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Normans - Motte and Bailey Castles

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This lesson looks at how William controlled England using the Motte and Bailey Castle. This lesson will ask students to begin by seeing that their interpretations of a ‘castle’ is, then move on to discuss possible places a castle might be built and why. The students then read a short piece of text and use it to label a small cut-out of the Motte and Bailey and this leads nicely into a task that looks at the advantages and disadvantages of the castle. The students can also look at the potential effects this may have had on the Saxons by looking at a small video clip and discussing with the teacher.
KS3 Norman Conquest 8 Lesson BundleQuick View
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KS3 Norman Conquest 8 Lesson Bundle

8 Resources
This bundle contains 8 lessons (£16.50 normally) on the Norman conquest of Britain. The lessons contained in this bundle include: Who Should Be King? Battle of Stamford Bridge Why Did William Win Hastings? How Did Harold Godwinson Die? The Feudal System and Domesday Book Motte & Bailey Castles How Did Castles Change? How Did Language Change?
History Christmas QuizQuick View
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History Christmas Quiz

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The Ultimate History Christmas Quiz! For any time, no fuss, historical fun. This quiz is a whirlwind tour through time, focusing mainly on time periods studied in KS3 and GCSE in British Secondary Schools (with a little off-curricular extra thrown in!) This quiz will definitely raise a few smiles and giggles and is interactive, editable and best suited to secondary students (although could be used with upper KS2). The rounds include: Kings, Queens and Political Leaders, Who said that quote? Lucky Dip round Ancient and Medieval trivia Mix up! (which two historical figures have their images combined?) Unusual artifacts and historical places All answers are included, as is a score sheet, and there a video clip questions, picture questions as well as many other styles - all are multiple choice The quiz lasts up to 45 mins including clip tasks and can either be played having the answers revealed as you go along, or the board can be paused and the answers read out at the end (you can play either in teams or individually). Loads more free and inexpensive Humanities resources at my store
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Medieval - Crime & Punishment

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This lesson focuses on the way that crimes were judged in the medieval period, including the use of early juries, the hue & cry, and the different trials of ordeal used, such as trial by fire, trial by water and trial by combat. The teacher can go through these on the board with the use a short video clip for each trial, or there is an optional table activity with information cards (could be a carousal as well) and students can complete in a table or there is an optional worksheet provided. Then, the lesson moves on to focus on punishments. These range from public punishment in the stocks etc. and also has an activity to learn about other methods, such as execution, scold’s bridle, amputation etc. Students can have a copy of a table of crimes committed and be asked to guess which punishment would fit the crime. The teacher has an answer’s slide to go through it. At the end, there is a written activity option to get students to either do a newspaper activity (instead of what’s on the slide) or a story about someone who was convicted and what happened to them at the trial and the punishment side of things. This lesson could easily be a double lesson if you want to make time for the literacy element, and students do enjoy getting creative with this. All videos used in this lesson are available to download (or watch straight) from the links provided.
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History Escape Room

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History Escape Room - Virtual Escape Room by Cre8tive Resources! This lasts an hour or under depending on how quick the teams can solve each puzzle! Students love this style of lesson, great as an educational treat for your class. C8/ES/03 ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Product Contents: ☞ Escape Room Interactive Tracker PowerPoint - Keeps the competitive nature on display ☞ Escape Room Puzzle Keys (Six Sets for Six Teams) ☞ Escape Room Team sheet - Record codes, answers clues as they progress through the 7 rooms ☞ Escape Room Puzzles (7 Rooms = 7 Different styles of Puzzles involving numeracy, literacy and lateral thinking) ☞ Teacher Answer Sheet - Quickly confirm to teams they have solved the puzzle correctly ☞ Teacher instructions of how to set up the escape room and what to print and top tips and shortcuts. ☞ Successful Escape Certificates for those that complete the entire challenge (There is a difficult bonus escape too :) for any quick teams ☞ The 7 Rooms each have a specific Puzzle that has been adapted to suit the topic of this Escape Room and is suitable to KS3 and KS4 Student ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Our Philosophy We aim to help you equip students with the knowledge and skills to take ownership of their own learning. Our Products come ‘Ready-to-Teach’ with everything you need to teach fun and creative lessons. Our products are teacher-designed, classroom tested & student approved. ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ The 7 Rooms include: Secret Bunker, Space Station, Garden Tunnel, The Office, Dungeon, The Island, Skate Park (Each Puzzle has been adapted to suit the topic of this Escape Room and is suitable to KS3 and KS4 Student or even bright KS2 students. Why not try out one of our other fantastic Escape Rooms WW2 History Digital Escape Room The Big History Digital Escape Room Bletchley Park and the Codebreakers History Digital Escape Room Norman England Digital Escape Room Cold War and Russia Digital Escape Room English Civil War and its Causes Digital Escape Room Tudor England Digital Escape Room Big Fun End of Term Digital Escape Room Citizenship & Politics Digital Escape Room JUST PRINT AND GO! They can also be used to encourage a flipped learning environment. And visit our Website for more great offers, free products and a basket facility
How different was Anglo Saxon Britain from Roman Britain - a comparison of two peoples.Quick View
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How different was Anglo Saxon Britain from Roman Britain - a comparison of two peoples.

