Industrial Britain: The Workshop of the World (Cambridge History Programme Key Stage 3)
By: Chris Steer (author), Christine Counsell (author)Paperback
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An investigative history course directly accessible to all pupils at Key Stage 3. Each book provides teachers with all the material they require to develop fully their pupils' historical knowledge, skills and understanding.
Introduction: The Great Exhibition; OVERVIEW: THE WORKSHOP OF THE WORLD: 1. Population growth and urbanisation; 2. Changes in farming; 3. The birth of the factory; 4. Iron, coal and steam; 5. Canals, roads and railways; 6. A worldwide Empire; 7. A trading nation; OVERVIEW: CHANGES IN SOCIETY: 8. Child labour in mills and mines; 9. Winners and losers; 10. Squalor and splendour; 11. Religion; 12. On the move; 13. The role of women; 14. Growing up; 15. The real world of work?; OVERVIEW: POWER AND AUTHORITY: 16. Power and the people; 17. The Peterloo Massacre; 18. The Great Reform Act; 19. The Chartists; The legacy of industrialisation; Attainment target grid; Index.
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