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Made in Dagenham


From your research of primary and secondary sources, what judgements have you made about the position and status of British women in the late 1960s?


Begin by talking about your research findings. Use these prompts to focus your talk. Someone in the group should act as a scribe and jot down ideas:

  • What seemed to be the most popular roles for British women in society in the 1960s?
  • How did the sources you read/viewed seem to represent the interests of British women?
  • What types of discrimination against British women did you identify in the sources?
  • What did you gather about the status of British women from different social classes in the 1960s?
  • What movements for change could you identify at this time?

When you have talked through all your findings, you should start to formulate your presentation. These guidelines will support you in preparing your presentation:

Preparing your Presentation