*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority

*Updated* AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority. • Popular uprisings against the Crown: the social, economic, religious and political causes of the Pilgrimage of Grace; the implications for royal authority; Henry VIII and his government’s reaction and the impact of the uprising. • Divine Right and parliamentary authority: the causes of the English Revolution; the New Model Army and the development of political radicalism during the Civil War era; the short and long-term impact of the English Revolution, including the significance of trial and execution of Charles I and Oliver Cromwell and the Commonwealth. • Royal authority and the right to representation: the causes of the American Revolution including the relationship between the government and people; impact and significance of the American Revolution.
liam0001
*Updated* Oliver Cromwell and the Commonwealth

*Updated* Oliver Cromwell and the Commonwealth

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the life of Oliver Cromwell. Explain how and why Oliver Cromwell is significant in English history. Lesson Objective: to what extent has the significance of Oliver Cromwell changed throughout history?
liam0001
*Updated* The Significance of Trial and Execution of King Charles I

*Updated* The Significance of Trial and Execution of King Charles I

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the execution of King Charles I. Explain why King Charles I was executed… Lesson Objective: how significant was the execution of King Charles I on changing the balance of power and authority in England?
liam0001
*Updated* The Events of the English Civil War and the Role of the New Model Army

*Updated* The Events of the English Civil War and the Role of the New Model Army

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the different sides of the English Civil War. Explain the key events of the English Civil War. Lesson Objective: to what extent was the New Model Army responsible for the outcome of the English Civil War?
liam0001
*Updated* The Causes of the English Civil War

*Updated* The Causes of the English Civil War

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the causes of the English Civil War. Explain how and why the English Civil War started. Lesson Objective: what was the most important cause of the English Civil War?
liam0001
*Updated* The Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace and Popular Uprising

*Updated* The Impact of the Pilgrimage of Grace and Popular Uprising

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the Pilgrimage of Grace. Explain how and why the Pilgrimage of Grace is significant. Lesson Objective: to what extent did the Pilgrimage of Grace change the balance of power in England?
liam0001
*Updated* The Causes of the Pilgrimage of Grace

*Updated* The Causes of the Pilgrimage of Grace

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the Pilgrimage of Grace. Explain why King Henry VIII faced a popular uprising in 1536. Lesson Objective: what was the main cause of the Pilgrimage of Grace?
liam0001
*Updated* Henry VIII, Tudor England and 'The Great Matter'

*Updated* Henry VIII, Tudor England and 'The Great Matter'

Updated *Owing to marking the Paper 2: Shaping the Nation, Section A: Thematic Studies 2018 summer examination series for AQA, all of my resources have been amended and updated for students studying the AQA GCSE History syllabus. AQA GCSE History: Britain: Power and the People: c1170 to the Present Day - Part Two: Challenging Royal Authority Describe the problems Henry VIII had during his reign. Explain why the monasteries were useful to Henry VIII. Lesson Objective: how far did the reign of Henry VIII change the dynamic of power between state and Church?
liam0001
KS3 Reading List

KS3 Reading List

To promote wider reading and to help teach independent learning skills. Here is a suggested reading list, lots of My Story books for historical fiction, some academic books to stretch and challenge.
EverythingsR0sie
Stuarts - Complete set of lessons

Stuarts - Complete set of lessons

A complete set of lessons on the Stuarts. Includes a focus on developing the historical skill of interpretation. Was Guy Fawkes guilty? What were the causes of the English Civil War? What happened in the English Civil War and why did the Parliamentarians win? Should Charles I have been executed and what should happen after the execution? Was Cromwell a good or bad man? Which was worse - Great Fire of London or Great Plague? Why did people believe in witches and what happened to them?
Jrw1981
Black Powder by Ally Sherrick - Teachers' resource pack

