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Lesson Plan: Scottish History and Politics

Subject: Social Studies Grade: 10 Duration: 60 minutes Objectives:

  • Students will be able to identify and describe key events and periods in Scottish history
  • Students will be able to explain the political system of Scotland and its relationship with UK
  • Students will be able to analyze the causes and consequences of the Scottish referendum in 2016, Brexit and the recent resignation of Nicola Sturgeon


  • Handout: Scottish History and Politics
  • Quiz: Scottish History and Politics, provided below
  • Essay topics: Scottish History and Politics, provided below.
  • Rubric: Essay Writing also provided below.


  1. Introduction (10 minutes):
    • Review the learning objectives with students
    • Activate prior knowledge by asking students what they know about Scotland
    • Show a short video clip about Scotland’s culture, geography and people. Video 1, 2 and 3.
  2. Instruction (20 minutes):
    • Distribute the handout to students and ask them to read it silently
    • Check for understanding by asking questions throughout the presentation and inviting students to share their opinions or questions
  3. Practice (15 minutes):
    • Distribute the quiz to students and ask them to complete it individually
    • Review the answers with students and provide feedback
  4. Application (10 minutes):
    • Distribute the essay topics to students and ask them to choose one topic to write an essay on
    • Explain the expectations and criteria for writing an essay using the rubric
  5. Closure (5 minutes):
    • Summarize the main points of the lesson
    • Ask students to reflect on what they learned and how it relates to their own lives or experiences
    • Assign homework: write an essay on chosen topic using reliable sources


  • Formative assessment: quiz on Scottish history and politics
  • Summative assessment: essay on chosen topic related to Scottish history and politics.

Here are some facts about Scottish history and politics:

Here are some questions you can use to check for understanding:

  1. When did Scotland join with England to form Great Britain?
  2. When did Scotland and England unite under one monarch for the first time?
  3. What is the name of Scotland’s devolved parliament?
  4. What is the name of the party that supports Scottish independence from the UK?
  5. What was the result of the 2014 Scottish independence referendum?
  6. How did Scotland vote in the 2016 EU membership referendum?
  7. What is the name of the political party that supports Scottish independence and EU membership?
  8. Who was the leader and First Minister of Scotland until February 28th 2023?
  9. Why did she resign from her position?
  10. When does she want to hold a second independence referendum?
  11. What are some of the arguments for and against Scottish independence?
  12. How do you think Brexit has affected Scotland’s relationship with England?
  13. Why did Scotland compare itself to Norway in the 2014 referendum?

Here are When did Scotland join with England to form Great Britain with links.

Here are some essay topics you can assign:

  1. Compare and contrast Scotland’s history and culture with England’s.
  2. Analyze how Brexit has impacted Scotland’s economy, society and environment.
  3. Evaluate Nicola Sturgeon’s leadership style and legacy as First Minister.

Here are some reliable links you can provide for further research:

Here is a rubric you can use to grade your students’ essays:

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