Ancient Rome Group Work
This is a group activity which can be used to recap on Ancient Rome. There are a number of words or categories on it. Print the sheet out and paste it on to cardboard/ laminate it. Then cut it into cards. Hand the cards out to students and then advise them that in 2 minutes time, you are going to pick a student at random to state 1 or 2 facts about the topic. However, the catch is, that some students have the same card so they can't state the same facts twice. In this way, students have to listen to each other, learning from one another. I ask all students to stand before asking them to speak about their card, and then once they have given an answer, they are asked to sit down.

I use this activity at the end of the chapter or right before exams. Students treat it like a game and they learn a lot from one another. It is a fun activity.


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