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This year we have studied Industrial Revolution and slavery and we talked a lot about kids that worked in those times. Now, do you really believe that child labour does not exist anymore? First, pay attention to this definition from … Continue reading
The Chimney Sweeper Let´s read the poem and analyse it in deep!! When my mother died I was very young, And my father sold me while yet my tongue Could scarcely cry ” ‘weep! ‘weep! ‘weep! ‘weep!” So your chimneys … Continue reading
Let´s have a look at the terms first!! Flas cards Read the term and the definition Then, when you are pretty sure you have understood them, click on LEARN and check yourself!! Later, click on TEST and leave a comment saying … Continue reading
Read about this man Source 1 Source 2 Who was he? What does “Bantu” mean? (Search for this on the Internet if necessary) What calls your attention about his life? Apartheid Read about this movement. -What did it consist in? -Write … Continue reading
Interactive Map A clear explanation
Alice in Wonderland will be on at the cinema soon. Prepare a movie poster!! Follow this link: http://bighugelabs.com/poster.php and convince everyone that they must see this movie!!
Child labor was really important during the Industrial Revolution and helped Britain to become an Empire. Do you agree? Source: http://www.victorianweb.org/history/hist8.html Some testimonies Plan your writing: -Introduction: state your idea and opinion. -Body (2-3 paragraphs) Give reasons and evidence -Conclusion: re-state … Continue reading
The children who built Victorian Britain Watch these 3 videos and take notes regarding: -Children working in factories. Where were kids taken from? -Working conditions. Why can we say they were treated as slaves? -your feelings about this. -Any other … Continue reading
After your History presentations in which you spoke about Elizabeth and how she built her reputation as a powerful and strog Queen, an interesting question came up: Wa Elizabeth happy with her life? Did she regret no marrying? not having kids? … Continue reading