2The Era of the Great War, 1910–1928 Changing Britain,Finish by October 2013The Era of the Great War, 1910–1928Finish by February2014Free at Last? Civil Rights in the USA, 1918–1968Finish by May 2014
3Changing Britain 1760-1900 Health and housing Industry — textile factories and coal minesTransport — canals and railwaysPressure for democratic reform up to 1867
4The Era of the Great War, 1910–1928 Scots on the Western FrontDomestic impact of war: society and cultureDomestic impact of war: industry and economyDomestic impact of war: politics
5Free at Last? Civil Rights in the USA, 1918–1968 The ‘Open Door’ policy and immigration, to 1928‘Separate but equal’, to 1939Civil rights campaigns, 1945–64The ghettos and black American radicalism
6Practicalities: You will need Pen, pencil, ruler, eraser, hands, eyes, mouth, ears and brain!One large folderPoly pockets to keep your work organisedEvery worksheet and written piece of work numbered and in orderTitle pages as we go alongGlossary pages in the back for keywordsTo revisit your work every week – put in an hour revision of class-work every week.
7Top students read around the subjects we study Our classroom protocols....Have a positive attitudeHave a willingness to work hard to get the highest qualification you can getWeekly homework!Catch up on any work you miss – this is your responsibility not your teachers!Top students read around the subjects we study
8Remember...Good learners practice how to get unstuck Put the effort in, get the top grades out If you are finding things difficult that’s great! It means learning is taking place!