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Henry VIII, his 6 Wives, and the Church of England Presentation

Henry VIII, his 6 Wives, and the Church of England Presentation
Henry VIII, his 6 Wives, and the Church of England Presentation
Henry VIII, his 6 Wives, and the Church of England Presentation
Henry VIII, his 6 Wives, and the Church of England Presentation
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This AMAZINGLY beautiful, creative Keynote presentation covers England's famous King Henry VIII and the reasons for his split with the Catholic Church.

It features gorgeous animations, video, music, and humor to create a memorable effective lesson that meets the Common Core Standards for World History! All the videos and music are embedded directly into the presentation seamlessly for a truly memorable engaging lesson. Topics covered include his wives and children, including the future Queen Elizabeth I.

Note: this is a Keynote file, which is Apple's version of PowerPoint and will require an Apple computer with Keynote installed. Keynote can do amazing things that Powerpoint cannot, which is one of the reasons this lesson is so fantastic!

A FREE pdf graphic organizer for this presentation is available for download by clicking here. Be sure to use this fantastic FREE resource with this lesson!

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18 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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