Hundred Years’ War Lesson

© History Skills
© History Skills

In this lesson, students will develop an understanding of the complex causes, key battles, and far-reaching consequences of the One Hundred Years' War, a pivotal conflict that shaped the political and social landscapes of England and France for centuries. Through exploring the roles of key figures like Edward III, Joan of Arc, and Henry V, as well as examining the impact of the war on feudal systems, economic interests, and national identities, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of how this war forever altered European history. Students will have the opportunity to achieve this through choosing their own method of learning, from reading and research options, as well as the chance to engage in extension activities. This lesson includes a self-marking quiz for students to demonstrate their learning.

How would you like to learn?

Option 1: Reading

Step 1: Download a copy of the reading questions worksheet below:

Hundred Years’ War Reading Questions.doc
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Step 2: Answer the set questions by reading the following article:

Option 2: Internet research

Download a copy of the research questions worksheet below and use the internet to complete the tables.

One Hundred Years’ War Research Workshee
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