Charles I and the Civil War

Read the extracts below, using evidence from the text complete the comprehension questions below in full sentences.

IMG_1845 IMG_1846

Why did King Charles I initially quarrel with the parliament and what was a result of this feud?

Why did Scotland send an army into England during 1637?

What incident occurred in 1640, which suggested King Charles was beginning to lack support?

What caused the civil war?

What was the difference between Cavaliers and Roundheads?

What did Oliver Cromwell do for the Roundheads and was this beneficial?

Why do you think the Scottish governors didn’t protect Charles I after the Battle of Naseby?

What was the result of King Charles I’s poor decisions and disrespect towards the parliament?

23 thoughts on “Charles I and the Civil War

  1. 1) Charles was instantly quarrelling with parliament because he thought that he was spending his money wisely and he also shut parliament out of business, but the consequence of this action was that Spain declared war against Charles but Charles did not have the amount of money so he came running to parliament and asked for money,but, parliament decided to fight back!
    2)Scotland sent an army into England because England’s King,Charles I was defenceless so he fled to a different country so it was ‘Parliament Vs Scotland!!’
    3) Charles tried to make the Scots worship the same way as the English so that was showing he was lacking support.

    • 4) Civil War was caused by Charles I taking parliament out of business and when he asked them back in business parliament decided to fight back so parliament teamed with the Scots to get their revenge on Charles I.
      5) The difference between Cavillers and Roundheads was that Cavillers had leather armour to protect them properly while Roundheads had shaved their head and had round helmets like their bald heads :3 .
      6) Oliver Cromwell met the large army with his smaller army and decided to support them but, they failed in battle once again.
      7) The Scottish governors didn’t protect Charles I becase of his cruelty.
      8) The result of King Charles I’s poor decisions and disrespect towards parliament was, war!

      😘😘😘 :P :P :P

  2. 1.King Charles I quarrelled with the Parliament because he wanted to rule by himself and they were annoyed with Charles because he was spending all the money for the war in Spain.

    2.Scotland sent an army into England because Charles I wanted the Scottish to worship the same as England, but they refused.

    3.In 1940, Charles I went back to the Parliament in London, but the Parliament refused to let Charles in.That started The Civil War.

    4.The Civil War started when the Parliament refused to let Charles I back in.

  3. 1. King Charles I was spending money on Spain instead of his own country so the Parliament and Charles began to quarrel. Therefefore a battle started.
    2. The Scottish sent an army into England because Charles forced them to worship them in the same way that England worships.
    3. In 1640 Charles I came running back to the Parliament for money but the Parliament refused so Charles tried to arrest the leaders of the Parliament but they escaped too.
    4. King Charles and the Parliament by quarrelling about Charles spending money on Spain, therefore Charles I removed the Parliament. Soon Charles came running back for money from the Parliament and of coarse they refused so a war began.
    5. The Roundheads cut their hair of and had round helmets, whereas the Cavaliers had leather coats.

  4. 1. Charles I initially quarrel with the parliament because he spent all of his money on Spain army and the result at the end was that he didn’t have money to fight the Scots.
    2. The Scots refused to worship the way that Charels did so they sent their army and fight with England.
    3. In 1940 the members of the parliment decided to raise the money,Charles I tried to arrest the leaderes but they escaped.
    4.The civil war was caused by a battle between Scololand and England.

  5. This resulted in the civil war between Charles the 1st and the parliament .The Scottish sent their army to kill Charles the 1st because he tryed to make the Scottish puritans.In 1940 he recalls members to parliament and ask them to raised the money but many refused.

  6. This resulted in the civil war between Charles I and the parliament.
    Scotland sent an army because Charles I forced the Scottish to worship in the same way as the English .
    In 1640 he recalled members to Parliament an asked them to raise the money,but many refused.
    Charles tried to escape so the members of Parliament decided to fight the King.
    Cavaliers are the ones who supported the Parliament and who dress seriously and the Roundheads are the ones who supported Charles I and dress poshly

  7. 1)This resulted in,the Civil War between Charles I and the Parliament.
    2)In 1637,the Scotland sent an army to fight the English.
    3)In 1640,Charles I recalled the Parliament to raise some money but they refused.
    4)The thing that caused the Civil War was Charles I tried to arrest the leaders but they escaped and the Members of Parliament decided to fight the king.
    5)The difference between Cavaliers and the Roundheads was the Roundheads dressed all serious and the Cavaliers dressed all Posh.

  8. Why did King Charles I initially quarrel with the parliament and what was a result of this feud?
    Because he was spending money on Spain’s army and this created a conflict.

