Large bundle of History Powerpoint Lessons all about the topic Industrial Revolution. This History unit contains 9 one hour lessons with associated activities.
The lesson packs included in this history bundle are:
Lesson 1 – What was life like in 1750.ppt
Lesson 2 – How did the Industrial Revolution change Britain.ppt
Lesson 3 – What was it like to work in the Industrial Revolution.ppt
Lesson 4 – Who had the worst job in the Industrial Revolution.ppt
Lesson 5 – Why did Bristol need a bridge.ppt
Lesson 6 – What was Brunel’s legacy.ppt
Lesson 7 – How did people live in the Industrial Revolution.ppt
Lesson 8 – How was London cleaned up.ppt
Lesson 9 – How did Jack the Ripper get away with murder.ppt
The history learning outcomes are:
- How did England change between 1750-1900?
- Explain how England moved from a domestic to a factory system.
- Evaluate which industry would have been worse to work in, as a child.
- Why were the working lives of Victorians so difficult?
- Evaluate why Bristol needed a bridge
- Describe 3 key features of the Clifton Suspension Bridge
- Why were conditions in the Industrial Revolution so poor?
- Had l’aissez faire disappeared by the end of the Industrial Revolution?
- What circumstances in London in 1888 allowed Jack the Ripper to commit the crimes he did?
The history key terms covered include but are not limited to:
Contextualise, Change, Interpretation
Domestic, Factory, Industrial
Reform, System, Children, Labour
Emerge, Jobs, Bridge
Bequest, Suspension Bridge
Span, Workings, Architecture
Agriculture, Farming, Distilling
Abandon, L’aissez Faire, Classism
Circumstance, Jack the Ripper, Murder