SOCIAL HISTORY

‘Living Conditions’ introduces learners to the lifestyles and living conditions in a post-war Britain. Learners compare their findings to current day Britain. 

This component fits several areas of the school and college curriculum including History, Politics, Sociology, PSHE and tutorials.  

The component aims to raise awareness of differences between everyday life in one given period of post-war history and another via analysis and comparison of e-Learning visual stimuli and identifying elements within them.

The module has ‘OFF-THE-SHELF’ content, and software marks a multiple choice test at the end of the module, thus NO PREPARATION, NO TEACHING AND NO MARKING is required. Each module requires 20-25mins to complete. MEASURABLE OUTCOMES mean SMT and Ofsted reports can be generated automatically.

VIEW MODULE ON-LINE

Please follow this link to view module on-line:  
http://direct-learning.co.uk/phototriggers/unit-1/player.htm

LIVING CONDITIONS
‘Living Conditions’ is the first module of the component AIM L1 Social History Comparison of Given Periods, which is generously funded by ESFA. The modules cover:

Living Conditions
Happiness
Play
Freedom
Poverty
Society

AIM PERSONAL & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SKILLS

In turn ‘Social History Comparison of Given Periods’ is a component of AIM Personal & Social Development Skills which is generously funded by ESFA.

Components in AIM Personal & Social Development Skills include:

Personal Finances           
Internet Safety for IT Users                        
Healthy Living
Drug Awareness
Alcohol Awareness
Diversity in Society

If you would like to find out more about how to deliver AIM Personal & Social Development Skills and how it is being used in other centres please do not hesitate to contact Simon Hilton on 07711 228069 or at simon.hilton@aim-group.org.uk