Who should have the Koh-i-Noor?
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Key stage
Category: Industry and Empire c. 1750-1900 British Empire
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Contributor: Ruth Shivas
Published: 26/06/2017
Updated: 15/06/2021
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Student activity
Role play/debate/discussion

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Description
Students explore the debate surrounding the legacy of the British Empire through the issue of ownership of this controversial diamond. The class is split and given different arguments, they then work with evidence cards to help them to form an answer to the enquiry question. Teacher notes offer a variety of scenarios in which this resource can be used. A versatile resource that would be great for KS3.

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I think there is an error in the text. The Duchess of Cambridge will not become 'queen consort', she will become queen just as the Queen Mother was queen to George VI. Was the author confusing the Duchess of Cambridge with the Duchess of Cornwall?

Robert Page

15/06/2021

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29/04/2020

5

20/03/2020

5

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I think there is an error in the text. The Duchess of Cambridge will not become 'queen consort', she will become queen just as the Queen Mother was queen to George VI. Was the author confusing the Duchess of Cambridge with the Duchess of Cornwall?

Robert Page

15/06/2021

5

29/04/2020

5

20/03/2020

5