How can we explore
local World War One
history by bike?
What are your expectations
for this project?
Important:
• New Letters needed (date
revisions) + trip permission
• FSM
Project Fortnight Aims
and Outcomes
Content
We will learn about local WW1 history and
how we can use bikes to explore this...
Project Fortnight
Big Picture
Our task is to research local world war one
history and design a high quality professional
b...
What does centenary mean?
1914-1918 (100 years)
Day 1 Learning Outcomes
Content
Explore WW1 history and begin to look at
how it affected the Cramlington area. We
will beg...
Week Planner
Project Fortnight Timetable
Destination 1 Tuesday Week 1:
Cramlington
Destination 2 Thursday Week 1:
Coastal route to Seaton Sluice and
Blyth Battery
Destination 3 – Friday
Week 1: Local Pits
Destination 4 : Monday Week 2
– Newcastle (by bus)
Destination 5 : Tuesday
Week 2 – Tynemouth
Destination 6 –
Thursday Week 2
• Newcastle Quayside
Project OutcomeProject Outcome
A high quality tourist information booklet with cycle map –
showing trails for local world ...
Map Critique
• What is good?
• What could be improved?
• Last year’s model.
• This year’s model.
Positive
•Infographic
•Ac...
World War One Graffiti
Gallery
• Annotate the images with
any facts/ideas/information
you know about what the
images show.
World War One Lesson
• Complete your mind map as
we cover key content of
World War One, before we
look at how it affected ...
“The war to end all
wars”
“It’ll be over by
Christmas”
VIDEO –
1. Write down adjectives to describe
the experience of war based on
these images and audio.
2. Why did ordinary yo...
The Great War
the details
Deaths during World
War One (1914-18)
• Russia - 1,700,000
• France - 1,357,800
• Britain - 908,371
• Germany - 1,773,700
...
Guess the flags of the countries involved in alliances before
World War One (in 1914)
A B C
D E F
Countries: Italy Austria...
A B C
D E F
Britain France Germany
Austria - Hungary Italy Russia
The Triple Alliance Vs The Triple Entente
Britain
France
Russia
Germany
Austria - Hungary
Italy
Causes of World War
One
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
What do YOU think these
words mean?
Causes
M
A
I
N
ilitarism
lliances
mperialism
ationalism
Building up your armed forces.
Getting ready for war.
Agreements o...
What does this cartoon show about
how and why WW1 started?
Horrible Histories video
Task
1. First read about life in the
Trenches for soldiers (aim for
10 things on your mind map)
2. If it was so terrible w...
Read through and underline reasons why the lads might have volunteered.
Michael Quinn, my
Great uncle
Died December 25th
1916
John Quinn, my Great
uncle
Died 6th
November 1918
Martin Quinn, my
G...
WW1 and the local area
• How did Cramlington contribute and
how was the Northumberland area
affected?
• See the images for...
WW1 and the local area
• Your time to research
Task 1: We need to find local
sites of interest for WW1
that we could cycle...
Research Resources
• BBC World War One North East Sound Files:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01p34ls
• (excellent bookl...
Afternoon
• Letters
• Log Trips
• Practicalities
• Tuesday Prep
All about bikes…
• Why do you cycle?
• Where do you cycle?
• Why is cycling a good thing?
• Who do you cycle with?
• What ...
Success Criteria…
• Bike shops, phone numbers
• More images, less written info
• Map needs to be large enough
• Detail, st...
Cycling Trip Preparation
• Task 1:
Design your perfect bag to
pack everything you might
need for a medium/long
distance bi...
Cycling Trip Preparation
• Task 2:
Watch the following video
and make a note of all the
possible hazards and
dangers of wh...
Skills and Roles
• From what you have heard so
far, what could you offer?
• What are you good at?
• What skills do you hav...
Our Progress Wall…
Key Resources: Sustrans
Website and Scribble Maps
Anything else?
Task 1: Find the project blog and
follow the link to the ...
Key Resources: Sustrans
Website and Scribble Maps
Extension:
Map Challenge 1:
1. Using the Sustrans map feature, find
Cram...
Day Two - Connect
• Which destinations did you
look at yesterday?
• What difficulties did
experience in plotting the
route?
Project Fortnight
Big Picture
Anything else?
Our task is to research the local history and
geography and design a high qua...
Jobs to do for the Map
(Deadline p4 today!)
