How Far did the Normans change Anglo Saxon justice?

How Far did the Normans change Anglo Saxon justice?

How Far did the Normans change Anglo Saxon justice? Suited for the GCSE Crime and Punishment Edexcel - this includes a slide show on the Norman way of life, how William got to power and a board game to help pupils develop their understanding of the Norman approaches to justice. By the end, pupils should be able to analyse the degree and depth of continuity and change from the Anglo Saxon period.
joeyw1
The Black Death - Past, Present and Future

The Black Death - Past, Present and Future

Worksheet created for YouTube video on the Black Death - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySClB6-OH-Q. Is great for an introductory lesson to the subject of the Middle Ages and the Black Death, or a summary when all of the aspects of the Black Death have been studied. Good for lower to middle secondary students.
kjackson107
How did people view the Black Death?

How did people view the Black Death?

A lesson which looks at how people in the Middle Ages understood the Black Death. The starter activities clarify the facts about the Black Death, explaining how it really spread, the symptoms and its effects. PLEASE CHECK THE VIDEO IS APPROPRIATE FOR YOUR CLASS. My students loved seeing the re-enactment of the symptoms and tbh it’s really no worse than the state of myself by the end of term but please check that it’s not too graphic for your class. The activities will work without this video. My weaker classes complete the cloze exercise and then analyse the causes and cures. They then use a writing frame to produce a Black Death Diary ensuring that the information they include is true to medieval ideas. My stronger classes complete the cloze exercise and then use a collection of sources to work out the causes and cures for themselves, recording these in a table. They then wrote the diary without the writing frame
katherinelroe
Did Robin Hood really exist?

Did Robin Hood really exist?

This unit will take approximately two hours including assessment writing time. The starter activities ask students to pool their prior knowledge about Robin Hood using video clips as prompts. This then leads into a discussion about fact, fiction and legend and how the modern tale came into existence. Students then use a collection of sources to complete a research table considering whether or not Robin Hood was a real historical figure or a fictional character. A simplified SEN collection of sources is also included. The final assessment is a discursive essay which asks student to consider both arguments before reaching an overall verdict. A mark scheme is included.
katherinelroe
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
YEAR 7 - FINAL EXAMINATION PAPER

YEAR 7 - FINAL EXAMINATION PAPER

Tis is a long, well written final examination paper for your year 7 students. The topics that are tested are: Norman Conquest (William Duke of Normandy), Crusades, King John and Magna Carta, Peasants’ Revolt.
MrFokion
How serious was Warbeck's threat to Henry VII?

How serious was Warbeck's threat to Henry VII?

PPT on the the seriousness of the threat posed to Henry VII by Perkin Warbeck. This resource can be used for the AQA Depth Studies Wars of the Roses unit or AQA’s Tudors Breadth unit. It can also be used for other exam boards such as Edexcel or OCR.
silentrunning
Year 7 assessments Autumn term

Year 7 assessments Autumn term

Two Y7 assessments for the Autumn term based on the medieval topic. Uses GCSE question starters and includes both markscheme. Assessment 1 Section A Background to the Battle of Hastings – True or False task The Battle of Hastings – Circle the Word / Multiple Choice Why did William win the Battle of Hastings? Tick & link reasons task Bayeux Tapestry task What if… task Section B Why did William win the Battle of Hastings? (12) Assessment 2 Section A Describe a Motte and Bailey castle. Section B What can be learnt from sources A and B about life in the Middle Ages? (4) Section C Use Source C and your own knowledge to describe the Domesday Book. (5 marks) Student assessment sheets also include tips on how to answer the questions Mark schemes include indicative content as well as bands for marking
Histaldy
Y7 Autumn 2 homework booklet 'Medieval England 1066-1485' History KS3

Y7 Autumn 2 homework booklet 'Medieval England 1066-1485' History KS3

A homework booklet with 16 pages for the second 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 Medieval England 1066 and includes: Contents Motte & Bailey castles Stone / Square keep castles Medieval Church Thomas Beckett Magna Carta Causes & symptoms of Black Death Causes of Peasants revolt Consequences of Peasants revolt 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
Year 7 Autumn 1 homework booklet "Medieval England 1066-1485' HISTORY KS3

