A guide to planning and creating graphic panels and stories with your students, inspired by revolutionary people and events.
A simple guide to introducing the Age of Revolution to you students and linking some of the extraordinary people, ideas and events to their own lives today
Student use their enquiry skills to match the label to the correct image, and identify how the object, person, event or idea impacts their lives today.
From the men, women and children who resisted their enslavement, to the campaigners who fought for its abolition, use a range of sources to find out who fought for the abolition of slavery and some of the tactics they used.
From the millions of African men, women and children stolen from their homelands and transported to the Americas, to those moving from rural Britain to the newly industrialised towns and cities, explore the pushes and pulls on the people of the Age of Revolution.
Explore the inventions and discoveries that changed the way people travelled in the early 1800s and assess their impact on people’s lives.
Interrogate banners, posters, songs and more to find out how and why workers of the past protested, and whether their demands were met.
What might the Waterloo teeth have to say? What questions might they ask the students..?
Historical enquiries for all ages exploring the Age of Revolution – from transport, the industrial revolution and Captain Cook’s shopping list, to campaigns, protests, revolutionary ideas and the French revolution.
Use these guides to make the most of our Revolutionary collection across the curriculum with students of all ages.