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  1. Learning Habit: Noticing Bell Task: Write down three differences between these two paintings Think about what you can SEE Think about what you can INTERPRET

  2. Lesson Focus: Cause and Consequence Lesson Outcomes • To know the two sides of the Civil War (L4) • To understand the events of the Civil War (L5) • To analyse a painting in order to explain the events (L5/6)

  3. The English Civil War I believe I should have all power We want someone else in charge VS Cavaliers Roundheads

  4. What's the difference? • Roundheads • Supported parliament • Church of England, but quite strict, many puritans • Ordinary working men • Cavaliers • Supported the King • Church of England, but like some Catholics practices such as decorated churches • Usually rich

  5. Input: Fact File Who? Roundheads Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Who? Cavaliers Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Parliament The King Oliver Cromwell King Charles I Ordinary working men Rich men Strict Church of England Church of England, but with Catholic sympathies Church of England, but with Catholic sympathies Rich men The King King Charles I Oliver Cromwell Parliament Strict Church of England Ordinary working men

  6. Lesson Focus: Cause and Consequence Lesson Outcomes • To know the two sides of the Civil War (L4)

  7. Activity: Watch the video and try to fill in the gaps on your worksheet Civil War Events Civil War was declared in 1642, at ______________________. The first major battle was at ___________________, however it was a draw and the fighting continued. After a defeat at London, the _________________________ won at Roundaway Down, and also went on to take Bolton, Preston, Wigan and Liverpool. However, the _______________________________ fought back with wins at Marston Moor, Newbury and Naseby. Charles tried to make a truce with the _____________________, but they handed him over to the Roundheads. The Scots eventually formed an alliance with Charles I in hopes of defeating __________________ ______________________. However, the plan failed and he became in charge of the country. The Civil War ended and Charles lost his ____________. Nottingham Edgehill Cavaliers Roundheads Scottish Oliver Cromwell head

  8. Lesson Focus: Cause and Consequence Lesson Outcomes • To know the two sides of the Civil War (L4) • To understand the events of the Civil War (L5)

  9. Learning Habit: Reasoning Lets look again at the painting from last lesson: Demonstrate: Go back to your sheet and add more information to what you could see. ‘The execution of Charles I’, painted in 1649, artist unknown, based on eyewitness accounts.

  10. Lesson Focus: Cause and Consequence Lesson Outcomes • To know the two sides of the Civil War (L4) • To understand the events of the Civil War (L5) • To analyse a painting in order to explain the events (L5/6)

  11. Plenary: Game of Taboo! Can you explain what it is without saying the word?

  12. Fact Files Who? Cavaliers Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Who? Cavaliers Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Who? Roundheads Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Fact Files Who? Roundheads Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Who? Cavaliers Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Fact Files Who? Roundheads Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Fact Files Who?Roundheads Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________ Who? Cavaliers Supported?_________ Leader?____________ Members?__________ Religion?___________