Complete KS3 lesson titled: What was the final method William used to control the Saxons? Lesson structure: Starter asking pupils to say which of William’s other methods of control was most significant (e.g. Domesday Book, H of the North), map of castles in England, activity labelling Motte and Bailey castle, castle development of Motte and Bailey, Stone Square Keep and Concentric, diamond 9 activity deciding the best position to build a castle, demonstrate: answering 3 questions as William about castles.
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KS3 Norman Conquest and Castles Bundle
11 complete Norman Conquest and Castles lessons! Focus on enquiry based learning. PowerPoint presentations and resources included. - England before 1066 - Who should be King in 1066? - Fulford Gate and Stamford Bridge - Battle of Hastings (2 lessons) - William's problems after 1066 - William's solutions after 1066 - Intro to Castles - Attacking Castles - Defending Castles - Design, Battle Plan and Story tasks - Castles Knowledge Test
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