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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    churchyard of St Mary s Church Henbury Bristol in 1720 The inscription below is carved into his footstone I WHO WAS BORN A PAGAN AND A SLAVE NOW SWEETLY SLEEP A CHRISTIAN IN MY GRAVE WHAT THO MY HUE WAS DARK MY SAVIOURS SIGHT SHALL CHANGE THIS DARKNESS INTO RADIANT LIGHT SUCH GRACE TO ME MY LORD ON EARTH HAS GIVEN TO RECOMMEND ME TO MY LORD IN HEAVEN WHOSE GLORIOUS SECOND COMING HERE I WAIT WITH SAINTS AND ANGELS HIM TO CELEBRATE Teaching Idea What can the inscription on this gravestone tell us about attitudes to black people Ask pupils to read through and highlight sections explaining what attitudes they reveal The inscription is written as if Scipio is speaking Do you think these are his own words If not who do you think may have written them Why do you think this Ask pupils how and when they think Scipio got his name Visit the BBC Nottingham website to find out about George Africanus Visit the English Heritage Sites of Memory website to find out more about both men Were they related If not why do they have the same surname Look at Images By Theme Slavery to find more memorials to slaves What more can you find out about attitudes to slaves and black people from these sources Use the Images of England website s advanced search to identify memorials in your own locality that have links to slavery You may need to search on a number of terms including slave slavery abolition sugar tobacco plantation You can also enter names into the free text search Learning aims and Outcomes To promote the use of images objects and archive items for historical enquiry and to aid historical interpretation To support the teaching of History and Citizenship at

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    past present and future of shopping Ask pupils where their family go to do their food shopping Then ask if they think this small shop sold most things that people needed Explain how people used to shop by going to the butchers bakers grocers etc You make like to use the Images by Theme Past Shopping to aid this discussion Ask pupils to speak to their parents grandparents about what shopping in the past was like and record their answers This could then lead to a discussion about supermarkets and how we shop today Prompt the pupils to think about what has changed and how this has affected the way we shop This could be broken down into categories such as Cars how has the car influenced the way we shop Refrigeration how have changes in the way we store food altered the way we shop Aeroplanes how have improved transport links changed the way we shop Women at work how have changes in employment changed the way we shop TV how has TV advertising altered the way we shop These categories could also be used to prompt some of the questions that they ask their parents grandparents Their findings could be presented as a piece of structured narrative Learning Aims and Outcomes Collect record and evaluate data about shopping changes Analyse findings and suggest reasons for changes in shopping patterns Describe and explain how and why shopping has changed in Britain in a 30 year period in a piece of extended writing with related points grouped into paragraphs Prior Knowledge No prior knowledge is required Extended Learning and Useful Links Use the Images By Theme Past Shopping collection to look at and discuss other images of shopping in the past As part of their citizenship work students could also

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    Victorian house Then using the worksheet provided ask pupils to decide whether the houses shown are working class middle class or upper class giving reasons for their decisions Using the information in their tables pupils could then create a list of criteria to explain what defines middle class housing They should look at all aspects of the houses such as size styles and location Learning Aims and Outcomes An understanding that the Victorian middle classes lived in a wide range of different types of houses and locations Use source material to identify middle class houses Identify source material that can be used to answer specific questions Select organise and record information appropriately Prior Knowledge A concept of who the Victorian middle and working classes were and how their lives might have differed is required Extended Learning and Useful Links The photographs in the Images by Theme could be used to reinforce pupils understanding of primary and secondary evidence They could be asked to add an extra column to their tables of Date Taken and compare which are the Victorian photographs and which the modern Pupils could use the criteria they have made and their knowledge from the photographs they have

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    of women in Britain Ask students to look through the Woman at Work Image by Theme collection and make a table by copying and pasting images and captions of all the images showing women at work during WWI They will need to click through to the larger image to see what date the photograph was taken They must then use this primary evidence to create a set of criteria by which to assess it in relation to the question How did WWI change the role of women in Britain You may wish to direct students back to the Women at Work photographs to look for those taken before 1914 as these will help them to understand prove what jobs women were doing before the war Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will use primary evidence to help in their understanding of how WWI changed womens lives Students will be able to demonstrate skills in assessing and using primary evidence such as the creation of criteria Students will gain an understanding of the actual impact the war would have had on real people Relates to History A EDEXCEL Unit 3 Option 3a War and the transformation of British society c1903 28 Key Topic 3 The role of women in the war effort and the impact it had on attitudes to votes for women and female employment Relates to History B EDEXCEL Unit 3 Schools History Project Source Enquiry The impact of war on society The situation of women in 1914 growing independence and changes in their activities during the First World War Relates to History B AQA Unit 3 Historical Enquiry 4 The Changing Role and Status of Women in Britain since 1900 The role of Women in the First World War and its impact Relates to History B OCR Unit A972

