The Industrial Revolution, Lesson 8: 'How was public health improved?'

The Industrial Revolution, Lesson 8: 'How was public health improved?'
The Industrial Revolution, Lesson 8: 'How was public health improved?'
The Industrial Revolution, Lesson 8: 'How was public health improved?'
The Industrial Revolution, Lesson 8: 'How was public health improved?'
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Students learn about the work of four key individuals who tackled the problems created by the industrial revolution. They learn about one individual in detail, extract key evidence, complete a matrix activity with 3 other students and score their key person based on the evidence given about how well they improved living conditions. After exchanging evidence they then score all 4 individuals before making a judgement as to who was the key individual. The more able students can use this opportunity to develop their GCSE skills and incorporate counterarguments. As always there are high quality resources and step by step instructions
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10 pages
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1 hour
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