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Starter  Label the following onto the timeline above :- 0 BC AD 500BC 1000BC 40AD 1066AD 435BC 1642 1649AD
Starter   Marking your books: feedback Overall a good standard M sp
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1.Do you think the two events you have just seen are important moments in our history? Why? 2.How do you think people reac...
Page 11 Learning outcome Evaluate Edward The Confessor’s Life
I talk to people when I need help. I can explain what needs doing and why. I know how to deal with problems. I can see wha...
Effective participator I talk to people when I need help. I can explain what needs doing and why. I know how to deal with ...
 
<ul><li>The Year  1066  is one of the most important in the history of Britain.  Prince Edward had a lot of Royal blood in...
In Pairs Your event order (1 is the first event, 10 is the last event) Actual event Correct event order 1035 – Canute dies...
Your event order Actual event Correct event order 1035 – Canute dies and his two sons argue about who should be King of En...
Birth Death Happiest Moments Saddest Moments
Happiest Moments Saddest Moments The Young Edward enjoyed A carefree childhood
Happiest Moments Saddest Moments Replicate your group graph into your own book
Happiest Moments Saddest Moments Justify your selections to another group
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  1. 1. Starter Label the following onto the timeline above :- 0 BC AD 500BC 1000BC 40AD 1066AD 435BC 1642 1649AD
  2. 2. Starter Marking your books: feedback Overall a good standard M sp
  3. 3. Test email
  4. 7. 1.Do you think the two events you have just seen are important moments in our history? Why? 2.How do you think people reacted to news of the two events? 3.How do you think the world changed after these events? 4.Which one of these events do you think will be forgotten first? Justify your answer. 5.Do you think the world can change forever after a single event? Why?
  5. 8. Page 11 Learning outcome Evaluate Edward The Confessor’s Life
  6. 9. I talk to people when I need help. I can explain what needs doing and why. I know how to deal with problems. I can see what needs improving. I use different viewpoints to reach a shared solution. I can support other people in their views and beliefs. I work well with others. I listen to others’ points of view. I change my behaviour to suit the situation. I respect other people’s differences. I take responsibility. I help others by giving them useful advice. I can generate ideas and possibilities. I ask questions to find out more. I can see how ideas or pieces of information fit together. I challenge ideas and assumptions that I make or that others make. I test ideas. I change ideas when I need to. I can see what has worked well and what hasn’t worked well. I know my targets and what I have to do to meet them. As I work, I can see how well I am doing. I listen to the advice of adults and people in my class. I learn from my mistakes. I let people know how I learn best. I like a new challenge. I work to goals and commit myself to tasks. I get to lessons on time with the equipment I need. I take risks and deal with them sensibly. I plan my own time and work to deadlines. I am able to deal with change. Effective Participator Team worker Creative thinkers Reflective Learner Self-Manager I can spot questions and problems that need answering and solving. I can plan and carry out a piece of research. I can look at things from different points of view. I can think about how important or relevant some information is. I can see how decisions or events are influenced by different points of view, beliefs or circumstances. I can back up points of view using arguments and evidence. Independent Enquirer
  7. 10. Effective participator I talk to people when I need help. I can explain what needs doing and why. I know how to deal with problems. I see what needs to be improved. I work with others to reach solutions. I can support other people in their views and beliefs. Team worker I work well with others. I listen to others’ points of view. I know how to behave in formal and informal situations. I respect other people’s differences. I take responsibility for my role within the group. I help others by giving them useful advice. Creative Thinker I come up with ideas. I ask questions. I see how ideas or pieces of information fit together. I challenge ideas and assumptions that I make or that others make. I can and will test ideas. I change ideas when I need to.
  8. 12. <ul><li>The Year 1066 is one of the most important in the history of Britain. Prince Edward had a lot of Royal blood in him. His father was King of England. His mother, Emma, was the sister of a Norman Duke. Edward enjoyed a care free childhood. In 1013 and 1016 the Danes attacked England. Edward’s father died, and his family ran off to Normandy. England was run by a fearless Viking called Canute. Edward’s mum is forced to marry Canute, and they have a son called Harthacanute. </li></ul><ul><li>In 1035 King Canute dies. Canute’s two sons argue about who should become the next King. Emma encourages Edward to return to England and claim the throne. Edward gets as far as Southampton but is forced to retreat. Edward finally claims the throne in 1042. He then marries Edith, sister of Harold Godwin in 1045. Edward and Edith fail to produce any children. But Edward decided to name a few others as his heir to the throne:- </li></ul><ul><li>King Estrithson of Denmark </li></ul><ul><li>Prince Edward Atheling </li></ul><ul><li>Duke William of Normandy </li></ul><ul><li>Harold Godwinson </li></ul><ul><li>On Christmas Eve 1065 Edward dies. On his deathbed Edward looked at Harold and said “I give you this Kingdom for you to protect” Harold had been named by Edward as the next person to take the throne of England. In January 6 th 1066 Edward was buried, and Harold Godwinson crowned King of England. Harold’s position was not safe – the three other people Edward had named all wanted to become King of England. </li></ul>
  9. 13. In Pairs Your event order (1 is the first event, 10 is the last event) Actual event Correct event order 1035 – Canute dies and his two sons argue about who should be King of England. The Danes attack England. 1042 – Edward claims the throne. The young Edward enjoyed a carefree childhood. England was run by a fearless Viking called Canute. His mother, Emma, was forced to marry Canute. 1065 – Edward dies. Emma, Edward’s mum, encourages him to return to England and fight for the throne. Edward’s father dies. 1045 – Edward marries Edith, but fails to have a son or daughter. Edward and his family flee England and live in Normandy, France
  10. 14. Your event order Actual event Correct event order 1035 – Canute dies and his two sons argue about who should be King of England. 6 The Danes attack England under the leadership of Canute. 2 1042 – Edward claims the throne. 8 The young Edward enjoyed a carefree childhood. 1 England was run by a fearless Viking called Canute. His mother, Emma, was forced to marry Canute. 5 1065 – Edward dies. 10 Emma, Edward’s mum, encourages him to return to England and fight for the throne. 7 Edward’s father dies fighting the Danes who attacked England. 3 1045 – Edward marries Edith, but fails to have a son or daughter. 9 Edward and his family flee England and live in Normandy, France 4
  11. 15. Birth Death Happiest Moments Saddest Moments
  12. 16. Happiest Moments Saddest Moments The Young Edward enjoyed A carefree childhood
  13. 17. Happiest Moments Saddest Moments Replicate your group graph into your own book
  14. 18. Happiest Moments Saddest Moments Justify your selections to another group
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