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1 Menu Ireland Lessons The Ulster crisis PowerPoint presentations OHTs Other visual sources used in various lessons Gary Hillyard, Ashfield School ‘Ireland in Schools’ NPS School of Education, U. Nottingham

2 Menu Lesson 22How did Irish Nationalism develop between 1890 & 1914? Overview Photographs of Sir Edward Carson & James Craig Ulster unionist anti-Home Rule postcard Lesson 23How would nationalist groups react to the events of ? Overview Cartoon from The Bystander, 1914: ‘The change in Ireland’ Lessons 24-5What is the future of Ireland 1? Overview Map: Ulster & the religious divide

3 Menu How did Irish Nationalism develop between 1890 and 1914? Aims To examine the ways in which Irish nationalism developed during this period. Lesson 22

4 Menu Aims To examine the ways in which Irish nationalism developed during this period. Lesson 22

5 Menu Aims To examine the ways in which Irish nationalism developed during this period. Read through the information sheet to help you fill out your worksheet. Lesson 22

6 Menu Aims To examine the ways in which Irish nationalism developed during this period. Homework – to work through and complete all sections of the workbook on unionism. Lesson 22

7 Menu Lesson 22 – Unionism booklet

8 Menu Lesson 22 – homework (source A)

9 Menu How would the Nationalist groups react to the events of ? Aims To learn how successive British governments tried to deal with the Irish situation. To assess the reaction of the main strands of nationalism to these events. Lesson 23

10 Menu Lesson 23 – OHT Cartoon from The Bystander, 1914: ‘The change in Ireland’ Aims To learn how successive British governments tried to deal with the Irish situation. To assess the reaction of the main strands of nationalism to these events.

11 Menu Aims To learn how successive British governments tried to deal with the Irish situation. To assess the reaction of the main strands of nationalism to these events. Event Nationalist Reaction (noting any differences between Republicans and Home Rulers) Government - Conservative Local Government Act, 1898 Terms - Introduced county councils which would be elected. This served to move power away from the landed classes and towards the middle-class. Government - Conservative Wyndham’s Act, 1903 Organised the buying out of landlords by the state and allowing tenants to purchase the land through state loans with low interest rate to be paid back over a long period of time. Government - Liberal Councils Bill, 1907 Proposed a representative Irish Council which would deal with some aspects of internal affairs. Government - Liberal General Elections in 1910 Wiped out the Liberal majority which it had held since It was now reliant on support from IPP. (After the second Election the Liberals had 272 seats, the Conservatives 272 and the IPP 84). Government - Liberal Home Rule Bill, 1912 Ireland was to have: 1. An Irish Parliament with a nominated upper house and an elected House of Commons. This executive would be answerable to Parliament. 2. The powers of the Irish Parliament were to be more limited than in previous Bills - British had more control over finances. 3. Ireland was to be represented in Westminster by 42 MPs. 4. Ulster was to be included in the Bill. Event Nationalist Reaction (noting any differences between Republicans and Home Rulers) Local Government Act, 1898 Wyndham’s Act, 1903 Councils Bill, 1907 General Elections in 1910 Home Rule Bill, 1912 Exclusion of Ulster Bill,

12 Menu Aims To learn how successive British governments tried to deal with the Irish situation. To assess the reaction of the main strands of nationalism to these events. Event Nationalist Reaction (noting any differences between Republicans and Home Rulers) Government - Conservative Local Government Act, 1898 Terms - Introduced county councils which would be elected. This served to move power away from the landed classes and towards the middle-class. Government - Conservative Wyndham’s Act, 1903 Organised the buying out of landlords by the state and allowing tenants to purchase the land through state loans with low interest rate to be paid back over a long period of time. Government - Liberal Councils Bill, 1907 Proposed a representative Irish Council which would deal with some aspects of internal affairs. Government - Liberal General Elections in 1910 Wiped out the Liberal majority which it had held since It was now reliant on support from IPP. (After the second Election the Liberals had 272 seats, the Conservatives 272 and the IPP 84). Government - Liberal Home Rule Bill, 1912 Ireland was to have: 1. An Irish Parliament with a nominated upper house and an elected House of Commons. This executive would be answerable to Parliament. 2. The powers of the Irish Parliament were to be more limited than in previous Bills - British had more control over finances. 3. Ireland was to be represented in Westminster by 42 MPs. 4. Ulster was to be included in the Bill. Lesson 23

13 Menu What is the future of Ireland? Aims To prepare for a multi-party discussion about the future of Ireland. Lesson 24-5

14 Menu Aims To prepare for a multi-party discussion about the future of Ireland. You are all going to be representing the different nationalist groups involved in the Irish situation at this time. You will prepare your answers to a series of questions which need to be discussed. You must use your notes and the provided information sheets to help you to prepared. Lesson 24-5

15 Menu Aims To simulate an imaginary discussion about the future of Ireland. Lesson 24-5

16 Menu Lesson 24-5 – w/s Nationalism and Unionism. From Union to Partition by E. Brennan & S. Gillespie, Cambridge, , p. 74


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