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Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1
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Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson1

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Year 8 History

Year 8 History

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  • 1. Task: On the table in front of you is the copy of a film poster on Robin Hood. Find another person in the class who has the same one as you and sit down together.
  • 2. 1. Write down 3 words that best sum up the interpretation of Robin Hood you have? e.g brave, dull, hero 2. Which details in the poster make you think of these words? In pairs:
  • 3.  
  • 4. Will the 'real' Robin Hood please stand up
  • 5. Feedback to class: What similarities are there in your interpretations? What differences are there in your interpretations? Why? What do you think has not been included in your interpretation?
  • 6.  
  • 7. Task:
    • In your book, copy the title: Will the ‘real’ Robin Hood please stand up?
    • We are now going to produce a spider diagram in our books on what members of your form thinks are the key features/ characters of the story of Robin Hood .
    • So, in the middle of the page write 8____’s Robin Hood.
    • Write down on your spider diagram what members of your form say.
  • 8.  
  • 9. Why did you disagree on what is in the Robin Hood story?

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