Starter Task     Me and Jack here, would      like you to write down 3     things that you love about          living in S...
Todays Aim:     I will learn about Alexander III King of Scotland.     I will learn that Scotland was happy during the    ...
RULES OF SUCCESSION  The oldest son becomes King.If the oldest son is dead, and had no children of his own, the next     o...
Think, Pair, & Share1. The king is dead, who becomes   king? 2. The king and all 3 sons die, who            becomes king? ...
Alexander iii of scotland                                 1251Henry III of                     Margaret England           ...
Scotland; the golden age
Scotland; the golden age
Scotland; the golden ageHakon of Norway Versus Alexander III
ALEXANDER IIIAlexander    Margaret   1284-Alexander    III      1275        19 years old                       1280-David,...
ALEXANDER III     1285
ALEXANDER III
ALEXANDER IIIEric II    Margaret                      Margaret                      Maid of                      Norway
I can now,     discuss who Alexander III was.     describe why Scotland was happy during     Alexander’s reign.     identi...
Where does all the trouble begin??Extension You are one of Alexander IIIs knights who has just heard the news of his death...
Alexander III of Scotland 1286-1290
Alexander III of Scotland 1286-1290
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The year is 1286, Alexader III travels to Kinghorn in Fife to see his new wife Yolande. Bad luck and typical Scottish weather makes Alexander's ride from Edinburgh rough. The next day, Alexander is found with his neck broken, Scotland is in turmoil. Who will replace the king?

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Alexander III of Scotland 1286-1290

  1. 1. Starter Task Me and Jack here, would like you to write down 3 things that you love about living in Scotland
  2. 2. Todays Aim: I will learn about Alexander III King of Scotland. I will learn that Scotland was happy during the Kings reign I will be able to identify the reasons why Scotland had no one to sit on the royal throneSuccess CriteriaClass discussion.Group workActive role play
  3. 3. RULES OF SUCCESSION The oldest son becomes King.If the oldest son is dead, and had no children of his own, the next oldest son becomes King.If there are no sons, the oldest daughter becomes Queen.
  4. 4. Think, Pair, & Share1. The king is dead, who becomes king? 2. The king and all 3 sons die, who becomes king? The King’s 3 Sons David aged 4 James aged 12 Richard aged 21
  5. 5. Alexander iii of scotland 1251Henry III of Margaret England 1249 Alexander III crowned King of Scotland
  6. 6. Scotland; the golden age
  7. 7. Scotland; the golden age
  8. 8. Scotland; the golden ageHakon of Norway Versus Alexander III
  9. 9. ALEXANDER IIIAlexander Margaret 1284-Alexander III 1275 19 years old 1280-David, younger1281-Eric II of Norway son Marries Margaret 1283-Margaret gives birth to a daughter, also called, Margaret
  10. 10. ALEXANDER III 1285
  11. 11. ALEXANDER III
  12. 12. ALEXANDER IIIEric II Margaret Margaret Maid of Norway
  13. 13. I can now, discuss who Alexander III was. describe why Scotland was happy during Alexander’s reign. identify the reasons why Scotland had no one to sit on the royal throne after 1290.Success CriteriaClass discussion.Group workActive role play
  14. 14. Where does all the trouble begin??Extension You are one of Alexander IIIs knights who has just heard the news of his death. Your role is, to write a letter to the leaders of Scotland explaining what has happened to him and how this will effect the monarchy and rule of Scotland.

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