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For the next two weeks, our English work is are all about Gadgets!
In this workbook, we are going to create a state-of-the-art gadget for a spy or one for school or even one to use in your house! We are going to be persuading our reader to buy one, a bit like an advert you would get o TV, in a magazine or even on the side of a bus.
Today you will need pages 1 - 5 of the booklet.
Today, complete the Introduction task with some code-cracking and create your own spy name!
Read the model text for persuasion and complete Activity 1.
History - Crime and punishment in the early modern period
Today we will be studying the early modern period which covers from the Stuarts until 1800.
Look at the timeline on the slides.
The period started off with a plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Look at the information about the gunpowder plot on the slides.
There was also a Civil War during this period which was also due to religion. There lots of crimes related to religion at this time, such as witchcraft.
Look at the information on the slides about crime and punishment at this time, e.g. the increase of
smugglers, highwaymen and poachers and the reasons behind this. Explain that punishments became harsher and that a new punishment of transportation was introduced.
What do you think was the biggest change in crime and punishment during this period?
Choose 5A, 5B or 5C to complete or try all three!
On worksheet 5A, match up the definition of each type of criminal to its description. When finished, you can answer the questions using the Information Sheet to help if necessary.
On worksheet 5B, define each of the type of criminals listed, then describe why each of the crimes became more common in this period and answer the questions, using the Information Sheet to help if necessary.
On worksheet 5C, imagine you are a criminal who has been convicted of a crime and sentenced to transportation.
Write an account of their experience, including details of the crime you committed, your trial, the journey to America and what you had to do once you got there.