Secondary classics teaching resources

Resources and ideas for classics, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Homework: Greek Mythological Hero

Homework: Greek Mythological Hero

This differentiated homework asks pupils to create, illustrate and describe their own Greek Hero. We used the hero in their stories the following week but this could equally be used as a stand alone homework related to your topic.

By Klein100

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PRIMARY LATIN - ANIMALS - 100 EASTER BUNNY GAME CARDS

PRIMARY LATIN - ANIMALS - 100 EASTER BUNNY GAME CARDS

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING & PRACTISING LANGUAGE SKILLS IN LATIN!LATIN EASTER BUNNY ANIMALS GAMES CARDS are perfect for young learners of LATIN. They provide lots of opportunities to learn a range of animals, both masculine and feminine, and really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Children can develop their skills in word recognition and recall, speaking, listening and reading in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. They’re a great way of introducing the concept of gender, and of looking at the differences in how determiners function in LATIN too.It doesn’t matter is any of the animals don’t feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the card games encourage children to engage happily and confidently with LATIN, to identify cognates and to develop spelling skills in LATIN. They also help learners begin to work out the meaning of unknown words using visual clues and prompts. Along the way, children may even get to know some new animals!There are 100 cards in total, which include 2 sets of 50 cards to enable you to differentiate your games: - purple bunny cards with the word written out in full in LATIN, as well as the picture prompt. - blackline bunny cards with the word written out in full in ENGLISH, as well as the picture prompt- blackline bunny cards with the picture prompt only- purple bunny cards with the word written out in full in LATIN - this is really useful for word recognition & recallThe animals featured are:- bee- bird- cat- chicken- cow- dog- duck- elephant- fish- fox- frog- giraffe- horse- lion- monkey- owl- parrot- pig- rabbit- sheep- spider- squirrel- tiger- tortoise/turtle- zebraI've suggested a range of really successful and popular games to play - play them games as often as possible around EASTER TIME for maximum benefit - the EASTER BUNNIES are always really popular with little learners! Playing against a timer adds some extra fun! Laminate the cards for longevity - you will be able to play the EASTER BUNNY games for many EASTERTIMES to come! Older learners embarking on their LATIN journey really enjoy the games too!The resource consists of a single, non-editable pdf file - I've included a couple of preview images so that you can see what the resource looks like. Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA ET FELIX PASCHA!

By LivelyLearning

May Day scavenger Hunt Activity

May Day scavenger Hunt Activity

May Day scavenger Hunt Activity:-Purpose : At the end of this Scavenger hunt students will be able to learn the history behind the ‘MAY DAY’ celebration and vocabulary on it.1. Print the 22 Scavenger Hunt cards on card stock or brightly -colored paper and cut them apart along the black lines. 2. Make copies of the Scavenger Hunt questions worksheet. Each student needs a copy. 3. Place the Scavenger Hunt cards around your classroom where students will be able to find them. You can put them on chairs, on the computer keyboard, on the back of your classroom door, on the sides of student desks, on the chalkboard or wherever you like.4. Students have to search the room and find all of the sentence cards to answer the questions. You can differentiate by having students work alone or with a classmate.

By ilaxippatel

LATIN ANIMALS (1) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

LATIN ANIMALS (1) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN LATIN!This set of 20 A4 portrait posters offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in LATIN. They also create a fabulous LATIN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your LATIN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written LATIN word and to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. The animals featured are:- bear- bird- cat- dog- elephant- fish- fox- frog- giraffe- hedgehog- horse- kangaroo- lion- mouse- owl- rabbit- rat- sheep- snake- whaleIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TPT.This resource consists of a single, non-editable file; I've added a selection of preview images you can scroll through to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. SETS 1, 2 and 3 featuring 60 animals and other creatures from the animal kingdom are also available as a combined 60-poster pack, at the special price of $5.00 - you can have a look at it here:https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/latin-animals-60-posters-flashcards-pack-11581379Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA!

