Students first re-cap some of the key pieces of legislation that they have considered in the topic so far, before learning more about the impact of Britain’s entry into the EEC/EU on patterns of migration to Britain.
The enquiry emphasises the benefits of EU migration for Britain, as students are challenged to categorise evidence about the economic and social impacts of EU migrants on British life.
Finally, students are equipped to answer a 4-mark exam question, in which they compare the reasons for European Union migration in the 21st century with the reasons for Irish migration in the 19th century.
- Lesson presentation: PowerPoint
- Lesson write-up: PDF
- Worksheet 1-3: PDF