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by John Fines,Clive Behagg

Author: John Fines,Clive Behagg
Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
Language: English
Publisher: Longman (March 1993)
Pages: 116 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.9
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Teaching students the principles of ethos, logos, and pathos in social media illustrates how posts are made persuasive .

Teaching students the principles of ethos, logos, and pathos in social media illustrates how posts are made persuasive and memorable. Ethos or ethical appeal is used to establish the writer or speaker as fair, open-minded, community-minded, moral, honest.

In London, Chartist leaders delivered a petition to Parliament asserting the rights of ordinary people. Dangerous radicals or proto-democrats? Stephen Roberts traces their story. These events had given great heart to the Chartist leaders, although they were already much encouraged by the election to Parliament, in July 1847, of their most popular leader, Feargus O'Connor. Working people had proclaimed themselves as Chartists at crowded meetings throughout March 1848.

Author of Labour and Reform, Ethos (Enquiry into Teaching History to Over-sixteens (ETHOS)), Labour and reform, Politics and production in the early .

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Chartism, British working-class movement for parliamentary reform named after the People’s Charter, a bill drafted by the London radical William Lovett .

Chartism, British working-class movement for parliamentary reform named after the People’s Charter, a bill drafted by the London radical William Lovett in May 1838. It contained six demands: universal manhood suffrage, equal electoral districts, vote by ballot, annually elected Parliaments, payment. Chartism, British working-class movement for parliamentary reform named after the People’s Charter, a bill drafted by the London radical William Lovett in May 1838.

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People joined the Chartist Movement because of; Poor working conditions in factories and mines – long hours, low . It is important to remember that the split in the movement made it much weaker than a united chartist movement would have been. Moral Force Chartists. Led by William Lovett.

People joined the Chartist Movement because of; Poor working conditions in factories and mines – long hours, low pay and it was dangerous. Poor living conditions – slum dwellings, filthy, diseases, early deaths. The 1832 Reform Act – workers expected the vote but did not get it. Anger at the 1834 Poor Law – which threw paupers into the harsh and cruel workhouse instead of helping them. The most important reason was to do with TRADE.

ETHOS (Enquiry into Teaching History to Over-Sixteens) is a research and development project into the teaching of history to 16-19 year olds, set up to develop a new approach to the teaching and assessment of history post-16. ETHOS has conducted consultations with teachers and students both in schools and in higher education and has established the following general aims: active student participation - they learn to construct their own viewpoints, based on familiarity with the material; allowance for length, breadth and depth of study; accurate assessment of what has been learnt; a variety of forms of assessment; more autonomy for teachers in design of courses; and less uncertainty for candidates in examination requirements. The ETHOS packs are designed to provide an unusually wide and varied amount of source material for teachers and students - both written and pictorial. Intended for study over half a term, the approach is one which introduces students in a personal and individual way to the work of the historian. Each pack includes: a) a guide for teachers and students - this introduces the ETHOS programme, notes how the material in the pack is arranged and provides an account of the teaching pilot study in a school; b) documents and comments - compiled by the historian, it explains how and why the historical sources have been selected. This is followed by the sources themselves, both primary (documents) and secondary. Where appropriate most of the primary sources are reproduced from the originals; c) appendices - these provide extra material to help the student use and understand the source material - eg historiography, glossary, bibliography, biography. In this book the material on Chartism has been chosen by the author to show its contemporary importance. He then compares that with the later judgement of historians and explains why particular documents have influenced his own work and encourges students to argue and debate their own interpretations.