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Viking Journey Activity

Viking Journey Activity

A blank map activity that can be used to get children to show where Vikings originate from as well as where they settled. Children can then map out the potential journey the Vikings took to get to the various places through the use of arrows. Included is a map of Europe showing where the Vikings settled and raided to support children.
krisgreg30
Durham Cathedral (AQA 9-1)

Durham Cathedral (AQA 9-1)

PowerPoint based on Durham Cathedral, the Historical Environment for the 16 mark question in the Normans module for AQA. This PowerPoint is to be used alongside the resource pack that AQA have given and can be found on their website. Guardian video is hidden behind picture as a hyperlink, this is a good introduction.
02parsim
Medicine Case Study - The Death of Kind Charles II (Brilliant Lesson!)

Medicine Case Study - The Death of Kind Charles II (Brilliant Lesson!)

King Charles II is dying, and only the expert knowledge of the best doctors in the UK can save his life. This lesson was created to be used in the Medicine Through Time SoW, but can be used with other year groups or as a revision activity. This lessons is a decision making exercise that builds on the pupils knowledge of Medieval medical treatments. Students need to use what they have learned to complete several rounds of a decision making activity to try to save the life of the King. Each round they are scored on how effective their treatment would have been. This is an excellent lesson as it is fun, memorable and challenging.
laumorrow
Two lessons - Black Death and Public Health

Two lessons - Black Death and Public Health

All images taken from Googles filter settings - For reuse, modification, and commercial. This PowerPoint is detailed and incorporates English, Geography, and Science You can use this over two lessons - depending on your class I try to use pictures where I can, to appeal to those students who find lots of text too challenging Worksheet 1 - This can be used for students to write on with additional information about the sources. Slide 1 - Title page Slide 2 - Starter - Dictionary work Slide 3 - Supplementary starter if you don't have access to dictionaries for your students. Slide 4 - Map reading skills about the spread of the Black Death - four questions Slide 5 - So…what IS Black Death from a bacterial point of view and how did it spread? Slide 6 - Affects of the Black Death on the body - with pictures Slide 7 - Students attempt to evaluate the reasons why Black Death was able to spread - using information about the state of Medieval towns. Slide 8 - Who/what was blamed for the Black death? Slide 9 - Dealing with the Black Death Slide 10 - Consequences of the Black Death Slide 11 - Source - Boccaccio's 'The plague of Florence In 1348’ - This can be a GCSE question you set in class at the end of lesson 2 (or at the end of lesson 1 if your get through the whole PowerPoint). Slide 12 - Source - From the Dance of Death by Michael Wolgemut (1493) - This can be the homework to set for your students.
Masada12
KS2 The Vikings - Danelaw

KS2 The Vikings - Danelaw

Activities that can be used when teaching the Vikings in KS2. Included is a map activity that requires children to colour the map based on Danelaw and a set of questions that then finishes with a mini-essay style question where children have to apply their knowledge to respond to a statement.
krisgreg30
Public Health in Medieval Towns

Public Health in Medieval Towns

This lesson incorporates, knowledge, explanation, GSCE question, and homework opportunity. Included are: Worksheet 1 - True/False worksheet, Worksheet 2 - Homework, PPT - whole lesson Slide 1 - Title - lesson objective for the buyer to complete. Slide 2 - Starter - picture of The Shambles, in York Slide 3 - Make a list, bullet points, or mindmap of what you think Public Health is about. Slide 4 - Did the government do anything to help keep towns clean? Slide 5 - Activity - True or false statements - students put a 'T' for true and 'F' for false. on the worksheet. If you haven't access to a photocopier you can use this as a group competition activity. Slide 6 - Answers to slide 6 - students can swap papers, mark, then glue into their books. Homework opportunity - Make flashcards about the true statements. Slide 7 - GCSE style question - Stretch and Challenge/differentiation - you may want to elect some students to use their true/false statements as support, others you may want to challenge them to do their GCSE question without their statements. Slide 8 - Homework
Masada12
Medieval Surgery - 11th to 14th Century

Medieval Surgery - 11th to 14th Century

This lesson allows for the learning of surgery during the early Medieval era. It instils information and knowledge of people, which, allows students to attempt a GCSE question at the end. Worksheet 1 - (slide 3 and 4) This is intended for individual, paired or group activity. Students here, must highlight or underline the parts which they think show good or improved surgery. Worksheet 2 - Slide 1 - Title Slide 2 - Starter Slide 3 and 4 - This goes with worksheet 1 Slide 5 - Who practiced surgery - with a mini task Slide 6 - What could a surgeon do? Mindmap with information and pictures Slide 7 - Students create a mindmap, which will form the basis of their GCSE question. Slide 8 - This GSCE style question allows for the student to make an educated decision from knowledge gained in the lesson, as to how good Medieval surgery was.
Masada12
BBC Vikings documentary worksheet

BBC Vikings documentary worksheet

This worksheet accompanies the 2012 BBC documentary resented by Neil Oliver, Vikings Episode 1. The documentary focuses on building an understanding of the proto-Viking peoples of Scandinavia through an examination of archaeological evidence. It is designed for students of the NSW History K-10 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Stage 4 Depth Study 4: The Western and Islamic World The Vikings
WayneWoods