Chronology

Cultural, ethnic and religious diversity

 

Change & Continuity

Causation

Significance

Interpretation

 

5. The spread and impact of cholera on Britain in the 19th Century. Pupils will be asked to investigate the spread and cause of Cholera.

 

Formal Assessment

Independent Enquirer

 

5b. To what extent does the Jack the Ripper case reflect the social and economic conditions of late 19th Century London?

 

Self Managers

Reflective Learners

 

1.      Was there really an Industrial Revolution between 1750-1900?

 

Effective Participants

 

2. The role of the entrepreneur and technical innovation in triggering the Industrial Revolution

 

Creative Thinkers

Team Worker

 

4. How significant was King Coal to the Industrial Revolution.

 

Effective Participants

 

3.      How were the lives of children affected by the Industrial Revolution?

 

Formal Source-based Assessment.

Independent Enquirer

Reflective Learners

 

5. Appeasement and the path to WW2. A study of the events leading to the outbreak of war in 1939.

 

Effective Participants

 

1b. Ethnic and cultural divisions at the heart of Europe fuelling tensions that led to WW1. Independent Enquirer

 

 

6. Nazi treatment of minorities (focus on Holocaust).

Independent Enquirer

 

 

2. The changing nature of conflict in the early 20th Century (trench warfare).

 

Formal Assessment Independent Enquirer

Self Managers

 

 

 

 

 

1.      The events leading to the outbreak of WW1.

Team Worker

 

4. The significance of key individuals and political ideologies in the mid-20th Century.

 

Creative Thinkers

 

 

3. Was the Treaty of Versailles a just peace settlement that would secure long-term peace in Europe?

Creative Thinkers

Team Worker

 

7. Why did the USA drop the Atomic bomb on Japan?

Independent Enquirer

 

Britain 1750-1900 (1Terms)

 

20th Century World (2 Terms)

 

Teach these topics in chronological order where possible. Use Schoolhistory.co.uk and my website mrbright.co.uk for additional resources. If the following applies:

 

If the class has 2 lessons split between 2 teachers then take one unit each.

If the class has 3 lessons split between 2 teachers then the teacher with 2 lessons teaches Twentieth Century World.

For details on splits and staffing see attached table.