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Length of Lesson: 70 minutes
ABILITY: Mixed Date: 23/3/98
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Nothing taught, but some may know a little from KS2, earlier field-trips and general knowledge.
AIM: The use of physical evidence through the study of some features of Tudor buildings.
OBJECTIVES: To enable the pupils:
- To understand the factors, which led to changes in house building in the sixteenth century; (KSU 2b, 2c)
- To be able to name some of the local examples of Tudor buildings; (4b)
- To be able to identify some of the characteristic features of Tudor buildings; (4b)
- To understand the changes in house building from medieval cruck construction to jettied constructions; (2c)
- To know what materials were used in Tudor house building and how these can be identified (4b);
- To be able to explain the changes in the features of windows from the 15th to the 17th centuries. (2c/ 4b)