Crime and Punishment

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Crime and Punishment Sample Video


Hung, drawn and quartered, burned at the stake or stretched out on the rack. These are just some of the gruesome and horrific forms of punishment used during the Medieval era. Step up to the chopping block as Kryal Castle takes you back to a time where innocent or guilty were irrelevant and torture was a favourite form of entertainment. Students will learn about one of the most important documents in history, The Magna Carta and then take a look at some of the most popular forms of torture from the Dark Ages, in our Curriculum based Crime and Punishment Course.

Key concepts covered include:

  • The Magna Carta
  • Medieval Laws and why breaking them was probably not a smart idea
  • Forms of Medieval Punishment

What’s Included in this course?

  • Full length video on Crime and Punishment in the middle ages (Over 26 mins)
  • 2 fun downloadable worksheets
  • A downloadable craft activity
  • Glossary of terms and phrases relating to Crime and Punishment, which would have been used during the medieval period
  • An online quiz
  • Printable and personalised certificate of course completition

Curriculum Mapping

All of our Medieval Courses have been carefully and specifically mapped against The Victorian F-10 and Australian Curriculum enabling each to be seamlessly incorporated into your classroom curriculum. Our Medieval Courses are the perfect inspiration for a wealth of skills development including English, Literature, Math, Science, Civics and Citizenship, and of course History.

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$5.00 per student per course (GST included)
For school groups, please email for group pricing options
Includes: Access to the course episode, curriculum based worksheets and activities, multiple-choice quiz, and certificate of completion

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