Year 7 History

Why were the Vikings important for Britain?

  • Use basic historical vocabulary in your work and use basic vocabulary about the Vikings in Britain.
  • Identify the chronological place of the Vikings in British History.
  • Use general knowledge and information about the Vikings in your descriptions and understand the link to the historical concept of significance.
  • Use key knowledge and understanding of the Vikings in Britain, significant events, people and changes.
  • Know the language of significance to help describe or narrate the Vikings in Britain, a change for the Vikings in Britain, understanding significance of them.
  • Construct a description about significant aspects of the Vikings in Britain.
  • Understand different events, people and changes by identifying and understanding which is more historically significant than others.
  • Begin to know that the historical significance of changes differs depending on the event.
  • Give a basic evaluative comment on how significant the Vikings were in British history.

What caused the Middle Ages to be measly?

  • Use some historical vocabulary in your work and use basic vocabulary about the Middle Ages.
  • Identify the chronological place of the Middle Ages in British History.
  • Use general knowledge and information about the Middle Ages in your descriptions and understand the link this to the historical concept of cause and consequence.
  • Use key knowledge and understanding of the Middle Ages consequences in Britain.
  • Know the language of cause and consequence to describe or narrate the Middle Ages in Britain, understanding the causes and consequences.
  • Construct a description about causes for the Middle ages being measly, and consequences of it.
  • Know and identify some causes of the Middle Ages being measly as more important than others.
  • Know the links between different causes and consequences within the Middle Ages.
  • Know at least one consequence on Britain, its political structure and power.
  • Give a basic evaluative comment of what caused the Middle Ages to be measly.

Was Britain changing at the end of the Middle Ages?

  • Use some historical vocabulary in your work and use basic vocabulary about the later Middle Ages.
  • Identify the chronological place of the later Middle Ages in British History.
  • Use general knowledge and information of the later Middle Ages in your descriptions and understand the historical concept of change and continuity.
  • Know and identify a change working with another to lead to change or continuity in the later Middle Ages.
  • Use key knowledge and understanding of the later Middle Ages and consequences in Britain.
  • Know the language of change to describe or narrate the later Middle Ages in Britain, understanding change and continuity.
  • Construct a description of changes and continuities for the later Middle Ages.
  • Know how changes are measured in different ways in Britain in the later Middle Ages (e.g. political, economic, pace, extent).
  • Give an evaluative comment if there was change or continuity in the later Middle Ages.

Does Richard III deserve the reputation of being evil?

  • Use some historical vocabulary in your work and use basic vocabulary about Richard III.
  • Identify the chronological place of Early Modern Britain and Richard III’s in British History.
  • Use general knowledge about a historical interpretation and Richard III and understand the historical concept of interpretations.
  • Use key knowledge and understanding of Richard III and historical interpretations about him.
  • Know the language of interpretation to describe or narrate the life of Richard III, and a historical interpretation about him.
  • Construct a description of aspects of Richard III’s life and to describe why one interpretation about him was created.
  • Know the creation of an interpretation may use different sources.
  • Give an evaluative comment if the interpretation of Richard III was accurate.

What evidence do we have of Native America?

  • Use some historical vocabulary in your work and use basic vocabulary about Native Americans.
  • Identify the chronological place of the Native Americans in World History.
  • Use general knowledge about the Native Americans in your descriptions and understand the historical concept of evidence.
  • Use key knowledge and understanding of the Native Americans, there connections to a world development and at least one piece of evidence about the topic.
  • Know the language of utility to describe or narrate the Native Americans and evidence about them.
  • Construct a description about aspects about the Native Americans and know the utility of evidence involved.
  • Make an inference about the past and attempt to use a source to support you.
  • Understand the utility or reliability of a source.
  • Give a basic evaluation using one piece of evidence of an aspect of Native Americans.