This history lesson includes photographs of a number of different depictions of Elizabeth I through the use of written and visual representations. The focus of the lesson is to introduce students to the use of sources and how sources can help or hinder our understanding of history. The lesson is perfect for younger students.
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|Description:||Description: Fun activity where students attempt to draw an accurate picture of Elizabeth I through the description offered in written sources. Other activities include critical thinking questions based on sources.|
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