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Starter Quiz TASK: Please write down the title, and 1-9 in your margin on a new sheet of paper. 1. When was the worst harvest in Elizabeths reign? 2. What was a farthingale? 3. Who were the central powers? 4. Who was the most famous Elizabethan playwright? 5. What percentage increase had there been in food prices by 1603? 6. When was the Globe Theatre built?

7. Who were the triple entente? 8. Which group assassinated Archduke Frans Ferdinand? 9. What was a clapperdudgeon? Last lesson = 1 pt Last week = 2 pt Last term = 3 pt Last lesson = 1 pt Last week = 2 pt Last term = 3 pt

1. 1597 2. A petticoat with wooden hoops sewn into it. 3. Austria and Germany 4. William Shakespeare 5. Over 500% 6. 1599 7. France, Russia and Britain 8. The blackhand gang

9. Beggars who pretended to be badly wounded by using arsenic to make their skin bleed. 1. Give yourself a score out of 18 2. In a green pen, you are going to write down which topic you need to develop you understanding of (The poor; Fashion and Theatre; Causes of World War I) 3. For next lesson you need to create revision material on that topic. In that next lesson, you will be given a new quiz just on the topic you are revising. Elizabeth Lesson 10: Exploration and Sailors Even better: Good learning: Great learning: Understand why the

Elizabethans became great explorers Explain the significance of Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh Key Words: Evaluate the consequences of exploration on Englands wealth and reputation Understand why the Elizabethans became great explorers Problems in the East- the Turkish Ottoman Empire that was hostile to

Christian Europe was making it difficult and expensive to import luxury goods such as spices, incense, silks, cottons and perfumes from the east. It was feared that they may cut off trade from the East completely Problems in the East transport was slow especially from the east where they were brought to the Mediterranean by camel (slower than boats and could not carry as much). Why would the above encourage Elizabethans to become explorers? Understand why the Elizabethans became great explorers New inventions and new ideas The world was not flat but round, so you could probably bet to the far east by going North passed Russia or South passed Africa. The printing press- made maps and other geographical literature more widely available The astrolabe meant a ships position could be plotted accurately

The magnetic compass was developed Small easier to steer ships were developed Triangular lateen sail meant ships could now sail in which ever direction they wished. Why would the above encourage Elizabethans to become explorers? European explorers and the New World P54 Create a mind map giving detail on: To the East To the West and European Empires. Challenge why would the English want to join in with Exploration The English Join in Privateers What essentially were Privateers?

Trading Companies Create a table of the Trading Companies Name Year Formed Places traded with Goods traded What impact would this development have on the standard of living in England? Route to China Which route to China was very dangerous? Trade with the New World What did John Hawkins trade in? Computer Lesson You are going to carry out research into three key English sailors:

John Hawkins Sir Francis Drake Sir Walter Raleigh You need to produce A time line of their Lives A fact file about them Evaluation the positive and negative of their actions English sailors: Hawkins and Drake https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/zy68tyc/revision/5 http://www.historyextra.com/period/life-of-the-week-sir-francis-drak e / http:// www.history.com/news/10-things-you-may-not-know-about-francis-d rake http:// www.bbc.co.uk/devon/content/articles/2007/01/18/abolition_plymo uth_slave_trade_feature.shtml

http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/tudor-england/sir-john-hawkins / English sailors: the role of Raleigh http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/raleigh_walter.shtml http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/tudor-england/sir-walter-raleigh / http://www.britishexplorers.com/woodbury/raleigh.html Elizabeth Lesson 10: Exploration and Sailors Even better: Good learning: Great learning: Understand why the Elizabethans became

great explorers Explain the significance of Drake, Hawkins and Raleigh Key Words: Evaluate the consequences of exploration on Englands wealth and reputation

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