- Inset sessions
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- Witnessing the African Slave Trade
- What does a slave rebellion look like?
- Was 1807 really the end of the slave trade?
- Remembering victims of the slave trade
- Lick and lock up done wid
- How proud can Britain be?
- How powerful were slaves?
- How important were Africans to the Atlantic slave trade?
- Childhood slavery in North Africa
- 3 doors into 33,000 voyages
Was 1807 really the end of the slave trade?
This lesson sequence for year 8/9 students was written by Jennifer Gridley from Brentside High School in Ealing.
Overall enquiry question
Should 1807 really be celebrated as the end of the slave trade?
- To investigate the role of the West Africa Squadron in combating the illicit slave trade after 1807
- To evaluate the success of attempts to suppress the slave trade after 1807
- To use historical evidence to test hypotheses and reach conclusions
- To decide whether 1807 actually marked the end of the transatlantic slave trade
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