Unit 3: ‘Things are more stable when different elements are in the correct or best possible proportions.’

 

Unit 3 Knowledge Questions

Revise the following for the Knowledge Test

  1. When did the Romans FIRST invade Britain?
  2. Who was their leader?
  3. What did the Romans call London?
  4. In what year did the Romans leave Britain?
  5. Where did Anglo-Saxons come from?
  6. Where did the Viking invaders come from?
  7. What 3 leaders wanted the English throne in 1066?
  8. What was the famous battle that happened just before the Battle of Hastings?
  9. On what hill was the Battle of Hastings, 1066, fought?
  10. Who won the Battle of Hastings in 1066?
  11. When was the first Crusade?
  12. When did King John sign the Magna Carta?
  13. What does Magna Carta mean in English?
  14. Who was the first Tudor Monarch King?
  15. How many wives did Henry VIII Have?
  16. In what order did Henry VIII children rule?
  17. When did the Spanish Armada try to invade England?
  18. When did the English civil War begin?
  19. Which king had his head chopped off?
  20. Who ruled England after the King was executed?

unit 3

Key terms: Refugee, Asylum seeker, Immigrant, emigrant, economic migrant, emigrate, emigration, immigration, internal migrant, rural to urban migration, push and pull factors, political, social, economic, environmental, interpretation.

Home Learning Tasks:

By week 2: I have completed research about the who, where, when, what, why of the migration story for the migrant group. I have also found 1-2 accounts about how the migrant group has been treated.

By week 3: I have identified the positive and negative impact of this migration to Britain on a range of people. I have categorised the impact of this migration (PSE).

By week 4: I have written, in my book, the first completed draft of my historical migration story meeting the expectations outlined on the criteria.

By week 5: I have written up in my book, displaying high levels of excellence, and submitted my historical migration story meeting all expectations outlined on the criteria.

All Home Learning activities for this unit can be accessed here. CLICK ME

Session 1-2

Resources to help you research your migrant group

Immigrant group Resources
Roman immigration 1st Century AD Use any resources you can including the Internet and the Library. The following is a good starting point:  http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/ancient-rome/the-romans-in-britain/
Jewish immigration 11th Century onwards Use any resources you can including the Internet and the Library. The following is a good starting point: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_England
Huguenot immigration 18th Century Use any resources you can including the Internet and the Library. The following is a good starting point: http://www.bbc.co.uk/legacies/immig_emig/england/london/article_1.shtml
Irish immigration 19th Century Use any resources you can including the Internet and the Library. The following is a good starting point: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_migration_to_Great_Britain
Commonwealth immigration 20th Century Use any resources you can including the Internet and the Library. The following is a good starting point: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/citizenship/brave_new_world/immigration.htm
Also try: http://www.migrationwatchuk.org/Briefingpaper/document/48 and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_immigration_to_Great_Britain

Session 3-4

Master Class 1: Push and Pull factors behind immigration

Master Class 2: Historical Interpretations 

 

Session 5-6

Self and Peer Assessment Criteria:

Use the checklist below to help you to gather what you need in order to produce your historical migration story. This is your ongoing Home Learning activity. Each week we will check what you have done and provide guidance on what to do next.

Checklist: – What to include in your historical migration story P S T
A range of sentences using a range of techniques e.g. alliteration, punctuation, metaphor, quotes, speech and rhetorical questions for example
Push factors  – a few reasons why they migrated from the country of origin
Pull factors – explain what attracted them to England
Key words – social, political, economic, environmental, immigrant, migrant, migration, refugee, asylum, push and pull factors.
Description of the route – how did they get to the UK? How far did they have to travel? Was it dangerous.  This could be an illustration.  
Further explanation e.g. if there was a war, when, why & how did it happen
Links to Geography – connect this historical migration story to the story you are writing in Geography. Are any of these historical experiences similar to your own?
Maps and an illustration – include a map using google maps to show the route and location of the country you are describing.  Include an artefact from that country and historical period.
ICT is used carefully – size 11 arial font, (size 12 and bold for the title). make a record of any websites/sources you use.
Extra challenge
An evaluation of the long term impact on Britain as a result of this historical migration  

 

 

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