    Why did Scotland send an army into England during 1637?
    They sent an army to England because King Charles I demanded them to become Catholic.

    What incident occurred in 1640, which suggested King Charles was beginning to lack support?
    Charles I left London and the parliament raised a army this showed he had a lack of confidence in 1640

  9. 1) The result of the end of the this feud was getting a lot more worser they both had conflict and so the civil war started.

    2) Scotland sent an army to fight the English because Charles l forced the Scottish to be Catholics.

    3) The thing that caused the Civil war is that first he wanted the parliament to close and then when he needed to raise money for the battle he asked he parliament so that what caused the conflict between them.

    4) The cavaliers were vain and arrogant whereas the Roundheads were common people.

    5) Oliver Cromwell thought that the Roundheads needed a strong army so that he used his soldiers and taught them proper training, regular wage and proper uniforms and yes this was beneficial for the Roundheads.

    6) The Scottish governors didn’t help/protect Charles l because they didn’t want to get involved with Charles l problem.

  10. 1. Charles I quarrelled with the parliament as he was ignorant and he spend all the money on the war Spain not caring about his country and if he was the king of Spain not England.
    2.The Scottish sent an army to fight the hypricrate AKA King Charles 1 because he tried to force to be a protictent this lead to a massive feud.
    3. As ignorant as he is he thought he was independent enough to resign the parliament job and let him take it from here.
    4.The Scottish wanted to there rights and create a war so Charles wanted money from the parliament but they refused it was parliament V Charles.
    5.Roundheads dressed as as they were serious and your going to go down But the cavilled thought it was a fashion show but instead of flashing cameras Blood.

  11. 1) He quarrelled with the parliament because he wanted the people back as his tribe to fight back.But they all refused.
    2) The Scottish sent an army in 1637 because King Charles the I tried to make the Scottish worship in the same way as the English.
    3) Civil War occurred in 1640.Charles the I was a lack support because he recalled the members of parliament and asked them to raise the money but many refused.
    4) The members of Parliament decided to fight the King.They began to raise an army.Charles left London and also began to raise an army.Most people in London supported the Parliament so the CIVIL WAR BEGAN!!!
    5) The difference between Cavaliers and RoundHeads are,Cavaliers supported Charles the I,they were also called Royalists.RoundHeads were supporting the Parliament,they are called RoundHeads because they dress seriously and cut most of their hair off and they showed RoundHeads.

  12. 1) Charles I quarreled with the Parliament because they were annoyed at all the money Charles was spending on a war with Spain.

    2) Scotland sended an army into England during 1637 because Charles I was going to make the Scotish to worship in the same way as the England’s.

    3) The incident that occurred in 1640 which suggested Charles was lack support was Charles I recalled members to Parliament and asked them to raise the money,but many refused.

    4) The thing that caused the Civil War was that Charles I taxed rich people and put many of his enemies in prison in thebTower of London.

    5) The difference between the Roundheads and the Cavaliers were that the Cavaliers wore leather coats whereas the Roundheads wore leather jackets.

  13. 1.He closed the parliament.
    2.To help the royalist to attack the new model army
    3.instead of the parliament helping Charles I they made a new army
    4.he force people to be a catholic,taxed only rich people,roved the parliament this is just three
    5.The cavaliers or royalist supported Charles I however the Roundhead were with the parliament.

  14. 1)He quarraled with he parliament because he wanted to rule the world.
    2)because Charles I was I a civil war and he didn’t have army.
    4)Charles I was selfish and greedy.
    5)one supported Charles I and some didn’t.

  15. Because they were annoyed that all the money Charles was spending on a war with Spain.Scotland sent an army to England in 1637 because Charles needed money to fight the Scots.Because most people in Civil war supported the London parliament so Civil war had begun.The Cavaliers means horseman and Roundheads were people who had short haircuts.He decided Roundheads needed a better army and it was not beneficial.I think the Scottish didn’t protect Charles the first and the Naseby army because he didn’t even care about them.The result of his poor decisions was that he was executed for good.

  16. 1)He quarrelled because he wanted to rule the country himself without the help of the Parliament.
    2)They sent the Scottish army into England for the Civil War.
    4)The thing that caused the war was that Charles I wanted to rule the country and he needed more people in his army to win the War.
    5)Cavaliers were horse men’s and Roundheads had short haircuts.
    6) He decided the Roundheads needed an army.
    7) They didn’t protect him because Charles didn’t need their help.
    8)Charles was executed.

