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1 Do the Tudors deserve their own Religious Roller coaster? Objectives: 1.To recall the main differences between Tudor monarch religious beliefs. 2.To consider which changes were the most significant. Starter: What makes a great roller coaster? Create a list of features which all ‘great’ roller coasters contain.

2 Background During the Tudor era there were major changes in religion; – back and forth... Each new monarch made changes - one year England would be Protestant, the next year Catholic. Some historians now think that for the normal people there weren't that many changes - but those who believed really strongly in their religion, such as Puritans (strong Protestants) and strong Catholics, there were serious arguments. One way to remember the changes is to imagine a roller coaster...

3 Task 1: Religious features Henry VIII Very CatholicProtestantVery Protestant Edward VI Priests were not allowed to marry. Protestants were persecuted. Allowed priests to marry and destroyed church decorations. Henry’s daughter (by Catherine of Aragon)- strongly Catholic. Mary Made himself head of the church and introduced the bible in English. Called herself ‘Governor’ instead of head of church and introduced a new prayer book (pleasing Catholics). Pope was made Head of the Church again, church services in Latin. Elizabe th I Henry’s daughter (by Anne Boleyn)- tried to find a balance Changed church services back to English and allowed priests to marry again (pleasing protestants). Strongly Protestant. Introduced a new prayer book, held church services in English. Changed from Catholic to Protestant. Fair Balance Did not change church services. Step 1: Read through each statement. Step 2: Match each statement to the correct monarch. (Use your notes and any additional resources to help.) Use different colours! Step 3: Check your work with your partner. Be ready to discuss any differences. EXTENSION: Which monarch do you think made the most significant changes?

4 Task 2: Creativity Purpose: show change and continuity Task: You are going to design a rollercoaster in lesson to show how religion changed during the Tudor period Extended Learning Opportunity: refine and build your rollercoaster In order to produce a successful piece of work, you will need to show your understanding and apply it…

5 Success Criteria: What you see is what you get success criteria: Look at the following pieces of student work What makes them good? How could it be improved? Success Criteria:

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13 Task 2: Creativity Purpose: show change and continuity Task: You have 15 minutes to create your design. Refer back to your success criteria. Make sure you include lots of historical detail and can EXPLAIN your design Helpful Hint: Link back to our starter activity.. Have you included all the elements of a great rollercoaster?

14 Plenary: Writing for a purpose Write a brief summary of your roller coaster It should be concise and explain the thrills your roller coaster provides

15 Henry VIII Very CatholicProtestantVery Protestant Edward VI Priests were not allowed to marry. Protestants were persecuted. Allowed priests to marry and destroyed church decorations. Henry’s daughter (by Katherine of Argon)- strongly Catholic. Mary Made himself head of the church and introduced the bible in English. Called herself ‘Governor’ instead of head of church and introduced a new prayer book (pleasing Catholics). Pope was made Head of the Church again, church services in Latin. Elizabeth I Henry’s daughter (by Anne Boleyn)- tried to find a balance Changed church services back to English and allowed priests to marry again (pleasing protestants). Strongly Protestant. Introduced a new prayer book, held church services in English. Changed from Catholic to Protestant. Fair Balance Did not change church services. Printable Card Sort for pupils


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