Was victory inevitable for Cromwell and his Parliamentarians?

You can download the worksheet here. If you are unable to download the worksheet, complete the questions as outlined in the yellow boxes below. KEY WORDS:Inevitable = Something that is definitely going to happen. STARTER: Who were the following?Look at the list of people below. Who were they, and what role did they have inContinue reading “Was victory inevitable for Cromwell and his Parliamentarians?”

How was the English Civil War fought?

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 WORDS:Cavalry = Soldiers that fought on horseback.Cavalier = The nickname given to Royalist fighters as they usually fought on horseback.Roundhead = The nickname given to Parliamentarian fighters as theyContinue reading “How was the English Civil War fought?”

What were the causes of the English Civil War?

You can download the worksheet for this lesson below. If you are unable to download the worksheet, complete the tasks in the yellow boxes below. KEY WORDS:Favourite = A person that the King kept close to them as they could provide useful advise on running the country.Mismanagement = When something is not managed well.Taxation =Continue reading “What were the causes of the English Civil War?”

What is the most important reason to study the English Civil War?

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:Civil War = A war between groups of people from the same country.Supremacy = When something has more power than something else.Republic = a form of government thatContinue reading “What is the most important reason to study the English Civil War?”