Black Powder by Ally Sherrick - Teachers' resource pack

Background notes, class activities, discussion topics and writing prompts to support class reading/study of Black Powder by award-winning children’s author, Ally Sherrick. The book, written for children of 9+ and published by Chicken House Books, tells the story of how two cousins, Tom Garnett and Cressida Montague, both Catholics but from very different backgrounds, get caught up in the infamous Gunpowder Plot of 1605. It has won two awards - the Historical Association’s Young Quills Award 2017 and the North Somerset Teachers’ Book Award 2017 (in the ‘Moving on’ category) and been shortlisted for eight others. The notes include a brief synopsis, a short essay by the author on her inspiration for the story, four classroom activities linked to the themes and historical background of the story - for example on spies and spying; religious persecution and prejudice and three topics for extended discussion/written work - for example on heroes, villains and anti-heroes. Key themes which the story and activities link into include: courage and cowardice, bullying and prejudice, family and friendship and acceptance of grief and separation from loved ones.
allysherrick
The Tudors complete Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I (1485-1603)

The Tudors complete Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I (1485-1603)

This bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745 including the Elizabethan religious settlement and conflict with Catholics (including Scotland, Spain and Ireland). The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how people’s lives were shaped by the Tudors from Henry VII to Elizabeth I. I have created and used these lessons over the years to challenge and engage students, but also to show how much fun learning about this part of history really is. Please see the reviews for Elizabeth’s Portraits and the sinking of the Mary Rose to confirm this. Students will learn and understand key historical skills throughout such as continuity and change in dealing with Tudor poverty, the causes and consequences of Henry’s break with Rome, the similarities and differences in how they dealt with threats to their rule in England and from abroad, the significance of Elizabeth I and her conflict with Spain and evaluating sources and interpretations such as the reputation of Mary I. The 20 lessons are broken down into the following: L1 The War of the Roses L2 Did Henry VIII really act as a Gangster? L3 An introduction to Henry VIII L4 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for love? L5 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for faith? L6 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for money? L7 What were the effects of the dissolution of the monasteries L8 Who should Henry VII blame for the sinking of the Mary Rose? L9 How important was the reign of Edward VI? L10 Does Mary I deserve her ‘bloody’ reputation? L11 The young Elizabeth L12 The Elizabethan Settlement (free resource) L13 Elizabeth and the problem of marriage L14 Elizabeth and her portraits L15 How did Elizabeth deal with Mary, Queen of Scots? L16 Lets explore in Tudor times (Kinaesthetic and active lesson) L17 Famous explorers (Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh) L18 The Spanish Armada L19 Elizabeth, poverty and the Poor Law L20 Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations and debate from the BBC and other sources. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. I have included a free lesson to give an idea of what is being offered. Further free lessons on the Tudors can be found by visiting my shop below. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying the Tudors for 9-1 GCSE History as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required. If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
The early Tudors Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VII, Edward VI and Mary I (1485-1558)

The early Tudors Bundle: Henry VII, Henry VII, Edward VI and Mary I (1485-1558)

This bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745. I have designed the lessons to be challenging and engaging as well as fun and enjoyable. The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how peoples’ lives were shaped by the Tudors from Henry VII to Mary I, how they changed the course of British history and why we are still fascinated by their lives today. Students will learn and understand key historical skills throughout; for example, the concepts of continuity and change in dealing with rebellions and pretenders to the throne under Henry VII, recognising the causes and consequences of Henry’s break with Rome, explaining the similarities and differences in the reigns of the Tudors, analysing the significance of Edward VI and evaluating sources and interpretations such as the reputation of Mary I. The 11 lessons are broken down into the following: L1 The War of the Roses L2 A chronological introduction to the Tudors (free lesson) L3 Did Henry VIII really act as a Gangster? L4 An introduction to Henry VIII L5 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for love? L6 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for faith? L7 Did Henry VIII break with Rome for money? L8 What were the effects of the dissolution of the monasteries? L9 Who should Henry VII blame for the sinking of the Mary Rose? L10 How important was the reign of Edward VI? L11 Does Mary I deserve her ‘bloody’ reputation? Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations and debate from the BBC and other sources. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. I have included a free lesson to give an idea of what is being offered. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying the Tudors for GCSE as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required for the step up. If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory Please also check out my other Tudor bundle on Elizabeth I which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-tudors-elizabeth-i-1558-1603-bundle-11940619
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The Tudors: Henry VIII and the break with Rome Bundle

