Tudor Rebellions: Causes & Timeline Video

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How long did the Tudor dynasty last?

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1. Despite only being on the throne for nine days, which Tudor had to deal with a rebellion?

2. The Northern Rebellion, or Revolt, of _____ was an attempt to overthrow Elizabeth I and replace her with her cousin _____, queen of _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet offers an evaluation of what you know about the Tudor dynasty. You'll review your understanding of the different rebellions, their causes and where these rebellions happened.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet addresses your knowledge of:

  • How long the Tudor dynasty lasted
  • The Tudor that dealt with rebellion only nine days after being on the throne
  • What the Northern Rebellion was about
  • The two countries most of the Tudor Rebellions happened in

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see what you remember about how long the Tudor dynasty lasted
  • Interpreting information - verify that you read and are able to correctly interpret what the Northern Rebellion was about
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer a question about which Tudor was the last to reign

Additional Learning

You will find a more detailed discussion of this topic in the lesson, Tudor Rebellions: Causes & Timeline. This lesson offers additional insight into:

  • The number of rulers during the Tudor period
  • Who was crowned after the War of the Roses
  • The ruler that created the Church of England
  • How religion played a part in several of the rebellions
  • The outcome of the Northumberland Rebellion
  • How the Tudor dynasty ended
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