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  1. How dangerous was the Revolt of the Northern Earls of 1569? Own ‘depends on questions’.

  2. Starter • ‘D’ and ‘ND’ analysis of the Simon Schama video and the narrative (p66/7 of Simpson) • Who am I game based on the main protagonists on p166 of SHP

  3. Main 1 • Analyse the causes and aims of the rebellion and their danger using sources 17.5, 17.6, 17.7, 17.8, 17.11 & 17.12. • Do the same with the events of the rebellion using 17.9, 17.10, 17.13 & 17.14

  4. Main 2 • Read the events of the timeline of the rebellion (p167 SHP). Decide if you think ‘dangerous’ or ‘not dangerous’ and produce a tabloid headline which encapsulates the event and your view.

  5. Main 3 • Consider the response of the government on p170 of SHP. How dangerous did the Elizabethan government perceive the rebellion to be? • Study the reasons for the rebellion’s failure at the top of p168 of SHP. Prioritise and justify.

  6. Main 4 • TV style documentaries representing the 2 distinct interpretations. • Remember the techniques to get information across.

  7. Video?

  8. Plenary • How far do you agree with Haigh’s assertion, describing the rebellion as ‘a major threat to Elizabeth’s regime….the rising which took place had been extremely dangerous, and if Elizabeth’s government had made a few small errors (such as delay in moving Mary), there could have been a disaster. Elizabeth had been very lucky.’ (1988) • Answer your ‘depends on questions’.