A Victorian Childhood Hampshire

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Here are some questions to focus on when listening to the drama Ask the children to share. with the rest of the class their notes from the drama It may help you to split them into. groups Use the suggested discussion ideas to deepen their thinking and understanding. 1 How do the adults expect Ethel to behave, Make a note of the things Ethel is told to do by her Grandmamma and Papa Sit up straight. don t answer back be on best behaviour be quiet be seen and not heard. Discussion In the Victorian era both boys and girls were expected to obey adults without. any disagreement What would it be like if your teacher was very strict all the time. 2 What kinds of toys are mentioned, Make a note of the toys that are mentioned and what they are made from Wax doll. wooden train paper playing cards jigsaw dolls house peg doll and whip and top. Discussion Victorian toys were made to move by hand often took lots of practice and. were often made of wood and later tin What are the differences between the toys we hear. about in the drama to the toys we have today, 3 How many different things did the Victorians do for entertainment. Make a note of all the different entertainments that are mentioned Playing games playing. with toys singing reading playing the piano, Discussion What would the Dexters have for entertainment at home if they were alive. 4 What choices do girls have in the Victorian era, Make a note of what Ethel is expected to do when she is older She would not be allowed.
to be an engineer like her brother She would stay at home. Discussion Girls and boys were treated differently in the Victorian period Boys were. expected to grow into gentlemen go out to work and be the head of the household Girls. were expected to grow into ladies stay at home and look after the children Do you feel. this is fair,Follow up Activity, Divide your page into two columns entitled Victorian children and Modern children Write a. few sentences in each column for each of these subheadings. Toys Victorian more role play and wooden toys Modern plastic and battery. powered toys, Entertainment at home Victorian homemade Modern electronics. Discipline Victorian absolute obedience Modern using discussions to be fair and. make agreements, Growing up Victorian girls stay at home boys go to work Modern More equal. opportunities, Share and compare sentences written for each subheading Are there any overall. conclusions about differences between now and then. wooden train paper playing cards jigsaw dolls house peg doll and whip and top Discussion Victorian toys were made to move by hand often took lots of practice and were often made of wood and later tin

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