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Unit 6: British Social Study: How much has British Society changed 1900-Today?

Focus 1: Women

Lesson 1: Women 1900-1939

   Lesson 2: Women 1939-1975

Sources for task 1

How much

change worksheet

  Lesson 3: Women 1975 - Today

Focus 2: teenagers

Lesson 4: Children in the war years

Sources for tasks

   Lesson 5: Teenagers 1950s

Highlight Task

   Lesson 6: Teenagers 1960s

Adverts Task

   Lesson 7: Teenagers 1970 onwards: Mods, Rockers & Teddy Boys


Angry Teens Task

Focus 3: Creation of the Welfare State

   Lesson 8: How poor was Britain in 1900?

   Lesson 9: What were the Liberal Reforms?


How effective sheet


Extra National Ins. info

   Lesson 10: How did Britain become a welfare state

   Lesson 11: What was the role of the NHS?

Focus 4: Immigration - Race, Riots & Protest

   Lesson 12: Who emigrated and why?

Windrush Sources

Blank Map

   Lesson 13: What was the experience of the immigrants in Britain?

   Lesson 14: How did the British people react to the immigrants?

   Lesson 15: What was the Political response to the immigrants?

Extracts of Rivers

of Blood Speech

   Lesson 16: What impact did Immigrants have on Britain?

   Lesson 17: Race Riots & Protest - was Britain broken?

Social Study

Knowlege Organiser

Focus 5: How has education in Britain changed in the 20th Century?

   Lesson 18: What has education looked like across the century?

Photographs within this lesson used from local historian Bryan Howling's history of Terrington school. Greatly appreciated.

KEY Website: Our Migration Story: The story of immigration to Britain from Romans to Today

Unit 2: Causes and events of WWI

Lesson 1: Long & Short Term causes of WWI

Lesson 2: Recruitment, Conscription & Consciencious Objecting

WWI Knowledge Organiser

Lesson 3: Life in the trenches

Weapons of WWI

Lesson 4: Battle of the Somme - Were lions led by donkeys?

Lesson 5: War in the air and at sea

Lesson 6: The homefront and the end of WWI

Key WWI information - Read carefully

Unit 3: Rise of the Dictators & Causes of WW2

Lesson 1: Russian Revolution

Lesson 2: What did Europe look like after WWI? And Treaty of Versailles

Lesson 3: Rise of Dictators - How similar were Stalin and Hitler?

Lesson 4: Appeasement & the trigger for WW2

Unit 4: Events of WW2 & The Homefront

Lesson 1: Tactics of WW2 - Blitzkrieg

  Lesson 2: How did Britain win the Battle of Britain?

  Lesson 3: Was there really a 'Blitz Spirit' during the Blitz?

Lesson 4: D Day Normandy Landings (Some upsetting scenes)

Unit 4: Persecution of Jews, minorities and the Holocaust

Lesson 1: Introduction the Holocaust

Lesson 2: Jewish Persecution

Lesson 3: Other Minorities

Lesson 4: Ghettos to Final Solution

Lesson 5: Auschwitz

Lesson 6: Liberation to Nuremberg

Flags for Versailles task

Unit 1: What was the Suffragette movement & was it successful?

WW2 / Holocaust Knowledge Organiser

Mr Modica's Hitler / Stalin comparison table complete

Why did Britain win task sheet

Blitz Spirit Information Page

Unit 5: Cold War - Life in the Nuclear Age

Lesson 1: Why did America drop the Atomic bomb on Japan?



Further class time given to discussions, thinking about bystanders, perpetrators, collaborators et al

Cold War

Knowlege Organiser

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Lesson 1: Suffragettes & Suffragists - What did they want?

Arguments for / against sheet

Lesson 2: What did the Suffragettes do?

Blank sources sheet

Lesson 3: Did Emily Davison commit suicide at the Derby in 1913?