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LO - To understand how the war affected women. Success Criteria : “I understand how the war affected the everyday lives of women. I know about some of the restrictions on women, how they suffered during the war, their courage and resilience”. Modern Posters. WW2 Posters.

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Lo to understand how the war affected women

LO - To understand how the war affected women.

Success Criteria: “I understand how the war affected the everyday lives of women. I know about some of the restrictions on women, how they suffered during the war, their courage and resilience”



WW2 Posters

Air Raid Wardens Wanted, Cecil Walter Bacon, IWM PST 13848

Inan Air Raid... If You Are Out of Doors, artist unknown, IWM PST 13836

London County Council ARP, F Bernard Clarke, IWM PST 8166


Activities

Activity 1 – Identify unknown words/concepts from posters.

Activity 2- Make a list of imperative verbs.

Activity 3 – Use the posters to think of words to put under the headings – ‘Feel/Hear/Happening’.

Activity 4 - Look at the different features of the posters and write down what message they give you.


Women were asked to do many jobs in WW2….

Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS)

Women’s Royal Air Force (WRAF)

Entertainers

Secret Agents

Codebreakers


Women’s Timber Corps

Women’s Land Army

Factory Workers

Women’s Voluntary Service


Grew their own food

Rationed food and clothes

Looked after evacuees


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