The Oxford KS3 history course contains core study textbooks and accompanying interactive whiteboard activity CD-ROMs, supplemented by a new series of depth study titles which extend learning onto new topics in more detail. All of the depth studies are accompanied by separate teacher support guides, which provide ready-made lesson extension resources. This pack provides extra activity ideas to support lessons on topics covering the contribution made by various
immigrants and ethnic groups to British history, and their impact on British culture and tradition. Material is matched to the topics covered within the accompanying student book, and so can be used as they stand or can be easily adapted to follow-on from tasks used from the book during class time. Material
is provided in easy to adapt Word format on the CD-ROM, together with simple interactive exercises and powerpoint presentations.
Stuart Ferguson is an experienced history teacher and currently Deputy Headteacher at Castle High School, Dudley.
WHY DO WE STUDY IMMIGRATION? ; WHO WERE BRITAIN'S EARLIEST IMMIGRANTS ; JEWISH IMMIGRATION ; WHY DO PEOPLE COME TO BRITAIN? ; BLACK IMMIGRATION ; WHAT IS BRITISHNESS? ; HOW HAS IMMIGRATION BEEN PORTRAYED ON TV? ; SOUTH ASIAN IMMIGRATION ; HOW HAS IMMIGRATION CHANGED BRITAIN? ; WHY IS IMMIGRATION SUCH A CONTROVERSIAL SUBJECT? ; SHOULD IMMIGRATION BE STOPPED? (2)