Level: GCSE History
Exam Board: Edexcel 1-9
Slide 1: Learning Aim (To describe how Anglo-Saxon England was governed and controlled)
Slide 2: Learning Outcomes/Achievements: A rough guide to the grading system based on GCSE criteria for this lesson.
Slide 3: Recap: Who am I? Students are given descriptions of people and groups from previous lessons and have to use this description to write down who they are. Answers also revealed as the slide continues.
Slide 4: Starter: A series of questions asks the students to think about government, law and order and control today.
Slide 5: Background - an introduction about what the lesson will cover and what the students will know by the end.
Slide 6: Background - this slide covers the main new methods/key terms to describe how Anglo-Saxon England was controlled.
Slide 7: Background - As with slide 6 but further, brief information about each one revealed for note making or brief introduction.
Slide 8: Background - This slide covers the role and responsibility of the king with an explanation of ‘The King’s Peace’.
Slide 9: Task - A basic task sheet for the students to complete based on the methods of control and government. The fact sheet can be used directly for this or the Pearson book (pages 14 - 16)
Slide 10: Alternative Task: A diagram in the form of a hierarchy where students record the various levels used to maintain control.
Slide 11: Alternative diagram task (this sheet has been further differentiated to help weaker students)
Slide 12: Exam Practice Question - Describe two features of law and order in Anglo-Saxon England. 
Slide 13: Exam Practice Question answer sheets in the style of the exam paper for two 4 marker questions based on this lesson.
Slide 14: Recap/Plenary - Bingo Game - all instructions given for teachers and students on the slide.
Slide 15: Teacher copy of the Bingo questions needed for the plenary game on slide 14.
Slide 16: Lesson Fact Sheet.
Level: GCSE History
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