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The People’s Health History Bundle

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Large bundle of History Powerpoint Lessons all about the topic The People’s Health. This History unit contains 6 one hour lessons with associated activities.

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Large bundle of History Powerpoint Lessons all about the topic The People’s Health. This History unit contains 33 one hour lessons with associated activities.

 

The lesson packs included in this history bundle are:

Lesson 1 Intro Admin.ppt

Lesson 2 Hippocrates.ppt

Lesson 3 Roman Public Health.ppt

Lesson 4 Galen.ppt

Lesson 5 Did anyone care in the Middle Ages.ppt

Lesson 6 What were the Middle Ages like.ppt

Lesson 7 and 8 Medieval Living Conditions.ppt

Lesson 9 The Black Death.ppt

Lesson 10 Responses to The Black Death.ppt

Lesson 11 and 12 PH in Towns and Monasteries plus Q3.ppt

Lesson 13 Early Modern Context – Exam Practice.ppt

Lesson 13 Early Modern Context.ppt

Lesson 14 Early Modern Living Conditions.ppt

Lesson 15 Early Modern Plague.ppt

Lesson 16 Govt Responses to Plague.ppt

Lesson 17 Plague History Hands.ppt

Lesson 18 Local and Nation Government GIN.ppt

Lesson 19 Industrial Britain Context.ppt

Lesson 20 Industrial Conditions.ppt

Lesson 20a Industrial Conditions roundup.ppt

Lesson 21 Death and Disease.ppt

Lesson 22 Reactions to cholera.ppt

Lesson 23 Snow Bazalgette.ppt

Lesson 24 Defeat of Dirt.ppt

Lesson 25 Post 1900 Context.ppt

Lesson 26 Post 1900 Living Conditions.ppt

Lesson 27 Spanish Influenza.ppt

Lesson 28 AIDS [Autosaved].ppt

Lesson 28 AIDS.ppt

Lesson 29 Growing Government Involvement.ppt

Lesson 30 A Healthy Society.ppt

 

The history learning outcomes are:

To understand the structure of the whole course so that I can gain an overview of the chronology and themes that might come up.

To find out about Hippocrates so that I can measure the impact he has had on Medicine.

To work out how Public Health may or may not have progressed into Roman times

To gain an overview of Galen’s contribution to medicine so that I can understand what made him so

reputable.

To investigate problems in Medieval villages so that you are aware of how public health developed

during the Middle Ages.

To investigate different aspects of Medieval life so that I can place my understanding in context.

To investigate how different aspects of life affected the living conditions of different people.

To find out about the Black Death so that I can explain what they thought caused it and what actually

caused it.

To find how people dealt with the Black Death to understand whether or not it could have been further

prevented.

To understand the differences between Public Health within the Church and elsewhere in Britain.

To gain an overview the Early Modern period so that I can place my understanding in context.

To gain an overview Industrial Britain so that I can place my understanding in context.

To understand how Early Modern living conditions had changed so that I can track progress made from the Middle Ages.

To understand what happened with the Early Modern Plague so that I can evaluate how things changed.

To understand how the Government dealt with the Plague so that I can understand what was different from the Middle Ages

To use my Plague knowledge to allow me to answer an 18 mark question about change and continuity.

To understand the differences in the way that local and national government dealt with Public Health

To gain an overview Industrial Britain so that I can place my understanding in context.

To understand what people died of in Industrial Britain so that I can explain the problems people faced.

To understand how people reacted to cholera so that I am able to measure the impact it had.

To investigate Edwin Chadwick so that I can explain what impact he had on Public Health

To find out whether the changes happening at the end of the 1800s meant the end of the problems

To gain an overview of conditions after 1900 so that I can measure how much progress has been made.

To understand how epidemics affected people in the twentieth century so that I can explain how they were dealt with.

To understand how the government became more involved in Public Health so that I can measure

the impact they had.

 

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

Public Health Change Continuity

Hippocrates Four Humours Balance

Public Health Aqueducts Latrine

Galen Opposites Nervous system

Public Health Medieval Hierarchy

Feudal System Context Medieval

Housing Food Water Waste

Miasma Bubonic Pneumonic

Monasteries hygiene authorities

Housing Water Waste Environment

Plague Pneumonic Epidemic Expectancy

Government Local National Gin

Housing Water Waste Environment

Conditions Slums Cholera pollution

Media Campaign Cholera Reaction

Cholera Chadwick Reforms

Reforms Disraeli Civic Pride

Housing Water Waste Environment

Housing Food Air Inactivity

Spanish Influenza Prevention epidemic

AIDS Prevention epidemic

Government Intervention Reforms Smoking

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