This clever little card sort can be used as a starter or plenary exercise on the impact of the Roman invasion of Britain in AD 43.
Students have two headings and have to cut out the cards and sort them under one of two headings, Britain before the Roman invasion and Britain after the invasion.
For more able students I have included an extension exercise or discussion point for the class asking them to assess whether life for ordinary people improved or got worse after the invasion.
If you have an especially bright group, you could ask them to create a key to identify which cards were to do with religion, money, transport or power.
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