the toys might be made of Learning Aims and Outcomes Describe the characteristics of old toys Ask questions about toys in the past Infer information about toys in the past Recognise similarites and differences between old and new toys Prior Knowledge No prior knowledge is require for this Teaching Idea as new concepts will be introduced Extended Learning and Useful Links

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/teachingactivitiesdetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=48&id=1186 (2016-02-13)
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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    an Interactive Whiteboard you could put the picture up then use the screen shade to reveal it slowly The larger image will allow pupils to study it in detail also the zoom option on an interactive whiteboard will allow you to study highlight certain features Ask them to look for clues as to what this room might have been used for On the table there are plates teapots sieves jars a mixing bowl and a chopping board The range on the left also has several large cooking pots on it Once pupils have identifyed it as a kitchen you could focus on one of the objects such as the mixing bowl or sieve and ask pupils to guess what it might be made of who would have used and what for They could compare it with bowl sieve today Also the number of objects on the table could lead to a discussion about the owner of the house Where they rich or poor who needs that many teapots Learning Aims and Outcomes Identify the rooms in a home from long ago Describe using appropriate vocabulary features furniture and household objects from homes from long ago Use clues to infer the

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    Worksheet Going to the Park Image By Theme Teaching Idea Did Children in the Past have fun in the Park Ask pupils to look at the photograph What can they see Explain that it was taken a long time ago in 1900 and it is showing us what life was like for these children Make it clear that these are real children who lived a long time ago Ask them to say what the children are doing Ask them to look for any toys Ask them what the children are wearing are they wearing everyday clothes or Sunday Best Ask them if they think the children were having fun Compare what the children are doing with what modern children do in the park Which things are the same and which are different Check out the ready made whiteboard lesson Learning Aims and Outcomes ask and answer questions about the past find out about the past from a range of sources of information find out about the way of life of people in the more distant past who lived in the local area or elsewhere in Britain Prior Knowledge It will be useful to talk to pupils about going to the park nowadays Arrange a visit to a local park this will be particularly helpful if any of your pupils have not been to a park Extended Learning and Useful Links Look at other photographs of children in parks in the Images by Theme Parks and Gardens These include more Victorian photographs and also some from the 1960s Search Viewfinder for photographs of your local park and look for changes Find out about the history of your local park by visiting your local council website Most have a section on the history of their parks For example see the History of

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    food in the past from a photograph Ask pupils to imagine that they are going to the seaside and have to take a picnic Ask them to think about the type of the food that they would take on their picnic such as sandwiches crisps biscuits fruit cans of pop etc Once they have discussed this ask them to draw their picnic Then use the photograph to prompt a discussion about what the people in the photograph might have been eating Would their picnic be the same as one today Compare it to a picnic today thinking about similarities and differences Then using the Teachers Notes look at the childrens pictures and see what foods they would have been able to eat when this photograph was taken You might like to plan your own 1900 picnic Learning Aims and Outcomes Compare seaside holidays in the past with ones today Identify similarities and differences Infer information from a picture or photograph Ask appropriate questions about seaside holidays in the past Prior Knowledge An understanding that life in the past might have been different from life today Extended Learning and Useful Links Pupils could be asked to imagine a conversation between themselves

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    Seaside Past Teaching Idea What did people do at the seaside in the past Ask the children to look at the photograph What can they see Are these children today or children in the past Why do they think this Explain to the children that these are real children who had their photograph taken in over 100 years ago What are the children doing Do children today still do the same things at the seaside What is the same and what is different Show the children photographs from the Image by Theme Seaside Ask them what other things people did at the seaside in the past Discuss with them if we do the same things at the seaside today or different things You may wish to use the ready made whiteboard activity to do this Learning aims and Outcomes Compare seaside holidays in the past with ones today Identify similarities and differences Infer information from a picture or photograph Ask appropriate questions about seaside holidays in the past Prior Knowledge An understanding that life in the past might have been different from life today Extended Learning and Useful Links Older or more able children may look at chronology comparing Victorian

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    grandparents play with Look at this photograph of a toy shop from 1927 As a class or in groups ask the pupils to write a list of all the toys they can see in the photograph Then ask pupils to choose their favourite toy but keep it a secret Discuss how they might describe their chosen toy by thinking about shapes sizes and whit it might be made of Then in pairs or small groups ask them to describe the characteristics of their favourite toy so that others in the group can try and guess which one it is Alternatively this could be turned into a questioning game where the others in the group ask yes no questions such as Does it have wheels etc This could be consolidated by asking each pupil to draw their chosen toy and label it with the words they used to describe it Below are some general notes on the history of toys and toy shops plus a Whiteboard Activity to accompany this Teaching Idea Learning Aims and Outcomes Describe the characteristics of old toys Speak about toys that belonged to their grandparents great grandparents Infer information about toys in the past by studying

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    the Ashmolean Museum Large Image Teachers Notes Anglo Saxons Worksheet Anglo Saxon Remains Whiteboard Activity Smart Anglo Saxons Reconstruction Drawings Teaching Idea Can you use evidence to reconstruct the past Explain to pupils about evidence and the role of an archaeologist The worksheet above provides additional information on this topic You may also wish to discuss what evidence from the past still survives to day see worksheet above Ask pupils to look at the picture of the Anglo Saxon objects without any information next to it and see if they can identify any of the artefacts shown Then using this information and the other aspects of archaeology discussed ask them to produce a reconstruction drawing of the person who wore these objects Reinforce the idea that so long as they can explain what they ve drawn all their drawings are as good as each others there is no definitive right answer Learning Aims and Outcomes To make inferences from archaeological evidence To understand that the Anglo Saxons lived a long time ago To learn what we can and can not discover from archaeological evidence To select distinctive features of Anglo Saxon people Prior Knowledge An understanding that different peoples lived

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/teachingactivitiesdetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=118&id=4532 (2016-02-13)
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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    photograph shows prisoners cutting grass at Wormwood Scrubs in London in around 1900 Various parts of the Scrubs were built using prison labour between 1874 and 1891 Note that the uniforms of the inmates still bear their characteristic arrows Large Image Teaching Idea Can a photograph tell us about relationships between different people Ask pupils to look carefully at the photograph Look at how the people are standing what they are doing and what they are wearing You may like to put the photograph up on an interactive whiteboard and use the zoom and highlight functions to help pupils pick out some of the details such as the arrows on the mens clothes Discuss the image as a class or in small groups Then ask them to answer the question above by annotating a copy of the photograph or using speech bubbles captions to show the relationships This could also be done using the speech thought bubbles on an interactive whiteboard Learning Aims and Outcomes Suggest ideas about why the images were made and what they show about the people in them Say what they think and feel about the images Prior Knowledge No prior knowledge is required as the

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