A power point designed to encourage historical enquiry and thinking skills. Works well with Kagan structures. All three of our KS1 classes have used it and we have been impressed with the level of thinking that it produced. We used it as 3 distinct lessons and got the children to vote for who they thought would make the best king and who they thought would have the best chance of winning the Battle of Hastings. We also did a mock Battle of Hastings using the hill on the school field and the children chose which side they wanted to be on whilst I narrated the story.
Updated 5.6.2015 to include differentiated worksheets to go with the powerpoint.
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