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L.I:  To understand the events that led to England’s religious break with Rome and the  consequences of this.                                                                                                                      Lesson one of two Resources: Martin Luther’s book titled DE Captivitate Babylonica  Henry VIII book titled Assetio Septem Sacramentorum   Fames made from tissue paper. Sash saying defender of the faith.  Love letter to Anne Sash stating  Act of Supremacy Characters: One child to act as a servant who will sit next to the teacher and give out props to  characters. Martin Luther Henry VIII Catherine of Aragon Pope Anne Boleyn Lord Chancellor Cardinal Wolsey Thomas Cranmer Thomas Cromwell Various chn to act as rebels, protestants, monks etc  Notes: There are questions throughout for the class to answer/discuss, use-talking partners before sharing   responses with the class.          Denotes an action is to take place e.g a character asked to stand, move or is given a prop.          Denotes a line a character is to repeat after the teacher (with obvious gusto and dramatic   acting)
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All is well for a time between Henry and the Pope (get them to walk around circle with Pope  patting Henry on the back.)  Whilst the characters are doing this ask; What do you think this title  Introduction Sit chn in a circle and state the L.I.  Tell Chn they must be ready for questions throughout. It is 1520.  At this time Henry VIII was on the throne and was a very religious man following the Catholic  teachings of the Pope in Rome.  Ask what do we know about Henry VIII already.  Target different aspects of  Henry’s life to different parts of the circle.  Include; what were his pastimes, marriage, who was his father, how  did he come to the throne?  What do we know about his marriage?  What do you think his personality was like?  Discuss and share. Finally, ask,  what was the most important thing he felt he needed?   Come to the conclusion  that it was a son.  Tell chn that this lesson will teach the chn the extreme lengths he went to for this at the cost  of many lives. Refer back to the L.I stating that his desperation for a son led to England’s religious break with  Rome and the destruction of the monasteries in England.
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