I taught history and geography at the secondary level in both the UK and the US for twelve years. I am interested in providing quality resources in British, Asian, and Modern European History.

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This is a mapping exercise created to show how the Danelaw (the area of Viking control) represented a takeover of much of Anglo-Saxon England. There follows a handout to be given to students which has background information on the major kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England (often known as the Heptarchy) and how the Danelaw came to be in 878AD. It allows students the opportunity to display multiple pieces of information on one map, and allows them to demonstrate planning and accuracy skills.

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