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Who Becomes the King? Great Britain's Monarchy in History

In this one off class, learners will discover how the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland knows who the next King (or Queen) will be.
Dr Anne Holdorph
395 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 7 learners
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45 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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Learners will:

Know how the line of succession is decided
Be able to apply their knowledge to make predictions on who the next monarch will be.
Understand basic terms of the monarch, such as "Queen Consort", monarch and succession.
I am a qualified history teacher and have taught history to learners aged 5- undergraduate level. I have a PhD in British history and have studied history in British schools and universities.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class looks at the line of succession
 As such, we will be talking about the death of a number of monarchs. We will also be mentioning the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II.

We will also discuss how the line of succession discriminated against female members of the royal family.
Various state portrait images of different King and Queens will be used in this class.

This class is based on the line of succession from the following acts:

Line of succession Act 2015
Royal Marriages Act 1772
The Act of Settlement 1701
Bill of Rights 1689
Magna Carta


Dr Anne Holdorph
Lives in the United Kingdom
Qualified School Teacher with expertise in history and literature.
395 total reviews
463 completed classes

About Me


My name is Anne and I live in the UK.

I am so excited to be here on Outschool and share some of the things I am passionate about with you all. I am looking forward to teaching history classes, as well as some classes in reading and... 
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