Whether introducing English/Scottish history to students or needing a piece for performance, this play includes extensive background information – saving you bundles of time if you had to go look it up.
SUMMARY: When the King of Scotland died in 1286, there was no direct heir to the throne of Scotland. How did the involvement of King Edward I of England lead not only to the downfall of the town of Berwick (located in Scotland) but to 300 years of war?
- Type: True events
- Time and Region: 1286-1296; town of Berwick-upon-Tweed
- Grades: 6-12, adults
- Performance Time: 15 minutes
WHERE IS THIS USED?
- History classes (English and Scottish history/13th century) as reader’s theatre
- Middle Ages fairs and events
- Choral music with drama concerts
This is a great play to get students interested in what happened at the time!
DETAILED, FASCINATING information.
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