British History ASSESSMENT

British History ASSESSMENT

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Content ⦁ Chronology: Awareness of chronology and dates of key events, time periods etc. ⦁ Ancient origins: of the civilisation in this region and early life, political, religious and cultural elements of society ⦁ Developments: Choose one period of time within your country and outline the main developments including major: events, political & social structure, religion, culture etc. ⦁ Key personalities: Awareness of their role in the history of the country ⦁ Relations: Awareness of relations between groups of relevant people during this time England and Scotland ⦁ Images & Graphics ⦁ Correct format Presentation The presentation is to be in a Storyboard format. You can do this in different ways including: ⦁ ⦁ electronically ⦁ story board poster form ⦁ animated timeline form ⦁ cartoon form ⦁ scrapbook form ⦁ film made of your storyboard

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  • hello my name is Jeeves today I'll be showing you what England was like in the 16 hundreds how will I be showing you? On this TV of course
  • After 44 years of rule, Queen Elizabeth I of England dies, and King James VI of Scotland ascends to the throne, uniting England and Scotland under a single British monarch.
  • crying crying crying crying crying
  • The Bishops' Wars (Latin: Bellum Episcopale) were conflicts, both political and military, which occurred in 1639 and 1640 centred on the nature of the governance of the Church of Scotland, and the rights and powers of the Crown. They constitute part of a larger political conflict across Scotland, England and Ireland, and are often considered a prelude to the English Civil Wars. They were so named due to the central conflict between Charles I, who favoured an episcopal system of church government for Scotland (that is, with bishops), and the desire of much of the polity of Scotland for a presbyterian system of governance (without bishops).
  • 1652 Tea arrives in Britain So where did tea actually come from? Well despite our fondness for tea today, the British were actually one of the last countries in Europe to try tea. It probably comes as no surprise that the origins can be found in ancient China.
  • Each day in Britain approximately 165 million cups of tea are drunk but how many people know the origins of the tea in their teabag?
  • The Great Fire of London was a major conflagration that swept through the central parts of the English city of London from Sunday, 2 September to Wednesday, 5 September 1666 The fire gutted the medieval City of London inside the old Roman city wall. It threatened, but did not reach, the aristocratic district of Westminster, Charles II's Palace of Whitehall, and most of the suburban slums. It consumed 13,200 houses, 87 parish churches, St Paul's Cathedral and most of the buildings of the City authorities temperature reached 1700°C The death toll is unknown.
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  • The Bill of Rights is an Act of the Parliament of England that dealt with constitutional matters and laid out certain basic civil rights. Passed on 16 December 1689, it was a restatement in statutory form of the Declaration of Right presented by the Convention Parliament to William and Mary in February 1689, inviting them to become joint sovereigns of England. The Bill of Rights lays down limits on the powers of the monarch and sets out the rights of Parliament, including the requirement for regular parliaments, free elections, and freedom of speech in Parliament. It sets out certain rights of individuals including the prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment and reestablished the liberty of Protestants to have arms for their defence within the rule of law. Furthermore, the Bill of Rights described and condemned several misdeeds of James II of England. These ideas about rights reflected those of the political thinker John Locke and they quickly became popular in England. It also sets out—or, in the view of its drafters, restates—certain constitutional requirements of the Crown to seek the consent of the people, as represented in Parliament.
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