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Year8HistorySchemeofWork(Overview)
StudentsinYear8begintheirstudiesinHistorywithafocusonaspectsoftheBritishEmpirewithfocusenquirieson
AmericaandIrelandaswellasthe‘ScrambleforAfrica’andthereasonsforIndianindependence.Thisisfollowedupwith
astudyoftheindustrialageinwhichstudentsaretaughtaboutthemainevents,issuesandpeopleandthelegacyofthe
ageforBritainandtheworld.Aswithotherunits,alocalhistorystudyisattachedtothisunitandstudentsaretaught
abouttheriseofLiverpoolasaworldcityinthistime.
Themesin20thCenturyHistoryarethefinalunitinthecompulsoryKeyStage3schemeofwork.Inthefinalunitstudents
considertheimportanceandlegacyofbothWorldWarsandconsidertheglobalimpactoftheUnitedStatesofAmericain
thetwentiethcentury.ThefinallocalhistoryunitlooksathowLiverpoolwasaffectedbythewarandexaminesthe
reasonsforhereconomicdeclineinthesecondhalfofthetwentiethcenturyandsubsequentredevelopmentinthe21st
century.
Curriculum Unit
Lesson
Code
Lesson Title
Learning Objective 1
Learning Objective 2
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
EMP01 What was the British
Empire?
To be able to explain what the
British Empire was
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
EMP02 How did America gain
independence from
Britain?
To be able to explain what long- To be able to explain what the
term and short-term factors led
Boston Tea Party was and why it
to Americans demanding
took place
independence
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
EMP03 What was the scramble To be able to explain what the
for Africa?
'Scramble for Africa' was
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
EMP04 Why did many Irish
people want
independence from
Britain?
To be able to explain how
To be able to recall and explain
Ireland became part of the British short-term and long-term
Empire
reasons for many Irish people
wanting independence
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
EMP05 How did Ireland
achieve
independence?
To be able to explain why
Michael Collins and Eamonn De
Valera are significant in the
history of Britain and Ireland
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
EMP06 Why did the sun set on
the British Empire?
To be able to explain how India To be able to explain why
became part of the British Empire Ghandi was such a significant
historical person
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
IND01
How did canals and
To be able to explain the
trains make Britain rich? economic reasons for the
construction of Britain's canals
To be able to explain the
economic and social impact of
the railways
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
IND02
What were working
conditions like in
Industrial Britain?
To be able to recall and explain
a range of factors associated
with working in Industrial Britain
To be able to explain how
working patterns changed in
Industrial Britain
To be able to recall and explain
key points about the British
Empire
To be able to explain why it was
difficult to maintain colonies in
Africa
To be able to explain why the
IRA was able to establish the Irish
Free State in 1922
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
IND03
What were living
conditions like in
Industrial Britain?
To be able to explain how
demographics changed in
Industrial Britain
To be able to explain why living
conditions were hazardous in
Industrial Britain
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
IND04
Why was the Public
Health Act passed?
To be able to explain why
politicians agreed to pass a
Public Health Act in 1875
To be able to explain why the
Public Health Act 1875 was so
significant
Ideas, Political Power,
Industry and Empire, Britain
1745-1901
IND05
How and when was the To be able to explain why
To be able to explain why
franchise extended?
people wanted the right to vote politicians agreed to extend the
franchise in 1832, 1867 and 1884
Challenges for Britain, Europe CHA01 What were Edwardian
and the wider world 1901 to
Values?
the present day
To be able to explain, with
examples, what 'values' are
To be able to recall and explain
some common Edwardian
values
Challenges for Britain, Europe CHA02 What was it like to fight
and the wider world 1901 to
in World War One?
the present day
To be able to explain what the
western front was and where it
was
To be able to explain, with
examples, what living and
fighting in the trenches was like
Challenges for Britain, Europe CHA03 Does World War One
and the wider world 1901 to
deserve its terrible
the present day
reputation?
To be able to suggest, with
examples, why World War One
deserves its terrible reputation
To be able to suggest, with
examples, why World War One
does not deserve its terrible
reputation
Challenges for Britain, Europe CHA04 Did Britain become a
and the wider world 1901 to
'Land fit for Heroes'?
the present day
To be able to explain, with
examples, how life in Britain
improved after World War One
To be able to explain, with
examples, how life in Britain
worsened after World War One
Challenges for Britain, Europe CHA05 Why did World War Two To be able to explain why peace To be able to explain why Britain
and the wider world 1901 to
break out?
in Europe was threatened in the declared war on Germany in
the present day
1930s
1939
Challenges for Britain, Europe CHA07 How was World War Two To be able to explain how
and the wider world 1901 to
different to World War
civilians were affected in World
the present day
One?
War Two
To be able to explain, with
support, which war was worse
for civilians
Challenges for Britain, Europe CHA09 How did World War Two To be able to explain, with
To be able to explain, with
and the wider world 1901 to
change Britain?
examples, how Britain had been examples, how the war led to
the present day
affected by World War Two
major social change in Britain
Society or issue in world
history and its
interconnections with other
world developments
WOR01 How did the USA lead
the world in the 1920s?
To be able to explain what
American society was like in the
1920s
Society or issue in world
history and its
interconnections with other
world developments
WOR02 How important was the To be able to explain what the
American economy?
Wall Street Crash was
To be able to explain why the
Wall Street Crash was so
important for the world.
Society or issue in world
history and its
interconnections with other
world developments
WOR03 Why did the USA enter
World War Two?
To be able to explain, with
support, how crucial the USA
was to the outcome of World
War 2
Society or issue in world
history and its
interconnections with other
world developments
WOR04 How important was the To be able to explain how the
USA post-WW2
USA influenced popular culture
after World War 2
To be able to explain why
America was so influential in
popular culture
Society or issue in world
history and its
interconnections with other
world developments
WOR05 How important was the To be able to explain how
USA post-WW2
American inventions and
technology have shaped the
world
To be able to explain how
American innovations have
changed life in Britain
To be able to explain why the
USA entered the war in 1941
To be able to explain how
America influenced the world in
the 1920s
Local History Study Part Three LIV15
Why was Liverpool
To be able to explain why
To be able to explain, with
attacked in World War 2 Liverpool was so heavily bombed examples, how the Blitz
in World War Two
changed Liverpool city centre
Local History Study Part Three LIV16
Why was Liverpool in
To be able to explain why
decline after World War Liverpool was less successful in
Two?
the twentieth century than the
19th century
To be able to say what
evidence we have that
Liverpool was in decline after
World War Two
Local History Study Part Three LIV17
How was Liverpool
regenerated?
To be able to explain, with
examples, how Liverpool has
changed since 1980
To be able to explain, with
examples, how Liverpool has
been regenerated