Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Homework exam question

Answer question 18 in your 1350-1750 Assessment booklet.

This should be timed and take no more than 15 minutes.

Due in Friday 7th Feb

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

To be completed in lesson on Friday 13th December

18. Study source C.
 How useful is source C to a historian studying  the  success of law enforcement in the Norman period?

Use source C and your own knowledge to explain your answer.  (8marks)

Source C:
Written shortly after William I’s death in a book called The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

“He made the country safe.  Any person could travel through his kingdom without injury, with his purse full of gold.  No one dared to strike another, no matter how much he was wronged… William was very tough and violent so that no one dared to disobey him.”

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Smuggling homework

You must complete the smuggling sheet by colour coding the boxes according to the categories below

1. Shows govt responsible for smuggling. 
2. Explains why people smuggled.  
3. Shows public support for smuggling. 
4. Shows govt takes smuggling seriously.  
5. Shows smuggling is not taking seriously.

You must also answer the exam question below under timed conditions in 15 minutes.

"Why were the laws against smuggling so difficult to enforce in the 18th Century?" (12 Marks)

Due in Tuesday 10th December

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

You will be answering this exam question in class next week (25/11) so get preparing

3. What do sources A and B show about changes in punishments between the Roman period and the Anglo-Saxon period?
Explain you answer using sources A and B and your own knowledge.  (8 marks) 

Source A:

Extract from the Twelve Tables, 451BC
“For the fracture of a bone (or a tooth) of a freeman the penalty is 300 asses; in the case of a slave, 150.  For any injury whatsoever committed upon another, 25 asses…
A person setting fire to a house or haystack near a house, if acting intentionally and with sound mind, shall be bound, whipped and put to death by fire…”

Source B:
Extract from 9th century Anglo-Saxon payments of the  wergeld to be paid by the guilty person.
“For killing a chorel or labourer – 200 shillings.
For killing a bishop -1200 shillings
For killing an archbishop -3600 shillings”

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Assessment booklet homework

Please complete questions 2 &3 in your assessment booklet.

You can do these in the booklet or on lined paper but you must include your name and the question.

Due Monday 18th November

Monday, 4 November 2013

Outlaw homework

You have two pieces of homework this week.

1.  You must get a large (level arch style) folder so that you can transfer and store your work on 50AD - 1350AD. You must keep this safe as you will need it for revision next year.

2.  Read the A3 sheet on outlaws and complete all tasks and questions - DUE IN THURSDAY 7TH NOV

You should have you folder by next week.

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Punishment comparison sheet

You need to complete the punishment comparison sheet you were given in class.  Use the work in your folders to complete the sections on the Romans and Anglo-Saxons and the green textbook in class to complete the Norman section.

This is due Thursday 10th October