This is a slideshow presentation of some of the art of William Hogarth, paired with a student worksheet that should be completed while they view the slides. The purpose of this lesson is to understand the political and social climate of England in the early to mid-century of the 1700s. The lesson can be used to discuss society's division of classes and/or the roles of females, by interpreting a popular artist of the time. William Hogarth's art often critiqued the morality of the English during this time (from early to mid 18th century). This worksheet and activity can be a nice change of pace and usually students enjoy doing the work. There are 12 slides and a 2-page worksheet to respond to. Class discussions should come naturally when viewing and discussing the art. The subject matter requires a certain level of maturity of students. Will probably take up two class periods.