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What change has protest achieved?

In this lesson, we will look at how protesting has been used to create change in society. We will explore key events in history, such as the Dagenham women's factory strike, that have led to change.

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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.True or false, the UK is a representative democracy?

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Q2.True or false, the rule of law means people are treated unequally?

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Q3.True or false, the Human Rights Act was enacted in 1998?

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Q4.True or false, the right to protest is written in Article 21 of the Human Rights Act 1998?

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Q5.True or false, the government can stop a protest because it doesn't agree with it.

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Quiz:

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.True or false, the UK is a representative democracy?

1/5

Q2.True or false, the rule of law means people are treated unequally?

2/5

Q3.True or false, the Human Rights Act was enacted in 1998?

3/5

Q4.True or false, the right to protest is written in Article 21 of the Human Rights Act 1998?

4/5

Q5.True or false, the government can stop a protest because it doesn't agree with it.

5/5

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What change has protest achieved

Check your learning by doing this quick quiz!

Q1.True or false, the Strangeways prison riot was a peaceful protest?

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Q2.True or false, anonymity within a protest group may lead to more people protesting?

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Q3.True or false, protesting will always lead to instant reform?

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Q4.True or false, the Dagenham girls strike helped start the movement for equal pay?

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Q5.Who led the enquiry into the conditions in prison?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Unit quizzes are being retired in August 2023

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Quiz:

What change has protest achieved

Check your learning by doing this quick quiz!

Q1.True or false, the Strangeways prison riot was a peaceful protest?

1/5

Q2.True or false, anonymity within a protest group may lead to more people protesting?

2/5

Q3.True or false, protesting will always lead to instant reform?

3/5

Q4.True or false, the Dagenham girls strike helped start the movement for equal pay?

4/5

Q5.Who led the enquiry into the conditions in prison?

5/5

Lesson summary: What change has protest achieved?

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