The Black Death

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Here is the latest Middle Ages podcast, along with gratuitous picture of people with bubonic plague.

I’ve been doing a “stations” strategy with my year 8s for the Friday double: podcast, textbook questions, crossword, computer stuff and a drawing activity. It seems to break up the ‘mob’ mentality, and get them working steadily.

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8 Responses to The Black Death

  1. tina carter says:

    great podcast. it is very short and concise to introduce homeschoolers to a particular issue of the middle ages. thanks a bunch, tina.

  2. davefagg says:

    Great to hear it was helpful Tina. The good news is that it’s pretty easy to create your own, or get your kids doing it.

  3. maia says:

    i think that you could improve on your standard of presentation.as i could only find 1 pic of black death even though i searched and searched.

    • Dave Fagg says:

      Maia, if you google “black death” in the images section of google, you get heaps of images. Is that what you are looking for?

      • betsy says:

        i think that there is not enough choice of images. i am doing a school project and i need to explain the syptoms and the only good and relavante image is this one. i need more images for next week please put some good ones on the web i am fed up of always having to resource to books because the web does not provoide good enough images and information ( that you can trust ) thanks.
        please do something

  4. Anonymous says:

    this is very good i really appreciate the help i leatned something from this thanx so much!!!!!

  5. Bella Harris says:

    Very good @Dave Fagg that has alot of details i use this for my classes i teach and they understood as soon as i showed them this website.Thank you so much
    ~Ms.Harris,TyroneMiddleSchool Staff~

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