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Learning Intentions
B
: Describe the Gunpowder plot in detail, making a judgement on whether Guy was guilty.
S
: Support your judgement with historical evidence.
G
: Give a two-sided judgement that takes both sides of the argument into account.
Task:
Use the sources to work through the questions on the sheet.

Success Criteria:
You can discuss the sources with your partner to help you;
Write in full sentences, repeating the question in your answer;
Focus on the sources and ask if you need help.
Remember you are trying to decide whether he is guilty or not?
Starting Thought:

How do we know that the History we study is accurate?
That it is true?
The Trial of Guy Fawkes
Hot Seat
Guy Fawkes
1 minute: think of a question you would like to ask Guy Fawkes.
Write it down in the back of your book.
Evidence Task:
RECAP
Guy Fawkes on Trial
We're going to put Guy Fawkes on trial to find out whether we think he was guilty or not.
This will help us to
justify our opinion using evidence to back it up
.
Task 1.
Prepare yourself for the trial.
You have each been given a role for the trial ahead.

Fill in the information on your role-card, use the evidence you have to help you.
12 mins
Task 2.
The Trial of Guy Fawkes.
1.

The history and story of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot.

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Case for the defence
- 3 mins
6.
Jury make their decision
- 2 mins
15 mins
Review your Learning
Complete the Feedback sheet.
Have you achieved your success criteria?
Final Thought:
How do we know that the History we study is the true story?
'History is written by the winners.'
What Went Well?
Even better If?
Sort the evidence into:
Evidence that shows Guy Fawkes was guilty;
Evidence that shows he was innocent.
Know:
Make a judgement on whether Guy Fawkes was innocent or guilty
Understand:
How to justify a judgement using evidence
Skills:
Organisation and communication; Using Historical Evidence
Learning Objectives
I will be looking to reward and give out points to those people:
Focusing on their work;
Listening when I ask;
Analysing the sources in detail.
Learning Outcomes:

All (Level 4): Make a judgement on whether Guy Fawkes was innocent or guilty
Most (Level 5): Begin to support that judgement with historical evidence
Some (Level 6): Justify that judgement using detailed historical evidence
We need 2 groups!
It is important to work with new people and to share ideas!
Learning Objectives
Know: The events of the Gunpowder Plot;
Understand: Whether Guy Fawkes was guilty;
Skills: Improve ability to use evidence to support a historical judgement.
Was Guy Fawkes Guilty?
Title:
How did the plotters plan to kill the King?
Write an account of the Gunpowder Plot.
Success Criteria:
Bronze:
Describes some events in chronological order...
Silver:
and explains events in detail...
Gold:
and evaluates the significance of events as they happened.
Success Criteria:
Bronze: Describes some events in chronological order...
Silver: and explains events in detail...
Gold: and evaluates the significance of events as they happened.
Was Guy Fawkes guilty?
Task: How useful is this source?
Bronze:
Describe the details in the source.
Silver:
Identify what is useful about the source and its limitations, i.e.

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