Presentation for a single class lesson on the Laois-Offaly plantation. Contains lesson objectives, questions for think-pair-share activities, a map activity and primary source activity.View full description
Students evaluate the statements within the PDF document and assess whether each statement is true or false. There is a table on the second page where students document their final agreed decisions.View full description
Printable placemat template with designated questions to explore. Students document their own opinions on the question into their section of the placemat. The placemat is then rotated whereby students need to analyse other group members opinions and add to their opinions. The group needs to come together to decide on how to rank the groups opinions from first to third.View full description
Strand: 2. The History of Ireland
Strand unit: 1. Pattern of Settlement & Plantations
Key Skills: Dul i mbun Cumarsáide Eolas agus Smaointeoireacht a Bhainistiú Obair le Daoine Eile Litearthacht Uimhearthacht Managing Myself
A PowerPoint presentation with printable quiz, quiz, trade cards. The quiz, quiz, trade cards contain questions associated to the Laois - Offaly plantation. Instructions on how to carry out this cooperative learning activity is included.View full description
Worksheet can be used as a reflection activity/ research activity or revision exercise. Students answer the questions in the provided space. Sample teacher solution sheet provided.View full description
A selection of State Examinations Commission questions for students to complete. Question A corresponds to 2013 exam paper and question B corresponds to 2009.View full description
PDF outlining the task of students to create a presentation on the Laois-Offaly plantation for the National Museum of Ireland. The task requires the class to co-create success criteria with their teacher as well as demonstrate a thorough knowledge on the plantation through digital means.View full description
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