It should be taught immediately after the PR decision-maker lesson.
Each individual is required to place, on their own ripple diagram a number of consequences and categorise them into immediate, short and long term effects.
They are then required to link some of the consequences together (just like they are asked to at GCSE) to demonstrate their sequential nature.
Finally, they use their own knowledge to challenge a history teachers interpretation of the impact of the Peasants Revolt shown here.
- Lesson presentation: PowerPoint
- Lesson write-up: Word
- Resource 1: Word