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What makes someone become an icon?


Teaching Plan KS3, Samuel Ward Arts and Technology College, Haverhill, Suffolk 

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Lesson 1: What makes someone significant?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:For pupils to create a definition of...

Lesson 2: What were the impacts of the slave trade?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:To access students' prior knowledge...

Lesson 3: William Wilberforce: The man who changed history?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:For all students to be able to describe...

Lesson 4: Should history remember William Wilberforce as the man who changed history?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:For all pupils to use primary source...

Lasson 5: Did Wilberforce force the Slave Trade to end in 1807?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:For all students to be able to describe...

Lesson 6: Why did nine men try to kill Thomas Clarkson in 1787?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:To consolidate students' prior learning...

Lesson 7: How significant was Clarkson in the fight to abolish the Slave Trade?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:To deepen pupils understanding from...

Lesson 8: Who was the most significant abolitionist?
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives:For all students to be able to describe...

Lesson 9: Do the Wright family of Haverhill deserve to have their own stamp?
Concepts and Terms: Significance Objectives:For all pupils to engage with...

Lesson 10: Who was MOST significant against the slave trade; Wilberforce. Clarkson or Wright?
Concepts and Terms: Significance Objectives:For all pupils to plot the...

ASSESSMENT
Concepts and Terms: SignificanceObjectives: Assess students...

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