HOW HAVE THE ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAYS CHANGED OVER TIME?
Designed to support a school trip to Isle of Wight Steam Railway
HISTORY Lower Key Stage 2
Other Key Stage Variants: Upper Key Stage 2 | Key Stage 3
Changes in the Past
Differences over time
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The resource is a series of questions that link directly to the Isle of Wight Steam Railway’s Train Story exhibition and museum; as the students follow the exhibition, they will learn about how the railways on the Isle of Wight have changed from the past to the present
The resource is a series of questions that link directly to the Isle of Wight Steam Railway’s Train Story exhibition and museum; as the students follow the exhibition, they will learn about how the railways on the Isle of Wight have changed from the past to the present.
Students have to interpret information and summarise/record their responses to the questions.
Students are able to practise their interpretation skills whilst engaging with historical aspects of the Isle of Wight Steam Railway. The task is relevant to students in key stage 2 (upper and lower years) and key stage 3.
This is an on-site task.
It is suggested to teachers that they introduce the background of the railway, in particular the history of the Isle of Wight railway network and its demise, as a class pre-learning activity.
An understanding of the general history of transport and its development would also be useful preparation for this task.
When on site at the Train Story exhibition, students will be able to undertake the task elements and can practise their interpretation.
Key Skills Practised
Interpretation and retrieval of information
It is suggested to teachers that students undertake some research the background of the railway, in particular the history of the Isle of Wight railway network and its demise, as a class pre-learning activity. Students should be keen to practise responding to the resource questions.
During the Visit
Completion of the History resource/s linked to this document
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Step back in time to the golden age of steam at Isle of Wight Steam Railway! A potted history of the Island's railways from Victorian times to the present day.
Follow-up tasks could include whole class discussion about the responses to the questions, groups presenting back their collated ideas to the class, or completion of a timeline
Students will be able to investigate the historical aspects of the Isle of Wight Steam Railway by interpreting the questions, retrieving information, and recording their responses.
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This page was last updated on: 01/06/2016