WALT: What were the Whitechapel murders and why was the perpetrator never caught? WILFs: Can describe and explain who were the victims of Jack the Ripper and how they died (C)....Can describe and explain in detail what life was like in Whitechapel in 1888 (C)..... Can identifiy some of the main suspects (C).... Can suggest reasons why it was difficult for the police to catch Jack the Ripper in 1888 (B).... Can assess why Jack the Ripper was never caught (A)
Lesson 1 Development 1. Starter Watch the flip clip and take notes 2. Promenade your face partner - What, when and where were the Whitechapel murders? 3. Stand and Share 4. Investigate the PPT with your shoulder partner - take notes on today's WILFs 5. Plenary: Mix Pair Share: 1. Who were the victims of Jack the Ripper and how did they die? 2. In what ways was Whitechapel in the 1880s a dangerous and difficult place to live? 3. Who were the main suspects in the Jack the Ripper case? 4. Why do you think the case went unsolved?
Homework: Complete this worksheet Lesson 2 Development 1. Starter - Pass the fact what you know about Jack the Ripper 2. Watch the film and take further notes on our WILFs 3. Find Someone Who 4. With your face partner investigate the links then create a Diamond 9 Diagram to explain why the Ripper case was never solved.... print 2 copies 5. Mini plenary Mix Pair Share: 1. Who were the victims of Jack the Ripper and how did they die? 2. In what ways was Whitechapel in the 1880s a dangerous and difficult place to live? 3. Who were the main suspects in the Jack the Ripper case? 4. Why do you think the case went unsolved? 6. Plenary - Paraphrase passport today's WALT
Lesson 3 development
1. Watch the Bloody History clip below and take notes on today's WILFs 2. Quiz Quiz Trade using cards from Mr Walker 3. Plenary - Mix Pair Share: 1. Who were Jack the Ripper's victims and how did they die? 2. What best explains why was it difficult to catch Jack the Ripper at the time
Lesson 4 Development
1. Starter: Find Someone Who 2. Promenade your shoulder partner - What clues do we have about the identity of Jack the Ripper and who do you think was Jack the Ripper and why? 3, Stand and Share 4. Pass the Fact to find a new partner then with your new partner investgate the main suspects at this site http://www.casebook.org/suspects/ and any other site linked to this page 5. Complete this worksheet on the 5 most likely suspects - record evidence for and against the idea that each one was Jack 6. Stand and Share using random name selector, who do you think was Jack the Ripper and why? 7. Plenary - draw a picture to show everything you have learnt about the Jack the Ripper Case so far - no words allowed. Pair up, swap pictures try and explain what you can see in each other's pictures. Thank each other using Aboriginal sign language then sit down