By LivelyLearningClassroom

LATIN ANIMALS (3) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

LATIN ANIMALS (3) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN LATIN!This set of 20 A4 portrait posters offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in LATIN. They also create a fabulous LATIN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your LATIN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written LATIN word and to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. Featured in this set:- ant- butterfly- camel- caterpillar- chameleon- dolphin- flamingo- goose- jaguar- koala bear- otter- panda bear- shark- sloth- squirrel- turkey- vulture- walrus- worm- zebraIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TPT.This resource consists of a single, non-editable file; I've added a selection of preview images you can scroll through to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. SETS 1, 2 and 3 featuring 60 animals and other creatures from the animal kingdom are also available as a combined 60-poster pack, at the special price of $5.00 - you can have a look at it here:https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/latin-animals-60-posters-flashcards-pack-11581379Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA!

By LivelyLearningClassroom

LATIN ANIMALS (2) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

LATIN ANIMALS (2) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN LATIN!This set of 20 A4 portrait posters offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in LATIN. They also create a fabulous LATIN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your LATIN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written LATIN word and to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. Featured in this set:- bee- bull- chicken- cow- crocodile- dinosaur- donkey- duck- goat- gorilla- hippopotamus- monkey- parrot- pig- polar bear- rhinoceros- spider- tiger- tortoise- wolfIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TPT.This resource consists of a single, non-editable file; I've added a selection of preview images you can scroll through to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. SETS 1, 2 and 3 featuring 60 animals and other creatures from the animal kingdom are also available as a combined 60-poster pack, at the special price of $5.00 - you can have a look at it here:https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/latin-animals-60-posters-flashcards-pack-11581379Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA!

By LivelyLearningClassroom

LATIN ANIMALS - 60 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS PACK

LATIN ANIMALS - 60 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS PACK

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN LATIN!This pack of 60 A4 portrait posters combines Sets 1, 2 and 3, and offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in LATIN. They also create a fabulous LATIN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display to promote LATIN, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your LATIN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written LATIN word and to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. SET 1:bearbirdcatdogelephantfishfoxfroggiraffehedgehoghorsekangaroolionmouseowlrabbitratsheepsnakewhaleSET 2:beebullchickencowcrocodiledinosaurdonkeyduckgoatgorillahippopotamusmonkeyparrotpigpolar bearrhinocerosspidertigertortoisewolfSET 3:antbutterflycamelcaterpillarchameleondolphinflamingogoosejaguarkoala bearotterpanda bearsharkslothsquirrelturkeyvulturewalruswormzebraIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TES. Each set is also available individually, priced at $2.50 each.The pack consists of three non-editable files: SET 1, SET 2 and SET 3; please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA!

By LivelyLearningClassroom

Homer's Odyssey Key Events Revision

Homer's Odyssey Key Events Revision

This resource is a fun game activity to revise the key events of Homer's Odyssey. I have done this with my Year 12s and they really enjoyed it, it create great discussion and also showed them where they need to focus their future revision to fill gaps they had. For each group I ensured the resources were also on their own colour so they no cards got mixed up.

By matthew_nolan

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PRIMARY LATIN - ANIMALS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

PRIMARY LATIN - ANIMALS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING & PRACTISING LANGUAGE SKILLS IN LATIN!Create an instant introduction to the animal kingdom in LATIN, and help your students develop their overall confidence and competence in LATIN, with this whole-group lively and communicative language learning game.There are two games, and two challenges:CHILLOUT CHALLENGE with the nouns written out in full in alphabetical orderCHAMPION CHALLENGE with the nouns in topsy-turvy order, and with only the first letter given, which is great for a memory work-out, and really encourages learners to focus on the individual words.Featured in this set are:- bear- bee- bird- bull- cat- cow- dinosaur- dog- donkey- elephant- fish- fox- frog- hedgehog- horse- giraffe- goose- kangaroo- lion- mouse- owl- panda bear- polar bear- rabbit- rat- sheep- snake- spider- whale- zebraIt doesn't matter if some of the words don't feature in your immediate or longer-term learning plan: the aim of the game is to encourage learners to engage happily and confidently with LATIN. The game works well during your work with the animal kingdom in LATIN, and as an all-year-round starter and refresher game - along the way, learners may even get to know some members of the animal kingdom that they hadn't previously met! Older learners embarking on their LATIN journey enjoy the games too!The resource consists of a single, non-editable file - the other files you can see are preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA!

