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World Civilizations Week 4 Bell #2 02/06/13. Who was Robin Hood? What does he stand for?. D.R.S.L.s. Students will investigate the diffusion and interaction of cultures from the classical period through the Age of Discovery. How was the kingdom of England formed?

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World civilizations week 4 bell 2 02 06 13
World Civilizations Week 4 Bell #202/06/13

  • Who was Robin Hood?

  • What does he stand for?


D r s l s
D.R.S.L.s

  • Students will investigate the diffusion and interaction of cultures from the classical period through the Age of Discovery.

    • How was the kingdom of England formed?

    • What were the results of the Norman conquest of England?

    • Where does the legend of Robin Hood come from?


Section 4 vocab
Section 4 Vocab.

  • shires

  • common law

  • Alfred the Great

  • Edward the Confessor

  • William the Conqueror

  • Henry II

  • Thomas Beckett

  • Eleanor of Aquitaine

  • Magna Carta

  • Simon de Montfort


Forming of england
Forming of england

  • Anglo-Saxon rule

    • “land of the Angles” (England)

    • Independent Kingdoms

      • Northumbria

      • Mercia

      • Wessex

    • Shires (sheriff)

    • Alfred the Great (Wessex)

      • control of all of England

      • Drove Danes out



The shires
The Shires

faculty.history.wisc.edu


Norman conquest
Norman Conquest

  • Dispute over rule of England

    • Dual claims to the throne

      • William of Normandy (The Conqueror)

      • Harold of Wessex

    • Battle of Hastings (October 1066)

    • Norman customs and culture mixed with Anglo-Saxon

    • William strengthened the Monarchy in England

      • Who lost power?


Robin hood
Robin Hood

  • Do you think Robin hood ever existed?

  • Does he still exist?

    • If so, in what form?


Assignment
Assignment

  • Complete the Chapter 13.4 Guided Reading Strategies


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