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Slave Trade & Civil Rights Movement History Bundle

Original price was: £21.60.Current price is: £15.12. inc. VAT

Large bundle of History Powerpoint Lessons all about the topic Slave Trade & Civil Rights Movement. This History unit contains 9 one hour lessons with associated activities.

Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.
Original price was: £2.40.Current price is: £1.68.

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Large bundle of History Powerpoint Lessons all about the topic Slave Trade & Civil Rights Movement. This History unit contains 9 one hour lessons with associated activities.

 

The lesson packs included in this history bundle are:

Lesson 1 – Why did the Slave trade begin.ppt

Lesson 2 – How were Africans bought into slavery.ppt

Lesson 3 – What happened on slave plantations.ppt

Lesson 4 – Why did slavery end.ppt

Lesson 5 – Did ending slavery end segregation.ppt

Lesson 6 – How did people protest against segregation.ppt

Lessons 7 How did segregation affect children.ppt

Lessons 8 What did discrimination look like around the world.ppt

Lessons 9 Has discrimination been tackled.ppt

 

The history learning outcomes are:

  • Explain the involvement of Britain within the slave trade.
  • Evaluate which method of capture allowed most slaves to be caught.
  • Investigate life on the slave plantations.
  • Examine the factors contributing to the end of slavery
  • Were slaves truly emancipated In America after the Civil War?
  • Was the Bus Boycott entirely successful?
  • To work out, using evidence, how life was different for people in the past
  • What does ‘Journey to Jo’burg’ tell us about Apartheid in South Africa?
  • Has Martin Luther King’s ‘Dream’ been achieved?

 

The history key terms covered include but are not limited to:

Captive, Prisoner, Superiority

Pillage, Capture, Kidnap

Revolutionise, Cotton, Punishment

Factor, Abolition, Actions

Emancie, Discrimination, Jim Crow Laws

Dignity, Protest, Segregation

Critical, Analysis, Boycott

Superior, Apartheid, Journey to Jo’burg

Resolution, Legacy, Discrimination, Racism

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