The Crusades: Cultures in Conflict by Pamela Kernaghan, Tony McAleavy
The Crusades is a supplementary text for key stage 3 of the history national curriculum, written for supplementary study unit category B. It forms a component of the Cambridge History Programme, an investigative course which provides a coherent and progressive programme of history and offers teachers practical guidance on assessment. The Crusades features enquiry-based units which pose key historical questions; a careful balance of investigation and explanation; overview sections to introduce and consolidate themes and concepts; activities ranging in difficulty and an Attainment Target matrix for pupils and teachers.
Introduction: Spies report strange news; OVERVIEW: CENTURIES OF CRUSADING TO THE EAST: 1. Jerusalem Holy City; 2. Changes in the East; 3. Changes in the West; 4. Crusading is launched; 5. The First Crusade; 6. The crusader states; 7. The call to crusade; 8. Leaving home; 9. Victims of crusades; 10. The Third Crusade; 11. The Third Crusade seen from different sides; 12. Fact or fiction?; 13. The Hospitallers; 14. The crusades continue; 15. Crusaders who were they?; 16. Motives for crusading; 17. Historians; 18. The legacy of the crusades; Attainment target grid; Attainment target focus; Index.