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TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAssessment Humanities rules and expectations. Change and Continuity in Britain 1750 - 1900 To understand the rules of the Humanities department and course overview To identify changes between 1750 and 1900 Spot the difference. Title pageTeacher by recognition PopulationTo identify changes in the population Starter: match up key word and definition. To create a population graph. Key Words Teacher and peer to outcomes Why does the population grow? To consider why the population rose Paired card sort activity. Choose 3 most important factors and create a double page spread. Finish with a conclusion. Death rate or Birth rate more important? Feed back Peer and self review to outcomes Industrial Revolution Intro To understand how industry changes Britain between 1750 and 1900. Power point and table to complete through discussion as group Table to complete Peer assess to outcomes The Domestic System To understand what the Domestic system was. Starter: Reveal domestic system picture. Ask pupils to write down 5 words about the picture. Main: Create storyboard and discuss advantages and disadvantages of the Domestic System. Plenary: Suggest improvements to the Domestic System. Poster for homework. Power table – research and complete Teacher assess Man versus machine! To understand the need for change in Industry. To refine the skill of extracting information. Starter: best inventions ever... can be anything and then link to population. Main: Fill in the table using the information cards. (advantages and disadvantages may need to be discussed as a class) Plenary: see pp Teacher assess by recognition Humanities department Learning Programme Year 9 Half-Term 1Subject - History
TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Power To consider why steam power developed. To synthesise knowledge of power and Industry. Starter: How do the objects link to the Industrial Revolution? Main: Listen to power point and answer questions. Water power questions alone, Steam in a pair, final q plan in pair and snowball into 4 to create a detailed plan. Begin to write up. Plenary: To review learning through snowball. Complete essay question.Teacher assess to level outcomes The factory system To compare and contrast the domestic and factory system. Starter: Review learning to date using pp. From home to factory sheet. Peer assess to outcomes Children Working conditions To gain an overview of working conditions for children in factories. Starter: Children of the revolution video clip Inspectors report. (information hunt) RevisionTeacher recognition Adult working conditions To discover and contrast the working conditions endured through the IR Starter: 3 school rules you hate. Factory rules Review Peer assess to outcomes Why and how do towns grow ? Assessment 1 To understand why people move from villages to towns. The type of work people did and the problems new towns had. Burnley 1700 and 1900 – interrogate sources Plenary – review town versus countryside Assessment 1 Industrial Revolution Revision Teacher assess to level outcomes Planning an Industrial Town To examine the layout of an Industrial town and its cramped nature. 1 st Plan an Industrial town using the sheets and information provided. Review problems of planning? Complete map of Industrial Town Teacher recognition Humanities department Learning Programme Year 9 Half-Term 2Subject - History
TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Cholera Assessment 2a To understand how and why Cholera broke out in Industrial Towns. Analyse the source and work out what is going on. Then highlight the information sheet. Fill in notes on table. Cholera source assessment Review source activity Peer and self assess to outcomes Teacher level What was the British Empire? To understand the extent of the Empire and when it existed. Starter: Guess the country slide show. Main: Colour colonies on world map. Discuss notion of the sun never sets. Plenary: Paragraph, should we be proud of the empire? Teacher recognition Was the Empire good or bad? To understand what impact Britain had on countries of the empire. See power point Overview and sorting statements to be referred back to throughout unit. Review of empire this farSelf assess to outcomes British rule and resistance. To understand the different ways in which the Colonies resisted. Source activity to uncover how different colonies resisted the Empire. Research and preparations for group presentations – allow one lesson to perform and peer assess Group presentation preparations Teacher and peer assess to level outcomes Slave Trade.The darker side of the British Empire Round the room source activity to complete spider diagram. Must contain detail as will be used as background knowledge for next lesson. Peer assess to outcomes and teacher recognition Slave tradeReliability of Sources‘Roots’ reliability lesson with Sources Set up for project on slavery – ongoing project on slavery – ongoing Self assess to outcomes Humanities department Learning Programme Year 9 Half-Term 3Subject - History
TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst Culture Assessment 2 To understand how Britain was a force for good in the Empire. Focus must be on the good side of Empire to allow a balance in the essay. pupils can do research etc to add detail. Two lesson to ensure sufficient research Preparation for assessment 2 ‘Empire Good or Bad?’ Assessment essayPeer assess to outcomes and Teacher assess to levels Overview of 20 th Century An overview lesson to link with development of technology Timelines and card sort activities to categorize information and get flavour of 20 th Century Key words and definitionsTeacher assess by recognition Technology good or bad? Assess the benefit of technology in 20 th C Use interpretations and discussion to give opinion. Complete images quiz and review through discussion Using lesson information and timelines write a review (word limit) Peer assess to outcomes Causes of First World War Discover causes of WW1Introduce long term reasons for war Using information from sources categorize causes Teacher recognition and peer assess to outcomes Industrialized methods of war To find out why the 1WW became war of attrition Introduce new weapons and impact on old tactics Set up for trench projects Trench projects PART 1 Teacher recognition and peer assess through review Why and how did men sign up to fight? Need for and impact of recruitment drive and propaganda Interrogate poster to show how propaganda encouraged joining up Impact of campaign Trench Projects PART 2 Teacher recognition and peer assess through review Humanities department Learning Programme Year 9 Half-Term 4Subject - History
TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAssessment What was D.O.R.A? Assessment Home front and Defence of Realm Act and impact Use list of new laws to decide which seem sensible and in groups/pairs offer reasons why Role and importance of women in war Portfolio of local VC hero Thomas Whitham Trench Project – assessment 3 Trench projects PART 3 Teacher recognition and peer assess to outcomes Teacher assess to level outcomes The Treaty of Versailles Summary review of peace treaty to understand causes of 2WW Use texts and cartoon analysis to understand why Germany felt aggrieved Cartoon analysisTeacher recognition Causes of 2WWOverview of causes linked to Treaty of Versailles Cartoon strip activity to complete in summaryPeer assessment to outcomes Living through the war Air raid precautions and impact on BritainEvacuation-introduce as measure using comprehension from text Source reliability using excerpt from ‘Goodnight Mr Tom’ against researched information in class Review of film excerpt using evidence to support evaluation Teacher recognition and peer assess to outcomes Living through the war The BlitzUsing sources around room find out what happened in the Blitz Evaluate the Bethnall Green Tube Station disaster Complete written evaluation Teacher assess to level outcomes Living through the war The role of womenCompare with the role of women in 1WW and assessTeacher recognition Humanities department Learning Programme Year 9 Half-Term 5Subject - History
TitleLearning objectivesSuggested ActivitiesSuggested homeworkAsst The Nazis and the Holocaust Overview of persecution in GermanyHolocaust and resistance by Jews and minority groups Why should we remember the Holocaust? EvaluationTeacher recognition and peer assess to outcomes What was the Cold War? To discover what the Cold War refers to and find out why it happened Pwr pt on political systems to learn about communism and capitalism. Pupils assess which they think is fairest then suggest what problems may arise from each (Paired or group activity). Analyse C/W cartoon Cartoon activity Self and peer assess to level outcomes Berlin Blockade Cuban Missile Crisis Assassination of JFK Vietnam Space Race and Moon Landings Reaction to C/W and Peace Movement/ Collapse of Communism Learn about some of the ‘Hot Spots’ in the C/W and assess impact on development of C/W and results on international community Each topic will be taught discreetly but with overarching objective Progress at this stage of the academic year will be determined by off-time table activities organized for this year group Vietnam Project Will incorporate mixture of teacher assessment to level outcomes along with peer and self assessment Humanities department Learning Programme Year 9 Half-Term 6Subject - History
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