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Double Sided Topic Mat: Tudor Britain.

Double Sided Topic Mat: Tudor Britain.

A4 pdf file incorporating basic facts and pictures about Tudor Britain. Designed as something pupils could refer to for independent work but could be used for group discussion or display. Font used throughout is Sassoon infant. Mat includes a selection of photographs and images in colour.
bevevans22
Black History Month - Black Scientist Trail

Black History Month - Black Scientist Trail

A great way to celebrate Black History Month! Who am I Posters of 11 Black Scientists. Pupils must read each poster and find out the names of the scientists in them. PDF contains Posters, Pupil Sheet and answers. Schools may reward a price for the correct submissions.
vnspence
Tudor times words for display

Tudor times words for display

Word file with 'Tudor Times' each letter is made using wordart and depicts Henry 8th, his wives (in order) and his children (in order they reigned). I printed these out and used them as lettering for my Tudor display. Please note that the some of the letters (especially u and o) don't show all of the face of the person. hope they will be of some use to someone out there.
mustbmad
Medieval Pilgrimages - Canterbury and Becket

Medieval Pilgrimages - Canterbury and Becket

Powerpoint of how Canterbury became a place of pilgrimage based around Thomas Becket. Also a summary slide for activity creating an advert from a medieval travel agent offering pilgrimage trips. Plenary idea that is quite fun but lively.
bjdavis
Events of 1066 animation

Events of 1066 animation

A silent animation showing the key movements of the protagonists of the events leading up to the Battle of Hastings. Shows movements of Harold, Harald, William & Tostig in brief. May be suitable to allow students to come up with a narrative to accompany the video showing their understanding of the sequence of events.
tafkam
William I's Problems - Taking Control of England

William I's Problems - Taking Control of England

This group task encourages students to think about the ways in which William of Normandy faced difficulties in taking control of England, and invites them to suggest how he can enforce his grip on the nation. The problem cards take the form of mock letters and diary entries from various Normans, seeking advice to resolve problems, such as the need to raise taxes, or the power of the church. Students respond to letter by identifying the problem to hand, and proposing a solution. The response grid also has a space to record William’s approach.
tafkam
Medieval Herald

Medieval Herald

Pupils use the herald template to write a problem page addressed to various medieval personalities. The problems are based on King William’s introduction of taxation, the collection of the Doomsday Book, the rebellion he faced from the North and the building of castles to keep control. The pupils to write a problem e.g Dear Treasurer, King William needs money to fund wars, William’s Nobleman. Dear Nobleman, King William should charge taxes according to individual household income. Taxes can be used to fund wars. Treasurer Heralds can be displayed.
msma