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Motte and Bailey Castles

Motte and Bailey Castles

A lesson that allows students to consider how Motte and Bailey Castles were developed and their advantages and disadvantages
mgibbons
Anglo-Saxon and Norman  England, 1060-1087: Revision guide

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England, 1060-1087: Revision guide

A GCSE revision guide for the Anglo-Saxon and Norman England unit. Primarily written for the Edexcel specification but content could also be transferred to other exam boards. The revision guide covers the following areas: 1. What Anglo-Saxon England was like in 1060. 2. Role of different individuals on the course. 3. A succession crisis and contenders to the throne. 4. The events and battles of 1066. 5. How William consolidated control of England after 1066. 6. Revolts against Norman authority. 7. Changes to England under the Normans, 1066-1087. There is an exam breakdown included within the guide. Content is simplified but still in depth which will help students reach a grade 9 on the new GCSE. It can be used as teaching tool, revision or homework activities.
MrHistory
Henry II and law & order in the later Middle Ages - Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History Crime and Punishment

Henry II and law & order in the later Middle Ages - Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History Crime and Punishment

Students consider change and continuity between the Normans and the later Middle Ages, including Henry II and the introduction of the Common Law. Students first watch a clip from Tony Robinson's crime & punishment series [available on YouTube] which considers the impact of the changes introduced by Henry II. They are then asked to complete a categorisation activity with extension tasks, before attempting a 4 mark 'explain the difference' question.
tyrannosaurus69
Norman crime and punishment - Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History Crime and Punishment in Britain

Norman crime and punishment - Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History Crime and Punishment in Britain

After watching a clip from Tony Robinson's Crime & Punishment series [available on YouTube] on the impact of the Norman Invasion on crime & punishment, students complete a 'speed dating' exercise using either the Pearson Crime & Punishment textbook or the information included on the PowerPoint slides. Students are then required to think about why the Normans needed to increase their authority, before attempting a 12 mark 'explain' question. To support the students with the exam question there is a model answer and success criteria.
tyrannosaurus69
PLC BUNDLE - OCR GCSE History B : The People’s Health, c.1250 to present; Crime and Punishment, c.1250 to present; Migrants to Britain, c.1250 to present; The Norman Conquest, 1065–1087; The Elizabethans, 1580–1603; Britain in Peace and War, 1900–1918; Viking Expansion, c.750–c.1050; The Mughal Empire, 1526–1707; The Making of America, 1789–1900; The First Crusade, c.1070–1100; Aztecs and the Spanish Conquest, 1519–1535; Living under Nazi Rule, 1933–1945 - Includes 4 Different Formats! [£1,30 with Code!!!]

PLC BUNDLE - OCR GCSE History B : The People’s Health, c.1250 to present; Crime and Punishment, c.1250 to present; Migrants to Britain, c.1250 to present; The Norman Conquest, 1065–1087; The Elizabethans, 1580–1603; Britain in Peace and War, 1900–1918; Viking Expansion, c.750–c.1050; The Mughal Empire, 1526–1707; The Making of America, 1789–1900; The First Crusade, c.1070–1100; Aztecs and the Spanish Conquest, 1519–1535; Living under Nazi Rule, 1933–1945 - Includes 4 Different Formats! [£1,30 with Code!!!]

!!! Download this for £1,30 : Just enter the code JANUARY90* at the checkout *Expires Jan 31st, ONLY for new accounts/ first buyers This download includes 12 (x4=48) Personal Learning Checklists for GCSE History B (OCR Specification) and covers the topic of: - The People’s Health, c.1250 to present - Crime and Punishment, c.1250 to present - Migrants to Britain, c.1250 to present - The Norman Conquest, 1065–1087 - The Elizabethans, 1580–1603 - Britain in Peace and War, 1900–1918 - Viking Expansion, c.750–c.1050 - The Mughal Empire, 1526–1707 - The Making of America, 1789–1900 - The First Crusade, c.1070–1100 - Aztecs and the Spanish Conquest, 1519–1535 - Living under Nazi Rule, 1933–1945. The download includes 4 different versions of PLCs for you to choose from! Each with slightly different reflection/target-setting activities.This means you can give students the PLC at different points in the year without it being too repetitive and boring for them. A single-slide PowerPoint is included: if you wish you can copy and paste this slide into your lesson, it contains instructions (and a timer) for your students). This double-sided A4 worksheet is great for: -Revision lessons -AfL -Fostering teacher-student dialogue -Directed Individual Reflection Time (DIRT) -Exam preparation This is an ideal tool for your students to help them keep track of their learning, and help you monitor the classes strengths and weaknesses. It serves as a highly efficient form of self-assessment. The first side is a PLC with two ways for the student to rate confidence for each of the sub-topics and the second side features other useful measures that allow teachers to gauge a student's confidence and reflective abilities. The worksheet: -Allows the student to see clearly what they need to know for the exam. -Allows the student to communicate to their teacher how they can be best helped. -Gets the student to analyse their progress in relation to their target grade. -Encourages students to reflect in a structured manner on their necessary revision focusses. -Gets students to establish both a revision and an exam technique focus.
Maxi88