LI: to investigate the findings of the Sutton Hoo discoveries and what they tell us about the Anglo Saxons
When you see ‘heading’ or ‘subheading’ in blue, please write them into your book when you get to that section – this will help to organise your work.
Write L.I: to investigate the findings of the Sutton Hoo discoveries and what they tell us about the Anglo Saxons
main heading: Research findings
Open the Sutton Hoo PPT (there is a PDF version of this if you can’t open it).
Within the PowerPoint, you will find the following video clips to watch. Please make notes in your home learning books whilst watching the clips (you can watch them more than once or keep pausing the videos, to help you do this): :
‘In Focus: Sutton Hoo’ video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np0pD1wW_Bo
BBC Class Clips clip (watch 1:57–6:57 only): http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00sl6dt
The two following websites provide some more information and pictures if you would like to find out more:
Using your notes from yesterday’s research, answer the questions on the Session 2 Worksheet.
main heading: Sutton Hoo: Key Facts list
Read through pages 12-14 of the Anglo-Saxon e-book* to find out some additional facts about Sutton Hoo.
*Please use the following link to open the e-book:
Create a key facts list in your book. See example on Session 3 Key Facts Example. Then, add a border to your key facts list, similar to the one in the example (or create your own Anglo-Saxon design!).
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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