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    build up a better picture of how women lived in the period leading up to WW1 the late Victorian and Edwardian periods This activity gives students the opportunity to use photographs buildings and documents to find out more about the lives of women from a range of social backgrounds The main focus is on women s work with additional material on education shopping and leisure Ask students to look through the Image by Theme Women before 1914 and choose 10 photographs that they feel give a clear picture of an aspect of women s lives They can paste copies of the thumbnail sized images into the table in the worksheet and add information from the photograph They can then link what they have learned to information from textbooks and the teacher s notes to decide their standpoint backed with evidence on the key question There is a presentation available as a whiteboard download or powerpoint for you to use or adapt It can be used as a whole class teacher led activity or adapted by the teacher for use by students working independently or as a group Links are given to other websites for extension work The teachers notes include background information and useful links Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will use primary evidence to help in their understanding of women s lives in the period leading up to WW1 Students will be able to demonstrate skills in assessing and using primary evidence such as the creation of criteria Students will have a more secure basis on which to judge the effects of WW1 and the suffrage movement on women s lives Relates to History B EDEXCEL Unit 3 Schools History Project Source Enquiry The impact of war on society The situation of women in 1914 Relates to History B

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    run by cruel people Ask students to look at the photograph above of the former Leeds New Workhouse and then look through the Images by theme Poor Relief for images of other workhouses Ask them to write down their impressions of the buildings and look for any common features Students can then use information taken from the image captions Teachers notes the Workhouse website and a Workhouse masters journal to find evidence for and against the question and record it in the table provided in the worksheet They could use this evidence to produce a piece of persuasive writing or for a group debate Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will demonstrate skills in gathering assessing and using primary evidence Students will gain an understanding of the values of Victorian society Relates to History A AQA Unit 2B Britain 1815 1851 How successful was the New Poor Law History A OCR Study in depth B How were the poor regarded and treated History B Edexcel Schools History Project Unit 2 Depth Study The implementation of the New Poor Law Prior Knowledge Some knowledge of the Old Poor Law and reasons for reform Extended Learning and Useful Links An in depth study

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    scouts Whiteboard Activity Promethean WWI AA road scouts Teaching Idea What part was played by Britain in the defeat of Germany in WWI Ask students to look at the photograph draw their attention to the date that it was taken 14th September 1914 What can this tell them about Britain s role in WWI Students should then be given information about enlisting for WWI and the Battle of the Somme as given in the attached Teacher s Notes Now ask them to work out what would have happened to most of the men boys in the photograph You could use the worksheet provided to help them do this This could start a discussion on topics such as patriotism the lost generation volunteering and how all of these affect Britain s role in WWI You may like to focus on the idea of the Pals battalions Students could be divided into two groups one to list the positive aspects and the other any negative aspects Students could finish by writing a short paragraph on the importance of the Pals battalions in the battle of the Somme Learning Aims and Outcomes Pupils will use primary evidence to help in their understanding of the war Pupils will gain an understanding of the actual impact the war would have had on real people Pupils will learn to use a combination of sources to gain a better understanding about the complexity of Britains role in the defeat of Germany Relates to History A Edexcel Unit 3 War and the transformation of British society c1903 28 The part played by the British on the Western Front and Unit 4 British History options The impact of war on a locality in Britain c1914 50 Relates to GCSE History B OCR Unit A972 British Depth Study Recruiting in

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    remains in Britain It was then used by the Saxons Normans and throughout the Middle Ages before being used as a prison for Prisoners of War from the 1600s onwards But why did it remain in use for over 1700 years Teacher s Pack Student Workbook Whiteboard Activity Smart Pre Visit Lesson Discover Portchester Castle Heritage Trail Interview with English Heritage Interpretation Officer Book your FREE class visit to Portchester castle Teaching Ideas Why did Portchester Castle remain in use for over 1700 years How do we know that interpretations of the castle are accurate This activity is designed to be used for the History Around Us controlled assessment for GCSE It has been written by teachers from Swanmore College of Technology in Hampshire The Teacher s Pack contains detailed lesson plans for use before and after a visit Portchester Castle plus the visit itself It focuses on the two main questions above Before their visit students are encouraged to look at different parts of the castle to try and work out their use During the visit they will use the Student Workbook to help them understand both the chronology of the site and also how it has been interpreted The post visit lesson draws together what they have learnt and can be used with both the Interpretations Officer interview and the Heritage Trail to deepen and reinforce their onsite learning All of this should leave them well prepared for the specific Controlled Assessment question Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will use historical evidence to help in their understanding of the development of castles over the last 1700 years Students will be able to demonstrate skills in searching for assessing and using relevant evidence Students will gain a better understanding of historical interpretation and the skill required create an interpretation

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