This lesson prepares the students to learn more about the Magna Carta by describing and explaining the social structure in England 800...

This lesson is about the problems that different people faced at the beginning of the 1200s.
This lesson is about some of the key events of the Middle Ages. It provides students with some useful vocabulary and the opportunity to...

This lesson is about the Magna Carta and the promises that King John broke after he sealed it.

This lesson provides some background to the Magna Carta by looking at the key characters of King Richard and King John, one loved, one...

In this lesson, students analyse three extracts from Magna Carta-related poems by Rudyard Kipling, Hugh Chesterman and Thomas Love...

The Magna Carta towns are places that, 800 years ago, were the most important cities in England. They have...

This lesson is about how people used to write in the Middle Ages, for example when the Magna Carta was produced. It looks at how...

This lesson focuses on the topic of personal freedoms and rights.

This lesson focuses on developing students’ knowledge of the UK, in particular of the British parliamentary system. It also aims to...

This lesson is about the influence of the Magna Carta on the development of human rights, including subsequent legislation.

This lesson is to familiarise students with the development of the parliamentary system in England. It is a multi-skilled lesson and is...

This lesson compares two of London’s biggest parades: the Lord Mayor’s Show, which originates from the same time as the Magna Carta, in...

This lesson is about democracy and the balance of power in different settings. Students will develop their listening skills by watching...

This lesson is about views on engaging in politics. The students watch a video which shows a selection of members of the public and the...

This lesson gives learners an insight into how UK general elections work and helps them develop their knowledge of political lexis and...

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This lesson prepares the students to learn more about the Magna Carta by describing and explaining the social structure in England 800...

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This lesson is about the problems that different people faced at the beginning of the 1200s.
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This lesson is about some of the key events of the Middle Ages. It provides students with some useful vocabulary and the opportunity to...
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This lesson is about the Magna Carta and the promises that King John broke after he sealed it.

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This lesson provides some background to the Magna Carta by looking at the key characters of King Richard and King John, one loved, one...

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In this lesson, students analyse three extracts from Magna Carta-related poems by Rudyard Kipling, Hugh Chesterman and Thomas Love...

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The Magna Carta towns are places that, 800 years ago, were the most important cities in England. They have important...

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This lesson is about how people used to write in the Middle Ages, for example when the Magna Carta was produced. It looks at how...

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This lesson focuses on the topic of personal freedoms and rights.

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This lesson focuses on developing students’ knowledge of the UK, in particular of the British parliamentary system. It also aims to...

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This lesson is about the influence of the Magna Carta on the development of human rights, including subsequent legislation.

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This lesson is to familiarise students with the development of the parliamentary system in England. It is a multi-skilled lesson and is...

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This lesson compares two of London’s biggest parades: the Lord Mayor’s Show, which originates from the same time as the Magna Carta, in...

0

This lesson is about democracy and the balance of power in different settings. Students will develop their listening skills by watching...

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This lesson is about views on engaging in politics. The students watch a video which shows a selection of members of the public and the...

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This lesson gives learners an insight into how UK general elections work and helps them develop their knowledge of political lexis and...

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In this lesson, students analyse three extracts from Magna Carta-related poems by Rudyard Kipling, Hugh Chesterman and Thomas Love...

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This lesson is about the problems that different people faced at the beginning of the 1200s.
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This lesson provides some background to the Magna Carta by looking at the key characters of King Richard and King John, one loved, one...

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This lesson compares two of London’s biggest parades: the Lord Mayor’s Show, which originates from the same time as the Magna Carta, in...

0

The Magna Carta towns are places that, 800 years ago, were the most important cities in England. They have important...

Tapestry
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This lesson is about some of the key events of the Middle Ages. It provides students with some useful vocabulary and the opportunity to...
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This lesson is to familiarise students with the development of the parliamentary system in England. It is a multi-skilled lesson and is...

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This lesson focuses on developing students’ knowledge of the UK, in particular of the British parliamentary system. It also aims to...

0

This lesson is about how people used to write in the Middle Ages, for example when the Magna Carta was produced. It looks at how...

