British Liberal Reforms 

Tuesday, June 09 2009 | 12:00 PM (GMT Standard Time)

The class is over

Duration:
35 minutes
Presented by:
View Recording

System & Device Check

About the Class

A discussion of how the Liberal Party modernised social policies in Britain in the early 1900s. How did the country move from leaving the poor to fend for themselves, to forming a social welfare system? Why? How? Were the changes effective? What were the reactions?

Language of instruction:

Keywords: liberal, reforms, britain, history, british

Attendees in the class (7)

Discussion

slimane boughenama

hello i want to join you in this group. i am from algeria

1549 days 3 hours 13 minutes ago

Jennifer Cranch

Great lesson, will be reviewing the
recording later for any points I missed.
Pity more in the class didn''t ask
questions.

1961 days 13 hours 12 minutes ago

About Bradley Phipps
(Teacher)

  • Bradley Phipps
    Bradley Phipps
  • 1 Follower
  • 1 Member recommends

Profile Summary

I'm currently a university student studying History & Politics, having gained 3 A*s in my A-Levels. With a view to becoming a teacher in the future, I offer cheap and free tuition online and in person for both history and politics. I am particularly keen to teach A-Level History or Government and Politics, but other levels are also covered. English - particularly as a second language - may also available on request.

I have gained real-life teaching experience from a young age through occasional teaching in secondary schools.