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ACADEMY LEARNING CYCLE

CONNECT & ENGAGE

Subject:

ACTIVATE

History

Year: Lesson: Unit:

How will William keep control? 1066

DEMONSTRATE REVIEW & EVALUATE


CONNECT & ENGAGE

ACTIVATE (Explicit Teaching)

The Big Picture

REVIEW & EVALUATE

DEMONSTRATE (Student Constructs)


The Domesday Book Lesson Objective: To investigate the how the Domesday book was made. Lesson Outcome: By the end of the lesson you will be able to discribe how the Domesday book was made.


Connection -

What can we learn from the video about the Domesday book? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.


Activation: Read the text and answer these questions. Remember to write in full sentences! •Why did William commission the Domesday Book? •What sort of questions did the commissioners ask? •How did it help William control England?


Demonstration In groups of 4, using the information we have read and the additional information create a role play about when the commissioners come to Worcester.


What did the commissioners ask? • • • •

How many people lived there? Who owns the land? What type of people worked on the land? How many pigs, sheep & cows did each man own? • How many ploughs? • How many mills & ponds?


Extension task • Imagine you are either a farmer or a lord of the manor • Write a letter to King William I to tell him about the royal investigators who have just carried out the Domesday survey in your village, and how you feel about the survey.


Review Summarise today’s topic in 3 sentences. Reduce to 5 words. Now to 3 word.


The Domesday book