KS3 History: Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation: Britain 1509-1745
$22.49

KS3 History: Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation: Britain 1509-1745

By Aaron Wilkes
US$ 22.49
The publisher has enabled DRM protection, which means that you need to use the BookFusion iOS, Android or Web app to read this eBook. This eBook cannot be used outside of the BookFusion platform.
Book Description

Written to match the new 2014 National Curriculum with expert support from experienced Head of History, Aaron Wilkes, the third editions of this well-loved series will hook your students' interest in KS3 History whilst helping them prepare for GCSE. Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation 1509-1745 is the second of four new third editions, and covers: life in Tudor Britain, a world of discovery, Elizabeth I, the Stuarts, England at war, Cromwell's Commonwealth, the
Restoration and change over time.

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introducing KS3 History
  • A journey through time from 1509 to 1745
  • Chapter 1: Here come the Tudors
    • 1.1A What was Britain like in 1509?
    • 1.1B What was Britain like in 1509?
    • 1.2 What was young Henry VIII like?
    • 1.3 Henry VIII, his first wife and his big problem
    • 1.4 Who’d want to marry Henry VIII?
    • 1.5 What did Protestants protest about?
    • 1.6 HISTORY MYSTERY: Why did the Mary Rose sink?
    • 1.7 Edward VI: the boy king
    • 1.8 How bloody was Bloody Mary?
    • 1.9 The nastiest nursery rhyme in the world!
    • 1.10 Elizabeth’s middle way
    • Assessing Your Learning 1
  • Chapter 2: A world of discovery
    • 2.1 The man who wanted to know everything
    • 2.2A Exploring the world
    • 2.2B Exploring the world
  • Chapter 3: Life in Tudor times
    • 3.1A Who’s who?
    • 3.1B Who’s who?
    • 3.2 What were Tudor schools like?
    • 3.3A How did people have fun in Tudor times?
    • 3.3B How did people have fun in Tudor times?
    • 3.4 And now for your Shakespeare lesson…
    • 3.5 Shakespeare or Fakespeare?
    • 3.6 Fashion victims
    • 3.7 Come dine with me!
    • 3.8A Crimewatch
    • 3.8B Crimewatch
    • 3.9 What did the Scottish boot, the Judas cradle and the Spanish donkey have in common?
  • Chapter 4: Britain abroad
    • 4.1A How did Britain build an empire?
    • 4.1B How did Britain build an empire?
    • 4.2 How was Britain involved in the slave trade?
    • 4.3 Blackbeard: the original pirate of the Caribbean
  • Chapter 5: Queen Elizabeth
    • 5.1 Young Elizabeth: what was she like?
    • 5.2 What did Queen Elizabeth look like?
    • 5.3 Why did Queen Elizabeth kill her cousin?
    • 5.4A Match of the day: England versus Spain
    • 5.4B Match of the day: England versus Spain
    • Assessing Your Learning 2
  • Chapter 6: Exit the Tudors, enter the Stuarts
    • 6.1 The scruffy Stuart!
    • 6.2 Remember, remember the fifth of November!
    • 6.3 HISTORY MYSTERY: Were the gunpowder plotters framed?
    • 6.4 Which witch is which?
    • 6.5A Why do Americans speak English?
    • 6.5B Why do Americans speak English?
  • Chapter 7: England at war
    • 7.1 Why did the English start fighting each other?
    • 7.2 Match of the day: Roundheads versus Cavaliers
    • 7.3 Prince Rupert: mad Cavalier or sad Cavalier?
    • 7.4 What was new about the New Model Army?
    • 7.5A Why was King Charles I sentenced to death?
    • 7.5B Why was King Charles I sentenced to death?
    • 7.6 Charlie for the chop!
  • Chapter 8: Cromwell’s Commonwealth
    • 8.1 The man who banned Christmas
    • 8.2 Cromwell: curse of Ireland?
    • 8.3 Cromwell: hero or villain?
    • 8.4A Whatever happened to Cromwell’s head?
    • 8.4B Whatever happened to Cromwell’s head?
  • Chapter 9: The Restoration
    • 9.1 Who was the Merry Monarch?
    • 9.2 Bring out your dead!
    • 9.3 Ring a ring o’ roses
    • 9.4A Who started the Great Fire of London?
    • 9.4B Who started the Great Fire of London?
    • 9.4C Who started the Great Fire of London?
    • 9.5 What about the women?
    • 9.6 Can you cure King Charles II?
  • Chapter 10: Who rules?
    • 10.1A The Glorious Revolution
    • 10.1B The Glorious Revolution
    • 10.2 Exit the Stuarts… enter the Georgians
    • 10.3 The Battle of Culloden
  • Chapter 11: How did Britain change?
    • 11.1A What does Robert know that John didn’t?
    • 11.1B What does Robert know that John didn’t?
    • 11.2A A changing nation
    • 11.2B A changing nation
    • Assessing Your Learning 3
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Acknowledgements
    No review for this book yet, be the first to review.
      No comment for this book yet, be the first to comment
      You May Also Like