To use source skills to critically evaluate the different reasons for the English victory at Agincourt.
This resource challenges young people to explore exactly how and why we commemorate conflict, using the history and legacy of the Battle of Agincourt as a framework for discussion, and asks students to create their own poems of commemoration. It has been created to accompany the Agincourt 600 Poetry Competition, a collaboration between Agincourt 600 and The Poetry Society
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Poet and Shakspeare scholar Richard O'Brien explores one of the most famous retellings of this landmark battle, and asks students to create poems which explore the stories and voices of some of the more marginalised figures in a fascinating period of history. This resource has been created to accompany the Agincourt 600 Poetry Competition, a collaboration between Agincourt 600 and The Poetry Society.
War Walks - Agincourt - Worksheet to support the BBC Documentary with Richard Holmes In 1415, Henry V won a remarkable victory against a French force that outnumbered him by five to one. Professor Holmes retraces Henry’s route to Agincourt and finds a story of heroism and brutality.
Flippedlearning resource based around Youtube documentary about the Battle of Agincourt 1415 during the Hundred Years War. The documentary focuses on the build up and events of the battle, focusing on the differences between the armies and the impact of their tactics. The Worksheet provides a link to the video and a mix of note taking and comprehension questions. Flippedlearning resources are designed to be used by students outside the classroom as either homework or revision, freeing up time in lessons for consolidation, debate and analysis. For more information about flippedlearning or my flipyourhistory experiences follow my Twitter account (@flipyourhistory) or read my blog - flipyourhistory.wordpress.com. To see all my flippedlearning resources search flipyourhistory on the TES.
Flippedlearning resource based around Youtube documentary about the Battle of Agincourt for the new Unit 1 Edexcel GCSE History on the history of warfare. The documentary focuses on the build up and events of the battle, focusing on the differences between the armies and the impact of their tactics. The Worksheet provides a link to the video and a mix of note taking and comprehension questions. Flippedlearning resources are designed to be used by students outside the classroom as either homework or revision, freeing up time in lessons for consolidation, debate and analysis. For more information about flippedlearning or my flipyourhistory experiences follow my Twitter account (@flipyourhistory) or read my blog - flipyourhistory.wordpress.com. To see all my flippedlearning resources search flipyourhistory on the TES.
Wordsearch Puzzle sheet on the theme of 'The Battle of Agincourt'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
Good presentations and set of activities to get pupils thinking about the wars. These are fun, informative and easily engaging.
Edexcel GCSE History Warfare Overview on all case studies within the Edexcel GCSE History Warfare (1250-present) curriculum including the Iraq war. Designed as a revision/study tool to support students and teachers. Short and concise, covering: Dates, Weaponry, Strategy, Recruitment, Composition, Events and Outcome. Battles include: Falkirk, Agincourt, Naseby, Waterloo, Balaclava, Somme and Iraq war. Ideal for Year 11 students about to sit their warfare paper, however it is of course compatible with all years as well. File type: Word Document
Make a simple paper model of the Globe Theatre, to bring Shakespeare's theatre to life. Task students to label the seating areas and explain the significance of the shape , its geographical situation and the effect of no roof. "can this cockpit hold The vasty fields of France? or may we cram Within this wooden O the very casques That did affright the air at Agincourt? " Henry V
A comprehensive and concise set of notes covering the Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Specification Case Studies for Warfare and British Society - 1250-1900. Contains everything students need to know, including Falkirk, Agincourt, Naseby, Waterloo and Balaclava. Perfect for revision at a brilliant price.
Henry V cinema trailer with the Band of Brothers speech. Henry V opened in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre on 12 September 2015 and was broadcast live to cinemas on 21 October 2015. Suitable for Key Stage 2 onwards. Henry V talks passionately to his troops, ‘his band of brothers’ prior to the Battle of Agincourt in an attempt to motivate them. Find more of our resources on our website: www.rsc.org.uk/education/teacher-resources
Students must read each card, in pairs or as a group, and match them up from end to end creating a rough timeline by way of introducing them to England just before the Wars of the Roses. Discussion can then take place regarding the order and content. N.B. Chaucer card is out of order on master copy.
Middle Ages Europe: This is a timeline of events for the Middle Ages in Europe Main Idea (s) of this Unit: Building an Empire: In Western Europe, The Roman Empire had broken into many small Kingdoms. During the Middle Ages, Charlemagne and others tried to revive the idea of an empire. Both allied with the Church Power and Authority: Weak rulers and the decline of central authority led to a feudal system in which local lords with estates assumed power. This led to struggles over power with the Church Religious and Ethical Systems: During the Middle Ages, the Church was a unifying force. It shaped people’s beliefs and guided their daily lives. Most Europeans at this time shared a common bond of faith. Timeline (Just for you to know Chronological Order) Early Middle Ages/Rise of Europe ~500-1050 • 500s Germanic Tribes like Franks dominate Western Europe • 732 Frankish forces defeat Muslim armies at Battle of Tours (under Martel) • 800 Charlemagne crowned emperor, much empire is united • 843 Treaty of Verdun- split Empire Transition from Early Middle Ages to Middle Ages • 900s Vikings contribute to European Feudalism • 1000s European Economy begins to recover. The growth of towns= sign of revival Persecute Jews High Middle Ages ~1050-1300 • 1100 Agricultural Revolution Trade Fairs/ Tournaments • 1066 William Conqueror assumed English Crown • 1085 Campaign to drive Muslims out Spain (Reconquista)/ Capture city Toledo • 1086 Doomsday Book/Census • 1096-1099 First Crusade • 1147-1149 Second Crusade • 1154 Henry II inherited Thrown • 1160-1180 Common Law • 1187 Saladin recaptured Jerusalem • 1189-1192 Third Crusade • 1200 King John and Pope Innocent Conflict • 1202-1204 Fourth Crusade • 1215 Magna Carta • 1209 Pope Innocent & Philip II launched Crusade vs. Albigensians (S. France) • 1291 Muslims captured last Christian outpost (port city Acre) Christians killed Late Middle Ages ~1300-1450 • 1348-1400s Bubonic Plague • 1415 John Wycliffe burned at stake for Heresy • 1337-1453 Hundred Years’ War o 1337 Edward III England claimed French crown o 1346 English victory over France @ Crecy o 1356 English victory over France @ Poitiers o 1415 English victory over France @ Agincourt o 1429 Joan of Arc spears at court of Charles VII • 1469 Isabella of Castile married Ferdinand of Aragon led to Inquisition & deaths!
This printable handout or worksheet contains an engaging synopsis of Henry the Fifth for use by students and teachers, created by writer Rebecca Lenkiewicz for the Royal Shakespeare Company. Suitable for Key Stage 2 onwards. Find more of our resources on our website: www.rsc.org.uk/education/teacher-resources
This free, downloadable teaching resource is designed as a reference guide for teachers. We have listed the major themes and motifs within Henry V and provided examples of scenes where you can study them. Suitable for Key Stage 2 onwards. Find more of our resources on our website: www.rsc.org.uk/education/teacher-resources
The Hundred Years' War and the Wars of the Roses-PPT
AQA Anthology: Worth dying for? Selection of poems.
AQA War Synoptic. Pre 20th Century. Lesson Plans. (Year 13)
This is a log that helps you to find the perfect Horrible Histories video in seconds. It tells you what series and what episode that perfect clip is found in. All units are indexed together. Eg all clips on Victorians, WWI, Tudors, Stuarts etc. To be used alongside the Horrible Histories boxset. Very useful. (It took me aaaages!!)