Personal importance



Download 13.11 Kb.
Date15.05.2016
Size13.11 Kb.

(PART 1) RESEARCH SCAFFOLD

BELOW IS AN EXAMPLE RESEARCH SCAFFOLD FOR THE LAST TOPIC 3 – PERSONAL IMPORTANCE

TOPIC 3 – WHAT WAS THEIR PERSONAL IMPORTANCE TOWH THE WORLD AROUND THEM?

(EXAMPLE) TOPIC 3

PERSONAL IMPORTANCE


SOURCE 1:

E.G. www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/elenor_of_aquitaine.shtml

Image

E.G.


Description:


Here is where you need to write down what is in the image. You can mention who or what

it is and what they may be holding or doing.You can also refer to significant features or

colours.
E.G.The image is of Eleanor of Aquitaine

Eleanor’s importance is depicted in this image through the crown she wears on her head.

She is holding what looks to be a bible to give her moral authority as the queen of

France and later England.



Information:

This is where you need to provide specific details about your chosen topic area and give proof (evidence). You also need to tell us why the evidence you have found is important.



GUESS WHAT

(state idea #1).

E.G. Eleanor of Aquitaine used her

authority as the queen to achieve her own goals.

Whilst her second husband, King Henry II was

having affairs with other women, she supported

her sons in a revolt against him.


PROVE IT

(Provide specific proof: you can use images or quotes from websites).

E.G. To prove this point, I have located a letter

written by one of King Henry’s noblemen, Peter

of Blois in the year 1173. In this letter Blois is

trying to encourage the Queen to remain faithful

to her adulterous husband so he can retain his

kingship. Peter of Blois wouldn’t need to write

to queen Eleanor of Aquitaine if he had no

authority over the reign of Henry II.




SO WHAT

(Say why this is important to our understanding of this persons personal importance).

E.G. Therefore, Eleanor of Aquitaine was an

important personality because of the way she

used her authority during the reign of King

Henry II.



Bibliography

SOURCE 1 : Website; BBC History ‘Eleanor of Aquitaine’, accessed 11/03/13; www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/elenor_of_aquitaine.shtml

SOURCE 2: Website: Peter of Blois: Letter 154 to Queen Eleanor, 1173; accessed 11/

03/12; http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/eleanor.asp



Share with your friends:




The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2020
send message

    Main page