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Industrial revolution game?

Discussion in 'History' started by franmorgan, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. Thank you! I think that it's still in TES resources because I did find an idea for a board game there. You haven't tried to divide the class up and have some making things in a domestic system way and some in a factory system way have you? That's what I'd quite like to try.
     
  2. katnoodle

    katnoodle New commenter

    I'm afraid not, I'm nowhere near creative enough! I did find this http://www.successlink.org/gti/lesson_unit-viewer.asp?lid=3559 when I was planning my activities last term, it's very American but sounds similar to what you're after, and has the advantage of allowing you to shout at the kids to hurry up ... in character of course!
     

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