English Civil War Teacher Resources
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In this English Civil War worksheet, students answer eight questions based on a four-paragraph reading. Students also copy and define four key terms.
In this English history worksheet, students read a paragraph about the English Civil War and then answer 2 short answer questions as well as 4 fill in the blank questions on the topic.
In this key people in the English Civil War learning exercise, students learn about the battle between the Cavaliers and the Roundheads. Students analyze the different battles that occurred and then hypothesize about what should happen to King Charles I.
In this online interactive history quiz worksheet, students respond to 46 multiple choice questions about Oliver Cromwell. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this English history worksheet, students read about the English Civil War of 1644. Students learn the terms royalists, cavaliers, and roundheads. Students answer 10 questions about the passages.
In this world history worksheet, students review the causes of the English Civil War by cutting out the 12 cards containing reasons for the War. Students then categorize each one as a money, religion, or Parliament problem for Charles I.
In this English Civil War learning exercise, students answer 7 questions after looking at two pictures and reading two excerpts. The questions ask students to do a variety of tasks such as create lists, write a paragraph, make judgments, etc.
In this Oliver Cromwell and English Civil War study guide worksheet, pupils read a brief overview pertaining to the time period in English history and then respond to a reflection question.
In this English history activity, learners answer the 10 questions about the English Civil War using the word bank. Then students locate the answers in the word puzzle
Hmmmm, sounds like a war is a brewing! To let you in on all the players involved, we have a simple, image-driven slide show. Each of the absolute monarchs that fought for power during the English Civil War are introduced, along with a bit of personal information for added fun. You'll meet King James I & II, King Charles I & II, Oliver Cromwell, and William and Mary.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, learners are given an essay in which 6 paragraphs have been removed. Students are to choose from the sentences the one which fits each gap.
Lord Proprietors, cazique, landgrave, leetmen? As part of an examination of the history of the Carolinas, eighth graders complete an anticipation guide, read an article entitled “A Little Kingdom in Carolina” and then revisit the guide, comparing their responses to a series of statements before and after reading the article. Learners are asked to justify their secondary responses with support drawn from the article.
Have your class explore U.S. history by discussing religion in the colonial era. Your fifth graders review the history of Pennsylvania and the conformist views placed upon immigrants to the country. Then, they read a letter Benjamin Franklin wrote regarding the influx of German immigrants to the U.S. during the 1700's. This is a great way to promote critical-thinking skills.
In this online interactive history quiz worksheet, students respond to 50 multiple choice questions about the Enlightenment. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
A thorough exploration of the Puritan Migration and settlement of Plymouth, this presentation is sure to engage your young historians with its clear maps and historical documents. The presentation differentiates the philosophies of Puritanism, Separatism, and how they came together over the planks of the Mayflower. Additionally, the presentation addresses the dynamics between the Pilgrims and the local Native American tribes, including a discussion on the First Thanksgiving.
In this online interactive history quiz learning exercise, students respond to 49 multiple choice questions about Isaac Newton. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive history worksheet, learners respond to 7 short answer questions about Oliver Cromwell. Students may check some of their answers on the interactive worksheet.
Do your historians fully grasp the consequences of being at war? Help them connect past with present through this group research activity, which has students analysing repercussions suffered by citizens of countries in conflict. Students research from a list of wars (needs updating), and consider possible consequences of current conflicts in which the U.S. is involved. Although the U.S. is at war in the Middle East, consider having groups analyze a less obvious country.
Young scholars identify political, economic, and personal rights which citizens of various nations have enjoyed during peacetime but lost during wartime. They analyze historical data to predict domestic consequences of a hypothetical U.S. war today.
High schoolers explore the patterns of the human experience that society can learn from, develop analytical skills and develop awareness of the political and economic ramifications of war regardless of military outcome.