Whitechapel Revision

Whitechapel Revision

Whitechapel Revision Lesson Objectives: Get to grips with Whitechapel sources Instructions 1. Define the key word or describe the impact the person had on Crime and Punishement. 2. Link any other key words? How? 3. Link to an exam topic/question 4. How does it relate to the question? 5. Name a counter argument to your point 1 2 3

4 5 6 1 Forest Laws Offering Sanctuary Hard Labour Trial by ordeal Smuggling Weregild 2 Borstal

Matthew Hopkins Witchcraft Hue and Cry Heresy Benefits of the Clergy 3 Justices of the Peace Church Crimes William I Bloody Code

Treason Night Watchmen James I Abolition of the Death Penalty CCTV Town Constable Henry II Separate Conscientious System objectors Vagabonds Murdrum

4 and Beggars Fine act 1494 5 Retribution Robert Peel None 6 Henry VIII Rehabilitate Transportation custodial sentences Hate crimes Civil War Hanging, Drawing, and quartering Q1: Describe 2 features The first question in this part of the exam will always ask you for 2 C+P Question 1: Describe two features of (4 marks) features of Mark Descriptor 1-2

[POINT] One key feature of {RBTQ} is [EVIDENCE] This is a key feature because {insert precise own knowledge} [POINT] One key feature of {RBTQ} is [EVIDENCE] This is a key feature because {insert precise own knowledge} Result Simple statement(s) One simple statement = 1 mark Two simple statements = 2 marks 3-4 Statements with evidence One statement supported by evidence = 3 marks Two statements supported by evidence = 4 marks

WWW: EBI: [ ] You accurately described a key feature using a [ ] You need to accurately describe a key feature using a simple statement. simple statement. [ ] You accurately described two key features in [ ] You need to accurately describe two key features in simple statements. simple statements. [ ] You accurately described one key feature with [ ] You need to accurately describe one key feature with precise evidence. precise evidence. [ ] You accurately described two key features [ ] You need to accurately describe two key features with precise evidence. with precise evidence. To improve my answer I must Q1: Describe two features model dwellings in the Whitechapel district in the late 19 th Century (4 Marks) This answer has two valid features but no supporting information. This answer has identified two features and describes them in more

detail. The origin of the Estate is described very clearly. There is a description of what problems the new houses overcame Q1: Describe two features of policing in Whitechapel between c1870-c1900 (4 Marks) Work in pairs to list as many features of policing in Whitechapel during this time as you can. Try to make your points as detailed as you can. TARGET AO1: Knowledge of Key Features and Characteristics Describe two features of policing in Whitechapel between c1870-c1900 (4 Marks) How would this question be marked? Award 1 mark for each valid

feature with a second mark for supporting information. This needs to be done twice for all four marks. TARGET AO1: Knowledge of Key Features and Characteristics A typical shift for a beat constable on H Division would involve him and his colleagues marching to Whitechapel (1). When the constable reached his beat, he would move away and begin his shift (1). This would receive 2 out of 4 possible marksso this needs to be done twice for full marks.

Describe two features of policing in Whitechapel between c1870-c1900 (4 Marks) Award 1 mark for each valid feature with a second mark for supporting information. This needs to be done twice for all four marks. TASK: Over to you! Try and answer this question individually in exam conditions using the points you and your partner have just created. Use the answer on the right to help you, but use features of your own (dont just copy it!) This is the shortest question in the Whitechapel section, so try and get full marks in 4-5 minutes. At the end of the time, pass your answer back to your partner for marking. Use a second pen in a different colour to add any features of supporting information that is missing. TARGET AO1: Knowledge of Key Features and Characteristics

A typical shift for a beat constable on H Division would involve him and his colleagues marching to Whitechapel (1). When the constable reached his beat, he would move away and begin his shift (1). This would receive 2 out of 4 possible marksso this needs to be done twice for full marks. Making this easier to remember with COPs C O P ontent wn knowledge about the period

rovenance (PANDA) 1. Read and annotate the source highlighting any points that make the source useful. 2. Answer the question (eg The source is partially useful for an investigation into . . . because . . .) 3. Add inferences that you can make from the text of the source. What can you learn from the source? What quotations can you use? Link this to own knowledge 4. Use your own knowledge. What Evidence/facts do you know that agree with the source and what evidence/facts disagree with the source. 5. Look at how the sources provenance effects the source. Use PANDA (Purpose, Author, Nature, Date, Audience). Link to own knowledge. Does this make the source more or less useful and why? 6. Conclude: What is your overall opinion of how useful the source is? 7. Repeat for source B How useful are sources A and B for an enquiry into violent crime in the Whitechapel area? Explain your answer, using sources A and B and your knowledge of the historical context.

Content Own knowledge of the period Provenance Is the source RELIABLE? Can you INFER something relevant? Is the source ACCURATE? Look at the content of the source. Look at the provenance of the source Compare the content of the source to your own knowledge Is there any reason the person who made it might be lying, exaggerating, Is what it suggested to you (accurate) or false (inaccurate) or not presenting the whole truth. Does tell you something about the enquiry topic (public attitudes to Suffragette methods)

Task: How useful are Sources A and B for an enquiry into into violent crime in the Whitechapel area? Fill in the first three boxes of your source worksheet commenting on a) Inferences: What the source suggests about the methods used by the police to catch the Whitechapel Murderer b) Accuracy: Does your own knowledge (using todays sources or previous lessons) indicate that what the source suggests is accurate (true)? c) Reliability: Does the provenance of the source suggests we can rely on it? Challenge: Complete the overall assessment box How could you follow up source A to find out more about the methods used in the police hunt for the Whitechapel Murderer in 1888?

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