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Published: 18/07/2012
KS3 | Communicating about the past | Significance | The Medieval period: 1000-1500
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Who was the true hero in the battle for Britain?

A group exercise designed to get students thinking about the relative success and ‘heroism’ of key figures in the ‘battle for Britain’ in the 13th and 14th centuries – William Wallace, Edward I, Prince Llywelyn and Robert the Bruce.        

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