Cards Sort: Causes of the English Civil War Chronology Exercise
The great little resources is designed for core and foundation students. It includes 12 key events which were important steps or turning points that led to the English Civil War.

Task 1: Sort the cards into the correct chronological order
Task 2: Colour code those events which were the fault of either Charles I or Parliament
Task 3: Write an extended answer explaining who as to blame for starting the war.

Aims & Objectives

Theme: Causes of the English Civil War 1642 - 1660
Know: What were the key steps to war?
Understand: Which causes were the fault of Charles I or Parliament?
Evaluate: Who was to blame for starting the English Civil War?

WILF - What Am I looking For?
Identify & Describe: What were the key causes of the civil war?
Explain: Which key events were the fault of Charles I or Parliament?
Analyse: How far was Charles I responsible for starting the English Civil War?

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