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Organised trip to the SSGB

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passenger artefacts, diaries and other primary resources

Resources

Ch. to reveal their passengers in a short presentation to the class.

(NB) Opportunities to further highlight the differences between 1st class passengers, 2nd class passengers and steerage

Workshop:

In groups of 5 or 6, ch.  to study a range of artefacts, diary extracts and other primary resources (Provided by the SSGB Education Centre) Using  the clues provided, ch to build up a character profile of a passenger on board the SSGB. The profile should include personal details  (age, sex, occupation, class, appearance etc) aswell as any interesting experiences or  difficulties the passenger encountered.

Trip to SS Great Britain.

Audio tour of the ship which gives a comprehensive insight into what life on board the ship would have been like for 1st class passengers, 2nd class passengers and steerage.

Museum walk. A historical timeline of the ship whereby ch. get to find out about the changing roles, voyages and difficulties encountered.

Ch to think/pair and share 3 questions about the ship that they think they’ll be able to find out the answer to during the trip

1) What was it like being a passenger on board the SS Great Britain?

2)Were all passengers treated the same on board the SS Great Britain?

Plenary/

Assessment

Elli Based

Activity

Whole class teaching

Connecting Activity

Focus Question

ELLI

Curiosity

Meaning Making

Changing

Resilience

Strategic Awareness

Creativity

Learning Relationships

SUBJECT    HISTORY

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