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Y12: England Religion: conflict and dissent 1625-1701

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Y12: England 1625-1701
Theme 2: Religion: conflict and dissent, 1625–88

Cinema corner
Home cinema
Class cinema
Know:
The religious spectrum of beliefs that existed in the 1600s.
Understand
:
The nature of religious
beliefs and how they correspond with others.
Concept & skills
:
Synthesising evidence,
group work
Success criteria:
A
B
C
How effectively did the Church of England evolve in conditions of conflict and revolution?
Why did religious dissent and non-conformity increase in the years 1625-88?
Why, and with what effects, did fear of Roman Catholic inlfuence increase under the Stuart monarchs?

Key questions:
What were the various beliefs held by different factions within the Church of England and the Catholic church?
1
Spot the difference
What religions can these churches belong to?
Explain the reasonings
behind the interior of these
churches.
Know your religion
In groups of 4 gather information on the following religions to create an individual information poster on each religion detailing in their beliefs and customs.
Puritan/ Calvinist
Anglican
Arminian
Roman Catholic
Success Criteria
A - Assesses the similarity of religions and their relationships.
B - Explains why these beliefs and customs were held.
C - Describes the beliefs and customs of a religion in detail.
Assesses the similarity of religions and their relationships.
Explains why these beliefs and customs were held.
Describes the beliefs and customs of a religion in detail.
Is that you in the corner losing your knowledge on religion?
1. In which religion is the authority of the pope given from God?
2. Which religion views the Catholic church as a threat to true faith but some issues are not essential?
3. Which religion offers salvation by faith to only those who are predestined and accept a godly life?
4. What are the Arminian's beliefs on the role of the bishops?
5. What are the Puritan's beliefs on preaching and rituals?
For wider knowledge use pp.40-43
Know:
Laudian reforms that were implemented during Laud's rule.
Understand
:
The impact of Laudian's
beliefs on the governance of church.
Concept & skills
:
Causation and significance,
synthesising evidence,
Success criteria:
2
Why did Archbishop Laud and his beliefs threaten ecclesiastical harmony?
What does this medal depict?
What were Laud's beliefs and reforms?
Read pages 40-46 and gather information on Laud's beliefs and the reforms that he implemented during his ascension to Archbishop of Canterbury. Use your knowledge of the religious spectrum to explain why a belief/ reform may cause dissidence amongst the clergy and laity.
Laudian belief/ reform
Explanation of dissidence
Success criteria
A
- Assess the impact of Laud on ecclesiastical harmony 1625-1640.

B
- Explains why Laud's beliefs/ reforms may cause offense to other religions.

c
- Describes Laud's beliefs/ reforms and why they were implemented.
Reasons for implementation
A - Assess the impact of Laud on ecclesiastical harmony 1625-1640.

B - Explains why Laud's beliefs/ reforms may cause offense to other religions.

c - Describes Laud's beliefs/ reforms and why they were implemented.
Puritans vs Arminians
I
Review bubble
What was the most significant reason for Laud causing dissidence amongst the laity and clergy during 1625-1640?
Know:
The various factors that
altered the Church of England.
Understand
:
The implications of events and individuals on the Church of England.
Concept & skills
:
Change & continuity
Synthesising evidence,
presentation of knowledge
Success criteria:
A - Assess which factor had the most impact
on the Church of England from 1625-88.

B - Explain why the customs and beliefs of the Church of England were changed or continued.

c - Collate information on the various factors
that altered the Church of England.
3
To what extent did the government alter the Church of England from 1625-1688?
To what extent did William Laud alter the Anglican Church?
Exam Alert!
AS Level Exam-Style Question Section B
How accurate is it to say that Archbishop Laud and Laudian beliefs and practices were the greatest threat to the Church of England between 1625 and 1688? (20 marks)
Tip: Choose three or four other possible factors and evaluate them against the threat posed by Laud.
Extra information on section B:
Section B
These questions assess your understanding of the period in depth. They will ask you about the content you learned about in the four key themes, but may ask about more than one theme. For these questions remember to:
- give an analytical, not a descriptive response
- support your points with evidence
- cover the whole time period specified in the question
- come to a substantiated judgement.
A change in the house of the lord
A - Assess which factor had the most impact
on the Church of England from 1625-88.

