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I am a History teacher in the North West, and head of Citizenship in my school. I have been teaching since 2007, in four secondary schools across the area. In between times, in 2012, I taught as a volunteer teacher in Ghana, with English, French and Maths classes (you can read about my adventures in my book, Teaching in the Sun, available on Amazon). All of my resources have been extensively tried and tested. I hope that you, like me, are able to use them for good and outstanding lessons.

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A chronology activity for students. Students can cut up the cards and have students arrange them into the correct order.
the ‘right order’ sheet is there if you want to have answers. Start in top left and work down, then to top right and down.
Answers: B, F, E, A, G, C, H, D

YouTube link covers causes more than events - but a great lead-in.
Potential questions to ask students either orally or as written answers:-
Questions – answer in any order:
Do you think that the peasants were right to march to London and attack the city? Or should they have protested differently? Why?
Was there a point where it became a real threat to the monarch’s power? Why? / why not?
What do you think of King Richard tricking the peasants at the end? Why?
Should the peasants have gone home when they were promised what they wanted? Why? / why not?

This could be turned into a storyboard or article afterwards.

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