LKS2 Ancient Rome - Rome's Greatest Leader Discussion Based Writing Activity

This is a discussion based writing unit about who was the greatest leader from Ancient Rome - Julius Caesar, Augustus or Constantine. The unit has been split into four separate lessons which will take students approximately 40-50 minutes each. Perfect for students in Year 3 or Year 4.

The first lesson involves students retrieving facts from informational texts about the three famous leaders, and writing these onto the included fact sheet. In the second lesson students need to use these facts to write three to four paragraphs about the individual leaders. In the third lesson students need to use prompt sheets to write up an introduction and a conclusion. In the final lesson your class will need to check their draft paragraphs for mistakes before writing up their work on a neat copy using the template provided.

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Good luck, I hope you get some great results!

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