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Who’s who? Do you know your Romano Britons from your Anglo Saxon? LO: To understand historical concepts such as continuity and change, cause and consequence, similarity, difference and significance, and use them to make connections and draw contrasts (KS2) LO: To apply the above to the study of an aspect or theme in British history that consolidates and extends pupils’ chronological knowledge from before 1066 (KS3) A complete activity to help children understand the similarities and differences between the Anglo Saxon and Romano British societies in Britain during the first millennium. The activity consists of: Teaching Input: 1. A PowerPoint identifying the key similarities and differences between the Romano Britons and Anglo Saxons including information about their: - Origins - settlements - everyday lives - lives of women and children - laws and punishments - beliefs - stories and legends - legacy. This can either be run as an introduction, or shared with children in groups or pairs. Independent Task: 2. A sorting activity consisting of a series of statements which apply to Romano Britons, Anglo Saxons, both, or neither. (This includes a fact sheet for teacher use, providing the correct answers and a series of websites which provide additional source information) 3. A set of different templates to allow you to choose how this information is then represented. Challenge / Extension / AG&T Using websites listed, children could try to find additional information about both peoples. Plenary Mark with the children, getting them to identify which description applies to which people. Pose and discuss the statement The Anglo Saxons period is often called the Dark Ages because it is said that they destroyed Roman civilisation. In what ways were the Anglo Saxons more civilised than the Romans?
History end of year QuizQuick View
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History end of year Quiz

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End of Term History Quiz Over 10 rounds and 60+ Questions. History Quiz. Product Code: FUN/C8/QZ/28 Now comes with certificates This resource contains: 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /60+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contains 10 Rounds: Identify the Person, What did the Romans Bring to Britain, True or False, General Knowledge, Anagrams, Link the Monarch to their Reign, Design Challenge and more… 3 x sets of Certificates (Winning Team Gold Certificates, 2nd Place Team Silver Certificates and 3rd Place Team Bronze Certificates) The certificates come in two sizes A4 and A5 and are easily editable in PPT format. This quiz resource is perfect for lesson time, form time, extra curricular clubs, part of a drop down day or as a fun and educational treat for your class. A variety of different rounds and different challenges within this quiz for all types of learners to access (something fun no matter what ability) FUN/C8/QZ/28 This will last a full hour by the time you get students into small teams and run through the Quiz and the interactive way the answers appear. A tie-breaker is included which involves drawing an image top 3 score points. This informative, fun and engaging quiz will be a great way to teach your students about History . You may also want to check out our other popular selling History resources: History Christmas Quiz History General Knowledge Quiz Causes of WW1 Assessment Framework AQA GCSE History - Norman England Revision Causes of the English Civil War The Tudors - Henry VIII and Edward VI The Big WW1 Quiz Black History Quiz and Students Answer Sheets Votes for Women KS3 and KS4 Activity Pack
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Medieval - Why Was Medieval Religion So Important?

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This lesson focuses on the importance of religion to medieval people by looking at its importance on every day lives. Students look at some small video clips about religion and then use a handout with small snippets of information on to create a mind map of the different ways the church was important in everyday lives. This can include births, marriages, to deaths and the 10% tithe, as well how people prayed for good weather etc. Students can then study Doom Paintings. They have a worksheet with a version on that can be used to spot different features. Then there are a few questions for follow up and then the students can draw their own doom painting in the given space to represent a modern interpretation of what would encourage them to go to heaven and deter them from entering hell.
Research Methods (10 Lessons) [ GCSE Sociology ]Quick View
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Research Methods (10 Lessons) [ GCSE Sociology ]

