Ireland 1801-1921 Lessons 16-23 The Ulster crisis PowerPoint presentations OHTs Other visual sources used in various lessons. Gary Hillyard, Ashfield School ‘Ireland in Schools’ NPS School of Education, U. Nottingham. Menu
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Gary Hillyard, Ashfield School
‘Ireland in Schools’ NPS School of Education, U. Nottingham
Lesson 22 How did Irish Nationalism develop between 1890 & 1914?
Photographs of Sir Edward Carson & James Craig
Ulster unionist anti-Home Rule postcard
Lesson 23 How would nationalist groups react to the events of 1890-1914?
Cartoon from The Bystander, 1914: ‘The change in Ireland’
Lessons 24-5 What is the future of Ireland 1?
Map: Ulster & the religious divide
To examine the ways in which Irish nationalism developed during this period.How did Irish Nationalism develop between 1890 and 1914?
Read through the information sheet to help you fill out your worksheet.
Homework – to work through and complete all sections of the workbook on unionism.
To learn how successive British governments tried to deal with the Irish situation.
To assess the reaction of the main strands of nationalism to these events.How would the Nationalist groups react to the events of 1890-1914?
Cartoon from The Bystander, 1914:
‘The change in Ireland’
Lesson 23 – OHT
How would you summarise
the situation in 1914?
What was the future of the Irish
To prepare for a multi-party discussion about the future of Ireland.What is the future of Ireland?
You are all going to be representing the different nationalist groups involved in the Irish situation at this time. You will prepare your answers to a series of questions which need to be discussed. You must use your notes and the provided information sheets to help you to prepared.
All Party Discussion:
The Future of Ireland
Nationalism and Unionism. From Union to Partition by E. Brennan & S. Gillespie, Cambridge, 0521466059, p. 74
Lesson 24-5 – w/s