By LivelyLearning

Ancient Civilisation Bundle

Ancient Civilisation Bundle

This is a set of presentations and teaching resources about a wide range of different ancient civilisation. Your students will be able to look at life in ancient China, ancient Greece, ancient Egypt and ancient Rome. The slides are a great way of getting your students to think about how people lived in the past, using primary and secondary sources.

By peterfogarty

Ancient Egypt Bundle

Ancient Egypt Bundle

Students love to learn about life in ancient Egypt. I have collected together a wide range of different teaching resources. The resources are a great way of exploring in detail how the ancient Egyptians lived and died and more details about ancient Egyptian pyramids and how they are similar to modern man and how they are different from us.

By peterfogarty

LATIN FOR CHILDREN - ANIMALS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

LATIN FOR CHILDREN - ANIMALS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

PERFECT FOR PRACTICING AND DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS IN LATIN!Create an instant introduction to the animal kingdom in LATIN, and help your students develop their overall confidence and competence in LATIN, with this whole-group lively & communicative language learning game.There are two games, and two challenges:CHILLOUT CHALLENGE with the nouns written out in full in alphabetical orderCHAMPION CHALLENGE with the nouns in topsy-turvy order, and with only the first letter given, which is great for a memory work-out, and really encourages learners to focus on the individual words.Featured in this set are:- bear- bee- bird- bull- cat- cow- dinosaur- dog- donkey- elephant- fish- fox- frog- hedgehog- horse- giraffe- goose- kangaroo- lion- mouse- owl- panda bear- polar bear- rabbit- rat- sheep- snake- spider- whale- zebraIt doesn't matter if some of the words don't feature in your immediate or longer-term learning plan: the aim of the game is to encourage learners to engage happily and confidently with LATIN. The game works well during your work with the animal kingdom in LATIN, and as an all-year-round starter and refresher game - along the way, learners may even get to know some members of the animal kingdom that they haven't previously met!The resource consists of a single, non-editable file - please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA!

By LivelyLearningClassroom

Ancient Rome Bundle

Ancient Rome Bundle

I love to teach my students about life in ancient Rome. They were an amazing civilsation and were highly advanced. These presentations are designed to encourage students to look more careful at ancient Rome buildings and the lives of Roman gladiators and soldiers.

