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Stories of Migration to Britain from 1100 to the Present Day

Abdul Mohamud, Dr. Robin Whitburn

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Why attend?

In line with the new GCSE specifications, this practical and interactive 90-minute webinars will provide you with an easy solution to fit CPD into your busy schedule. Relevant for teachers delivering AQA or OCR, this webinar will focus on Stories of Migration to Britain from 1100 to the Present Day and provide you with fresh ideas for engaging students with the content.
  • Packed with the reassurance, principles and strategies to ensure that both you and your students are equipped to excel in the Depth Studies 
  • Attend this 90-minute webinar live and also benefit from viewing the recordings on-demand afterwards
  • Abdul and Robin will approach this topic through enquiry questions that you can use to frame your lessons, and will offer teaching approaches to engage your students in those enquiries
This webinar is part of a series of GCSE Teacher Webinars series - explore the rest of the series by clicking on the links below
  1. Britain and Empires from 890 to the Present Day
  2. The Normans 1066 - C.1100
  3. Medicine and Health in Britain C.1000 to Present Day
  4. Elizabethan England
History Teacher Training webinar fees
  • £85 plus VAT per user log-in
  • Book 2 – 3 webinars and save 10% - use code WR0002644
  • Book 4 – 6 webinars and save 20% - use code WY0005850

Programme

4.00pm Introductions and sound checks
4.05pm Key areas:
  • The long story of Anglo-Irish relations from the Normans to the Irish Nationalists
  • Refugees become successful migrants: comparing the Huguenots and the Ugandan Asians
  • The British Government response to immigration from 1945 onwards
5.25pm Conclusions
5.30pm Webinar ends

Venue

HI310117
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