Beyond Scotland's Golden Age (Middle Ages play)
British History 13th century
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?
- Grades: 6-12, adults
- Includes extensive background information and sources. Perfect for having students understand the time of William Wallace.
WHERE IS THIS PLAY USED?
- History classes (English/Scottish history, 13th century) as reader’s theatre
- Middle Ages fairs and events
- Choral music with drama concerts
I've used this many times with my students in Middle Ages productions. Entertaining. Engaging.
Student comment? "You make even the most boring stuff fun." (Of course, I find this time period fascinating.)
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**NOTE: Whether used as reader’s theater or performed, history skits present a way for students to connect with, understand, and interpret an era. As per TpT policy, this play does not negatively impact any individual or group.