The Tudors: Henry VIII and the break with Rome Bundle

This three lesson bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745. The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how religion in England was shaped by Henry and his decision to divorce Catherine of Aragon. Students will learn and understand key historical skills. These include historical concepts such as continuity and change within the Church of England, the causes and consequences of the break with Rome, similarities and differences in Protestant and Catholic Churches doctrine and the significance of the break with Rome. They will use these skills to make connections, draw contrasts, frame historically valid questions and create their own structured accounts on the break with Rome. The three lessons are broken down into the following: L1 Did Henry break with Rome for love? L2 Did Henry break with Rome for faith? L3 Did Henry break with Rome for money Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations, video clips and debate. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying Henry VIII for GCSE as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required. (For example Edexcel British depth study, Henry VIII and his Ministers 1509-1540, AQA Power and the People c.1170 to present, OCR The English Reformation c.1520-1550). If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
The Tudors: Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Bundle

The Tudors: Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Bundle

This bundle follows the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum - the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745 including the Elizabethan religious settlement and conflict with Catholics (including Scotland, Spain and Ireland). The aims of this bundle are to know and understand how peoples’ lives were shaped by Elizabeth, how she dealt with the threats to her rule and how her legacy lives on today as one of our greatest even Queens. Students will learn and understand key historical skills. These include historical concepts such as continuity and change with a focus on the Elizabethan Poor Law, the causes and consequences of the Elizabethan Settlement, similarities and differences in her portraits and the significance of exploration and the theatre. The 11 lessons are broken down into the following: L1 The young Elizabeth L2 The Elizabethan Settlement (free resource) L3 Elizabeth and her favourites (free resource with a GCSE focus) L4 Elizabeth and the problem of marriage L5 Elizabeth and her portraits L6 How did Elizabeth deal with Mary, Queen of Scots? L7 Lets explore in Tudor times (Kinaesthetic and active lesson) L8 Famous explorers (Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh) L9 The Spanish Armada L10 Elizabeth, poverty and the Poor Law L11 Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe Each lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and are linked to the latest historical interpretations and debate from the BBC and other sources. The lessons are fully adaptable in PowerPoint format and can be changed to suit. I have included a couple of free lessons to give an idea of what is being offered. Although this bundle is aimed at Key Stage 3, it is ideal if you are studying Elizabeth I for 9-1 GCSE as it covers the main themes, concepts and skills required for the new specifications. If you like this bundle, please review it and choose any of my resources worth up to £3 for free: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
The Tudors: Elizabeth and the problems of marriage

The Tudors: Elizabeth and the problems of marriage

Elizabeth has some tough choices to make in this lesson. Who should she choose to marry if at all? Why was there so much pressure upon her to marry in the first place? Students prioritise the reasons for marriage on a grid before they analyse the potential suitors in Europe, complete with their availability and faults (on paper of course). The plenary focuses on a dinner date with all of them and students decide who Elizabeth would like to sit near the most and who would be placed at the far end of the table. The resource comes in PDF and Powerpoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory Please review this resource and receive a free Tudor key word literacy display worth £3 which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tudor-key-word-history-display-11653246
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The Tudors: Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe

The Tudors: Elizabethan Theatre and the Globe

The aims of this lesson are for students to recognise how theatres changed under Elizabeth from their early days as travelling performers with a poor reputation playing in pubs and fields to purpose built theatres such as the Globe paid for by wealthy Patrons such as the Earl of Leicester. Students know through their links to their English lessons quite a lot already about Shakespeare and this lesson taps into their knowledge and builds upon it with a thinking quilt to examine how the theatre developed. Furthermore there is a focus on Shakespeare’s plays and inspiration as well as an analysis of the Globe theatre. There is some excellent video footage to complement the learning tasks. This lesson is suited to both Key Stages 3 and 4. An exam question for GCSE practice (differentiated) on the significance of the Elizabethan theatre sets up the students for later learning and skills. The lesson finishes with an odd one out task which will revisit the aims of the lesson and how Tudor theatres still have an impact today. The resource comes in PDF and PowerPoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory Please review this resource and receive a free Tudor key word literacy display worth £3 which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tudor-key-word-history-display-11653246
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The Tudors: Poverty and the Elizabethan Poor Law of 1601

