Cunning Plan 114: building overview understanding of 19th-century social history


By Christine Counsell, published 1st March 2004

This five-lesson sequence gradually builds overview understanding of aspects of 19th century social history through a depth study of the campaigner and reformer, Josephine Butler. Through the sequence, pupils build on earlier work on historical significance, first, by reviewing their understanding of the huge range of reasons why things get judged significant; and second, by focusing closely upon one, new, specific criterion: the extent to which an event or person might be judged historically revealing.

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