Learning Habit: Noticing. Bell Task: Look at this painting and write down what you can see. Lesson Focus: Cause and Consequence . Lesson Outcomes. To know what Charles I was like, and the problems he faced (L4) To understand the causes of the C ivil War (L5)
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Look at this painting and write down
what you can see.
In our other lessons we have looked at James I and the Gunpowder Plot, it is now 1625 and Charles I (James’ son) becomes King.
Input: Look at your information sheet and pick out some details about what Charles I and the problems he faced then record them on your profile sheet!
Stuck? –See if the person next to you can help, if not put your hand up and ask for help!
Finished? –Think about why his personality and life style might cause problems, and write your ideas on your sheet.
3. ReligionCauses of Civil War
Activity: Sort your cards into the Venn diagram, record your answers on your sheet!
The Civil War took place between 1642 and 1651
After you have sorted the cards and recorded your findings, make sure you decide which is the most important reason.
You should have decided which reason you think was the most important for the cause of the civil war. Which one did you decide?
To write about the causes of the English Civil War, using your sheet.
-You must decide the most important cause and explain why
-You must try to include the other reasons
What can you see?