11th May 2020
Year 7 and 8 History
The question we are going to be revising:
“How did the wider world advance in the medieval period?”
RECAP TASK: Click here to complete a quiz about life for ordinary people living in medieval England:
TASK 1: Click here to watch a video that introduces you to this week’s topic.
TASK 2: Click the link below to download the document for Task 2. You need to read the information and answer the questions at the end. You can type your answers onto the document (you will need to download into Word first by clicking the 'download' tab in the top right hand corner), or write your answers on lined paper.
Please aim to complete this work by 15.00pm on Friday 15 May 2020.
Students in 8PL Ms Kaye - please check your emails for your work
EXTRA YEAR 7 AND 8 WORK: If you are keen to find out more about the topics you have revised this week, please click here:
Year 9 and 10 History
This week you finish the topic of medieval medicine and start to revise the second period – medicine in the Renaissance (c.1500-1700). The two questions we will answer are:
- What can the Black Death tell us about medicine in medieval England?
- Why was medicine able to move forward in the Renaissance (c.1500-1750)?
RECAP TASK: Click here to complete a quiz recapping last week’s work.
THIS WEEK’S WORK: Click the link below to download the document for this week. Read the first page of the document carefully, as this explains the different tasks that you need to do. Y
The videos that you need to watch for for Tasks 2 and 5 on the document can also be found here:
Please aim to email your completed work to your History teacher by 3.00pm on Friday 15 May 2020. If you will have any difficulties meeting this deadline, please let your class teacher know before the date and time above.
Ms Albery – email@example.com
Ms Barma – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Kaye – email@example.com
Ms Nelson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Barnes – email@example.com
Work for 10Hi1: For your History work for this week, please check your emails from Mr Jackson. If you have not received an email by Tuesday 5th May, please email Mr Jackson directly on firstname.lastname@example.org.