How did the Chartists affect the political rights we have today?

In this lesson, you will find out about a group of people who demanded political change. You will investigate who the Chartists were, what campaign methods they used and whether they were successful. We will explore what effect the Chartists had on modern day political rights. Finally, after studying more recent methods of campaigning, we will consider how citizens can create change.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.An example of a political right is:

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Q2.Aristotle is a...

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Q3.At what age can you vote in England?

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Q4.Universal Suffrage means everyone can vote

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Q5.The Magna Carta was signed in

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Q6.It took a long time to get the political rights we have today

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.An example of a political right is:

1/6

Q2.Aristotle is a...

2/6

Q3.At what age can you vote in England?

3/6

Q4.Universal Suffrage means everyone can vote

4/6

Q5.The Magna Carta was signed in

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Q6.It took a long time to get the political rights we have today

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How did the Chartists affect the political rights we have today?

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Q1.The word franchise means the right to protest

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Q2.Which one of these did the Chartists demand?

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Q3.Which one of these campaign methods did the Chartists use?

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Q4.Which Act of Parliament was most unpopular with working class people?

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Q5.William Lovett believed in Moral Force Chartism. Moral Force Chartists believed:

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Q6.The Chartists inspired future reform and were successful in meeting their aims.

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How did the Chartists affect the political rights we have today?

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.The word franchise means the right to protest

1/6

Q2.Which one of these did the Chartists demand?

2/6

Q3.Which one of these campaign methods did the Chartists use?

Select one (1) boxes

3/6

Q4.Which Act of Parliament was most unpopular with working class people?

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Q5.William Lovett believed in Moral Force Chartism. Moral Force Chartists believed:

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Q6.The Chartists inspired future reform and were successful in meeting their aims.

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