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Jack the Ripper Question 1 Preparation
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Life in Whitechapel PPT
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WALT: In what ways did the development of Whitechapel in the period of the 19th century make it an ideal hunting ground for a mass murderer by 1888?
WILFs: Can describe and explain the geographical, social and economic conditions of Whitechapel in the 1880's (C) Can explain how and why these factors combined to make Whitechapel an ideal location for a serial killer to commit his crimes in the 1880's (A)

Lesson Development
1. Watch the Starter clip - what was Whitechapel like in the 1880's
2. Stand and Share
3. With a new partner from a different table log on to this page and list of the geographical, social and economic conditions in Whitechapel in the 1880's using all the links left
4. Table Share your lists
5. Promenade your face partner and discuss why Jack the Ripper chose Whitechapel as the location for his crimes
6. Plenary : Paraphrase passport today's WALT

WALT: How did the geographical,social and economic nature of Whitechapel hamper the police investigation?
WILFs: Can list reasons why the police found the investigation difficult (D).... can describe and explain police diffciculties in relation to the site of the murders (B) .... can assess how important police difficulties and weaknesses were as a factor in explaining the site of the murders (A)

Lesson 2 Development
1. Starter: Stand Up Hand Up Pair Up - promenade your partner - why do you think Jack the Ripper chose Whitechapel for his murders?
2. Stand and Share
3. Watch the clip - take notes on the problems the police had during the investigation
4. Compare notes on your table then Table Stand and Share
5. Rally Coach this worksheet with your shoulder partner

6. Solo Work: start drafting out an answer to question 1: Use the sources booklet, the links on this page and your own research. Writing must take place in the lesson (controlled assessment regulations)
7. Plenary - In circles of 12 Paraphrase passport question 1

HOMEWORK: Continue own research into Controlled assessment tasks and bring research material to tommorrow's lesson

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