Britain_since_1948_statement_cards (1)

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Unformatted text preview: The following statements are ones that the children came up with after research from the post-war period to show some of the changes in Britain. They were then laminated and each child given a card and asked to find a space. I then got children to think about which of the other statements theirs might relate to and then linked those children with a piece of wool. We continued to do this until all of the children were connected and were in a right tangle. Obviously you could add more if you wanted to. Interesting that the children noted that some were linked to a lot of other statements e.g Had more disposable income was linked to about 7! Very loud, very confusing activity, but a great way to get them linking ideas and thinking about knock on effects of any changes. More women started to work and so had their own money Divorce rates went up Women started to get more professional jobs Household appliances such as fridges, freezers and microwaves became More quick and convenient food created Women gained more independent and equal rights from men Domestic appliances...
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