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1 Victorian Society in about Pages 58-61

2 Year 9 History Assessment. Describe and compare the lives of men, women and children at the end of the Victorian age.

3 There are two issues you need to understand. 1.Class. 2.Gender.

4 VICTORIAN SOCIETY. The rich man in his castle, The poor man at his gate, God made them, high or lowly, And ordered their estate.

5 Society. Cleese, Barker and Corbett. 1 min 35 secs

6 How can you tell the difference between people from different classes? List five things.

7 How can we tell the differences between people from different classes? 1. Appearance. Clothes. Hands. Complexion. 2. Income. Wages. Salary. 3. How much land or property they owned. How many servants they had. 4. Homes. How many rooms. Location. Furniture. Interior decoration. 5. Health. Life expectancy. 6. Education. Did they have any? Which school did they go to? What qualifications did they have? 7. Accent or dialect. 8. Leisure. How many hours did they work? What did they do when they had time off? Did they have a holiday? Where did they go? 9. Shopping habits. What did they buy? Could they get credit? 10. Political rights. Did they have the vote?

8 Upper Class Upper Middle Class Lower Middle Class Skilled Working Class Semi-Skilled Working Class Unskilled Working Class Royal Family. Aristocracy. Gentry. Factory owners. Ship owners. Bankers. Railway owners. Mine owners. Judges. Senior Doctors, Office clerks. Architects. Chemists. Managers. Teachers. Shop owners. Engineers. Salesmen. Foremen. Carpenters. Plumbers. Chain makers. Mechanics. Engineers. Engine drivers. Butlers. Housekeepers. Mill workers. Coal miners. Servants/maids. Shopworkers. Cooks. Stable boys/drivers. Nailmakers. Farm labourers. Navvies. Dockers. Seamstress. Paupers. Street children. VICTORIAN SOCIETY

9 Upper Class. c40, Queen Victoria and the Royal Family. 2. Aristocrats. 3. Gentry.

10 The Middle Class c6 million. Upper Middle Class Factory owners. Bankers. Ship owners. Railway owners. Mine owners. Judges/lawyers. Senior doctors.

11 Lower Middle Class. 13. Shop owners. 14. Engineers. 15. Office clerks. 16. Teachers. 17.Chemists. 18. Architects. 19. Doctors.

12 Working Class. c30 million. Skilled Working Class. 20. Mechanic. 21. Carpenter. 22. Chain maker. 23. Plumber. 24. Engine driver. 25. Foreman. 26. Butler.

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14 Semi-Skilled Working Class. 1.Mill worker. 2.Coal miner. 3.Cook. 4.Shop worker. 5.Servant/maid. 6.Nail maker. 7.Stable boys/drivers.

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17 Unskilled Working Class. 1.Farm labourer. 2.Navvy. 3.Seamstress. 4.Paupers (unemployed) 5.Street children.

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20 WORK by F. M. Brown

21 Tasks. Page Class is based on …………… 2.Society is like a pyramid because……… 3.In Victorian Society the longer you stayed in education the ……… 4.The more leisure time you had the …..

22 Three pictures on page The upper class picture shows The middle class picture shows The working class picture shows....

23 PS Victorian social progress. Adam Hart Davies 9 mins

24 Tasks. Pages Where did they live?Which class lived there? Town centre Inner suburbs Outer suburbs Southern suburbs

25 Social classes. Page 60. Workshop to Empire. 1.As the population grew and towns expanded there was more need for middle class jobs such as……………. 2.To get these jobs people needed……………….. 3.More working people were needed for the new…………… 4.People could tell what class you belonged to by……………… Source C. Look at the picture and answer questions 2 (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) from the yellow box.


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