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Year 11

Curriculum Map

Year

Half term

Unit(s) of Work

Key Assessments

Disciplinary Knowledge Focus

Year 11

Autumn 1

Crime and Punishment over Time: c.500 – present day

Why were there opportunities for new crimes in the 16th & 17th centuries?

Cause and consequence

Why were there new opportunities for crime in the 19th century?

Cause and consequence

Outline how the causes of crime have changed from c.500 to the present day

Change and continuity

Autumn 2

Explain why law enforcement was increasingly ineffective by the 17th century

Cause and consequence

Outline how the effectiveness of law enforcement has changed from c.500 to the present day

Change and continuity

Explain why prisons were in need of reform by the 18th century

Cause and consequence

Outline how the purpose of punishment has changed from c.500 to the present day

Change and continuity

Why was Pentonville Prison a significant site?

Significance

Spring 1

The Elizabethan Age: 1558 - 1603

To what extent do you agree with the interpretation about the importance of royal progresses?

Interpretations

What can be learned from sources A and B about cruel sports in Elizabethan times?

Primary sources

What was the significance of the Middle Way in solving England’s religious problems?

Significance

Spring 2

To what extent does this source accurately reflect the seriousness of the threat from the rebellion of the Northern Earls?

Primary sources

To what extent does this source accurately reflect the seriousness of the threat from Mary, QoS?

Primary sources

Summer 1

To what extent do you agree with the interpretation about the causes of the Armada?

Interpretations

Explain the connections between two of the following that are to do with the Puritan threat

Cause and consequence

 

 

 

Summer 2