In pairs: What can you see? What impression does this give of Robin Hood?
Will the 'real'  Robin Hood  please stand up
 
Interpretations Interpretations are different versions of the past.  What are interpretations? Who creates interpretations...
Key Points about Interpretations Different people tell different stories about the past.   Different people tell different...
 
Interpretations Interpretations are different versions of the past.   All kinds of people create interpretations of the pa...
Will the 'real'  Robin Hood  please stand up
 
Task: We are going to look at 2 different interpretations of Robin Hood .  <ul><li>One traditional story about Robin Hood....
Task: Why are there so many different interpretations of Robin Hood?
Homework: Design a film poster to advertise a film on Robin Hood. Your poster will reflect who  you  think the ‘real’ Robi...
 
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Will The Real Robin Hood Please Stand Up Lesson2

  1. 1. In pairs: What can you see? What impression does this give of Robin Hood?
  2. 2. Will the 'real' Robin Hood please stand up
  3. 4. Interpretations Interpretations are different versions of the past. What are interpretations? Who creates interpretations? All kinds of people create interpretations of the past – film-makers and museum directors, people who write books or websites, people who take part in living history events. The tricky thing about this is that people often give us different versions about the past.
  4. 5. Key Points about Interpretations Different people tell different stories about the past. Different people tell different stories about the past by including some people, topics or evidence and leaving out or down playing others.
  5. 7. Interpretations Interpretations are different versions of the past. All kinds of people create interpretations of the past – film-makers and museum directors, people who write books or websites, people who take part in living history events. The tricky thing about this is that people often give us different versions about the past. Interpretations is an historical concept. Copy in a different colour into your book. Key Points about Interpretations Different people tell different stories about the past. Different people tell different stories about the past by including some people, topics or evidence and leaving out or down playing others.
  6. 8. Will the 'real' Robin Hood please stand up
  7. 10. Task: We are going to look at 2 different interpretations of Robin Hood . <ul><li>One traditional story about Robin Hood. </li></ul><ul><li>Disney’s Robin Hood </li></ul>2. In what ways are they similar and in what ways are they different? Why? 3. What has not been included? Why?
  8. 11. Task: Why are there so many different interpretations of Robin Hood?
  9. 12. Homework: Design a film poster to advertise a film on Robin Hood. Your poster will reflect who you think the ‘real’ Robin Hood was. See task sheet for more details.
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