B - Explain why the customs and beliefs of the Church of England were changed or continued.

c - Collate information on the various factors
that altered the Church of England.
Success criteria:
Create a Snapchat story of the different stages of the Church of England between 1625-1688 to present to the class. Write a script
with explanation to what extent the Church of England changed or
continued during this period and why.
Story must include:
- Arminian impact on the Church of England
- Puritan impact on the Church of England
- Restoration of the Anglican Church
- Radicalism during the Civil War
Know:
The different sects of
dissent that existed between 1625-1688.
Understand
:
The reasons why dissent was able to survive between 1625-1688.
Concept & skills
:
Causation and intention.
Evidence gathering, team work
Success criteria:
A
B
C
Why did religious dissent survive between 1625-1688?
Assesses which key factor or
individual had the most impact
on the survival of dissent.
Explains why dissent was able to
survive using key factors and individuals.
Identifies reasons for the survival of dissent.
4
What is happening here?
Dissent overview task
Step one
Identify as many forms of religious dissent as you can, using case studies as evidence. i.e. laws that made activities illegal.
Step two
Identify as many reasons for the survival of religious dissent as you can. Write on separate cards.
Step three
Divide your cards into those that represent:
- the actions or intentions of people
- the beliefs held by people at the time
- the contextual factors or events (i.e. political, social or economic events)
- states of affairs (long or short term situations that have developed in particular ways).
Key individuals for the survival of dissent
Focus on the intentions of key individuals involved in the survival of dissent. Use your own knowledge and pages 50-57 of the textbook.
Oliver Cromwell
George Fox
Charles II
Their intentions
The actions they took to achieve this
The consequences of their actions (intended and unintended)
The extent to which their intentions were achieved
Know:
Reasons why Catholics
were marginalised and feared in the Stuart era.
Understand
:
Factors that led to the increased marginalisation of Catholics.
Concept & skills
:
Causation and intention.
Synthesing evidence,
Success criteria:
A
B
C
Why, and with what effects, did fear of Roman Catholic influence increase under the Stuart Monarchs?
Assesses which key factor or
individual was the most significant cause for increased fears of Catholicism.
Explains using factors why fears of Catholicism influence increased.
Identifies reasons for increased fear of Catholicism.
5
6
How can these sources be used to explain the origins of the fear of Roman Catholicism during the Stuart period?
Increasing fears of Catholicism through time
In groups of 4 research the increasing fears and persecution of Catholicism from 1625-1688 and decide which factors were pivotal in influencing increased fears and persecution.
Period
Actions that increased fear
Actions of persecution
Origins
Charles I
Civil War
Protectorate
Charles II
James II
Factor
Factors
Actions of the crown
Actions of parliament
Societal towns/ actions
Foreign involvement
English Catholic actions
Puritan actions
What was the most significant cause for the increasing fear of Catholic influence under the Stuart Monarchs?
Actions of the crown
Actions of parliament
Societal towns/ actions
Foreign involvement
English Catholic actions
Puritan actions
In your group write a paragraph explaining what was the most significant cause for increased fears of Catholicism, compare to other causes for a developed answer.
Success criteria:
A
B
Assesses which key factor or
individual was the most significant cause for increased fears of Catholicism.
Explains using factors why fears of Catholicism influence increased.
Identifies reasons for increased fear of Catholicism.
C
Religious fun times Quizmassy Quiz
1. Who was William Laud and what impact did he have?
2. What's the difference between episcopal, congregational and presbyterian churches?
3. What did the Root and Branch Petition attempt to do?
4. What was the Indulgence Act and what impact did it have?
5. State one reason why non-conformity survived.
6. Why was the Anglican Church afraid of Quakers?
7. State one way dissenters were persecuted.
8. What was the impact of the Thirty Years War?
9. What was the Treaty of Dover and why is it important?
10. Why was William of Orange invited to be king of England in 1688?
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