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The role of the church in the Early Modern Period

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Why was there a witch craze in Early Modern England?
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KS3 | Early Modern period: 1500-1750
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Timeline of the dissolution of the monasteries
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KS3 KS4 | British studies | Early Modern period: 1500-1750
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Did Elizabeth I find a 'middle way' in religion?
A card sort of Elizabeth's key changes to the Church. Students  … read more
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Was Henry VIII a Protestant?
A card sort looking at Henry's actions. Students come to a judgement  … read more
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How did the Church change over the Tudor period?
Students react to key changes to plot a living graph. A really  … read more
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KS3 | Early Modern period: 1500-1750
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Henry's break with Rome: true or false?
A straightforward plenary activity to test students' understanding  … read more
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What problems faced James I?
A useful source-based exercise which could work as an introduction  … read more
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KS3 | Historical enquiry | Early Modern period: 1500-1750
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Tudor changes to the Church - Snap!
A speedy recap activity which can be played individually, in  … read more
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How radical was Henry's break with Rome?
A sequence of active tasks which consider the differences between  … read more
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KS3 | Change and continuity | Early Modern period: 1500-1750
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The monastery inspectors
Pupils write and perform a play based on the monastery inspections  … read more
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KS3 | Communicating about the past | Using evidence | Early Modern period: 1500-1750
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Bizarre belief bingo!
An activity where students explore the range of religious beliefs  … read more
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KS3 | Diversity | Early Modern period: 1500-1750
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