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This lesson sequence for key stage 5 students was written by Helen Hedges. Helen teaches in an 11-18 selective grammar school.
Overall enquiry question
How can we explain why so many Indian people decided to fight against the British in 1857?
- To understand that evidence strengthens an argument
- To be able to identify claims and supporting evidence and analyse the relationship between claim and evidence
- To use provenance to understand the context in which a document was written and use this to draw secure inferences
- To be able to make inferences about the actions, beliefs and aims of the Indian Mutineers based on a piece of primary evidence
- To understand that the level of certainty about a claim can change dependent on the type of claim being made and the evidence available
- To use provenance to help build certainty about claims and understand how use of multiple sources can be used to increase and decrease certainty of claims
- To construct an argument about the motives of the Indian 'mutineers' based on claims from various sources of evidence
- To test a controversial statement based on evidence and claims from multiple sources
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