India - Pictures of the Past - KS3

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.

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Key Questions

Learning Objectives

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KS3
History

Why was the 60th anniversary of the partition of India and Pakistan marked in the UK in 2007?

Use ICT to research information about the past, process historical data, and select, categorise, organise and present their findings.

Key Stage 3 Teacher's Notes
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Activity sheet - Web Quest
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KS3
History

What was the relationship between the British and the Punjab?

Appreciate and evaluate the role of archives in preserving, presenting and influencing people's attitudes towards the past.

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

Key Stage 3 Teacher's Notes
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Britain and the Punjab Factsheet
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Punjabis in the British Army Factsheet
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KS3
History

What can different sources tell us about partition?

Understand how historians and others form interpretations.

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

Key Stage 3 Teacher's Notes
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Views of Partition Factsheet
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Punjab: Moving Journeys Factsheet
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Activity Sheet - Different Sources
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KS3
History

What are the views on partition by people today?

Explore how the specific Punjabi communities in England interpret their histories.

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

Key Stage 3 Teacher's Notes
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Punjab: Moving Journeys Factsheet
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Activity Sheet - Produce your own interviews
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KS3
History

Partition and the Punjab: How would you present this on the web?

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 Teacher's Notes
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Activity sheet - Planning your webpage
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