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This bundle contains complete resources for teaching the Research Methods unit for the new GCSE Sociology specifications. It includes 10 fully resourced lessons and additional tools; it was designed for the AQA specification but relevant to all GCSE Sociology teachers. This Bundle Includes: A) 10 x Fully Resources Lessons Lesson 1: Introduction & Key-Words Lesson 2: Ethical Issues & Debates Lesson 3: Famous Examples of Sociological Research Lesson 4: Research Methods (Primary Data Collection) Lesson 5: Types of Data & Data Analysis Lesson 6: Primary & Secondary Sources Lesson 7: Sampling Methods & Strategies Lesson 8: Unit Overview & Review Lesson Lesson 9: Assessment Lesson Lesson 10: ICT Suite Lesson (Unit Overview) B) Teaching Tools i) Personal Learning Checklist’ (Research Methods, AQA) ii) Sociological Research Methods Workbook (‘Design your own study’ approach) iii) Research Methods A3 Learning Mat iv) A3 DIRT Worksheet Unlike previous bundles, we’ve left this resources as fully editable. We take considerable time making our resources to the highest possible standard, positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating or have any questions: godwin86@gmail.com PS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers’ Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/ Check out our great website to help you find out other GCSE Sociology resources: http://ks4sociology.wordpress.com PLEASE NOTE: Minimum system requirements: 512MB RAM, 1.5ghz processor. Microsoft Office. . Check-out some of our most popular resources on TES! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Hinduism (Thematic Studies Units) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) . GCSE Religious Studies Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ReligiousStudiesGCSE/ .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) . GCSE Sociology Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sociologygcse .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Download new Metacognition & Self-Regulated Learning Resources at www.globalmetacognition.com You can download some FREE Metacognitive Strategies here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/free-downloads And learn all about metacognition & self-regulated learning for free here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/blog Join our community on Facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EducationalMetacognition/ . . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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Tudors History Escape room

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Brand New KS3 Tudors HISTORY Escape Room - End of Year Virtual Escape Room by Cre8tive Resources! This lasts an hour or under depending on how quick the teams can solve each puzzle! Students love this style of lesson, great as an educational treat for your class. C8/ES/12 How can this resource be adapted for social distancing? Upload / send the sheets digitally so students can work independently through them (don’t use the keys or PPT tracker if so) Could use as part of a Recovery Curriculum Set the 7 Puzzles for Homework Pairs instead of groups ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Product Contents: ☞ Escape Room Interactive Tracker PowerPoint - Keeps the competitive nature on display ☞ Escape Room Puzzle Keys (Six Sets for Six Teams) ☞ Escape Room Team sheet - Record codes, answers clues as they progress through the 7 rooms ☞ Escape Room Puzzles (7 Rooms = 7 Different styles of Puzzles involving numeracy, literacy and lateral thinking) ☞ Teacher Answer Sheet - Quickly confirm to teams they have solved the puzzle correctly ☞ Teacher instructions of how to set up the escape room and what to print and top tips and shortcuts. ☞ Successful Escape Certificates for those that complete the entire challenge (There is a difficult bonus escape too :) for any quick teams ☞ The 7 Rooms each have a specific Puzzle that has been adapted to suit the topic of this Escape Room and is suitable to KS3 and KS4 Student ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Our Philosophy We aim to help you equip students with the knowledge and skills to take ownership of their own learning. Our Products come ‘Ready-to-Teach’ with everything you need to teach fun and creative lessons. Our products are teacher-designed, classroom tested & student approved. ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Why not try out one of our other fantastic Escape Rooms WW2 History Digital Escape Room The Big History Digital Escape Room Bletchley Park and the Codebreakers History Digital Escape Room Norman England Digital Escape Room Cold War and Russia Digital Escape Room English Civil War and its Causes Digital Escape Room Tudor England Digital Escape Room Big Fun End of Term Digital Escape Room Citizenship & Politics Digital Escape Room
History Club - All in 1 - 20 sessions.Quick View
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History Club - All in 1 - 20 sessions.

