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Short Term Y8 1-3

Short Term Y8 1-3



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Harris Academy South NorwoodShort Term Planning Template: Weekly Overview (3 lessons)
Subject Area: History Half Term: 2 Week Beginning: 7 Class: Year 8Title :
“How the working lives of the English people changed” 3 lessons
DifferentiationWeekly Learning ObjectivesWeekly Learning OutcomesResources
(NC Range)
Students will have an understandingof how ordinary English people livedbefore the Industrial Revolution..They will begin to understand howEnglish social classes developed inthe Tudor age.They will understand some reasons whyBritain moved from a domestic industryeconomy to a manufactory economy. Attempt questions 1-3 on page 81 (IPM)..Attempt questions 1 and 2 on page 37 (RRR)Attempt questions 1 and 2 on p15 (IRE)
“Invasion, Plagueand Murder” (Wilkes)pp 80-81“Renaissance, Revolutionand Reformation” (Wilkes)pp34-37“Industry, Reform andEmpire” (Wilkes)pp12-15
(NC Range)
Above and they will be able to expressempathetically what they think anEnglish villein would have felt abouttheir lives and those who ruled.Above and will be able to explain howthe rising middle class grew from thedevelopment in trade and mercantilism. Above and be able to describe thereactions of spinners and weavers tothe changes.Above and write a detailed day in the life of anEnglish villein using pages 80 and 81. May beginthe next two pages about life in a MedievalEnglish town pp 82-83 (IPM)Above and complete question 2c in paragraphs.As above and complete questions 1 and 2, butanswering a paragraph for 1b about the threatsto John Kay’s life. p15 (IRE)
“Invasion, Plagueand Murder” (Wilkes)pp80-83“Renaissance, Revolutionand Reformation” (Wilkes)pp34-37“Industry, Reform andEmpire” (Wilkes) pp12-15
(NC Range)
Above and they will understand howEngland was becoming more urbanisedby the end of the Middle Ages. How thedifferences between the lives of villeinsand townspeople were quite significant.Above and will be able to explain how the1601 Poor Law was a culmination inattempts to solve the problem of theAbove and be able to describe
the processof producing and marketing woolAbove and answer qs 1-5 on p83 (IPM) – includingnotes on the types of trades, crafts and guildsthat there were. Describe guilds.Above and answer extension question set byteacher in light of progress e.g. ‘Why did thedivisions between rich and poor grow?’ bringing in:enclosure, wool demand and sheep grazing,Dissolution of Monasteries, barons’ armies beingdisbanded etcAnswer q 2 in detail (P15 IRE)
“Invasion, Plagueand Murder” (Wilkes)pp80-83“Renaissance, Revolutionand Reformation” (Wilkes)pp34-37“Industry, Reform andEmpire” (Wilkes) pp12-15

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