Cunning Plan 151: When and for whom has 1688 been 'Glorious'?

Teaching History feature

By Arthur Chapman, published 20th June 2013

An end-of-Year 9 enquiry about interpretations of the ‘Glorious Revolution'

This enquiry is about how interpretations are formed and why they change. It aims to show Year 9, right at the end of their study of British history, the ways in which meanings of 1688 have shifted over time. It will test students' knowledge and strengthen their chronology of 300 years of British history. 1688 is explored from the perspective of five historical moments.

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