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History Unit 6b – An Anglo Saxon case study. 

                                           This unit is aimed at children in Year 3.

                                A selection of resources to support the teaching of QCA History  Unit 6b: An Anglo Saxon case study.

                                For a complete list of what's included see the table below.   

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Resource Name

Format

Objectives

Resource Details

Vocabulary for unit 6b

(5 pages)

Vocabulary to be used throughout unit 6b

Vocabulary for History unit 6a. Six words on each page

Settlements

 (1 page)

To relate their own experience to the concept of settlement

 

Explanation of settlements: questions to answer about their own settlement.

Use the internet to find a settlement in a different country and answer the given questions about it.

Why do people move?

(1 page)

To relate their own experience to the concept of settlement

Recording why people move. Finding the meanings of ‘historical’ words about moving.

Invade and Settle

 (1 page)

To understand the terms ‘invade’ and ‘settle’

Explain the meaning of invade and settle. Sort out the given words into the appropriate column

Anglo Saxon people

 (1 page)

To recognise characteristics that place Anglo-Saxons as having lived a long time ago in the past

Pictures of Anglo Saxon people – how do you know they lived a long time ago?

Anglo Saxon times

 ( 1 page)

To learn that Anglo-Saxons invaded Britain and that the period of invasion was followed by a period of settlement

Sort the pictures into invasion and settlement groups

 

Anglo Saxon timeline

 (1 page)

To locate the Anglo-Saxon period on a time line

Anglo Saxon time line – can be cut out and ordered or used as class group to discuss

Sutton Hoo

 (15 slides)

To learn about what was discovered at Sutton Hoo

To make inferences from archaeological evidence

PowerPoint Presentation of the buried ship and what was found in it. Who did the objects found belong to?

Artefact enquiry

(3 pages)

To answer questions about the finds at Sutton Hoo

Answer questions about the pictures of the artefacts , sort into given categories

Artefact enquiry sheet

 (2 pages)

To answer questions about the finds at Sutton Hoo

Similar to above but with a different range of questions

Information about Sutton Hoo

2 pages)

To know that there are some things we can learn, and some we cannot, from archaeological remains

To make deductions about who the grave commemorated

How do we know the ship was there at all, was there a body?, who was buried in it? Information to discuss with the children

Questions about Sutton Hoo

(1 page)

To make inferences about the person buried at Sutton Hoo

Questions to answer using ‘information’ discussed in above resource

Anglo-Saxon kingdoms

(4 pages)

To locate the Anglo-Saxon homelands on a map

An explanation where the Anglo-Saxons came from, Maps to show Britain and their countries, and where they settled in Britain

An Anglo-Saxon Feast

 (2 pages)

To learn about the way of life of the Anglo-Saxons

Information about the feasts. Write down what you would need to prepare a feast.

Anglo Saxon life

 (3 pages)

To learn about the way of life of the Anglo-Saxons

Describing and drawing pictures of different aspects of Anglo Saxon life

What’s in a name?

 (2 pages)

To learn about the way of life of the Anglo-Saxons

Just a it of fun to find out the origins of some names – may be from Anglo Saxons.

Anglo Saxon Place names

(1 page)

To learn about the way of life of the Anglo-Saxons

Find names on a map that came from Anglo Saxon times. Meanings and name parts given

An Anglo Saxon Settlement

(1 page)

 

To learn about the way of life of the Anglo-Saxons

Use the sentences and picture to help draw an Anglo Saxon settlement

Life in Anglo Saxon times

(1 page)

To learn about the way of life of the Anglo-Saxons

Questions to answer about life in Anglo Saxon times

    

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