Presentation on theme: "1) What is happening? 2) What message is the source trying to give? 3) Why is the source trying to tell us this? 4) What other questions might I need to."— Presentation transcript:
1) What is happening? 2) What message is the source trying to give? 3) Why is the source trying to tell us this? 4) What other questions might I need to ask?
This postcard, designed by Harold Bird, announces an anti-suffrage meeting at the Royal Albert Hall in 1912.
Miss Davison, Daily Herald, 1914.
The Suffragette, 13 June 1913.
Peer Presentations Your cluster group will be allotted a key question in the text and informed which pages they correspond to. Your job will be to prepare a short presentation and a handout on the subject. Both are due on Friday. I will photocopy the handout after the first lesson on Friday.
The Handout Keep the handout simple – filter out the unnecessary and highlight the relevant. Include at least one source in your work. Analysis, NOPA, relevance, points of interest, etc. Finish of with the one / two key messages that you want people to take away.