2 History is about the search for the truth about the past not about learning dates. History Rules:-R.H.NKey Terms: Social Groups, yeoman, gentleman labourers, citizens, all the various types of poor? reformation, monasteries, Puritans, Catholics, Protestants, civil war, execute....Exam Final: 75 minutesSection A: Multiple Choice from old quizzesSection B: Choice of Essays; There were no poor people in the 16th and 17th centuries! Discuss. There was no entertainment in the 16th or 17th centuries. Henry VIII’s character? Discuss “Bloody” Mary deserve her name? Were the Catholics framed for the gunpowder plot? Who was to blame for the Civil war in 1642?Section C: Skills work with sources: reliable, useful, primary or secondary.
3 THE TUDORS Who are the Tudor monarchs? Henry VII- Elizabeth Life in the 1500Were the poor really poor? The types of beggars around and their names.Areas that make up the UK.The dates of the Renaissance period?When was the first report written about the poor? Did the government do much to help the poor? –Poor lawsWhy were people poor in the 16th century-early 18th century?When was Guy’s Hospital in London built?Who were the rich and what types of room did they have in their houses? Were relationships between couples friendly?Private Lives:- What were arranged marriages? Can you remember the names and ages of the youngest royal couple?How were children treated in those days?Did entertainment exist in those days? How did the Puritans try to spoil people’s fun? Were people religious?How many wives did Henry VIII have? Which of his wives gave him a son? The treatment of all the wives.Who was “Bloody” Queen Mary? How long was her reign?What’s with Elizabeth I and all her portraits?
4 THE STUARTS Were the Catholics framed? Gunpowder plot of 1605? What were the causes of the Civil war of 1642? Can you identify the two main groups fighting?Can you remember the names of the two types of soldiers?Can you remember which part of the country support the King or Parliament?Can you identify some famous battles of the Civil War?Should the English have executed their king, Charles?Was King Charles a martyr or traitor?
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