For the Norman religion to Medieval Churches and Cathedrals unit. It includes York Minster, Canterbury and Winchester Cathedral. There are also ‘key-term’ cut outs for the differences between cathedrals, Monasteries and Abbey’s- a common misconception and confusion.
Introduction of monks and nuns in medieval England. There are several fun activities for students to understand the day of a monk and why religion was so important to the medieval population. Resources are in hidden slides at the end of the PowerPoint.
Power-Point on everyday life under Norman rule, and how villages worked.This can be used for KS4 for GCSE Norman module, and explores how life changed under Norman rule for the masses. There are several activities, including video clips and questions, and spider diagram activities.
An introduction to medieval religion and the church, with activities and resources (worksheets) included in hidden slides. The second section of slides are for lower ability students, with slightly aided activities.
n interactive Power-Point for revising the Norman rebellions, in a gameshow format the class can be split in 2 teams to answer questions on the rebellions. The resources (help cards) are hidden slides at the end.