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Text Messages - Editable Versions

Text Messages - Editable Versions

The Text message between Elizabeth I and Phillip II could be changed to ANY TWO people in History and be set as a task to complete. The DOC file is editable. There are also four blank versions with 4, 8, 8 with background and 9 text message bubbles to an A4 Page for you to edit or print using the DOC or PDF Files. (I also have FREE versions for you to test out first)

By teacherstevenson

Henry VIII Religion Mindmaps

Henry VIII Religion Mindmaps

These are mindmaps of Henry VIII's religious policy designed for a student studying AQA A level Unit 1C. It's a really useful revision tool as a detailed, visual summary of this topic.

By una_c_yates

Religious divisions upon Elizabeth I's accession

Religious divisions upon Elizabeth I's accession

This resource was used when teaching Elizabethan England at KS4. It was used to introduce some of the issues surrounding the religious divisions that Elizabeth inherited in 1558. These are speech bubbles written to provide an insight into the experiences of English people at the time. They can be used by students to help them to pick out the reasons for the divisions and the impact that these divisions may have had on Elizabeth's reign and the difficulties in trying to heal them. They consider different groups in society as well as geographical divides.

By zlsorrell

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Society

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Society

A series of GCSE lessons for the new AQA specification on society. Includes lessons on the rise of the gentry, theatre, poverty and a concluding lesson on whether this period can be considered a 'Golden Age'.

By CABear

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Issue of Poverty

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Issue of Poverty

A series of 3 GCSE lessons on the issue of poverty for the new AQA specification. Students will look at the causes of poverty, how attitudes changed, and the success of the 1601 Poor Law.

By CABear

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Causes of poverty

AQA 8145 Elizabeth I - Causes of poverty

The first in a 3 lesson series on poverty in Elizabethan England. Students will categorise the causes of poverty and explain how these caused an increase in the number of poor people. Students will analyse these causes by making links between categories to reach a judgement on the significance of factors.

By CABear