Year 7 Autumn 1 homework booklet "Medieval England 1066-1485' HISTORY KS3

A homework booklet with 21 pages for the first half term of year 7. The focus is on learning homeworks ready for a starter or exit quiz in lessons. Each homework comes with a revision activity as well. This terms homework focuses on Medieval England and includes: Contents Skills in History: Introduction to History, chronology of Medieval monarchs Skills in History: Timelines, Sources and Interpretations England in 1066 Background to England 1066 & contenders for the throne Battle of Stamford Bridge and effects Events of the Battle of Hastings Outcomes of Battle of Hastings Revision for assessment Feudal System Domesday Book Revision for Fact test 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
Medicine through time mind maps

Medicine through time mind maps

Contains: Pre-historic Ancient Greek Ancient Egyptian Roman medicine Galen Medieval medicine Renaissance Vesalius Harvey Pare 19th Century medicine- disease 19th Century medicine- Doctors 19th Century medicine- Public health 19th Century medicine- Surgery 20th Century medicine- disease 20th Century medicine- Public health 20th Century medicine- Surgery Penicillin
mpercival1
KS3 The First Crusade topic, Lessons 1-6 bundle

KS3 The First Crusade topic, Lessons 1-6 bundle

This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the second half of the Spring term. It is a 6 lesson enquiry into the question: What did the Crusades ever do for us? There are a range of engaging activities for the students to complete throughout each lesson. It is differentiated so that students of all abilities can access the lessons confidently. There is also an assessment lesson that enables the students to revise the content from the topic and then plan and answer a GCSE style exam question. This is a question stem geared towards the AQA specification. The question is focused on the concept of significance which can be found in Paper 2. The question in the assessment lesson is as follows: Explain the significance of the First Crusade between 1095 and 1099. [8 marks] Please let me know how you found these lessons and I am happy to receive your reviews so that I can continue to improve my own teaching and learning practise.
cenkemal4
KS3 The First Crusade - Lesson 6 - Assessment

KS3 The First Crusade - Lesson 6 - Assessment

Lesson title: Why was the First Crusade so significant? Learning Objective: Preparing for an assessment to explain the importance of the First Crusade This lesson enables students to carry out revision of the key content from the Crusades topic. They will then plan and then write a response to a GCSE style exam question to give them practise for the AQA specification. The question focuses on the concept of significance that can be found in Paper 2 of the GCSE AQA spec. The question is: Explain the significance of the First Crusade between 1095 and 1099. [8 marks]
cenkemal4
KS3 The First Crusade - Lesson 4 - Siege of Jersualem

KS3 The First Crusade - Lesson 4 - Siege of Jersualem

Lesson title: What happened when the Crusaders finally arrived at Jerusalem? Learning Objective: Explaining the key features of the siege of Jerusalem in 1099 There is a differentiated worksheet ‘The First Crusade Fact File’ that has been included for lower-ability students.
cenkemal4
KS3 The First Crusade - Lesson 1 - The Wars of the Cross

KS3 The First Crusade - Lesson 1 - The Wars of the Cross

This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the second half of the Spring term. It is a 6 lesson enquiry into the question: What did the Crusades ever do for us? There are a range of engaging activities for the students to complete throughout each lesson. It is differentiated so that students of all abilities can access the lessons confidently. Lesson title: What were the Wars of the Cross? Learning Objective: **Describing why Jerusalem was an important city for Christians, Muslims and Jews and **Examining why the Pope ordered the Crusades **
cenkemal4
KS3 Medieval Life topic, Lessons 1-7 bundle

KS3 Medieval Life topic, Lessons 1-7 bundle

This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the Spring term. It is a 7 lesson enquiry into the question: What was life like in Medieval England? There are a range of engaging activities for the students to complete throughout each lesson. It is differentiated so that students of all abilities can access the lessons confidently. Please let me know how you found these lessons and I am happy to receive your reviews so that I can continue to improve my own teaching and learning practise. NB: There are some lessons where the KS3 textbook by Aaron Wilkes might be helpful (but other textbooks that you have available can be equally as helpful). The title I use is ‘Invasion, Plague and Murder’.
cenkemal4
KS3 Medieval Life - Lesson 1 - Life for ordinary people overview

KS3 Medieval Life - Lesson 1 - Life for ordinary people overview

This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the Spring term. It is a 7 lesson enquiry into the question: What was life like in Medieval England? Lesson title: What was life like for ordinary people at the beginning of the Medieval era? Learning Objective: Describing some key features of life in England during the Medieval period NB: There are some lessons where the KS3 textbook by Aaron Wilkes would be helpful (but other textbooks that you have available can be equally as helpful). The title I use is ‘Invasion, Plague and Murder’.
cenkemal4
KS3 Norman Conquest of England topic, Lessons 1-5 bundle

