Students are then asked to complete a Triangle Nine Template by completing the following steps: Journalists converged on the streets of the East End to report on the murders, and were often appalled by the diabolical living conditions.
Was he an egomaniac?
Who was Jack the Ripper? Who were the top suspects? How old was he? These ideas can then serve as the basis for a lively discussion in class. PRESS CRITICISM The authorities were subjected to a constant barrage of press criticism, both for the inability of the police to bring the killer to justice, and the appalling social conditions that they had allowed to develop unchecked right on the doorstep of the City of London, the wealthiest square mile on earth.
In this part of the documentary, the top suspects are suggested and the video narrator offers his own view on who the murderer was. As such they provide us with a window through which we can look back on a bygone age when the eyes of the world were focused on the daily lives and struggles of the East Enders who were most affected by the crimes.
Were these women to blame for the condition they found themselves in byor were they victims of the system? This can be completed in class, or set as a homework activity. They then have to consider whether Queen Victoria was right to suggest that the police were failing to do all they could to catch the murderer.
The simulation should occupy at least 30 minutes, and the follow-up debate a similar amount of time. The simulation also asks a series of factual questions as it progresses and gives them a score at the end.
Using witness reports from the crime scenes along with visual sources from "Penny Dreadfuls" at the time, students build up their own physical profile of the killer.
Students consider a detailed list of the measures that could have been taken and try to deduce which ones were simply not possible at the time; which ones were possible but which were vetoed by the Home Office and why; and which ones were actually taken but why they nevertheless failed.
Based on the information about geographic profiling provided above, where do you think that the murderer is most likely to live? They also analyse an extract from a report produced at the time and rank the problems listed within it from the most horrendous downwards.
Students are introduced to the terrible social conditions that prevailed in East End of London and make deductions about how these could have helped "Jack".
Designed to accompany the worksheet which follows, this introduces some of the key issues that will be investigated, along with some arresting imagery.
Students are presented with other key facts about Jack and use this to make their own deductions about the killer. We can, quite literally, become spectators to events as they occurred and watch the mood in the streets change from mild unease to outright panic, as the ferocity of the murders increases and it becomes apparent that the police can do nothing to stop the unknown perpetrator.
Complete with markscheme to test knowledge and understanding 30 minutes.The Jack the Ripper murders history site. We discuss the Whitechapel murders ofoutline the full history and assess the various suspects. Jack the Ripper - What can you learn from Source A about themurder of Polly Nicholls?
MATTHEW LANGLEY (10D) HISTORY COURSEWORK - JACK THE RIPPER 1. What can you learn from Source A about the murder of Polly Nicholls?
Polly Nicolls was the first victim of the murderer who became known as Jack the Ripper. History Jack The. 1. Introductory Slideshow: Why was Jack the Ripper so infamous? Designed to accompany the worksheet which follows, this introduces some of the key issues that will be investigated, along with some arresting imagery.
2. What was the East End like in ? Students are introduced to the terrible. Feb 23, · the question is 'Why did the Whitechapel murders attract so much attention in ?' this whole term/subject thingy is about Jack the Ripper.
I dont quite get it. I mean sure all of the women killed were prosies but I guess in hundreds of prostitutes were being killed in London. My mum says its because of the way that all of Status: Resolved.
Jack the Ripper Coursework? - posted in Teaching requests, ideas and resources: Hi all, Am tentatively beginning to think about the new GCSE scheme of work for next year.
I am taking a leap into the unknown with Edexcel History specification A. My school are looking forward to getting our teeth into coursework on Jack the Ripper for the coursework.
GCSE HISTORY COURSEWORK JACK THE RIPPER 5. STUDY ALL OF THE SOURCES 'THE POLICE WERE TO BLAME FOR NOT CAPTURING JACK THE RIPPER' USE THE SOURCES AND YOUR OWN KNOWLEDGE TO EXPLAIN WHETHER YOU AGREE WITH THIS VIEW. The police were not completely to blame .Download