Anglo-saxon & Norman England, C1060-88 by Ian Dawson

By Ian Dawson

Counseled for Edexcel aid your scholars in achieving their complete power whereas making sure speed, leisure and motivation with this specific sequence from the top historical past writer; built by means of professional educators who know the way to instil deep topic wisdom and an urge for food for lifelong studying. - presents unique techniques to different elements of the 2016 specification, making sure that your lecture room assets are adapted to beginners' altering wishes as they growth throughout the curriculum - Caters for various studying kinds, utilizing a thrilling mixture of transparent narrative, visible stimulus fabrics and a wealthy number of modern resources to trap the curiosity of all scholars - is helping scholars maximise their grade capability and advance their examination talents via based counsel on answering each query variety effectively - Blends in-depth insurance of issues with actions and techniques to assist scholars gather, continue and revise middle topic wisdom around the years - Builds on our adventure publishing well known GCSE assets to provide you with exact, authoritative content material written via skilled academics who comprehend the sensible implications of latest content material and overview specifications Anglo-Saxon and Norman England, c.1066-88 covers all 3 key themes within the specification: 'Anglo-Saxon England and the Norman Conquest, 1060-66'; 'William in strength: securing the dominion, 1066-87'; 'Norman England, 1066-88.'

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3 What evidence is there that threats from overseas were continuing? 4 a) List the different methods of winning control that William used. b) Ca n you identify any pattern in William's methods? 2 Yo u r e n q u i ry: H ow d id Wi l l ia m secu re contro l? This chapter explores English resistance and rebellions - and also the methods used by William to establish and maintain control of England. You will explore one major enquiry question: There are four mini enquiries which contribute to this majoy question: 1 How did William try to control England 1066-67?

How far do you agree? Explain your answer. The most important task before you begin writing is to decide why you think William won the battle? To do this: 1 Arrange the factor diamonds opposite in a pattern such as the ones shown in the chart. You can have as many factors as you wish in each part of the chart. Use the evidence in your completed Knowledge Organisers and turning points table to help you. Example hypothesis A Example hypothesis B Factors making William's victory inevitable Factors making William's victory probable Factors making William's victory possible Factors that had no part in William's victory Now it's time to write you r answer!

3 Harold's coronation was unlawful because it was performed by Archbishop Stigand who the Pope had said was corrupt and should not be archbishop. _.. This scene from the Bayeux Tapestry clearly shows Stigand standing next to Harold as if he had just placed the crown on Harold's head. In contrast, English sources say that Harold was crowned by Aldred, the Archbishop of York. THE CLAIMS AND MOTIVES OF HARALD AND WILLIAM 1 Complete this table to help you remember the claims and motives of Harald and William.

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