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Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, Lesson 3: Vagabonds

Edexcel GCSE Crime & Punishment, Topic 2: Early Modern England, Lesson 3: Vagabonds

Edexcel GCSE Crime and Punishment, 1000 to present - Topic 2: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern England, 1500-1700 - Lesson 3 - Vagabonds This is the third of five lessons in this topic, including... - 'Do Now' Starter - Analysis of who vagabonds were, why people became vagabonds and the main reasons people feared vagabonds - Examination of how the government treated vagabonds - In depth source analysis activity, requiring students to decide the real threat vagabonds posed to society - Plenary and Homework The lesson is full of reading, discussion opportunities and a number of different activities for students to complete throughout the lesson.
MrTHistory
Christmas Medieval History Quiz

Christmas Medieval History Quiz

Leave a review and choose any resource FREE! A fun 40 question Halloween themed quiz for the study of Medieval History. Broken into four sections that include: -The Normans -The Normans and Becket -King John, Magna Carta and Black Death -Peasants Revolt & Church Answer sheet also included.
humanitiesbox
Halloween Medieval History Quiz

Halloween Medieval History Quiz

Leave a review and choose any resource FREE! A fun 40 question Halloween themed quiz for the study of Medieval History. Broken into four sections that include: -The Normans -The Normans and Becket -King John, Magna Carta and Black Death -Peasants Revolt & Church Answer sheet also included.
humanitiesbox
The Magna Carta

The Magna Carta

This was a lesson designed for a mixed ability Y7 class. The purpose of this lesson was to simultaneously teach source analysis skills whilst also teaching the reasons for the Magna Carta. (I received an Outstanding for this lesson in an observation). Starter: Students need to complete the differentiated questions on the board about Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn. (There is a success criteria on the following slide). Main: (i) - After getting three students to read the information on slide 4, students will need to take the barons worksheet and move around the classroom find the information in the barons information A3 sheets (these are a series of opinions from the barons about what they think of King John and the state of England). This sheet is differentiated as the second column is an extension for those who finish quickly, as is the bottom box. (ii) - Think, pair, share. Students need to consider the questions on the board (if you wanted to, you could alter this into a mini-debate.) (iii) - Two possibilities on the board, students need to vote on what they think the Barons did. Once revealed, you could ask the students why they think that option was chosen. (Get the students to read the information on the board. (iv) - Show the information about the Magna Carta as a prelude to what could be taught in a subsequent lesson. (v) - On mini-whiteboards, get the students to write down what they think a source is. Then go through the examples on the board about what a source actually is. Then explain how we use a source with the next slide. (vi) - Nature; Origin; Message; Purpose - Explain this to students and how this is an easy and foolproof way of assessing a source. You could add your own example as a model. (vi) - Using the source packs, students need to collect a NOMP sheet and work in pairs or 3s to NOMP the 3 sources. (vii) - Bring the students back to focus. This will be the self-assessment section. There is another success criterion upon the board that they can mark against their own. (viii) - Once the students have completed this, they can attempt the questions on the reverse of the sheet. The students will need to be shown and have the provenance slide explained to them: Lower Ability - Answer Source A Middle Ability - Answer Source A & B Higher Ability - Answer all 3 sources. Plenary: Students need to use their mini-whiteboards to test each other on what they have learnt today.
adillingworth
KS2: Invasion (June Crebbin) resource pack (18 resources)

KS2: Invasion (June Crebbin) resource pack (18 resources)

In this resource pack, you will find 18 resources for homework, English lessons and History lessons. Includes Character descriptions, grammar homework based on adverbial phrases, newspaper articles, bayeux tapestry resources and blurb writing resources. If you have ANY questions, feel free to send them my way. I always respond and will always assist when needed. Enjoy!
thingskeepchanging
Improve your History Lessons Bundle

Improve your History Lessons Bundle

The resources on sale here are almost every editable general resource I have produced. You can get your class reading through a game, creating a dialogue with characters through text messages, selecting emojis to help with revision, creating timelines, pitching historical events or just watching The Simpsons and making sure they learn.
teacherstevenson
The Black Death Bundle

The Black Death Bundle

FREE with the code VALUEDCUSTOMER at the checkout. Also free to new tes accounts with code OUTSTANDINGOCT at the checkout. 3x fully resourced lesson packs - all complete with differentiated powerpoints and worksheets, clip links, starters, plenaries, LOs to three levels throughout. Designed to meet Ofsted Good-Outstanding criteria by a experienced History teacher in a UK secondary school.
History_Geek
Medieval Medicine

Medieval Medicine

An hour long, fully resourced lesson with powerpoint, differentiated tasks throughout, worksheets, clip link and accompanying task focusing on an introduction to medieval medicine, causes, cures and sources with a focus on scientific stagnation, Galen and superstitious/religious beliefs. Designed to meet Ofsted Good-Outstanding criteria by a experienced History teacher in a UK secondary school.
History_Geek
Edexcel GCSE History - Crime and Punishment, Topic 1: Medieval England, 1000-1500

Edexcel GCSE History - Crime and Punishment, Topic 1: Medieval England, 1000-1500

Edexcel GCSE History, Crime and Punishment, 1000 to Present Complete lessons on each of the 4 areas in Topic 1: Crime and Punishment in Medieval England, 1000-1500 - Lesson 1 - Anglo-Saxon Justice - Lesson 2 - How far did the Normans change Anglo-Saxon Justice? - Lesson 3 - How far did kings change justice in later medieval England? - Lesson 4 - Case Study: Did the church help or hinder justice in medieval England?
MrTHistory