By peterfogarty

LATIN ANIMALS - 100 EASTER BUNNY GAME CARDS

LATIN ANIMALS - 100 EASTER BUNNY GAME CARDS

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS IN LATIN!LATIN EASTER BUNNY ANIMALS GAMES CARDS are perfect for young learners of LATIN. They provide lots of opportunities to learn a range of animals, both masculine and feminine, and really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Children can develop their skills in word recognition and recall, speaking, listening and reading in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. They’re a great way of introducing the concept of gender, and of looking at the differences in how determiners function in LATIN too.It doesn’t matter is any of the animals don’t feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the card games encourage children to engage happily and confidently with LATIN, to identify cognates and to develop spelling skills in LATIN. They also help learners begin to work out the meaning of unknown words using visual clues and prompts. Along the way, children may even get to know some new animals!There are 100 cards in total, which include 2 sets of 50 cards to enable you to differentiate your games: - purple bunny cards with the word written out in full in LATIN, as well as the picture prompt. - blackline bunny cards with the word written out in full in ENGLISH, as well as the picture prompt- blackline bunny cards with the picture prompt only- purple bunny cards with the word written out in full in LATIN - this is really useful for word recognition & recallThe animals featured are:- bee- bird- cat- chicken- cow- dog- duck- elephant- fish- fox- frog- giraffe- horse- lion- monkey- owl- parrot- pig- rabbit- sheep- spider- squirrel- tiger- tortoise/turtle- zebraI've suggested a range of really successful and popular games to play - play them games as often as possible around EASTER TIME for maximum benefit - the EASTER BUNNIES are always really popular with little learners! Playing against a timer adds some extra fun! Laminate the cards for longevity - you will be able to play the EASTER BUNNY games for many EASTERTIMES to come!The resource consists of a single, non-editable pdf file - I've included a couple of preview images so that you can see what the resource looks like. Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA ET FELIX PASCHA!

By LivelyLearningClassroom

History: Bumper Resource Pack

History: Bumper Resource Pack

Last few days of this bundle now. £49.50 at normal prices for these resources. Until early next week they are less than half price!!! Grab them at the knock down price while you can. Now includes new materials on the topical area of the Russian Revolution and worksheets on the Norman Conquest.

By dmoorhouse

Heathrow - reading comprehension

Heathrow - reading comprehension

As the government announces the controversial decision to expand Heathrow this reading comprehension supports a BBC Newsround report explaining what it means.The resource contains 3 worksheets of questions, differentiated for use through KS1 and KS2. It could also be used to support readers in KS3. Answers and ‘content domain’ references are included for each question.

By Headway_Learning

The Acropolis with Google Earth Tours

The Acropolis with Google Earth Tours

Tour The Acropolis of Athens, Greece with Google Earth ToursMake a virtual field trip to one of the world’s most ancient landmarks; the Acropolis. You will be using Google Earth to watch a pre-recorded tour of the four famous structures that sit atop the Acropolis. Learn all about the Parthenon, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheum and the Propylaea. You will also visit four other edifices that have neighbored the Acropolis for millennia: the Theatre of Dionysus, the Odeon Herodes Atticus, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, and the Temple of Hephaestus.The product includes a document of about 55 talking points and interesting facts about the ancient Greek site and it’s buildings. The tour is also accompanied by a PDF file that describes what you are seeing based on the corresponding minutes in the video. This is so you can pause the tour at the given time stamp and let the class know what they are looking at. For example the document says at, “3:28 – 3:41 – The camera looks due West. The old museum is in the foreground. If you look to the right of the museum a little bit you can make out a flag rising up from the edge of the Acropolis. It is said that when the Nazis took over Athens during WWII, they ordered a Greek soldier who was guarding the flag to take it down. He took it down, wrapped himself in the flag, and jumped over the side of the precipice to his death in a personal protest.”The tour begins with a view of Europe from outer space. You are then zoomed in to the site’s locations to see it from a variety of different viewpoints. The angles are chosen so the students can get a good idea of the four structures’ locations, as well as, their physical relationships to each other in their setting. Finally, you are taken back out to a long shot of Europe.* Your computer must have Google Earth to watch these tours.Feel free to visit some other famous landmarks in North America.1. The Golden Gate Bridge (3:29)2. Chichen Itza (5:38)3. Niagara Falls (2:10)4. Panama Canal (3:02)5. Statue of Liberty (2:07)6. Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri (1:06)Here are some European landmarks.1. Stonehenge (3:29)2. The Acropolis (5:38) 3. The Colosseum4. The Leaning Tower of Pisa5. The Eiffel Tower (3:15)Tour some African sites.1. The Egyptian Pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza (3:15)The cover photo is by Salonica84 and has a Creative Commons license. The photo can be found @ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Acropolis-Athens34.jpgGoogle Earth Tour Map AttributionMap Data: Google, Image Landsat / CopernicusData SIO, NOAA, U.S. Navy, NGA, GEBCOImage IBCAOImage U.S. Geological SurveyImage © 2016 TerraMetricsImage © 2016 DigitalGlobe

