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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    sources provided and fill in a chart to produce a Desk Based Assessment DBA for an archaeological firm In Part 2 they then take on the role of a builder developer and have to use the DBA to decide on their development strategy Desk Based Assessment Activity Pack Part 1 The Archaeologist You are an archaeologist working for ARCHRIGHT an archaeological company Your job is to write Desk Based Assessments DBAs You have a budget of 700 A development company NUHOMES want to build some new houses As part of Planning Policy Statement 5 PPS 5 NUHOMES must take into consideration the potential damage this may cause to the archaeology of an area In these Credit Crunch times only government backed shared ownership housing is a safe financial bet The government s main criteria are to provide affordable housing close to sources of employment in areas with established transport networks Part 2 The Builder You are Bob Builder chief contractor with NUHOMES and are responsible for completing the building of all new houses on time and in budget The DBA from ARCHRIGHT has landed on your desk You sigh you know that you have some tough decisions to make For

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    VIII Castles 1538 47 Whiteboard Activity Promethean Henry VIII Castles 1538 47 Teaching Idea How real was the threat of invasion in 1538 47 Students could use the Search to find out how many castles Henry VIII built during the final years of his reign Students could search on the terms henry viii and castle Then find out when and where he built them They could use their search results to create a timeline of all the castles Henry built They can then use the timeline to make draw conclusions about Henry s foreign and domestic polices at the end of his reign Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will use evidence to help in their understanding of how Henry VIII perceived the threat of invasion from France and Spain in 1538 47 Students will be able to demonstrate skills in searching assessing and using relevant evidence Students will gain a better understanding of Henry VIII foreign policy and its impact on England Relates to OCR Unit F961 Option A Henry VIII to Mary I 1509 58 Relates to OCR Unit F966 Option A England s Changing Relations with Foreign Powers 1485 1603 Relates to Edexcel Unit 2 Option A Henry

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    bathrooms There was also a general feeling that the old must go to be replaced by the new In the 1940s the housing shortages were dealt with by temporary means such as prefabs The 1950s and 60s saw wide scale demolition of old properties which were replaced in many cases by large scale housing estates and tall multi story blocks of flats The councils and the architects they hired to design these schemes had a vision of the future but how did it turn out in practice What were their real motives Ask students to use the Images by Theme 1950s 60s Buildings and search the image database to select images of flats and council housing They can select and record information using the recording sheet to organise their findings A starter activity is available as either a whiteboard presentation or power point to introduce the topic help students plan their work and to suggest criteria for selecting information and making a judgement on the question The teachers notes and links provide background facts and further information about the history of social housing and design of buildings Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will use primary evidence to help in their understanding of how housing changed after WW2 Students will be able to demonstrate skills in assessing and using primary evidence such as the creation of criteria Relates to OCR History A Unit F961 British History Period Studies Option B Modern 1783 1994 Post war Britain 1951 94 Relates to EDEXCEL Unit 3 Britain in the Age of the Welfare State 1945 64 Relates to AQA Unit 2 A Sixties Social Revolution British Society 1959 1975 Unit 3 The State and People Britain 1918 1964 Prior Learning Some knowledge of the history of social council housing in the 19th and 20th

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    create two lists one of all the countries where British servicemen died and another of the reasons they were in those countries The countries could then be plotted on a map to show where the British were during this period thus revealing information about their Foreign Policy These reasons can then be explored further to answer questions such as Why did 329 members of the 66th Berkshire Regiment give their lives for their country at Girisk Maiwand and Kandahar during the Afghan campaign 1879 80 or Why were sailors on HMS Centurion killed or died of wounds received whilst gallantly doing their duty in the Naval Brigade North China 1900 The links below and within the resources above are provided to aid students with their research On completing their research they should be able to answer the overall question of What can memorials tell us about British Foreign Policy 1854 1914 and have gained a deeper understanding of the range of roles played by the British within the Empire and how this determined Foreign Policy Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will use historical evidence to help in their understanding of British Foreign Policy from the 1850s to the start of the First World War Students will be able to demonstrate skills in searching assessing and using relevant evidence Students will gain a better understanding of British foreign policy and its impact on Britain and the Empire including amongst others the Crimean Egypt and Boer Wars Relates to Edexcel GCE History Unit 2 C1 The Experience of Warfare in Britain Crimea Boer and the First World War 1854 1929 Relates to OCR Unit F961 British History Period Studies Option B Modern 1783 1994 Foreign and Imperial Policies 1856 1914 Prior Knowledge A concept of the British Empire would be useful Extended

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    find out the fate of a selection of monasteries sorting them into categories and then considering what effect each of these might have had They can search further in the image database for more examples including any based in their own locality They can read a contemporary story of the spoilation of Roche Abbey which describes the feelings of local people as they dismantled the church Students can then relate their findings to the academic debate around the relative importance of the Dissolution to the social and economic problems of Tudor Britain An activity is available as either a whiteboard presentation or power point to introduce the topic help students plan their work and to suggest criteria for selecting information and making a judgement on the question The teachers notes and links provide background facts and further information about the events of the dissolution and the period following Learning Aims and Outcomes Students will use evidence to help in their understanding of the effects of the dissolution of the monasteries Students will be able to demonstrate skills in assessing and using evidence such as the creation of criteria Relates to OCR History A Unit F961 Option A Study Topic 4 Church and State 1529 89 The dissolution of the monasteries Relates to Edexcel GCE Unit 3 British history options 6523A Religion and Monarchy in Tudor and Stuart Times The dissolution of the monasteries its political economic and social impact to 1547 Relates to AQA Unit 2 The Church in England the Struggle for Supremacy 1529 1547 B HIS2B The impact of the dissolutions on society culture and the Church Prior Learning Some knowledge of the events of the dissolution its part in the Break with Rome policies of Henry VIII and Cromwell and the changing relationship between Church and State

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    taken in 1949 It shows people enjoying a Punch and Judy show on the beach on a summers day We ve changed 10 things on the lower of the two pictures Large Image Worksheet Spot the Difference Lowestoft 1949 Answer Sheet Spot the Difference Lowestoft 1949 Starter Plenary Activity What 10 things have been changed in this photograph of Lowestoft in 1949 Ask the students to look at photograph either

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  • Heritage Explorer - Teaching Activity
    My Favourites This photograph was taken in c1900 It shows Blackpool beach on a summers day We ve added 12 things that WOULDN T have been there in c1900 Large Image Worksheet Historical Anachronisms Blackpool c1900 Answer Sheet Historical Anachronisms Blackpool c1900 Starter Plenary Activity What 12 things shouldn t be in this photograph of Blackpool in c1900 Ask the students to look at photograph either on screen or using

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    Favourites This photograph was taken in 1902 It shows the Bank of England and the Royal Exchange We ve added 14 things that WOULDN T have been there in 1902 Large Image Worksheet Historical Anachronisms London 1902 Answer Sheet Historical Anachronisms London 1902 Starter Plenary Activity What 14 things shouldn t be in this picture of London in 1902 Ask the students to look at photograph either on screen or

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