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Background: Teaching discipline: Social Studies World civilizations Grade 9 Education-focused questions: Your majesty, what do you believe students today need to know to be a successful leader? Your majesty, which academic areas do students today need to excel the most in to thrive in society? Your majesty, as a ruler in the 16th century, what technological devices do you see as the most beneficial for students today?
The Six Wives 1.Catherine of Aragon 2.Anne Boleyn 3.Jane Seymour 4.Ann of Cleves 5.Katherine Howard 6.Katherine Parr
My Interview with King Henry VIII 1.History Teacher: Your majesty, what do you believe students today need to know to be a successful leader? o King Henry VIII: students today must understand that a successful ruler establishes his presence in the world. He takes control and eliminates all enemies that threaten his status. Know how to utilize your resources and surround yourself with a strong team who will research for you.
My Interview with King Henry VIII Rationale: the king had many advisors, such as Thomas Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell, who worked around the clock to put the king in the right direction during his reign. He was often at war with France or Spain, and put a lot into building the English Navy. Also, within his own kingdom he would not tolerate insolence. Anyone who disobeyed the orders of King Henry VIII was executed for treason.
My Interview with King Henry VIII 2.History Teacher: Your majesty, which academic areas do students today need to excel the most in to thrive in society? o King Henry VIII: Students today must have a well-rounded educational experience. Not only must they learn the basics of reading, writing, and math; they must go beyond that to study the arts in language, logic, and expression (music and art). It is not enough to just understand how to do something. You need to be able to explain why it is done.
My Interview with King Henry VIII Rationale: Henry had a love for the arts. He was a known musician and composer. However, he received education in all academic areas of the time including languages, grammar, theology, history, rhetoric, logic, philosophy, arithmetic, logic, literature, geometry, and music; astronomy, navigation and cartographer. His high intelligence allowed him to succeed in many advances for the British.
My Interview with King Henry VIII 3.History Teacher: Your majesty, as a ruler in the 16 th century, what technological devices do you see as the most beneficial for students today? o King Henry VIII: Students today would benefit from any form of technology that allows research and communication to be done much faster than it was in my day. This would include anything provided by the Internet as well as portable devices such as a cellular phone. Students need to do their research before they jump right in and act. Acting without thinking will only get you into trouble.
My Interview with King Henry VIII Rationale: in the 16 th century, the king could rely on his advisors and communication by letter writing to gain information. It was a long process that sometimes provided inaccurate information. For example, the miscommunication prior to meeting Anne of Cleves led to his divorcing her. If he lived in our time, he would most likely search for her on the Internet to obtain a picture of her before making his decision to wed her. He called her a Flanders mare.
Your Task: Using the provided websites as resources, develop a PowerPoint presentation describing King Henry VIII in a given time in his life. Each group of students will be given a time period to research that includes a different wife in each time period. How did his political views develop? His religious values change? His standards in choosing a wife? How were his heirs effected? How did his health play a part?
Process Six groups of three Book researcher Internet researcher Video researcher Areas to touch on Who was the kings wife at the time, and how did she become his wife? Who was the kings most trusted allies, advisors, or politicians? What was the king like at the time (i.e.: personality)? What gains did the king make for Great Britain during this time? What were some issues presented during this time?
Process Share your perspective What do you think of the wife? What do you think of the king? Graphic Organizerclick on hyperlink p.pdfhttp://www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer/pdf/is p.pdf my graphic organizer on outlines.doc example graphic organizer.doc
Process Facts about King Henry VIII to get you started (click hyperlink) Life Philosophy Interests webquest Facts about Henry VIII.doc Reminders Work together Cite all references Cover all topics Use rubric Evaluation / webquest rubric.docEvaluationwebquest rubric.doc
Resources to get you started… Websites ndQueensofEngland/TheTudors/HenryVIII.aspxhttp://www.royal.gov.uk/HistoryoftheMonarchy/Kingsa ndQueensofEngland/TheTudors/HenryVIII.aspx Nonfiction books Henry VIII: the King and His Court and The Six Wives of Henry VIII by Alison Weir Fiction books The Other Boleyn Girl and The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory
Evaluation Henry VIII research Presentation Rubric 3210 Graphic Organizers/ Brainstorming Student completed detailed pre-writing Students completed sufficient pre- writing Students completed minimal pre-writing Students did not complete any pre- writing Mastery of subject/ Higher-order thinking Student demonstrated extensive knowledge of subject matter Student demonstrated sufficient knowledge of subject matter Student demonstrated minimal knowledge of subject matter Student did not demonstrate knowledge of subject matter Topics of Interest (see Areas to touch on) Student was able to accurately detail all topics of interest Student was able to accurately detail most topics of interest Student was able to detail some topics of interest Student was unable to detail any topics of interest or Student provided inaccurate information on topics of interest PowerPointStudent created a PowerPoint that supported the presentation and kept the audiences attention Student created a PowerPoint with relevant information Student created a PowerPoint that was too distracting to the presentation Student created a PowerPoint that was irrelevant or did not create a PowerPoint
Evaluation Henry VIII research Presentation Rubric PresentationStudent gave the presentation with enthusiasm, professionalism, with an emphasis on clarity, eye contact, and minimal reading from the PowerPoint Student gave the presentation with professionalism, made some eye contact, and read from the PowerPoint Student gave the presentation with little interest, lacking eye contact, and inappropriate body language. Students were not prepare to give the presentation, were not dressed appropriately, Citation/ resources Student correctly found and entered information into all citations Student correctly found and entered information into some citations Student correctly found and entered information into a few citations Student incorrectly found and entered information into a citation MechanicsStudent PowerPoint contained 3 or less errors Student PowerPoint contained 4 to 6 errors Student PowerPoint contained 7+ errors Student PowerPoint exhibits no proofreading or revisions suggestions
Final thoughts King Henry VIII Tudor of England was a man who allowed himself to be influenced by his court, and his women. It led to the death of many people. Henrys quest in life was to produce a male heir for the throne. He only got one sickly son and two daughters. All would eventually rule. How did his actions affect the monarchies of his children in later years? King Henry changed the lives of six women. How did these women fare once he decided their lives were over? What happened to those who were not executed?
Future Activities Diary of a queenwrite the kings tale from the POV of one of his wives King Henry the madmanwhat happened to him? Why was he so paranoid? How did he die? Science Connection
Other monarchs we will cover in the coming weeks King Edward VI Queen Mary Queen Elizabeth I