0

This lesson is about the influence of the Magna Carta on the development of human rights, including subsequent legislation.

0

This lesson is about views on engaging in politics. The students watch a video which shows a selection of members of the public and the...

0

This lesson is about democracy and the balance of power in different settings. Students will develop their listening skills by watching...

0

This lesson focuses on the topic of personal freedoms and rights.

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This lesson is about the Magna Carta and the promises that King John broke after he sealed it.

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This lesson gives learners an insight into how UK general elections work and helps them develop their knowledge of political lexis and...

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This lesson prepares the students to learn more about the Magna Carta by describing and explaining the social structure in England 800...

  • Topic: Poetry about the Magna CartaLevel: B2 Time: 75 minutes + 20 minutes for the optional haiku activity Aims:To improve pronunciation through rhyme and rhythm activitiesTo use descriptive language to write short poems (haikus)To analyse poetry...
  •  Topic: English society in the Middle AgesLevel: B2Time: 55 minutesAims:to develop students’ negotiation skillsto develop students’ awareness of some of the problems faced by people living in the 1200s. 
  • Topic:  Events leading up to the Magna CartaLevel:   A2/B1 Time:   60–90 minutes Aims: To develop students’ vocabulary to describe character To develop students’ ability to pick out specific information while listeningTo provide...
  • Topic: Two London festivals: The Lord Mayor’s Show and Notting Hill Carnival        Level: A2 Time: 50–60 minutesAims: To develop students’ ability to read about and describe special eventsTo develop students’ vocabulary relating to...
  • Topic:   The English towns associated with the Magna CartaLevel:   B1/B2   Time:   60–90 mins (plus 30 minutes if writing task 5 is completed in class) Aims: To develop students’ ability to read a variety of text styles To develop...
  • Topic: English history: the Middle Ages and the Magna CartaLevel: A2Time: 45–60 minutesAims:• To develop students’ fluency through a jigsaw reading and speaking task• To develop students’ vocabulary to talk about key historical events – battle, tax...
  • Topic: The origins of the English ParliamentLevel: B2 / C1Time: 1 hourAims:To develop students’ ability to read a historical text.To familiarise students with the historical origins of the parliamentary system in Britain.MaterialsPowerPoint slides...
  • Topic: The British Parliament: A journey of a bill into a lawLevel: B2/upper-intermediateTime: 1h (60 min)Aims:To develop students’ ability to listen to and extract information from a video clipTo practise students’ speaking skills for giving...
  • Topic: Looking at the process of parchment making and scribingLevel: B1Time: 90 minutesAimsTo provide practice of proofreading.To develop students’ ability to write letters of application.To practise interview skills.To give students practice of...
  • The lesson examines one of the key clauses of the Magna Carta, still part of English law today, and provides students with the concepts and language required to take part in a debate on rights and freedoms.The quotation from the Magna Carta used in...
  • Students look in detail at some useful collocations and vocab in this topic, then participate in a role play.Topic: PoliticsLevel: B2/C1Time: 90 minsAims:To develop students’ ability to listen to a series of differing views on a single topic....
  • The Queen at the State Opening of Parliament © Parliament Education ServiceThe lesson will provide opportunities for students to express their own views and will finish with a discussion on bringing democracy into the classroom.Topic: Democracy...
  • In the lesson, learners will take part in a series of short discussions relating to the rights of organisations to know and record personal data, and an individual's right to privacy. In the final activity, they will discuss who they support in...
  • The lesson provides students with information about the sealing of the Magna Carta and lists ten promises that King John broke. It allows students to identify and use ‘will’ for promises.Topic: The Magna CartaLevel: A2/B1 Time: 60 - 90...
  • In the lesson, learners watch the beginning of a short video entitled General Election Explained, which can be used to spark debate and provide background knowledge. They will consider why it is important to vote and take part in a role play in...
  • The listening and reading sections have some challenging vocabulary, which students are encouraged to use in the later speaking activities.Topic: English society at the time of the Magna CartaLevel: B1 Time: 90 minutesAims To develop students...