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Perfect for History Club sessions – or active and creative lessons - at primary or secondary level. Includes information and video about the topics and a fun practical activity (which can often take more than one session to complete). All sessions include a weekly advertising poster for display boards, websites and screens around the school. Also included is a loyalty card for students to claim rewards after attending enough lessons. Designed by Wolsey Academy and tried and tested with secondary students in the UK. Topics are as follows: Ancient Egypt – Drama Production Battle of Trafalgar 1805 – Arts and Craft. Guy Fawkes, 1605 – Gunpowder Hunt. Charles Lindbergh, 1927 – Design & Fly a Plane. Pirates – Make a Movie. Thanksgiving – Fancy Dress and Card Design Benjamin Franklin – Make and fly a Kite. Tudor Christmas – Card Making. Battle of Atlantic – Code Breaking Game Medieval Coat of Arms – Research and Heraldry Making. Brunel – Bridge Building Darwin –Voyage of the Beagle, Art Competition. D-Day – Landing Craft Construction and Testing World Cup History – Kit Designs Battle of Quebec – Crane Construction Angkor Wat – Sunrise Drawings Historical Fashion – Clothing Designs Henry Ford – Assembly Line Competition Roman Army – Shield Design and Battle Tactics Role Play Local History: Ipswich Town Football Club – Badge Design. See them all at www.wolseyacademy.com
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Medieval - The Black Death

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This lesson focuses on the effects of the Black Death. It first teaches students about the different types of plague (Bubonic and Pneumonic) and then looks at the symptoms. The students then find out about the ways people tried to get rid of the plague. The main activity is then a group card sort in which students sort the consequences into columns to build an argument about whether the Black Death was good or bad for Europe. The point is that it was good for some (peasants for example) but bad for others. It ends with an opportunity to get a written piece of work completed by students, and I have also included a coded feedback page for ease of marking this. There is also a worksheet provided which will make things a little easier with lower ability or SEN groups to follow along.
How significant was the Vikings’ impact on Britain?Quick View
adharding91adharding91

How significant was the Vikings’ impact on Britain?

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A higher ability Year 7 lesson on the impact of the Vikings on Britain. Begins with a discussion of historical significance, and progresses to a card sort and a graphical representation of the significance of different impacts that the Vikings had. Was an observation lesson judged outstanding.
1066: Why did William Win the Battle of Hastings?Quick View
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1066: Why did William Win the Battle of Hastings?

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Lesson 4 in the Norman Conquest SOW. This lesson sees the pupils compare the armies of both the Norman’s and Anglo Saxons. We then move onto the events of the Battle of Hastings and examine the significance of various moments in the battle. The pupils then sort the events into key factors that decided the batlle. Luck, tactics and military power, before reaching a conclusion on the deciding factor. Included in the lesson is: Retrieval Practice Starter Comparing armies activity Sequence of events actvity with questions Video clip Key Factors activity Hope this helps. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
How did William the Conqueror keep Control of England?Quick View
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How did William the Conqueror keep Control of England?

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This lesson is aimed at Year 7 History students who are studying the Normans. It is designed to be a follow on lesson wherein students already have a basic knowledge of the events of 1066 and the Battle of Hastings. There are opportunities to recap prior knowledge and an embedded video. I have included the lesson Power Point, the carousel activity resources (at the end of the lesson PP), and a worksheet. This lesson uses Blooms Taxonomy and enables students to identify, explain and evaluate 6 different methods William used in order to keep control of his newly conquered England. There is a focus on literacy and numeracy is included in the starter. The worksheet is set up to follow the Power Point, but tasks are easily adaptable and you could incite a debate wherein students argue as to which method of control was most effective and why. The carousel activity information is easily adaptable as well and you can chop and change it to suit student ability. It’s all very straightforward and self-explanatory. I created everything for an interview (and I got the job!) Please leave some comments if you decide to buy and try this lesson :)
The  Black DeathQuick View
History_GeeksHistory_Geeks

The Black Death

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An hour long, fully resourced KS3 lesson with PowerPoint, differentiated tasks throughout, worksheets, clip link and accompanying task focusing on an introduction to the Black Death, causes, cures and sources. Designed to meet Ofsted Good-Outstanding criteria by a experienced History teacher in a UK secondary school. If you like this pack, we have more to upload this week and as usual, many more history lessons - both inexpensive and free at our store: HISTORY GEEKS
1066 NewspaperQuick View
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1066 Newspaper

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Revision exercise on the main events of 1066. Students create newspaper reports. Print out on A3 paper for best results.
Medieval TownQuick View
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Medieval Town

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Pupils look at four sources on medieval towns and complete a Venn diagram comparing them with modern towns
Castle attackQuick View
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Castle attack

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Based on the Norman conquest pupils place themselves in the role of the English trying to attack a Norman castle. They can buy equipment to plan and attack the castle with. They have a piece of writing to do to justify and evaluate their plans. They have some sources to help with their planning.