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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    shows a young boy dressed in a sailor suit standing in front of a sundial in a garden Large Image Whiteboard Activity Smart Identifying Emotions Whiteboard Activity Promethean Identifying Emotions Worksheet Identifying Emotions Teaching Idea What do you think happened just before this photograph was taken Ask pupils to look carefully at the photograph identifying things that they recognise such as boy grass window hat stick etc Then focus on the little boy ask them to look at his face Can they tell how he might have been feeling Think about how a photograph is a snapshot of one moment in time But what happened before What was he doing Who else might have been there Why does he look so grumpy The Whiteboard Activity below suggests ways of doing this Learning Aims and Outcomes Make drawings and paintings using the visual clues from given images Comment on differences in the messages given by part of an image compared with messages from the whole image 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 An understanding that people feel and show

    Original URL path: http://www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/teachingactivitiesdetail.aspx?crit=&ctid=119&id=1190 (2016-02-13)
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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    primary What is a Condition Survey Use the slides provided to explain what it is and how we define condition Step 1 Find your nearest war memorial If you don t already know where your nearest memorial is try using War Memorials Online https www warmemorialsonline org uk Imperial War Museum http www iwm org uk memorials search or just Google it Step 2 Plan your visit To help pupils get the most out of the visit split the class into 4 groups each of which has a special task and their own recording sheet to complete from the Guidance for teachers resource Each of the groups is named after a specific job title used by heritage professionals to allow pupils to follow the ethos of the Mantle of the Expert The groups are Building Surveyors Look at the condition of the writing inscriptions on the memorial Conservators Look at the condition of whatever materials stone brick wood etc the memorial is built of Landscape Surveyors Look at the condition of the area immediately around the memorial Photographers Work with the other teams to decide what photographs to take to use as evidence about the condition of the memorial Ensure you follow your own school s procedures for creating a Risk Assessment and taking pupils out of the classroom Ideally each group should have one adult supervisor dedicated to helping them who has been made familiar with the tasks and recording sheets for that group Step 3 Go on your visit and carry out the survey Ensure that you have all the equipment mentioned on the recording sheets cameras pencils clipboards etc Allow each of the groups to fill in the information required on their recording sheets Step 4 Go Upload your results to the web Back in the classroom

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    how the Romans changed Britain Before the Roman invasion during the Iron Age most of the native Britons Celts lived in roundhouses made of timber Any stone buildings that did exist were nowhere near as grand as the new Roman villas with their mosaic floors and underfloor heating hypocaust Use images of reconstructed roundhouses such as Castell Henllys Butser or the BBCs Reconstructing a Roundhouse to help pupils understand what houses were like before the Romans invaded Then use other websites such as Time Team s 3D Roman Villa or Romans in Sussex How Romans built their houses to show pupils what the new Roman villas were like Ask pupils to think about the differences between the two types of houses Describe these changes and how they would have affected the lives of the people living in the different homes This could be done as a piece of writing or by labelling a drawing picture of a Roman villa Learning Aims and Outcomes Select information about life in Roman Britain from a range of sources Present information to show understanding of the impact of Roman settlement on Britain Prior Knowledge A concept of when the Iron Age Roman periods were

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    100 AD and discovered in 1939 This is a detail of the mosaic floor in the audience chamber depicting Bellerophon riding Pegasus and spearing Chimaera Large Image Teachers Notes Roman Britain Worksheet Roman Remains Recording Whiteboard Activity Smart Roman Remains Whiteboard Activity Promethean Roman Remains Teaching Idea What can archaeological evidence tell us about Roman life Explain to pupils about evidence and the role of an archaeologist The worksheet above provides additional information on this topic Then ask pupils to look at the pictures in the Image by Theme collection called Roman Remains Ask pupils to choose 3 of the pictures that they think show evidence that the Romans settled in Britain after they had invaded Then ask them to present their choices in the chart provided see worksheet giving reasons for each choice This could then lead to a class discussion about their choices Learning Aims and Outcomes To select and record information about Roman ways of life To use the terms invade and settle To learn how evidence can tell you about Roman life To ask and answer questions about what survived from the Roman settlement of Britain To present information to show an understanding of the impact

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    destroyed by the bombing Exeter and a number of other cities were targeted by Hitler in revenge for Air Marshal Harris s bombing campaign against German cities in 1942 Large Image Teachers Notes The Blitz Teaching Idea How can a photograph help us to imagine life during the Blitz Using the information given within the Teacher s Notes below discuss what the Blitz was and why it happened Ask them to suggest reasons why there are no children in the photograph Ask your pupils to imagine that they are in the photograph of Exeter What questions would they ask the people in the photograph What do they think the people are discussing How do they think the people might be feeling how would they feel if it was their house in the photograph In pairs or groups ask them to write and perform a short piece of dialogue between themselves and the people in the photograph Learning Aims and Outcomes Explain the effects of bomb damage List some of the effects of war on everyday life Suggest ways in which people suffered Suggest why evacuation was used as one strategy to protect children Prior Knowledge A concept of what the

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    like us Worksheet Were the Edwardians like us Teaching Idea Were the Edwardians like us It is 100 years since the 1911 census was taken giving us an insight into the lives of ordinary Edwardian people Use the whiteboard activity to look at a selection of photographs of Edwardian life They are divided into Work Leisure Transport and Childhood Pupils can then fill in the charts provided either on the whiteboard or on the worksheet This will help them use the photographs as evidence to compare Edwardian life with life today After looking at all the photographs they could pick one to use for a Then Now presentation They would draw or photograph what the same activity would look like today and say how it has or hasn t changed since Edwardian times Learning Aims and Outcomes Describe and begin to explain different interpretations and representations Make informed judgements about the validity of information Identify source material that can be used to answer specific questions Prior Knowledge An understanding of when the Edwardian period was would be useful Extended Learning and Useful Links Use records from the 1911 census to look at people from your town village to find out

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    buildings tell us about life in Britain since 1948 Ask pupils to study the photograph Discuss their initial impressions of the photograph Do they live somewhere similar Ask them to think about what it is would be like to live in a tower block write a list of the pros and cons using worksheet below Bring in a photograph of a modern tower block to help them with their comparisons judgements Ask pupils to imagine that they are one of the children playing in the photograph Does it look like fun Is it a nice place to play This could be taken further to discuss why the playground was built there Is there any grass or trees Are these important All of their ideas discussion could be used to lead on to a design project to design either a tower block housing or a new play ground As a class or in groups children could start by creating a list of criteria using the worksheets below such as a playground must have There is a Whiteboard Activity to accompany this Teaching Idea In groups the children could then draw their ideal playground and show it to the rest of the

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    underground Large Image Whiteboard Activity Smart Children at work Whiteboard Activity Promethean Children at work Teachers Notes Victorian Child Labour and Education Timeline Worksheet Names on mining memorial Teaching Idea What was life like for Victorian children Did it get any better Look at the photograph of the mining memorial On 4 July 1838 26 children were drowned when the Huskar Pit mine in South Yorkshire flooded Ask pupils to read the list of names and write them down in order of their age oldest to youngest Use this list to start a discussion about being a child during Victorian times Also point out that the Females are deposited in the Graves at the feet of the Males ask what this might tell us about Victorian society Then using the list below look at the different laws that were passed during the reign of Queen Victoria and how these affected the lives of Victorian children Pupils could summarise their thoughts findings in a short piece of writing Learning Aims and Outcomes Suggest what life was like for children living in the past Present information showing knowledge and an appreciation of the Victorian period Make comparisons between lifestyles today and in

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