What can we know about medieval Mali?

You can download the worksheet for today’s lesson here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, please complete the tasks in the yellow boxes. STARTER: What have we learnt about medieval Mali? Think back to our last four lessons where we have explored travelers’ accounts, oral history and the buildings in medieval Mali. BulletContinue reading “What can we know about medieval Mali?”

What is left to tell us of medieval Mali?

You can click here to download the worksheet for today’s lesson. If you are unable to download the worksheet, complete the tasks in the yellow boxes below. KEY WORDS:Caravan = medieval traders, usually using camels to transport their goods across Africa. STARTER:Who do you think the richest person of all time is? Could it beContinue reading “What is left to tell us of medieval Mali?”

What do travellers accounts tell us about Medieval Mali?

You can download the worksheet for today’s lesson here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, complete the tasks as outlined in the yellow boxes below. KEY WORDS:Sultan = A Muslim ruler.Hajj = A very important holy pilgrimage for Muslims whereby they travel to Mecca in modern day Saudi Arabia. STARTER:Watch the following videoContinue reading “What do travellers accounts tell us about Medieval Mali?”

How can we find out about civilizations in the past?

You can download the worksheet for today’s lesson here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, complete the tasks in the yellow boxes below. KEY WORD:Civilization = A society that has a complex culture and way of living. STARTER:I asked you this question on our very first lesson together, but let me ask youContinue reading “How can we find out about civilizations in the past?”

The Tudor Religious Roller Coaster

You can download the worksheet for today’s lesson here. You can also download the ‘Roller Coaster’ template for Task Two if you want to do this task on Microsoft Paint. If you cannot download these, please complete the tasks in the yellow boxes below on paper. KEY WORDS: STARTER:The changes to the Church in theContinue reading “The Tudor Religious Roller Coaster”

Did Elizabeth’s ‘Religious Settlement’ please everybody?

You can download the worksheet for today’s lesson here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, please complete the tasks in the yellow boxes below. KEY WORDS:Religious conflict = Fighting between two different religious groups.Tolerant = Accepting someone who has a different idea to you, and allowing them to do what they want toContinue reading “Did Elizabeth’s ‘Religious Settlement’ please everybody?”

Did Mary transform the Church or did she fail?

You can download the worksheet for today’s lesson here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, please complete the tasks as outlined in the yellow boxes below. STARTER:We have learnt a large amount of Key Words over the past few weeks when looking at Tudor religion. They can be hard to remember, and it’sContinue reading “Did Mary transform the Church or did she fail?”

Why is Mary I known as ‘Bloody Mary’?

You can download the worksheet here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, complete the questions in the yellow boxes as outlined below. KEY WORDS:Hinder = something that is going to hold you back, or stop you, from doing what you want to do. STARTER:Edward died in 1553, leaving his Catholic sister Mary toContinue reading “Why is Mary I known as ‘Bloody Mary’?”

Did Edward VI transform the English Church?

You can download the worksheet here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, complete the tasks as outlined in the yellow boxes below. KEY WORDS:Rapid change = a change that occurred very quickly.Partial change = a change where some things changed, but other parts remained the same.Complete change = where everything changes.Clergy = someoneContinue reading “Did Edward VI transform the English Church?”