  17. 1)Why did King Charles I initially quarrel with the parliament and what was a result of this feud?
    The parliament was angry because of how much money he was spending on in a War with Spain.

    2)Why did Scotland send an army into England during 1637?
    To help him

    What caused the civil war?
    Charles wanted to rule the country

    What was the difference between Cavaliers and Roundheads?
    Cal over means horseman whereas Roundhead means they have short haircuts.

    What did Oliver Cromwell do for the Roundheads and was this beneficial?They needed a better army.

    Why do you think the Scottish governors didn’t protect Charles I after the Battle of
    Bans by?
    They didn’t protect him because Charles didn’t need any help.He was all under control.

    What was the result of King Charles I’s poor decisions and disrespect towards the parliament?
    Charles got executed

  18. Why did King Charles I initially quarrel with the parliament and what was a result of this feud?
    He wanted everyone to follow him as he was King he could rule.
    Why did Scotland send an army into England during 1637?
    I think they sent an army because they trusted him they said that they swapped sides.
    What incident occurred in 1640, which suggested King Charles was beginning to lack support?
    He wanted a army to fight in the civil war.
    What caused the civil war?
    Most people didn’t support him but London
    What was the difference between Cavaliers and Roundheads?
    They wore lever coats and iron breasts plates they fort whith prison swords.
    What did Oliver Cromwell do for the Roundheads and was this beneficial?
    He helped the soldiers by training them well.
    Why do you think the Scottish governors didn’t protect Charles I after the Battle of Naseby?
    Because they betrayed the by telling them that he was on there side but he was not.
    What was the result of King Charles I’s poor decisions and disrespect towards the parliament?
    He argued and fought against them

  19. Why did King Charles I initially quarrel with the parliament and what was a result of this feud?
    He wanted everyone to follow him as he was the king,he could rule.
    Why did Scotland send an army into England during 1637?
    I think they sent an army because they trusted him,he said that he swapped sides.
    What incident occurred in 1640, which suggested King Charles was beginning to lack support?
    He wanted an army to fight in the civil war.
    What caused the civil war?
    Most people didn’t support him but London.
    What was the difference between Cavaliers and Roundheads?
    They wore leaver coats whereas the RoundHeads wore leather jackets.
    What did Oliver Cromwell do for the Roundheads and was this beneficial?
    He helped the soldiers by training them well.
    Why do you think the Scottish governors didn’t protect Charles I after the Battle of Naseby?
    Because he betrayed them by telling them that he was on there side for the war.
    What was the result of King Charles I’s poor decisions and disrespect towards the parliament?
    He argued and fought against them.

  20. 1) Charles I quarrelled with the parliament because the parliament nagged him about not sending money in the war on Spain. The consequence of this feud was execution and loss of war for Charles I.
    2) The scots decided to join King Charles I because they believed that what he did was right and Charles I kept on dishing orders.
    3) In 1640 th parliament asked Charles to fundrase but he refused to.
    4) The civil war was caused because of the unfairness that Charles I was showing to the parliament and the people in England.
    5) The different between the round heads and cavaliers was their leaders and their strength to defend their belief.
    6) Oliver Cromwell made the round heads more stronger and more powerful.
    7) The Scottish front protect Charles because he betrayed them and used them for his defence.
    8) The result was execution and betrayal.

  21. Charles I quarrelled with parliament because he spent money on war in Spain and decided to close it down then that led him the scots and the Royalist to a civil war.
    He led an army into England because he wanted to make sure the English people were done for and he could rule the country peacefully.
    The reason there was a civil war was because of Charles monsterous laws.
    Cavaliers we’re the Kings army and the Roundheads were Oliver cromwells army.
    They didn’t support him because if they did they might be taken for the punishment he was getting.
    The result of his cruelty was him getting executed.

  22. Why did King Charles I initially quarrel with the parliament and what was a result of this feud?
    He quarrelled with them so he could rule the country himself

    Why did Scotland send an army into England during 1637?
    To support Charles

    What incident occurred in 1640, which suggested King Charles was beginning to
    lack support?
    he asked them to raise money but they refused
    What caused the civil war?
    Charles was being stubborn and the taxed was too high
    What was the difference between Cavaliers and Roundheads?
    Cavaliers were royalists and Roundheads were parliament

    What did Oliver Cromwell do for the Roundheads and was this beneficial?
    He gave them proper uniforms and training
    Why do you think the Scottish governors didn’t protect Charles I after the Battle of Naseby?
    They might think there country would be in trouble
    What was the result of King Charles I’s poor decisions and disrespect towards the parliament?
    He was executed

Leave a Reply