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History at Key Stage 2

Unit 6c:

Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

-A Viking Case Study


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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Who invaded and settled in Britain a long time ago?

Dictionary definitions

Invade verb

to enter for conquest or plunder e.g.“invade a country”

Settle verb

to establish a place to live, to make one's home e.g “settle in London”

Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past? A Viking Case Study


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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Sort the words into the correct columns

Arrive

Conquer

Visit

Attack

Remain

Land

Stay

Defeat

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1850s: Florence Nightingale the past?

790-1060s:

The Viking Age

1666: The Great Fire of London

625: Burial at Sutton Hoo

Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

AD

BC

400

1600

1200

2000

800

200

600

1400

1000

1800

200

0

55 BC - 400 AD: Roman Britain

Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past? A Viking Case Study


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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Who invaded and settled in Britain a long time ago?

This picture shows an Viking invader.

The Vikings raided British towns and

cities many times before they eventually

settled.

What clues in the picture tell you that this was

an invader rather than a settler?

helmet

axe

shield

sword

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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

This picture shows some Viking settlers.

The Vikings settled in Britain after

the invasion.

They built homes like the one below and farms.

What clues in the picture tell you that these were settlers rather than invaders?

Who invaded and settled in Britain a long time ago?

A Viking longhouse

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Iceland the past?

Finland

Greenland &

North America

Britain &

Ireland

France, Holland & Germany

Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Why did the Vikings travel from their homelands

and where did they go?

The Vikings came from Scandinavia

(shown in red)

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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

How did the Vikings travel so far from their homelands?

They travelled in longships, like the one shown below. They were very fast ships which could go ashore almost anywhere.

square

sail

row of shields

carving on the prow

flat bottom

oars

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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Why were monasteries good places to raid?

Monasteries are easy to raid. The monks don’t fight back

The Vikings steal the food stores we keep for the poor.

And the monks have lots of treasure which people have donated to them. We steal that too.

Because we build our monasteries in quiet, out of town places, there’s no-one nearby to help us

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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Here is a picture of a Viking settlement.

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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Who was King Alfred the Great?

Alfred was born in 849.

By the age of 22 he had become the ruler of the West Saxons.

He raised an army to drive the Danes out of the South of England.

He then made an agreement with the Danes that they could live in a certain part of England.

This area was called the Danelaw.

He also made many improvements to the army and navy, and to education and laws.

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Unit 6c: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?

Where did the Vikings finally settle in England?

The area shown in red on the map was called the Danelaw. This was the area controlled by the Vikings.

The green areas were controlled by the Anglo-Saxons.

This was the situation after the agreement that was made between the Danes and King Alfred.

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