• Summarising text for local historical and
geographical sites (Jake, Alex B, ...
Day 2 Learning Outcomes
Content
Process
Benefit
Success Criteria for a
successful ‘Pathfinding’ trip
• Locate Pits/Sights of
historical+geographical interest.
• Find loca...
Expectations for Journeys
• Correct Kit
• Bike in order (ABC+DE)
• Safety on journey
• “All or none” rule
•
•
•
Annotate your map…
• Sights of historical and
geographical interest
• Warnings
• Colour coded routes (on and
off road)
• A...
Cramlington area of
the map
• On area of the map will be
the history and geography
of the area we explored
today.
• We hav...
Cramlington blurb
success criteria
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ride 1 – Scribble Map
challenge
• Create and save a scribble
map for today’s ride – make
a note of pits/sights we
passed o...
Day 3 – Connect: Local
History and Geography
Graffiti Gallery
• Write around the images
around the room any
facts/ideas/in...
Learning Outcomes:
Day 3
Content
We will learn about local geography and
history of this area.
Process
We will use website...
Cycle Map: Planning
Sheet
Complete the planning sheet for our
FINAL PRODUCT.
Task: Return to example map:
What sections wi...
Cycle Map: Research
Task
Based on the research area you were
given on Monday (e.g.Waggonways)
You need to use the internet...
Areas for Research
• Cramlington Pits
• Waggonways (history of) (Waggonways) Callum
• Northumberlandia
• Blyth Battery
• C...
Success Criteria for
Research
• High quality image
• Summary notes – to the point
(concise)
• No waffle
• Key Dates and Na...
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
Project Introduction- World War One on a bike
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Project Introduction- World War One on a bike

  1. 1. How can we explore local World War One history by bike? What are your expectations for this project?
  2. 2. Important: • New Letters needed (date revisions) + trip permission • FSM
  3. 3. Project Fortnight Aims and Outcomes Content We will learn about local WW1 history and how we can use bikes to explore this. Process Will research local WW1 history using a variety of sources, we will plan and track bike routes which allow us to explore this. Benefit The end product will be a professional booklet with map routes and information about the site we have discovered and more, which will be sold at Exhibition Day to encourage others to do the same.
  4. 4. Project Fortnight Big Picture Our task is to research local world war one history and design a high quality professional booklet, with map, to show people how they can easily and safely explore this by bike. In order to do this we will carry out map work, research and preparation in school but also partake in bike trips that will become routes on our map at the end of the fortnight. We will also aim to encourage to take more of an active interest in local world war one history and the benefits of cycling.
  5. 5. What does centenary mean? 1914-1918 (100 years)
  6. 6. Day 1 Learning Outcomes Content Explore WW1 history and begin to look at how it affected the Cramlington area. We will begin to prepare for our bike trips. Process Graffiti galleries, mind maps to think about key content as well as map work and videos to prepare for the trips. Benefit We need to be clear on the big aims of this fortnight and start to make preparations for research and the bike trips.
  7. 7. Week Planner
  8. 8. Project Fortnight Timetable
  9. 9. Destination 1 Tuesday Week 1: Cramlington
  10. 10. Destination 2 Thursday Week 1: Coastal route to Seaton Sluice and Blyth Battery
  11. 11. Destination 3 – Friday Week 1: Local Pits
  12. 12. Destination 4 : Monday Week 2 – Newcastle (by bus)
  13. 13. Destination 5 : Tuesday Week 2 – Tynemouth
  14. 14. Destination 6 – Thursday Week 2 • Newcastle Quayside
  15. 15. Project OutcomeProject Outcome A high quality tourist information booklet with cycle map – showing trails for local world war one history sites and how to access them by cycle route
  16. 16. Map Critique • What is good? • What could be improved? • Last year’s model. • This year’s model. Positive •Infographic •Accurate and has key •QR Code •Cycle Track and sites marked Improvements •More colourful
  17. 17. World War One Graffiti Gallery • Annotate the images with any facts/ideas/information you know about what the images show.
  18. 18. World War One Lesson • Complete your mind map as we cover key content of World War One, before we look at how it affected this area. • First let’s create our learning journal for this project.
  19. 19. “The war to end all wars” “It’ll be over by Christmas”
  20. 20. VIDEO – 1. Write down adjectives to describe the experience of war based on these images and audio. 2. Why did ordinary young people sign up to this?
