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The Battle of Bosworth
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The Battle of Bosworth

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The Battle of Bosworth Lesson 1 in a SOW on ‘Tudor England: A Time of Change - Religion, Power and People 1485-1603’ Lesson Objectives: Identify why the Battle of Bosworth took place Describe the reasons why Richard III lost the Battle of Bosworth and analyse which reasons played the biggest role in Richard’s failure Explain why the battle was so important Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
History Protestant and Catholic Church Differences Reformation
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History Protestant and Catholic Church Differences Reformation

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Differences between the Protestant and Catholic Church Lesson in a SOW on ‘Tudor England: A Time of Change - Religion, Power and People 1485-1603’ Lesson Objectives: Describe the main features of the two religions Explain the differences between the two religions Come to a judgement about which Church had the most wealth and power Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
The Wars of the Roses
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The Wars of the Roses

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The Wars of the Roses Lesson 10 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ Lesson Objectives: Describe what the Wars of the Roses was Explain why the Wars of the Roses happened Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
British Rule in India - Did the Raj Rock?
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British Rule in India - Did the Raj Rock?

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15th lesson in a SOW on Empire, Slavery and Rebellion 4th lesson for the ‘Experience of different people in the Empire’ part of the SOW. Looking at: What was the British Raj Why did Britain want to rule India Positive and Negative Aspects of the Raj Fully resourced and differentiated Stretch and Challenge throughout Aimed at KS3 Can be bought in a bundle
The Causes of World War One
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The Causes of World War One

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Lesson 1 in a KS3 SOW ‘An Age of Total War’, which looks firstly at World War One. This lesson focuses on the causes. It will span over two lessons and looks at long term causes (militarism, alliances, imperialism and natinalism) and also the short term trigger of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Fully differentiated with stretch and challenge throughout. Available as part of a bundle.
Life in Anglo Saxon England
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Life in Anglo Saxon England

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Life in Anglo-Saxon England Compared with Life in Anglo-Saxon Normandy Lesson 1 in a 11 part SOW on The Norman Conquest 1065 - 1087 **Learning Objectives: ** *To identify how Anglo-Saxon England was governed. *To describe the hierarchy of Anglo-Saxon society *To explain the role of women in Anglo-Saxon England. *To judge how fair and equal Anglo-Saxon England really was. Perfect for KS3 Stetch and challenge questions throughout Fully resourced Can be easily differentiated
Edward I and the Conquest of Wales and Scotland
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Edward I and the Conquest of Wales and Scotland

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Edward I and the Conquest of Wales Lesson 7 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ Lesson Objectives: Identify the reasons why Edward invaded Wales Identify the reasons why Edward invaded Wales and suggests links between the reasons Identify Edward’s reasons for invading Wales making links between reasons and evaluate the significance of these links Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
Stephen and Matilda - The Anarchy
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Stephen and Matilda - The Anarchy

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Stephen and Matilda – The Anarchy Lesson 1 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ . This download contains 3 lessons working up to an assessment-style question where students assess the impact of The Anarchy upon the feudal system. Lesson Objectives: • Begin to make a judgement of the impact of the Anarchy on the feudal system. • Be able to explain the events of the ‘Anarchy’ on a story board. • Know the narrative and events of the ‘Anarchy’ in England between 1135-1153. Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
Henry III and Simon de Montfort
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Henry III and Simon de Montfort

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Henry III and Simon de Montfort Lesson 6 in a SOW on ‘The Struggle for Power in Medieval England’ Lesson Objectives: Describe how Henry III and Edward I ruled England. Explain how the why the barons made the King agree to the Provisions of Oxford Judge the importance of Simon De Montfort. Judge if Henry’s reign saw the creation of the first real Parliament. Perfect for KS3 Stretch and Challenge throughout Fully Resourced Can be easily differentiated/some differentiated activities within
The Harrying of the North
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The Harrying of the North

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The Harrying of the North Lesson 8 in a 11 part SOW on The Norman Conquest 1065 - 1087 Learning Objectives: To describe the events of the Harrying of the North To analyse and judge whether the Harrying of the North was successful in subjugating the English To develop our exam skills – in particular our interpretation skills Perfect for KS3 Stretch and challenge questions throughout Fully resourced Can be easily differentiated
The Agricultural Revolution
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The Agricultural Revolution

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Lesson 1 of a SOW focusing on the period 1700-1900 and the Industrial/Agricultural Revolution Fully resourced lesson aimed at KS3 will stretch and challenge throughout.