Designed to supplement classroom learning or to provide weekly homework tasks, this ready to print and distribute booklet builds explicit links between slavery, colonialism and the Industrial Revolution. Within it, students will gain a global perspective of how the aforementioned 3 elements mutually propagated the rise and increased perception of necessity of the other.
The 52 pages of content comes complete with alternating, but interrelated topics that have been developed for middle year's students vocabulary and skill proficiencies in mind. The document has been provided in its original, Word form so as to allow for altering on a needs basis.
Alternating between skill and content development, the unit of work provides for easy self and teacher assessment and similarly offers extension work for eager learners.
Developing understandings of image analysis, question analysis and the use of task words most commonly found on senior history exams, the unit offers students a digestible breakdown of what can be a confusing time period.
**School Logo will need to be supplemented on front page - original is left for reference as to where it can be placed**