The Norman Conquest Lesson 6: Why did William win the Battle of Hastings Assessment

The Norman Conquest Lesson 6: Why did William win the Battle of Hastings Assessment

This is the final lesson in a series of 6 on the Norman Conquest. The lesson prepares students for the traditional 'Why did William win the Battle of Hastings?' essay. The resources focusses on refreshing students' minds to the reasons for William's victory and structuring essay answers using PEE paragraphs.The resource includes a presentation, starter task pictures, card sort activity sheet, differentiated writing frame and peer assessment sheet. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
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OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 4 - Public Health in Towns & Monasteries

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 4 - Public Health in Towns & Monasteries

This lesson on Public Health in Towns and Monasteries is produced for The People’s Health unit of the OCR SHP GCSE. It follows on from my lesson on the Black Death and covers the response of the church and town authorities to the health and hygiene issues of the middle ages. The lesson looks at the responses of these two authorities both before and after the Black Death and questions whether this plague led to a greater emphasis on public health. The resource set includes a full lesson presentation, starter task, picture stimulus task, and two information worksheets. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
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OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 3 - Life in Medieval Towns & Villages

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 3 - Life in Medieval Towns & Villages

This is the third in a series of 5 lessons put together to follow The People’s Health unit of the OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History course. The lesson equips students with knowledge of living conditions in both town and village during the medieval period and asks them to consider which place provided the best opportunity for a healthy existence during this time. If you find this resource useful please leave a review.
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OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 3 - Life in Medieval Towns & Villages

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 3 - Life in Medieval Towns & Villages

This is the third in a series of 5 lessons put together to follow The People’s Health unit of the OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History course. The lesson equips students with knowledge of living conditions in both town and village during the medieval period and asks them to consider which place provided the best opportunity for a healthy existence during this time. If you find this resource useful please leave a review.
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The Norman Conquest / Battle of Hastings - 6 Lesson Bundle

The Norman Conquest / Battle of Hastings - 6 Lesson Bundle

The Norman Conquest Lesson Bundle is a series of 6 lessons beginning with the problem of succession caused by the death of Edward the Confessor and ending with an assessment asking why William won the Battle of Hastings. The series also covers the dilemma facing Harold Godwineson following his coronation as King of England, the prelude to the Battle of Hastings, and lessons on the Battles of Stamford Bridge and Hastings themselves. Please leave a review if you find these resources useful.
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OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 2 - Medieval Overview to The People's Health

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 2 - Medieval Overview to The People's Health

This lesson is the second in a series put together to follow The People’s Health unit of the OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History course. The lesson gives an overview to the medieval section of The People’s Health unit and takes a look at health, living conditions and disease in the middle ages. Students are also introduced to the various aspects of medieval life, beliefs and society that had an affect on the health of the people in this time period. The resource includes a full lesson presentation along with all printable information and task resources in an associated document. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
m1nstrel
OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 4 - Public Health in Towns & Monasteries

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 4 - Public Health in Towns & Monasteries

This lesson on Public Health in Towns and Monasteries is produced for The People’s Health unit of the OCR SHP GCSE. It follows on from my lesson on the Black Death and covers the response of the church and town authorities to the health and hygiene issues of the middle ages. The lesson looks at the responses of these two authorities both before and after the Black Death and questions whether this plague led to a greater emphasis on public health. The resource set includes a full lesson presentation, starter task, picture stimulus task, and two information worksheets. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
m1nstrel
OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 1 - Introduction to The People's Health

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 1 - Introduction to The People's Health

This lesson is the first in a series put together to follow the OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History course. The lesson gives an overview to the unit and introduces students to the living conditions, epidemics, and government responses to health problems facing the country throughout the c.1250-present day time period. The resource is packaged in a single presentation document but all printable picture, graph, and card sort resources are included as part of the presentation so that all are easily accessible. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
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The Norman Conquest Lesson 2: Harold's Dilemma

The Norman Conquest Lesson 2: Harold's Dilemma

This lesson looks at the dilemma facing Harold Godwineson following his coronation as King of England after the death of Edward the Confessor. Students consider what course of action Harold should take in preparation for the imminent arrival of the other two contenders for the throne (Harald Hardraada and William, Duke of Normandy). The lesson includes a full lesson presentation along with all associated worksheets and maps that students will need. The lesson follows on from my previous lesson, The Norman Conquest: Contenders to the Throne. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
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The Norman Conquest Lesson 1: Claimants to the Throne

The Norman Conquest Lesson 1: Claimants to the Throne

This lesson introduces the problem of choosing the next King of England following the death of Edward the Confessor. Students consider the normal rules of succession and the attributes that make a good monarch before being introduced to the three main contenders for the throne of England in 1066. The main task asks students to consider the attributes and background of the contenders before deciding upon whom they believe has the most legitimate claim to the throne. The resource includes a presentationfor the full lesson along with associated worksheets and resources. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
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OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 5 - The Black Death

OCR SHP GCSE 9-1 History (The People's Health): Lesson 5 - The Black Death

This lesson is the fifth in this series produced for The People’s Health unit of the OCR SHP GCSE. It covers the spread of the Black Death across Asia and Europe and its arrival in England in 1348. It goes on to cover the medieval beliefs and attempted cures for the plague, as well as the impact of the plague upon the country in general. The resource set includes a full lesson presentation with associated starter task, source sheet, activity sheet and associated information sheet. Please leave a review if you find this resources useful.
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The Norman Conquest Lesson 6: Why did William win the Battle of Hastings Assessment

The Norman Conquest Lesson 6: Why did William win the Battle of Hastings Assessment

This is the final lesson in a series of 6 on the Norman Conquest. The lesson prepares students for the traditional 'Why did William win the Battle of Hastings?' essay. The resources focusses on refreshing students' minds to the reasons for William's victory and structuring essay answers using PEE paragraphs.The resource includes a presentation, starter task pictures, card sort activity sheet, differentiated writing frame and peer assessment sheet. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful.
m1nstrel
The Norman Conquest Lesson 5: The Battle of Hastings

The Norman Conquest Lesson 5: The Battle of Hastings

This lesson looks at the course of events on the day of the Battle of Hastings. Students build up their knowledge through the interrogation of primary source materials from both English and Norman accounts as well as through a link to a BBC Teach video clip on YouTube. Students consider how useful these sources are before producing a storyboard narrative of the day of the Battle of Hastings. Differentiated materials and suggestions are included. The lesson ends with students beginning to think about the main reasons for William's victory which will be subject of the final assessment lesson (Lesson 6). Please leave a review if you find these materials useful.
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The Norman Conquest Lesson 3: Stamford Bridge

The Norman Conquest Lesson 3: Stamford Bridge

This is lesson 3 of a series I have put together on the Norman Conquest. It looks at the reasons for Harold Godwineson's victory over Harald Hardraada at the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Students learn about the events of the battle and are challenged to consider the relative importance of the various reasons for Hardraada's defeat. The lesson looks at the skills of description, explanation and justification to provide appropriate challenge for most students. Please leave a review if you find these resources useful.
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The Norman Conquest Lesson 4: Before the Battle of Hastings

The Norman Conquest Lesson 4: Before the Battle of Hastings

Lesson 4 in this series on the Norman Conquest. This lesson looks at the events leading up to the Battle of Hastings following Harold Godwineson's victory over Harald Hardraada at Stamford Bridge. Students build up knowledge of the course of events between the two battles and consider who had the best chance of victory in the Battle of Hastings. Students will be encouraged to discuss their ideas and justify their decisions in paired and whole class discussion. If you find this resource useful please leave a review.
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