Crusades: Worksheet and writing frame for guided writing and small group work.


The Crusades. Worksheet for KS2/3.

This worksheet provides a brief overview of what the Crusades were. It then looks at a visual portrayal from the time. The source is interrogated through a series of questions . It is a source based exercise accompanied by a guided writing activity and prompt sheet. It works well for small groups working with a member of staff but could be tackled in pairs or individually.


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