This is a detailed PowerPoint that outlines industrialisation and social change.
There are different ways in which this could be used in lesson. One idea is to ask students to work in groups to create a timeline of events relating
to the family and industrialisation. It could also be printed off before the lesson so that on arriving, students are given one slide of the PowerPoint.
In silence they must then organise themselves into a meaningful sequence of events. The last slide provides students with an example essay question
that could be set as a homework task to consolidate learning:
Discover More A Level Sociology the Family and History
For students requiring a little extra support, the following website has a simplified version of some of the material pertaining to this topic:
Discover More A simplified version of Sociology, the Family and History
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