Year 9 GCSE History Lesson 10 Sunday, February

Year 9 GCSE History Lesson 10 Sunday, February

Year 9 GCSE History Lesson 10 Sunday, February 23, 2020 Revolt of the Earls Learning Gain: All learners will explore the events of the revolt of the earls in 1075. Today we will: Identify key people involved in the revolt Explain the causes & consequences of the revolt Display the main events of the revolt in chronological order. Todays Learning Muscle Write down anything in GREEN. William had previously shut down rebellions through the use of force in the years 1068-71.

The revolt of 1075 was different from previous rebellions because it included Normans rebelling against William. The revolt in 1075 is sometimes known as the revolt of the Norman Earls but its not quite that simple. The revolt was led by 2 Norman earls & 1 Saxon earl who wanted to overthrow William and split England between them. Similar to other rebellions, the leaders also enlisted the help of the Danish, who were led by King Sweyns son Cnut. Furthermore, the rebels were supported by Normandys rivals in Brittany & France, who wanted to weaken Norman power. n3 w o d e t i r s, w e

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Roger de Breteuil Waltheof 1) 1) 1) 2) 2) 2) 3) 3) 3) Ralph de Gael, Earl of East Anglia AN M

R NO Ralph was the son of an AngloNorman who had served Edward the Confessor and then been rewarded with lands in East Anglia by William (probably Gyrth Godwinsons land) in 1066. Ralphs mother was from Brittany and Ralph was brought up there. When his father died, Ralph succeeded him as Earl of East Anglia, in around 1069. In 1075, Ralph married the sister of Roger de Breteuil. He resented a loss of power & wealth during Williams rule. Roger de Breteuil, Earl of Hereford AN M R NO

Roger was the son of William FitzOsbern, lord of Breteuil in Normandy and the same man that William had rewarded so lavishly in 1066: making him Earl of Hereford, a Marcher earldom with extensive powers. Roger had succeeded his father as Earl in 1071, after FitzOsbern died abroad. Under Williams rule, Rogers powers in the Marcher earldom gradually decreased. Waltheof, Earl of Northumbria N O X A S Waltheof was the son of Earl Siward. When Siward died in

1055 and Edward had made Tostig Earl of Northumbria, Waltheof was too young to challenge him. By 1065, he was Earl of Northamptonshire and, after submitting to William in 1066, he was allowed to stay as earl. In 1069, he was part of the rebellions in the North, but he submitted again to William and was pardoned, unlike his cousin Gospatric. When Gospatric fled England in 1072, William made Waltheof Earl of Northumbria perhaps as a gesture of resolution over the Harrying of the North. Identify at least one reason that each man had for planning a revolt. Pairs Task Using the information provided, design a 6-frame storyboard about the revolt of the earls in 1075.

Multi-structural Fill in a cause & consequence sheet about the revolt. Relational Compare & contrast the revolt of the earls with previous rebellions. Plenary Decide if each statement about the Revolt of the Earls is true (T) or false (F). The Revolt of the Earls was planned at a wedding. T F All the rebel Earls were Normans. T F

William successfully kept control of England after the revolt. T F None of the three main rebel Earls lived in England after 1076. T F William successfully attacked Ralph de Gael in Brittany. T F

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