  21. 21. The Great War the details
  22. 22. Deaths during World War One (1914-18) • Russia - 1,700,000 • France - 1,357,800 • Britain - 908,371 • Germany - 1,773,700 • Austria-Hungary - 1,200,000 • Total deaths during World War One: 8,538,315
  23. 23. Guess the flags of the countries involved in alliances before World War One (in 1914) A B C D E F Countries: Italy Austria-Hungary Germany Russia France Britain
  24. 24. A B C D E F Britain France Germany Austria - Hungary Italy Russia
  25. 25. The Triple Alliance Vs The Triple Entente Britain France Russia Germany Austria - Hungary Italy
  26. 26. Causes of World War One Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism What do YOU think these words mean?
  27. 27. Causes M A I N ilitarism lliances mperialism ationalism Building up your armed forces. Getting ready for war. Agreements or promises to defend and help another country Trying to build up an Empire, taking over other countries Having pride in your country. Willing to fight for it.
  28. 28. What does this cartoon show about how and why WW1 started? Horrible Histories video
  29. 29. Task 1. First read about life in the Trenches for soldiers (aim for 10 things on your mind map) 2. If it was so terrible why did people sign up? Read about why the Quinns signed up and underline the different reasons.
  30. 30. Read through and underline reasons why the lads might have volunteered.
  31. 31. Michael Quinn, my Great uncle Died December 25th 1916 John Quinn, my Great uncle Died 6th November 1918 Martin Quinn, my Great Grandad. lived
  32. 32. WW1 and the local area • How did Cramlington contribute and how was the Northumberland area affected? • See the images for clues. • (BBC Zeppelin Terror) https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=mG90EIsDvbw Blyth: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p 01wv7dr • Despatches from Tyneside https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=kUaGLY3d_Cs
  33. 33. WW1 and the local area • Your time to research Task 1: We need to find local sites of interest for WW1 that we could cycle to. • When you find one – you can add it to our thinglink maps. Task 2: Use sustrans (cycle routes) and scribble maps to plan routes that we can take.
  34. 34. Research Resources • BBC World War One North East Sound Files: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01p34ls • (excellent booklet – just use sections up to world war 2):https://www.newcastle.gov.uk/wwwfileroot/legacy/ regen/locallist/tyne_and_wear_defence_sites.pdf • Shipbuilding -> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk- england-26170080 • Cramlington Airfields http://www.nelsam.org.uk/NEAR/Airfields/Histories/ Cramlington.htm • Tynemouth Death Map • http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/local-news/map- reveals-tynemouths-victims-first-1351558 • Cramlington Airship Station http://www.forgottenairfields.com/united- kingdom/england/northumberland/cramlington- airship-station-s956.html • Blyth Battery http://blythbattery.org.uk/background-info • Cramlington War Memorials • http://www.newmp.org.uk/search_results.php
  35. 35. Afternoon • Letters • Log Trips • Practicalities • Tuesday Prep
  36. 36. All about bikes… • Why do you cycle? • Where do you cycle? • Why is cycling a good thing? • Who do you cycle with? • What can bikes help us to do? • What are the dangers/negatives of cycling? • What kind of bike do you have and what kind of bikes are available? • Why is cycling important?
  37. 37. Success Criteria… • Bike shops, phone numbers • More images, less written info • Map needs to be large enough • Detail, streets • Thin paper for printers From Ron Berger: - Do the real work ourselves - Draft and critique - Be proud
  38. 38. Cycling Trip Preparation • Task 1: Design your perfect bag to pack everything you might need for a medium/long distance bike ride.
  39. 39. Cycling Trip Preparation • Task 2: Watch the following video and make a note of all the possible hazards and dangers of which you need to be aware. Video 1 Weather Check Video 2 Bike Check Off road hazards
  40. 40. Skills and Roles • From what you have heard so far, what could you offer? • What are you good at? • What skills do you have? • What role will you take on? E.g. Bike Mechanic, Researcher… Map specialist…Group Leader….
  41. 41. Our Progress Wall…
  42. 42. Key Resources: Sustrans Website and Scribble Maps Anything else? Task 1: Find the project blog and follow the link to the Sustrans website Task 2: Click on ‘Login/Register’ in the top right of the Sustrans home page. Task 3: Follow the instructions and fill in the details using your school email address. Task 4: Login using your username and password.