KS3 Norman Conquest of England topic, Lessons 1-5 bundle

This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the second half of the Autumn term. It is a 5 lesson enquiry into the question: **How did William conquer England? There are a range of engaging activities for the students to complete throughout each lesson. It is differentiated so that students of all abilities can access the lessons confidently. There is also an assessment lesson included in the bundle which you can use at the end of the topic to test students’ knowledge and understanding of the whole enquiry. There is a GCSE stemmed style question to practise for the AQA GCSE specification. The question is: **Which of the following was the more important reason as to how William was able to conquer England: The feudal system Castles? Explain your answer with reference to both reasons. [12 marks]** Please let me know how you found these lessons and I am happy to receive your reviews so that I can continue to improve my own teaching and learning practise.
cenkemal4
KS3 Norman conquest of England - Lesson 5 - Assessment

KS3 Norman conquest of England - Lesson 5 - Assessment

Lesson title: How did William conquer England? Learning Objective: Revising and explaining the most important reasons of how William conquered England This lesson gives students a chance to revise the content of how William conquered England. Once they have completed the revision activity, the students will plan and then answer a GCSE style question as their final piece of written work. It is a GCSE question stem for the AQA specification for question 6 on Paper 1. The question students will plan and then answer is: **Which of the following was the more important reason as to how William was able to conquer England: The feudal system Castles? Explain your answer with reference to both reasons. [12 marks]**
cenkemal4
KS3 Norman conquest of England - Lesson 1 - Harrying of the North

KS3 Norman conquest of England - Lesson 1 - Harrying of the North

This is a unit that I cover with my Year 7s in the second half of the Autumn term. It is a 5 lesson enquiry into the question: How did William conquer England? There are a range of engaging activities for the students to complete throughout each lesson. It is differentiated so that students of all abilities can access the lessons confidently. Please let me know how you found these lessons and I am happy to receive your reviews so that I can continue to improve my own teaching and learning practise. NB: There are some lessons where the KS3 textbook by Aaron Wilkes would be helpful (but other textbooks that you have available can be equally as helpful). The title I use is ‘Invasion, Plague and Murder’. Lesson title: Why did William Harry the North? Learning Objective: Examining William’s key problems after his victory at Hastings and ** ** Explaining how he tried to deal with people that disobeyed him
cenkemal4
Pevensey Castle Trip Resources

Pevensey Castle Trip Resources

Student booklet for a trip at Pevensey Castle. Designed to for GCSE students studying Norman England AQA. Booklet allows students to explore the castle independently and learn about its history. Includes a tour of the castle, walk around the town and Norman landing area and Chronology Treasure Hunt. Also a sheet of the chronology students need to know for the environment study which can be used as a treasure hunt.
susiebrooks91
Viking Raids

Viking Raids

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at Viking Raids in particular what each of the different Vikings: Sweden, Norway & Denmark, wanted through the raids as well as what they did and what Monks thought of the the raids. Also contains a worksheet which children can copy and fill in the missing answers. Worksheet is differentiated for high, middle and lower ability children. Activity: Children complete worksheet by filling in the gaps using the words in the word bank.
HollywoodR95
1066 Norman Conquest

1066 Norman Conquest

1066 and the aftermath of conquest - featuring a unique immersive interactive Learning World (free to play!). The Learning World feeds directly into the in class lesson activities and can be used as an ongoing homework project – students can complete the free codex booklet as they go to consolidate learning. It is a very comprehensive SOW that covers the Norman conquest and its impact on English society. Each and every lesson has been made with enough differentiation, activity variety, cross-curricular support and progress checks that they could be used comfortably ‘out of the box’ in an observation lesson. Care has also been taken to make sure the skills complement each other across the SOW and build up to progress in exam writing ability, source analysis and soft skill development. I’m quite proud of it – if I may say so! The first two lessons and the Learning World Codex are free to download (some of the slides are not editable in these free versions) but the remaining lessons are for sale and are fully editable. Download the first two free lessons to see a detailed SOW breakdown or check out www.wolseyacademy.com to see all lessons and play the Learning World (for free!). I really hope you find this useful, I think it offers something a little different to students. If you like the Scheme of Work, please leave a review – and for every review left I’ll give you a free paid for resource from my TES Shop of your choice! So please do take the time! From my experience it created a huge ‘buzz’ about learning in the classroom and I even had kids in other classes asking to use it. So soon the whole department were using it and at KS3 parent’s evening it was all the parents talked about – many of them had also played through the Learning World. Note: The Learning World is a ‘beta’ version – I am currently looking for someone to upgrade the artwork to make a few things look more ‘Normany’. But I guarantee the pupils will love it. All are available to download and purchase at www.wolseyacademy.com - which is also where you can find the Learning World. I really hope you find these resources useful – and like I said, please do leave a review (and claim a free resource of your choice!)
WolseyAcademy
1066 12. Narrative Analysis Assessment - Learning World Enabled - Wolsey Academy

