Learning Outcome 2.1:Recognise how a pattern of settlement and plantation influenced identity on the island of Ireland, referring to one example of a pattern of settlement, such as the growth of towns, and one plantation.
Learning Outcome 2.2:Investigate the role and significance of two leaders involved in the parliamentary tradition in Irish politics.
Learning Outcome 2.3:Explore how the physical force tradition impacted on Irish politics, with particular reference to a pre-twentieth century example of a rebellion.
Learning Outcome 2.4:Examine the rise and impact of nationalism and unionism in Ireland, including key events between 1911 and 1923.
Learning Outcome 2.5:Identify the causes, course and consequences of the Northern Ireland Troubles and their impact on North-South and Anglo-Irish relations.
Exploring people, culture and ideas
Learning Outcome 2.6:Consider the historical significance of Christianity on the island of Ireland, including its contribution to culture and society in the Early Christian period.
Learning Outcome 2.7:Investigate the causes, course and consequences, nationally and internationally, of the Great Famine, and examine the significance of the Irish Diaspora.
Learning Outcome 2.8:Describe the impact of war on the lives of Irish people, referring to either World War One or World War Two.
Learning Outcome 2.9:Explain how the experience of women in Irish society changed during the twentieth century.
Learning Outcome 2.10:Examine how one sporting, cultural or social movement impacted on Irish life.
Applying historical thinking
Learning Outcome 2.11:Make connections between local, personal or family history and wider national and/ or international personalities, issues and events.
Learning Outcome 2.12:Debate the idea that the 1960s was an important decade on the island of Ireland, referring to relevant personalities, issues and events.
Learning Outcome 2.13:Analyse the evolution and development of Ireland’s links with Europe.