The Tudors: Poverty and the Elizabethan Poor Law of 1601

The aims of this lesson are to explain the ideas behind the Elizabethan Poor Law and to assess its impact on Elizabethan society and beyond. This lesson focuses on the changing attitude towards the poor in Elizabethan England. Students first of all have to understand the reasons for poverty which have been caused by many factors such as local landowners as well as by the actions of Henry VIII in his break with Rome. One of their tasks is to write to the local landowner, using suggested key argument words, to express their sympathy for the poor which was in sort supply in the Elizabethan era. As well as source analysis, students learn the so called tricks of the trade for begging and how Tudor propaganda shaped these negative views of the poor. Students subsequently have to analyse the new Elizabethan Poor Law and assess its significance and impact upon society as a whole. The final task is to talk like an historian and answer the quiz picking up points for the harder questions. The resource comes in PDF and PowerPoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
The Tudors: Famous Tudor Explorers and Navigators - Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh

The Tudors: Famous Tudor Explorers and Navigators - Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh

The aims of this lesson are to recognise the achievements of three famous ‘seadogs’ in Elizabeth’s reign and decide which one deserves the most recognition in a seafaring ‘Hall of Fame’. Students are led through the journeys and discoveries of sailors in Elizabethan England from the Cabot brothers to Gerardus Mercator and his brilliant Atlas  giving the navigator a map where a line of constant bearing would cross all meridians at the same angle. The context for the students and sailors achievements and the problems they encountered are given through learning activities such as play your cards right, video evidence, a true or false quiz anda plotting exercise of Sir Francis Drake’s circumnavigation of the globe on a blank world map. The main task is to analyse and evaluate the achievements of Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh with differentiated resource materials. Students are given specific criteria to judge this before ultimately deciding who had the greatest impact on Elizabethan exploration. The lesson concludes with a key word game under timed conditions The resource comes in PDF and PowerPoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory Please review the resource and receive a free Tudor timeline display worth £3 which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tudor-key-word-history-display-11653246
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Elizabeth I, Written assessment, Ks3

Elizabeth I, Written assessment, Ks3

A written assessment looking at the problems Elizabeth I faced and how she dealt with them. Assessment title: ‘Why is Elizabeth seen as such a strong monarch?’ Revision Powerpoint, revision sheet, differentiated assessment also included.
Danqaz
KS3 Assessments

KS3 Assessments

A range of assessments which cover topics often taught to KS3 students. Grade boundaries are linked to the new 9-1 grading system.
franshah
Y7  Spring 2 homework booklet 'The Stuarts' History KS3

Y7 Spring 2 homework booklet 'The Stuarts' History KS3

A homework booklet with 35 pages for the spring 2 half term of year 7. The focus is on learning homework ready for a starter or exit quiz in lessons. Each homework comes with a revision activity as well. This terms homework focuses on Stuart England and includes: Contents Who were the Stuarts? Why did the Civil War start? Roundheads v Cavaliers Weapons & Battles Why was the King executed? Cromwell ‘hero or villain’? Which witch is which? The ‘Merry Monarch’ London’s burning The Catholic King & his ‘Glorious’ daughter Instructions for pupils are: Each week in History, you will have a fact test on work you completed the week before in lessons. For homework revise the information on the topic which you learnt in your lesson and be ready to answer ten factual questions based on that work. To help you revise there are revision activities to do for each topic. At the start of each half term and new term in History you will have a fact test which covers ALL the topics you have studied so far. Use this homework booklet to revise for your factual tests. If you continually fail your factual tests (less than half marks) you will have to stay after school to retake your tests. Your teacher will be able to help you one to one to ensure you are learning.
Histaldy
Y7 Spring 1 Homework Booklet 'Tudor England'  History KS3

Y7 Spring 1 Homework Booklet 'Tudor England' History KS3

A homework booklet with 28 pages for the third half term of year 7. The focus is on learning homework ready for a starter or exit quiz in lessons. Each homework comes with a revision activity as well. This terms homework is about Tudor England and includes: Contents Tudor Kings and Queens Life in 1485 – comparison with 1066 King Henry VII’s problems & successes of his reign What did Protestants protest about? Why did Henry VIII break with Rome? Religious changes under Henry VIII & Edward VI How ‘bloody’ was Bloody Mary? Elizabeth’s Middle Way The Catholic & Puritan threats against Elizabeth I To what extent did religion change under the Tudors? Instructions for pupils are: Each week in History, you will have a fact test on work you completed the week before in lessons. For homework revise the information on the topic which you learnt in your lesson and be ready to answer ten factual questions based on that work. To help you revise there are revision activities to do for each topic. At the start of each half term and new term in History you will have a fact test which covers ALL the topics you have studied so far. Use this homework booklet to revise for your factual tests. If you continually fail your factual tests (less than half marks) you will have to stay after school to retake your tests. Your teacher will be able to help you one to one to ensure you are learning.
Histaldy
The Tudors: A chronological introduction to the Tudors

