Why did William win at Hastings? – Lesson resources

These lesson resources focus upon a lesson enquiry on why did William win the Battle of Hastings. The resources include a PowerPoint presentation with key tasks, starter and plenary, a card sort for the first activity looking at the reasons and evidence for why William won at Hastings and a printable burger paragraph which students can use to help them scaffold their writing, taken from the School’s History Project’s new book Making Sense of History – 1066-1485 by Ian Dawson, Neil Bates, Alec Fisher and Richard McFahn which inspired much of this enquiry.

William wins at Hastings

Burger paragraph

Why did William win the Battle of Hastings in 1066 card sort

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2 thoughts on “Why did William win at Hastings? – Lesson resources

  1. I’m glad you found the book useful. That was one of my chapters so I’m particularly pleased it was of use. Best wishes.

  2. It was so helpful to scaffold activities in preparation for the assessment.

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