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Buy Your Own Cherries
A film showing the ill effects that alcohol can have on the individual and their family in an effort to promote temperance.
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History / Victorians / Edwardians: Describe the different outfits worn by the men how does this reflect their class.
PSE: Look at the treatment of each man by the barmaid. Why do you think she treats them differently?
History / Standard Grade 1830s-1930s / Health and Wellbeing: Research the Temperance Movement. What impact did this have on working class families?
Moving Image Education / Media Studies / English: Put your own dialogue / music to this film or create a drama.
Health and Wellbeing: Research what it means to take the pledge today and what organisations assist in this process.
English: Compare lists of how the house looks and how the family behave before and after he has given up drinking.
Compare this film to the other Temperance film on this site.
PSE / Health and Wellbeing: Discuss whether people think differently about people who are addicted to drugs as opposed to those addicted to drink.
Health and Wellbeing / PSE: Discuss whether you think it would be a good idea if there was an anti-drug movement organized on the same basis as the Temperance Movement.
Health and Wellbeing / PSE: Research whether drink or drugs are more dangerous to the individual and society. Debate the issue
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