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What was the role of women in Celtic society?

What was the role of women in Celtic society?

Documentary and archaeological evidence testify to the domestic and familial role of Celtic women, their rights and responsibilities, occasional leadership of tribes, women slaves and their role in religious observance. This source-based activity is designed for students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Preliminary HSC course Case studies from Egypt, Greece, Rome, Celtic Europe Topic A8: The Celts

By WayneWoods

The Lascaux Cave

The Lascaux Cave

Live too far from the Dordogne to organise a class visit to the Lascaux Cave? Fret no more. Let Lonely World Travel take you on a tour through the Palaeolithic Lascaux Cave complex. This Powerpoint presentation is a great way to introduce students to prehistoric Europe and the problems and issues of conservation and the impact of tourism.

By WayneWoods

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Thera Akrotiri Atlantis Santorini Bundle with bonus

Thera Akrotiri Atlantis Santorini Bundle with bonus

For Yr 11 Ancient History- Thera topic archaeological site of Akrotiri on modern Santorini- possible candidate for Atlantis with a bonus hands on artefacts activity adaptable to this or any ancient history topic.

By gcmem

Primary Adventure Stories Writing Toolkit

Primary Adventure Stories Writing Toolkit

Included are my most popular story writing resources and unit planning. In this pack you'll get a full unit plan with plenty of activities and differentiation, vocabulary sheets, sequencing activities, dilemma and resolution writing activities, and much more! Suitable for Year 3 and 4 classrooms. A £26.00 value altogether!

By vcurrie19

Primary: Stone Age Assembly (Script, lyrics, background ppt)

Primary: Stone Age Assembly (Script, lyrics, background ppt)

Hi there, There are three resources in this pack. There's a background assembly powerpoint to create a backdrop (including links to sound effects etc), the lyrics to a version of 'Gold' by Spandeau Ballet with the lyric changed to 'STONE!' (much comedy), and the script. On the script document, there's also a helpful table to write down who's who.

By thingskeepchanging

Medicine Through Time GCSE Revision

Medicine Through Time GCSE Revision

I have created a bundle of revision lessons from Prehistoric to Modern Medicine. They are each designed to be delivered in roughly an hour’s lesson. Although the content of each time period is included, as these are revision lessons the focus is on GCSE style questions such as factors, individuals and Source analysis. These lessons are suited for students of all abilities; some model and markscheme answers are used to analyse topics. I have also included a set of Medicine Revision Flashcards which look at individuals and evaluate their importance and contribution to Medicine The lessons are as follows: L1: Prehistoric and Egyptian Medicine L2: Greek and Roman Medicine L3: Islamic Medicine L4: Medieval Medicine L5: Renaissance Medicine L6: King’s Evil and Smallpox L7: Hospitals from Hell L8: Pasteur and Koch L9: Key individuals L10: Public Health L11: Women in Medicine L12: The Liberal Reforms L13: War and Medicine L14: The National Health Service

By Pilgrim17

Prehistoric and Egyptian GCSE Medicine Revision

Prehistoric and Egyptian GCSE Medicine Revision

This revision lesson is designed to cover both Prehistoric and Egyptian Medicine. The idea is for students to get a firm grasp of the issues and GCSE questions which will be asked in the summer exam. For example in Egyptian Medicine, how did Egyptians try to prevent the spread of disease and infection. The lesson therefore analyses the various practices and treatments of the Egyptians with a focus on the Ebers Papyrus and prioritising their most important achievements.

By Pilgrim17

International school Exams( social studies -psychology- sociology)G 6-7-8-9-10-11-12

International school Exams( social studies -psychology- sociology)G 6-7-8-9-10-11-12

Being the coordinator for Humanities and a curriculum developer in the Middle East for10 years I developed and organized many Exams, scopes and sequences, Projects, Assessments, Lesson plans, Yearly plans and Worksheets. these forms and more available to public were develop under (ministry of education-advanced ad programs- IB- SAT-IG and others) feel free to ask for more ...

By chugy4u

The Stone Age Guided Reading

The Stone Age Guided Reading

The Stone Age Guided Reading Booklet with questions. A short informative booklet about The Stone Age that pupils can take turns to read a page each and then answer the questions. All supported with Widgit Symbols.

By MelHaagman90