China - Snapshots in Time - KS 3

This theme supports the key stage 3 history curriculum. Please refer to the Teacher's Notes for suggestions on how to use the resources. Please note that this area of the site is under construction and is currently being updated with new resources.

Level

Key Questions

Learning Objectives

Resources

 

KS3
History

Why is there a historical collection of photographs of China at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)?

To appreciate and evaluate the role of archives in preserving, presenting and influencing peoples attitudes towards the past.

Key Stage 3 Teachers Notes
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The Society Archives Factsheet
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Activity sheet - The 5 W's
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Gallery

KS3
History

Who was Isabella Bird Bishop?

To understand the diverse experiences and ideas, beliefs and attitudes of men, women and children in past societies and how these have shaped the world.

To use ICT to research information about the past, process historical data and select, categorise, organize and present their findings.

Key Stage 3 Teachers Notes
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Biography of Isabella Bird Bishop Fact Sheet
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Views of Isabella Bird Bishop Factsheet
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Activity Sheet - The life of Isabella Bird Bishop Storyboard
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Gallery

KS3
History

What was the cultural revolution and what impact did it have on people?

To understand how historians and others form interpretations.

To understand why historians and others have interpreted events, people and situations in different ways through a range of media.

Consider the significance of events, people and developments in their historical context and in the present day.

 

Key Stage 3 Teachers Notes
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Recent history timeline Factsheet
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Cultural Revolution Factsheet
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Bound Feet Fact Sheet
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Jung Changs Cultural Revolution Factsheet
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Madoudou
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I Spy Made in China Activity Sheet
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Gallery

KS3
History

What are the views of the Chinese Community in London?

Explore how the Chinese in London interpret historic photographs of China.

Key Stage 3 Teachers Notes
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Seeing China: Views of a community Factsheet
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Activity Sheet -
Comparing Views [Word][Pdf]

KS3
History

Seeing China - Whats your view?

Identify, select and use a range of historical sources, including textual, visual and oral sources.

Explore the ways in which the past has helped shape identities, shared cultures, values and attitudes today.

Key Stage 3 Teachers Notes
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Activity sheet - Guidelines on creating your exhibition
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