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A History Mystery: The Princes in the Tower
In this lesson, students will investigate the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower through using original sources
This lesson covers the disappearance of Edward V and his brother in the Tower of London in summer 1483. Through the use of original source materials, it aims to get learners to consider what information we have and what conclusions we can draw from it about their likely fate. The sources are mostly written although some images will be used to demonstrate how the lost Princes have been portrayed by later generations. Through critical source analysis, discussions and teacher-led activities,...
To describe the events surrounding the disappearance of the Princes To analyse the source material we have on it To evaluate what their likely fate was.
I have taught the Wars of the Roses for many years, with a particular emphasis on the reign of Richard III. I am currently writing a book on the way he is depicted in popular culture.
I will supply the sources to work from for the lesson.
We will refer to a number of original sources. Many of them can be found on this website: https://r3.org/learn/
Meet the teacher
I'm a former teacher and university lecturer now working freelance. I teach History, Politics, Religious Studies and Philosophy and academic writing skills. I believe all these subjects are fun and amazing and I love helping others to learn just...
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