By RyanNygrenRKN

GCSE Latin OCR MessalinaTranslation

GCSE Latin OCR MessalinaTranslation

Memory aid in the form of flashcards translated sentence by sentence of Messalina, GCSE Latin literature prose set text 2017. Good class activity or revision for students

By tia_xn

Latin adjectives handouts and crosswords - No Prep b/w

Latin adjectives handouts and crosswords - No Prep b/w

The lists and crosswords include all adjectives from the UK GCSE 9-1 exam word list including those which can be used as pronouns i.e. alius, alia, aliud and alter, altera, alterum.The adjectives have been separated into three groups alphabetically and provided in half page lists to be handed to students to learn. There are two lists per page to save on photocopying.The crosswords can be used as tests in the lesson or week after the students receive the word list or for fast finishers or for starter or plenary activities to reinforce learning of the adjectives.

By LucyMaeResources

The Delian League in a nutshell

The Delian League in a nutshell

Outlines the Delian League. Great for introducing the topic and also as revision resource.Tags: Delian League, Persian Wars, Ancient History, Presentation, Revision, Simple, Accessible, key points, concepts, outline.

By MHaji07

GCSE Latin Nouns - handouts and crosswords

GCSE Latin Nouns - handouts and crosswords

This resource is designed to supplement your GCSE Latin teaching. The lists and crosswords include all nouns from the GCSE 9-1 word list except nouns which are the same in English and Latin i.e. forum, consul, senator. The nouns have been separated into five groups alphabetically and provided in half page lists to be handed to students to learn. The lists contain nominative and genitive singular, declension and gender. There are two lists per page to save on photocopyingThe crosswords can be used as tests in the lesson or week after the students receive the word list or for fast finishers or for starter or plenary activities to reinforce learning of the nouns.This resource is designed for A4 paper so please use options in print screen before printing if using a different paper size.

By LucyMaeResources

LATIN ANIMALS - 60 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS PACK

LATIN ANIMALS - 60 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS PACK

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN LATIN!This pack of 60 A4 portrait posters combines Sets 1, 2 and 3, and offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in LATIN. They also create a fabulous LATIN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display to promote LATIN, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your LATIN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written LATIN word and to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. SET 1:bearbirdcatdogelephantfishfoxfroggiraffehedgehoghorsekangaroolionmouseowlrabbitratsheepsnakewhaleSET 2:beebullchickencowcrocodiledinosaurdonkeyduckgoatgorillahippopotamusmonkeyparrotpigpolar bearrhinocerosspidertigertortoisewolfSET 3:antbutterflycamelcaterpillarchameleondolphinflamingogoosejaguarkoala bearotterpanda bearsharkslothsquirrelturkeyvulturewalruswormzebraIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TES.The pack consists of three non-editable files in a zipped format: SET 1, SET 2 and SET 3; I've added a selection of preview images you can scroll through to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. Each set is also available individually, priced at £2.00 each.Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.GRATIA PLENA!

By LivelyLearning

Latin verb tenses activity

Latin verb tenses activity

A simple activity aimed at lower ability Latin learners to help them visualise the difference between the present, imperfect and perfect tense.

By Miffymimi

Characters from the Fall of Troy worksheet

Characters from the Fall of Troy worksheet

A worksheet designed to go along side listening to/ watching the story of the Fall of Troy.Many pupils find it a challenge to remember each character and what they do in the story. This activity is aimed at helping them to make sense for themselves of who is who and that their role is.

By Miffymimi

The Imperative:  Latin

The Imperative: Latin

This is a powerpoint aimed to drill and explain the infinitive for the four major conjugations. Uses colour and visual aids to help pupils of different styles of learning.

By Miffymimi