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  • Starter
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  • BASED ON THIS PICTURE ALONE. WHO SHOULD WIN AND WHY? Write your answer below the image using bullet points.
  • Comment Wall
  • Marking feedback
    • H/W record in your blue books needs to be filled in – SELF MANAGERS [Daniel  ]
    • SWOT analysis needs to be glued in
    • H/Ws on the whole were excellent [ Daniel, David ]
    • Review our soldiers comparison chart
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  • 13 age limit
  • Learning outcome By the end of today’s lesson we will have.... Examined the Battle of Hastings (or Senlac Hill!) in detail Sorted the key events via group work Evaluated why William won ahead of our H/W
  • 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
  • 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. 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. 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. 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 share what I have learnt in different ways for different people. I like a new challenge. I work towards goals and commit myself to tasks. I get to lessons on time with the equipment I need. I am not afraid to have a go at new things. I plan my own time and work to deadlines. I am able to deal with change. 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 effected by different points of view, beliefs or circumstances. I can back up points of view.
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  • Let’s review
  • The Saxon Army
    • Harold had two types of soldiers in his army:
    2. Fyrd These were part time, unpaid soldiers who were called up when the country was in danger.
  • The Saxon Army
    • Harold had two types of soldiers in his army:
    1. Housecarls These were full time professional soldiers who were well trained & paid.
  • The Norman Army Spearmen Archers Horsemen / Calvary
  • The Norman Army These are highly trained, full time professional soldiers!
  • The Battlefield
  • The Battlefield Unsuitable for horsemen Harold’s Housecarls Harold Army forms a shield Wall William’s Horsemen William’s Archers William’s Spearmen & Foot soldiers Fyrd: Part Time Soldiers
  • The Start of the Battle ‘The blowing of trumpets announced the start of the battle on both sides. Eager and brave Normans were the first to attack. The English threw javelins and missiles of all sorts, dealing out savage blows with their axes.’ William of Poitiers
  • The Start of the Battle Bayeux Tapestry, The Normans attack the Saxon Shield Wall
  • Early Stages of the Battle ‘The English were helped by the advantage of their high position which, massed tightly together they held without attempting to advance. The weapons which they fought with easily cut through shields and other protective armour.’ William of Poitiers
  • Early Stages of the Battle ‘The English were helped by the advantage of their high position which, massed tightly together they held without attempting to advance. The weapons which they fought with easily cut through shields and other protective armour.’ William of Poitiers Aha, I’m going to try me some French frogs legs!
  • The Normans start running away ‘The Normans imaged their Duke was dead, but he rushed after them and showed his bared head. “Look at me!” he shouted, “I’m still alive.”
  • A Cunning Plan! Duke William Hey Lads, I have a plan! What was William’s Cunning Plan?
  • A Cunning Plan! Duke William When the Normans retreated a thousand Saxon Warriors left the protection of the Shield Wall to chase after the Normans. They were easily Killed by the Norman Horsemen! Hey Lads, I have a plan!
  • Second Stage: Cunning Plan! Oh – Oh! Normans pretend to run away
  • Second Stage: Cunning Plan! Oh – Oh! They then turn around and splatter the Saxons who are chasing after them!
  • Second Stage: Cunning Plan! ‘They withdrew, pretending to turn in flight. Some thousand or more of the English rushed forward; suddenly the Normans turned their horses, cut off the force which was pursuing (chasing) them, encircled them and massacred (killed) them to the last man. Twice the Normans used this trick with equal success.’ William of Poitiers
  • Third Stage: The Archers
    • The Shield Wall was weakened but still strong, so William orders his Archers to aim high to distract the Saxons whilst he led another charge.
  • Fourth Stage:The Shield Wall Collapses Harold’s brothers are killed.
  • Final Stage: Death of Harold William sends in a hit squad of Normans to kill King Harold
  • Final Stage: Death of Harold William sends in a hit squad of Normans to kill King Harold “Then it was with an arrow which was shot towards the sky, struck Harold above the right eye.” Guy of Amein, 1067 “Receiving the fatal arrow from a distance, he died. One of the Norman soldiers with a sword then cut off his leg as he lay.” William of Mamesbury, 1125
  • Final Stage: Death of Harold “Then it was with an arrow which was shot towards the sky, struck Harold above the right eye.” Guy of Amein, 1067
  • Aftermath Once King Harold and his brothers are dead the rest of the Saxon army runaway.
  • The Battlefield Today King Harold was killed here
  • Task 1 Read the handout sheet A3 on the actual battle Title:- The Battle of Hastings October 14 th 1066
  • Task 1 Q Why did the Normans decide to set off from Hastings at about 6 am? Q Why did the Normans pretend to retreat? Q What was the “turning-point”?
  • Task 2 Let’s clear the desks and chairs to the side
  • Task 2 Groups of 3
  • Task 2 Events in chronological order
  • Task 3 Sorting the cards - Why did William win the Battle of Hastings?
  • Task 3 Good decisions (by William) Bad decisions (by Harold) Luck FACTS
  • Task 3 Glue these onto sugar paper Good decision Bad decision Luck Facts
  • Task 4 Homework :- Look at the sheet I’m sending ‘round for you to complete a report on the Battle in your blue H/W books