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915 - World War Two Suffragettes

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Published on March 11, 2014

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915 - World War Two Suffragettes
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WALT:Whywomenwonthevote in1918. 'There's the girl who clips your ticket for the train, And the girl who speeds the lift from floor to floor, There's the girl who does a milk-round in the rain, And the girl who calls for orders at your door. Strong, sensible, and fit, They're out to show their grit, And tackle jobs with energy and knack. No longer caged and penned up, They're going to keep their end up 'Til the khaki soldier boys come marching back. There's the motor girl who drives a heavy van, There's the butcher girl who brings your joint of meat, There's the girl who calls 'All fares please!' like a man, And the girl who whistles taxi's up the street. Beneath each uniform Beats a heart that's soft and warm, Though of canny mother-wit they show no lack; But a solemn statement this is, They've no time for love and kisses Till the khaki soldier boys come marching back.

WALT:Whywomenwonthe votein1918? WILFS: L5: Explain what jobs they did during World War Two. L6: Compare the multiple reasons for women getting the vote. L7: Evaluate the contribution of World War Two as a cause.

ReadingTask • You have 12 Minutes to complete 10 questions. You must read the Text in Silence. • Place your hand up when you have completed the first questions. • First 3 individuals win a pink slip • First complete table wins a pink slip. • Another task when you finish…

SimultaneousRound-Table(10m) How did women show to the government that they were ready for the vote? How did Suffragettes and Suffragists increase publicity for their cause? Why didn’t ALL women win the vote in 1918? What factors led to women winning the vote in 1918?

10Questions 1. Those who refused to join the war effort were known as? 2. What did Emmeline Pankhurst do? 3. What did women earn the right to do in 1918? 4. What did the NUWSS do in 1915? 5. How do you think this may have persuaded some of the MPs? 6. Who was prime minister in 1914? 7. Who replaced Herbert Asquith as PM 8. Why was this a good thing for the cause? 9. What did The Times do? 10. Why were women over the age of 30 given the vote?

Question • How significant was World War Two in convincing the government to allow women to vote in 1918? • What other causes were there • Introduction – Tell me how important WW2 was but were there other factors THINK! Suffragettes and the last 50 years of campaigning. This was gradual. • Para 1 – Tell me about WW2 and why it was important, tell me about the other four factors. • Para 2 – Tell me about other causes in more detail – see the last few lessons. • Para 3 – Come to a judgement for a Level 7 – Which was the MOST important reason and tell me why • Para 4 – Conclusion! Sum up what you have said…

Promenade. • How significant was World War Two in convincing the government to allow women to vote in 1918?

TASK – Write the WALT – Why women won the vote in 1918. Starter - What jobs did women do during the War. 1. Discuss what jobs you think they are doing in your images. 2. Listen to the poem and read it on the board. What jobs were they doing. 3. Create a list in your exercise books . 4. Discuss – How did could this help to convince the government.

TASK – Write the WALT – Why women won the vote in 1918. Starter - What jobs did women do during the War. 1. Discuss what jobs you think they are doing in your images. 2. Listen to the poem and read it on the board. What jobs were they doing. 3. Create a list in your exercise books . 4. Discuss – How did could this help to convince the government.

TASK – Write the WALT – Why women won the vote in 1918. Starter - What jobs did women do during the War. 1. Discuss what jobs you think they are doing in your images. 2. Listen to the poem and read it on the board. What jobs were they doing. 3. Create a list in your exercise books . 4. Discuss – How did could this help to convince the government.

TASK – Write the WALT – Why women won the vote in 1918. Starter - What jobs did women do during the War. 1. Discuss what jobs you think they are doing in your images. 2. Listen to the poem and read it on the board. What jobs were they doing. 3. Create a list in your exercise books . 4. Discuss – How did could this help to convince the government.

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