Welcome Back!You will see a map of the world and a piece of sugarpaperStick the map in the middle of the sugar paper and asa table you must annotate the map with as muchinformation about immigration as you knowThink about the following:on who came during war, after war, numbers,reasons why, Windrush – reasons why(push and pull)
You have a Mock exam in 2weeks!O The Academy have said that all year 10 AHSLstudents will have a mock exam over the nextcouple of weeks.O Don’t worry about it – it will help us all learnhow to tackle this type of exam paper (sourcepaper)O Today we will have a look at the hardestquestion on the paper which is the 12 markquestion.
Structure to follow.Balanced answer – which sources support the statement and which don’t –give proof from sources (Quotes)link this in with own knowledge when you evaluate what the source is trying tosayeg the source suggests women did…which is referring to when women…Analyse Sources - whether the sources are accurate/reliable representationof the period by using own knowledge and also look at purpose, date andauthors of sourcesConclusion - Final 2 marks go to – overall do more of the sources supportstatement or disagree with statement?Remember the question is asking how far do the sources support thestatement NOT is the statement correct, use sources to support your answer!
What were the experiences ofImmigrants in Brtiain?O Over the holidays you were supposed tocomplete the table we started in our lastlesson of the term….Factor East Africa Caribbean IndianSubcontinentEconomicHardshipRating:ExampleRating:ExampleRating:ExamplePersecution orDisruptionEconomicOpportunityAdventureProspect ofreturning HomeExistingCommunityoffering supportLinks with Britain
The Notting Hill Riots: theSummer of ViolenceO You need to find out what happenedin Notting Hill and Nottingham in1958O Create a news story about theincident which you will perform to theclass – think about the time it wasaired and who would the blame beplaced on?
How was the incidentportrayed in the media andviewed by the public?O Look at the two cartoons on page 458O Can you remember how to analyse acartoon?O We cant forget because it will be on theexam in a couple of weeks!O Can you create your own political cartoonabout the incident in 1958?Its not about the quality of your drawing, its aboutWho you place blame on based on the artist egnewspaper, the date is important, how creative youcan be in being ironic or straight forward, showingblame
The experiences of someImmigrants in BritainMany of the Early Jamaican Immigrantsremember being welcomed. One Jamaicannurse remembers that bus conductorswould often waive the fare for her and fellownurses!Father came to Britain and the soon after I came with my mother. InLondon she worked for the first time in her life outside our home, in thesewing workshop with a Jewish refugee from Germany and an Irishwoman. The other workers there were among her closest friends all thetime she was in England. I used to listen to her talking with a feeling ofsurprise. Never, in my experience, had she talked so much. She laugheda lot too. I’d probably never seen her so happy as in those times whenher life was changing so much.A West Indian writing in 1999 about her mother’s experiences inBritain in the 1950s and 60sUNFORTUNATLEY …….This was more of an exception to the rule than the norm!As you maybe could of guessed from the Nottinghill Riots 1958!
How were Immigrants treated?O You job is to find out how immigrants weretreated in the following areas:O HousingO WorkO Work Social lifeO With this information you will be creating anadvert for people living in commonwealthcountries, advertising what they can expectwhen and if they come to Britain.O Find the information needed from page 457-8
Exam PreparationO You will be given an exam style questionin groups and you need to create themodel plan and answer for it and you willteach the class how to do this so they areprepared for the exam next week.
What did the Government doto sort the ImmigrationIssues?O We need to learn the timeline of information regardingwhat the government did regarding Immigration onpage 462O I will split you into groups and you will need to comeup with a fun and creative way to teach the rest of theclass what happened during this time – it is up to youhow go about this but you need to make sure the restof the class will learn information from your activity.O I will also come up with an activity and we will have ago at all of the activities.