The Age of the Machine - Process
Hello Chief Executive of the National Archives.
As you have already been briefed, you must pick the invention you feel was most significant during the Industrial Revolution. Click on the websites below to explore the Inventions of the Industrial Revolution.
Good day Commissioner for Queen Victoria.
Get cracking on this important report for the Queen. Look at these websites to find out what life was like for a child labourer during the Industrial Revolution.
When you feel you have a good idea of what types of child labour were common and the type of houses they lived in, click on the picture of the pen and use the worksheet provided to complete the report. Remember time is of the essence!
Congratulations Lord Shaftesbury
What an honour! You are to receive the most prestigious award in Britain. It is very well deserved as you made a huge difference to many of the children that worked in the factories and in the mines during the Industrial Revolution. Use these websites to review the story of your life and the changes you brought about and click on your pocket watch to download a prompt sheet to help you write your opening speech!
Need help writing your speech? Click on the picture of the pocket watch below
Create a still image of life in a factory and in an inventor's workshop during the Industrial Revolution. Everybody in the group must be involved and assume a character!
Each of you may be "hot-seated" by the other children in the class who may question or interview you as you remain "in character".
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