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Q1. What was life like in the Highlands of Scotland? Q2.Who was Bonnie Prince Charlie and why was he so important? Q3.Why was there a Jacobite.

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7 Q1. What was life like in the Highlands of Scotland? Q2.Who was Bonnie Prince Charlie and why was he so important? Q3.Why was there a Jacobite Rebellion in 1745?

8 Skills – using a family tree - brainstorming (cooperative work) - selecting and ordering key facts - identifying 2 points of view

9 William III Mary II Anne James II Charles Edward Stuart James Stuart

10 Bonnie Prince Charlie It all depends on your point of view

11 Family History A Stuart who wanted to be King of Britain A grandson of James II who had been king of Scotland and England 1688 James II was removed from the throne Charles Edward Stuart

12 James II became a Roman Catholic nd wife had a son Son to be brought up as a Catholic Parliament angry since this would mean another Catholic King in a mainly Protestant country Glorious Revolution saw James II replaced by his Protestant daughter (Mary II) & son in law (William III) Stuart Family History

13 Roman Catholic Protestant start Parent & aunts & uncles grandfather Great grandfather 1714 Queen Anne died with no heir Problem Who was next in line who was not a Catholic?

14 Reaction of Catholics James The ‘Old Pretender’ James Stuart should be next His father was robbed of his throne He is a Catholic It’s not fair We should help him get his throne Supporters called Jacobites

15 The 1715 Rebellion Charlie’s Dad : Saw an opportunity to gain the throne in 1715 Raised the Flag in Aberdeenshire Landed in Peterhead 22 nd December 1715

16 Bonnie Prince Charlie The Government saw him as an ‘Enemy of the State’

17 What makes a Terrorist? Belief in a Cause Change the World Revenge Money & PowerPersonal MissionDestiny callingTake over the World Romantic Notions        Could Charles Edward Stuart be judged to be a terrorist?

18 Bonnie Prince Charlie

19 Task Enemy of the State 1. Full Name Surname: First Names: 2. Date of Birth: Place of Birth: Use information sheet to copy and complete the following on a new page in jotter

20 Enemy of the State 1. Full Name Surname: First Names: 2. Date of Birth: Place of Birth: 3. Parents Father: Mother: 4. Age on 22 th July 1745: 5. Languages Spoken By Him: 6. Experience of War: 7. Hobbies: 8. Brief Account Of His Character:

21 The Jacobites March South At Glenfinnan 1,100 Clansmen support the rebellion Rebels quickly march south and capture Edinburgh Little Jacobite support in Lowlands. Jacobites defeated General Cope’s army at Prestonpans Jacobite army grows to 5,000 men and invades England

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23 The Jacobites Stop at Derby Statue of Charles Edward Stuart in Derby Charles wanted the throne of England - “All the rest is brown bread” 127 miles from London Why invade England when he had Scotland?

24 Statue of Charles Edward Stuart in Derby A Decision To Be Made Play – what was decided?

25 Decision at Derby For a Retreat Lord George Murray Cameron of Lochiel MacDonald of Keppoch Against a Retreat No defeat since Prestonpans The clansmen are deserting The people will accept my father as their true King Men worried about families and might be cut off from home Two government armies against us Little support in England Retreat !

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27 Duke of Cumberland The Leader of the Government Troops Son of King George Back from fighting successfully the Austrians Retrained soldiers with new bayonet drill

28 Wanted Bonnie Prince Charlie Dead or Alive £30,000 Reward This man is highly dangerous. Approach with caution OR report his sighting to the nearest sheriff. This man may have changed his appearance BEWARE Task – Design a ‘Wanted’ poster for Bonnie Prince Charlie

29 Q1. What was life like in the Highlands of Scotland? Q2.Who was Bonnie Prince Charlie and why was he so important? Q3.Why was there a Jacobite Rebellion in 1745?

30 Skills – using a family tree - brainstorming (cooperative work) - selecting and ordering key facts - identifying 2 points of view

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