4.4 Workers fight for their rights vht2a 7-6-2024

Workers fight for their rights
section 4.4
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Workers fight for their rights
section 4.4

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Lesson plan
- Targets for today
- Discuss section 4, Ch. 4
- Work in project groups
- Evaluation
- Planning for next class

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- You can explain how and when the Netherlands became an industrial society
- You can explain what socialism is about and why there were two groups of socialists
- You can explain what a social law is and provide an example of that.

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= a political movement which wants more equality 
In other words, more power to the people (people = working class)

Founder: Karl Marx
Workers all over the world should unite to get the power from the rich people through a revolution

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Provide the definition of the term: socialism.

Slide 5 - Open question

2 movements within socialism
  1. Communism: more equality through violence 
  2. Social democracy: more equality through universal suffrage and trade unions

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Which two movements are there within socialism?

Slide 7 - Open question

The social question
= the question of how the problem of the bad living and working conditions of the working class should be solved. 
( who were part of the working class?)

Answer--> Social laws: laws were made to help people (usually financially) 

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What is the social question about?

Slide 9 - Open question

Social laws 
  1. Van Houtens Childrens Law: abolition child labour and the introduction of compulsory education
  2. Minimum wages
  3. A max on the daily working hours

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Provide at least one example of a social law?

Slide 11 - Open question

What would a factory owner think about these social laws? Why?

Slide 12 - Open question

What would a factory worker think about these social laws? Why?

Slide 13 - Open question

What is the most important aspect of socialism?
Power to the king

Slide 14 - Quiz

Karl Marx- founder of socialism
Karl Marx was the founder of socialism. He believed that there would always be a conflict between the proletariat (workers) and the bourgeoisie (wealthy bourgeoisie).

This would only disappear through a workers' revolution, in which everything would come into the possession of the state.

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What do you know about Karl Marx? Explain.

Slide 16 - Open question

Work in project groups
Go and sit in your groups for the project
You are allowed to discuss
20 minutes
Collect your planning forms and don't forget to fill them in and to add it to your collection for your final version of your newspaper!

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Homework & planning next class
- Continue working on the project
- Revision exercise ch. 4, section 4 (The odd one out)
- Complete ex. 3 to 9 of Ch. 4, section 4 of your book

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What have you learned today about socialism, social laws, social question and Karl Marx? Explain how they are connect to each other.

Slide 19 - Open question