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The Normans Entertainment. A presentation by Year 8

The Normans Entertainment. A presentation by Year 8

The Normans Entertainment. A presentation by Year 8. The Normans would have danced, juggled or acrobatics for entertainment. Chess and Draughts. They also would have played draughts or chess, they were some of the most common games played by the Normans. Dancing.

By fayola
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 starter activity. Do you know what an anachronism is? There are 5 of them in the picture. Try to spot them?

 starter activity. Do you know what an anachronism is? There are 5 of them in the picture. Try to spot them?

 starter activity. Do you know what an anachronism is? There are 5 of them in the picture. Try to spot them?. See p.27, ‘SHP History, Year 7’. How can we find out about the Romans today?.  Learning objectives. To understand 10 new key words & facts connected with the Romans

By donald
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A Peasant’s Life

A Peasant’s Life

A Peasant’s Life. 1066–1500. This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities are not editable. For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. Learning objectives. This presentation covers: What life was like in a medieval village.

By clive
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The Origins of English

The Origins of English

The Origins of English. English. t he more formal and technical vocabulary is LATINATE (=derived from Latin). t he grammar and m any of the most f requent words are GERMANIC. Until the 4 th century – Britain was inhabited by Celts. In the 4 th century – the Anglo-Saxons

By hisano
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Dublin Early History 1167 to 1360

Dublin Early History 1167 to 1360

Dublin Early History 1167 to 1360. The Normans, 1167 The Black Death, 1348 The Pale.

By kira
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WHAP AP Review

WHAP AP Review

WHAP AP Review. 600 C.E. to 1450 Chapters 13-22. The Big Picture. What makes a nation? Empire? Should we look at shared culture or geographical boundaries? Change: trade, migration, invasion, internal developments Compare: trade and economic systems

By chavi
(138 views)

The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period . 1066-1485 AD 1066-the year the Normans defeated the Anglo-Saxons at the Battle of Hastings. William the Conqueror, a Norman (French), was now king of England. Norman Rule in England. The Anglo-Saxon culture and Norman/French culture blended.

By zwi
(158 views)

Apologetics 101

Apologetics 101

Apologetics 101. The Crusades. The Popular Modernist View. Made popular by anti-Christian writers such as Voltaire, Hume, Gibbon, and others, who wished to cast the established church in the worst possible light.

By elana
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Franks (Carolingian Dynasty)

Franks (Carolingian Dynasty)

Franks (Carolingian Dynasty). By Elisabet Benitez. Important figures . Pippin II: first of the great Carolingian mayors Charles Martel: illegitimated son of Pippin II who became a mayor, reunited the Frankish realm and stemmed the Muslim invasion at Poitiers

By varana
(186 views)

The Evolution of Language (8/15, 8/16)

The Evolution of Language (8/15, 8/16)

The Evolution of Language (8/15, 8/16). Journal. In today’s society, which form of communication do you believe to be the most important? How have forms of communication evolved today?. CCGPS. ELACC11-12RL4:

By amora
(128 views)

History of the Vikings in England

History of the Vikings in England

History of the Vikings in England. Overview from 800 to 1069 C.E . Ability to Raid. - Records s how that by 793 C.E. Vikings had begun raids on monasteries in northern England

By shea
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The History of the English Language

The History of the English Language

The History of the English Language. Old English . English. Is a Germanic language of the Indo-European family. It is the second most spoken language in the world. What is the most spoken language in the world? . The Numbers.

By elinor
(191 views)

The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales. By Geoffrey Chaucer. English in Transition. The first example of the Middle English vernacular used in a lengthy, ambitious literary effort

By nuru
(99 views)

The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period . 1066-1485 AD 1066-the year the Normans defeated the Anglo-Saxons at the Battle of Hastings. William the Conqueror, a Norman (French), was now king of England. Norman Rule in England. The Anglo-Saxon culture and Norman/French culture blended.

By aurek
(137 views)

Robin Hood

Robin Hood

Robin Hood . RV 2. Introduction – Where? When?. England – Saxon people France (Normandy) – Norman people Sherwood Forest – near the town of Nottingham, England (about 200km from London) King Richard – 1189-1199. Robin Hood. He was half-Saxon and half-Norman.

By bao
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Anglo-Saxon Period of Literature

Anglo-Saxon Period of Literature

Anglo-Saxon Period of Literature. Introduction. Great Britain . Island, isolated from Europe Invaded and settled many times Celts, the Romans, The Angles and Saxons, Jutes, Vikings, and Normans. The Celts (pronounced Kelts). Tall, blond warriors

By felcia
(447 views)

Normans

Normans

Normans. Who were the Normans. Normans descended from the Vikings who settled in Normandy, France. In 1066 their leader William the Conqueror invaded England. He defeated King Harold at the Battle of Hastings. Bayeux Tapestry.

By gotzon
(814 views)

The Formation of the English Language

The Formation of the English Language

The Formation of the English Language. Ms. Mathews English 10H. “The making of English is the story of four invasions and a cultural revolution.” . The language in its simplest form was brought to Britain by Germanic tribes: The Angles The Saxons The Frisians The Jutes

By jamar
(671 views)

The Battle of Hastings, 1066

The Battle of Hastings, 1066

The Battle of Hastings, 1066. 1. Housecarls. These were full time professional soldiers who were well trained & paid. The Saxon Army. Harold had two types of soldiers in his army:.

By keon
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The Battle of Hastings, 1066

The Battle of Hastings, 1066

The Battle of Hastings, 1066. By Mr RJ Huggins. 1. Housecarls. These were full time professional soldiers who were well trained & paid. The Saxon Army. Harold had two types of soldiers in his army:.

By lilah-alvarez
(183 views)

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