Edexcel Elizabethan England- Chapter 3- Mindmap

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  • Chapter 3: Elizabethan society in the Age of Exploration, 1558-88
    • Education
      • Nobility
      • Grammar Schools
      • Discipline
      • Craftsman
      • Petty Schools
      • Girls Schools
      • Universities
    • Leisure
      • Sport
        • Participation
          • Nobility
          • Working People
        • Spectating
          • Baiting
          • ****-fighting
      • Pastimes
        • Literature
        • Theatre
        • Music & Dancing
    • Poverty
      • Who were they?
      • Increasing Poverty
      • Changes in the countryside
        • Sheep farming
        • Enclosure
        • Urban Poor
      • Attitudes to the Poor
        • Impotent and able bodied poor
        • Government Action
        • Impact of the Poor Laws
    • Exploration
      • Why explore?
        • Trade
          • Triangular
          • Adventure
        • Technology
          • Navigation
          • Maps
      • Ship Design
        • Larger, stable ships
        • Faster more manoeuvrable ships
        • Better fire power
      • Francis Drake
        • Why cirumnavigate the globe?
        • Significance of Drake's cirumnavigation
          • England as a sea-farming nation
          • Nova Albion
          • American Colonies
          • Anglo-Spanish relations
    • Raleigh and Virginia
      • Significance
        • Virginia Project
        • Raising Funds
      • Organising the Virginia Project
        • Colonists, sailors & leaders
        • Ships and Timing
      • Why was colonisation significant?
        • Undermining Spain
        • Economic Benefits
      • Why did colonising Virginia Fail?
        • Voyage
        • Reality
        • Inexperience
        • Native resistance
        • Roanoke (1587-90)

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