  43. 43. Key Resources: Sustrans Website and Scribble Maps Extension: Map Challenge 1: 1. Using the Sustrans map feature, find Cramlington Learning Village (destination 1 – tomorrow’s ride), its post code is NE23 6BN 2. Then work together to plot where people live on the map at the front. Map Challenge 2: Using the Sustrans map feature, find NORTHUMBERLANDIA (destination 3) its post code is NE28 9NZ. Track the route between the CLV and Northumberlandia (USE SCRIBBLE MAPS)
  44. 44. Day Two - Connect • Which destinations did you look at yesterday? • What difficulties did experience in plotting the route?
  45. 45. Project Fortnight Big Picture Anything else? Our task is to research the local history and geography and design a high quality professional map to show people how they can easily and safely explore this by bike. In order to do this we will carry out map work, research and preparation in school but also partake in bike trips that will become routes on our map at the end of the fortnight.
  46. 46. Jobs to do for the Map (Deadline p4 today!) • Summarising text for local historical and geographical sites (Jake, Alex B, Sam, Jay, Ben, Adam) • Creating data for fitness and CO2 being saved (Thomas, Ben) • Charting routes on scribble maps (Matthew and Connor, Alex G with Strava) • Creating an infographic to showing this data (fitness and CO2) – (Callum, Chris and Thooooomas Ralphinho, Matthew) • Writing a short introduction for the map to explain it and the project (Katy, Paisley) • Sketches to be included on the display and/or map (Katy, Paisley, Phillip) • Layout (Ewan)
  47. 47. Day 2 Learning Outcomes Content Process Benefit
  48. 48. Success Criteria for a successful ‘Pathfinding’ trip • Locate Pits/Sights of historical+geographical interest. • Find local cycle tracks • Work safely as a group • Use maps to plot the routes • Bike and equipment check • Shown self-discipline • Pictures and information for our map.
  49. 49. Expectations for Journeys • Correct Kit • Bike in order (ABC+DE) • Safety on journey • “All or none” rule • • •
  50. 50. Annotate your map… • Sights of historical and geographical interest • Warnings • Colour coded routes (on and off road) • Anything else?
  51. 51. Cramlington area of the map • On area of the map will be the history and geography of the area we explored today. • We have this lesson to create a blurb on Cramlington and it’s pit history.
  52. 52. Cramlington blurb success criteria • • • • • • • •
  53. 53. Ride 1 – Scribble Map challenge • Create and save a scribble map for today’s ride – make a note of pits/sights we passed on the way. • Task 2: Referring to the success criteria, post a reflection on today’s ride on the class blog. Title: Ride 1: Cramlington Pits route
  54. 54. Day 3 – Connect: Local History and Geography Graffiti Gallery • Write around the images around the room any facts/ideas/information you know about the picture showing key examples of our local history and geography.
  55. 55. Learning Outcomes: Day 3 Content We will learn about local geography and history of this area. Process We will use websites, information sheets, books and real artefacts to research the 5Ws on key areas of local geography and history Benefit Our local history and geography cycle map needs to be complete by Wednesday of next week (but we are out on bikes thurs-mon)
  56. 56. Cycle Map: Planning Sheet Complete the planning sheet for our FINAL PRODUCT. Task: Return to example map: What sections will we need? What will our map need? Who will be the target audience? How can we make the map effective, easy to use? What kind of design should the map have?
  57. 57. Cycle Map: Research Task Based on the research area you were given on Monday (e.g.Waggonways) You need to use the internet, textbook, information sheets to find out: - 5 Ws + H (Who, What, When, Where, Why, How) -Images to be included on the map (we can use our own images from bike trips) -Short description
  58. 58. Areas for Research • Cramlington Pits • Waggonways (history of) (Waggonways) Callum • Northumberlandia • Blyth Battery • Cobalt Viewing Point (Jack + Connor) • Seaton Sluice • Woodhorn Colliery • Delaval Hall • Holywell Dene • Segedunum (Jay and Adam) • New Hartley (pit disaster) (Elliot+Jack) • Earsdon Memorial • Newcastle Quayside • St Mary’s Lighthouse (Andy G) • North Shields Fish Quay (Elliot L) • Whitley Bay
  59. 59. Success Criteria for Research • High quality image • Summary notes – to the point (concise) • No waffle • Key Dates and Names / Figures • History • Interesting information (attract the reader) • Maximum of 180-200 words

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