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Time Travel Through Victorian England
Dr Anne Holdorph
In this ongoing class, learners will explore different elements of Victorian life and society
US Grade 3 - 5
Join with other future historians as we explore life in Victorian England. We'll explore what Queen Victoria's life was like and how she became Queen. We will also look at what life was like for different groups of people in Victorian England. We'll take a look inside houses for rich and poor people, examine what they ate and think about what life was like for different people. Learners will have the opportunity to explore different developments in Victorian understanding, for example how...
This class is taught in English.
In this class, learners will: Develop their knowledge and understanding of the Victorian Era Learn about how Victorians lived Look at changes in Victorian England Learn how to ask questions of primary sources to deepen understanding
I have a PhD in British History, with a focus on the Victorian Era. I have taught history to learners aged 3 up to the postgraduate level.
Week 4: Poor People: This week will mention difficult living conditions. Week 5: Victorian Schools: This week we will talk about some typical punishments which include corporal punishment Week 7: Science: This week we will talk about Charles Darwin and the Theory of Evolution as well as the discovery of different dinosaur fossils Week 8: Medicine: This week will include brief mention of death. Week 9: Crime and Punishment: This week will mention hanging and transportation to Australia. As this is a history class, focusing on events that happened over 100 years ago, there may be mention of death in classes, for example, if learners ask is a certain person is still alive.
Selected Secondary Sources Brad Beavan Hugh Cunningham GR Elton Eric Hobsbawm Anne Holdorph David Olusoga AJP Taylor John Van Whye Selected Primary Sources Charles Darwin, On the Origin of the Species Florence Nightingale, Notes on Nursing Mary Seacole, Wonderfull Adventures of Mary Seacole Robert Tressel, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist Louis Le Prince, Roundhay Garden Scene (Movie) The Horse in Motion (Stop Motion Movie)
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Anne and I live in the UK. I am so excited to be here on Outschool and share some of the things I am passionate about with you all. I am looking forward to teaching history classes, as well as some classes in reading and...
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