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Which woman was most significant? Can you remember the five ways we determine significance?. Boudicca, 1st century AD. Emily Pankhurst, 1858-1928. Rosa Parks, 1913-2005. Florence Nightingale, 1820-1910. Significance. R emarkable – are they an important person?

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Which woman was most significant? Can you remember the five ways we determine significance?

Boudicca, 1st century AD

Emily Pankhurst, 1858-1928

Rosa Parks, 1913-2005

Florence Nightingale, 1820-1910

significance
Significance
  • Remarkable – are they an important person?
  • Resulting in change – what did they change?
  • Revealing – what can the tell us about the time
  • Remembered - ways they’re remembered today
  • Resonant or the ripple effect – do they have an effect on other generations?
what was so special about elizabeth

Key words: significance

What was so special about Elizabeth?

 Learning objectives

TBAT identify & explain at least reasons why Elizabeth’s reign was significant

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What are the features of a ‘commemorative plate’? What might be on a plate celebrating our Queen?

your task part i
 Your task – part I

Tip: why not use the five petals of the Tudor rose for the 5 ‘R’s

  • Design a commemorative plate for Elizabeth I.
  • You must include
    • A portrait
    • Her dates
    • A suitable motto or saying
    • At least 3 images / words that sum up significant achievements of her reign
  • Label – explaining your points on the back of your plate, TYPED
your task part ii
 Your task – part II

The Victoria and Albert Museum wishes to purchase one of the plates. Decide as a table which plate should be considered – ONLY ONE PER TABLE! Then, make your case to the class explaining why your plate best explains the significance of Elizabeth I and her reign.

extension task
 Extension task
  • Produce a commemorative plate for another significant woman in history – it could even be our own Queen Elizabeth II to celebrate her jubilee! 5 fruitions for successful candidates!
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 Plenary

5 ‘R’s?

Why was Elizabeth I so significant?

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