Internal colonialism in Ireland

In today's lesson we will learn about what British colonialism looked like in Ireland. We will explore this fascinating case in which Ireland was both a partner and a colony of Britain. Finally, we will get to answer our enquiry question by comparing British colonialism in India, Australia and Ireland.

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Q1.For many years, Australia was a penal colony for Britain. This meant that many of the very first settlers were ...

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Q2.British settlers in Australia used violence and the army to take land from Aboriginal people. These conflicts are known as ...

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Q3.Which of the following encouraged hundreds of thousands more free settlers to move to Australia in the 1850s?

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Q4.How did many settlers justify taking land from Aboriginal people?

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Q5.By the end of the nineteenth century, many Aboriginal people were forced to live in and not allowed to leave ...

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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!

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Question 5

Q1.For many years, Australia was a penal colony for Britain. This meant that many of the very first settlers were ...

1/5

Q2.British settlers in Australia used violence and the army to take land from Aboriginal people. These conflicts are known as ...

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Q3.Which of the following encouraged hundreds of thousands more free settlers to move to Australia in the 1850s?

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Q4.How did many settlers justify taking land from Aboriginal people?

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Q5.By the end of the nineteenth century, many Aboriginal people were forced to live in and not allowed to leave ...

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Internal colonialism in Ireland

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Q1.What religion was followed by the majority of Irish people?

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Q2.What was the name given to Protestant dominance over Ireland's people and land by the 18th century?

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Q3.After joining the UK in 1801, many people in Ireland could vote for representatives in the ...

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Q4.When did the Great Famine happen?

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Q5.What sport did Irish people play as a form of resistance to British influence?

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Internal colonialism in Ireland

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

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Q1.What religion was followed by the majority of Irish people?

1/5

Q2.What was the name given to Protestant dominance over Ireland's people and land by the 18th century?

2/5

Q3.After joining the UK in 1801, many people in Ireland could vote for representatives in the ...

3/5

Q4.When did the Great Famine happen?

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Q5.What sport did Irish people play as a form of resistance to British influence?

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