1066 12. Narrative Analysis Assessment - Learning World Enabled - Wolsey Academy

1066 and the aftermath of conquest - featuring a unique immersive interactive Learning World (free to play!). The Learning World feeds directly into the in class lesson activities and can be used as an ongoing homework project – students can complete the free codex booklet as they go to consolidate learning. It is a very comprehensive SOW that covers the Norman conquest and its impact on English society. Each and every lesson has been made with enough differentiation, activity variety, cross-curricular support and progress checks that they could be used comfortably ‘out of the box’ in an observation lesson. Care has also been taken to make sure the skills complement each other across the SOW and build up to progress in exam writing ability, source analysis and soft skill development. I’m quite proud of it – if I may say so! The first two lessons and the Learning World Codex are free to download (some of the slides are not editable in these free versions) but the remaining lessons are for sale and are fully editable. Download the first two free lessons to see a detailed SOW breakdown or check out www.wolseyacademy.com to see all lessons and play the Learning World (for free!). I really hope you find this useful, I think it offers something a little different to students. If you like the Scheme of Work, please leave a review – and for every review left I’ll give you a free paid for resource from my TES Shop of your choice! So please do take the time! From my experience it created a huge ‘buzz’ about learning in the classroom and I even had kids in other classes asking to use it. So soon the whole department were using it and at KS3 parent’s evening it was all the parents talked about – many of them had also played through the Learning World. Note: The Learning World is a ‘beta’ version – I am currently looking for someone to upgrade the artwork to make a few things look more ‘Normany’. But I guarantee the pupils will love it. All are available to download and purchase at www.wolseyacademy.com - which is also where you can find the Learning World. I really hope you find these resources useful – and like I said, please do leave a review (and claim a free resource of your choice!)
WolseyAcademy
1066 LEARNING WORLD CODEX - Wolsey Academy

1066 LEARNING WORLD CODEX - Wolsey Academy

USE THIS BOOKLET TO LET YOUR PUPILS PLAY AND COMPLETE THE 1066 LEARNING WORLD FOUND AT WWW.WOLSEYACADEMY.COM 1066 and the aftermath of conquest - featuring a unique immersive interactive Learning World (free to play!). The Learning World feeds directly into the in class lesson activities and can be used as an ongoing homework project – students can complete the free codex booklet as they go to consolidate learning. It is a very comprehensive SOW that covers the Norman conquest and its impact on English society. Each and every lesson has been made with enough differentiation, activity variety, cross-curricular support and progress checks that they could be used comfortably ‘out of the box’ in an observation lesson. Care has also been taken to make sure the skills complement each other across the SOW and build up to progress in exam writing ability, source analysis and soft skill development. I’m quite proud of it – if I may say so! The first two lessons and the Learning World Codex are free to download (some of the slides are not editable in these free versions) but the remaining lessons are for sale and are fully editable. Download the first two free lessons to see a detailed SOW breakdown or check out www.wolseyacademy.com to see all lessons and play the Learning World (for free!). I really hope you find this useful, I think it offers something a little different to students. If you like the Scheme of Work, please leave a review – and for every review left I’ll give you a free paid for resource from my TES Shop of your choice! So please do take the time! From my experience it created a huge ‘buzz’ about learning in the classroom and I even had kids in other classes asking to use it. So soon the whole department were using it and at KS3 parent’s evening it was all the parents talked about – many of them had also played through the Learning World. Note: The Learning World is a ‘beta’ version – I am currently looking for someone to upgrade the artwork to make a few things look more ‘Normany’. But I guarantee the pupils will love it. All are available to download and purchase at www.wolseyacademy.com - which is also where you can find the Learning World. I really hope you find these resources useful – and like I said, please do leave a review (and claim a free resource of your choice!)
WolseyAcademy