The Tudors: A chronological introduction to the Tudors

This lesson can be used as an introduction to the Tudors. The key skill of chronology is introduced from the start as students decide which Tudor came first to which came last. Key questions floating past the screen as well as the wall of mystery give clues and answers to some interesting and gruesome facts on the Tudor family. Students have the chance to create their own timelines, factual displays, key question and answer quizzes or an A-Z of Tudor facts. The lesson finishes which two plenaries to choose from which both test their new found knowledge. The resource comes in PDF and Powerpoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory
PilgrimHistory
Elizabeth I crossword

Elizabeth I crossword

A crossword that asks questions of the reign of Elizabeth I - could be used as a homework, a revision tool or as a plenary activity.
richbailey64
Elizabeth I, Introduction and Religion, Ks3

Elizabeth I, Introduction and Religion, Ks3

Ks3 single lesson (7/8). An introduction to Elizabeth and how she handled religion and her ‘Middle way’. Lesson is part of a SOW on problems Elizabeth faced during her reign. Lesson has been kept as plain and simple as possible for easy editing/differentiating. All tasks are in the PP. Tasks include: Note-taking Decision making Extended writing
Danqaz
The Tudors: How did religion change under Elizabeth I?

The Tudors: How did religion change under Elizabeth I?

This lesson aims to explore how Elizabeth approached the difficult subject of religion. Students are given the context of the religious situation left to Elizabeth by her predecessors, which will then give them answers as to why she took a calm and pragmatic approach to it. Furthermore they have to decide through a colour coding exercise which were the smallest and major problems she faced with religion before deciphering her religious settlement using a text mapping activity. Key questions can be used to understand the decisions she took. A sequencing activity inspired by Carmel Bones reinforces the learning of the lesson and its significance The resource gives suggested teaching strategies and comes in PDF and Powerpoint format. It can be amended and changed to suit. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources for Elizabeth as well as a full revision guide for the AQA GCSE 9-1 Elizabeth course which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-9-1-revision-guide-elizabethan-england-c-1568-1603-11806156 Any reviews will be greatly appreciated
PilgrimHistory
Castles Topic year 2

Castles Topic year 2

Refers to the national curriculum objectives for history, geography, art and D+T. This bundle includes a terms worth of topic lessons and resources including ActivInspire flipcharts and worksheets with success criteria.
Kayleighp92
Spanish Amarda and its defeat in 1588: Using sources to teach the lesson

Spanish Amarda and its defeat in 1588: Using sources to teach the lesson

The resource uses several sources to teach the defeat of the Spanish Armada. It explains how the regime of Elizabeth 1 defeated the Spanish armada sent by the king of Spain. Interactive lesson prepared using f first hand information- primary sources and other evidence to explain facts opinion and other historical concepts. Prepared for KS3. GCSE History.
geo_pal2000
The Tudors: What was the young Elizabeth I like?

The Tudors: What was the young Elizabeth I like?

What was the young Elizabeth like and how did her background and upbringing prepare her to be a Queen. Moreover how did the foundations of her life enable her as a woman to be strong in a man’s world? This lesson attempts to examine her attributes rowing up but also shows how luck and ruthlessness also played a later part in her life. Students build up a picture of her early life through pictures, sources and video evidence before explaining her character and noting the problems she faced and how she overcame them from a young age. The resource comes in PDF and Powerpoint formats if there is a wish to adapt and change. I have also included suggested teaching strategies and differentiated resources to deliver the lesson. If you like this resource, please visit my shop where I have created further resources on the Tudors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/PilgrimHistory Please review this resource and receive a free Tudor key word literacy display worth £3 which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tudor-key-word-history-display-11653246
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