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Roman Health

Roman Health

An introduction to give the background of the Four Humours and Roman ideas on Health to cement learning which will support Medicine Through Time GCSE to Year 7. Also focuses on developing some standard Historical skills.
Griff-Griff
Romans introduction lesson.

Romans introduction lesson.

This lesson is for an introduction to the Romans, baths, medicine and inferences. It has been designed for Year 7 as a real introduction early in their first year.
Griff-Griff
The Nativity

The Nativity

This detailed and engaging lesson includes an hour-long PowerPoint and worksheets. The lesson has three levels of difficulty to challenge all your students. Please note this is the US version of The Nativity. The UK version can be found below: https://www.tes.com/en-us/teaching-resource/nativity-nativity-story-christmas-11768405
EC_Resources_US
ROMANS BUNDLE!!

ROMANS BUNDLE!!

A complete term's planning for 7 - 11 years and list of vocabulary. In addition, a huge child-friendly and easy to use PowerPoint with 52 slides covering: -Who were the Romans? -The Roman Empire -Slaves and Citizens -Roman Towns -Housing -Clothing -Mosaics -The Roman Army -Roman Conquest -Queen Boudicca - Roman shields and army tactics
mark harland
Roman Army (6) - Tactics - Info Gathering and Exam Question

Roman Army (6) - Tactics - Info Gathering and Exam Question

Lesson 6 in a Roman Army scheme of work. This lesson focuses upon the tactics of the Roman Army, and in particular how they made the Romans successful. Lesson is fully differentiated with 9-1 exam questions (differentiated and including self/peer-assessment). Also includes starter, keywords and plenary.
ashleyandrew91
Roman Army (1) - What was the Roman Empire - Map and Exam Question

Roman Army (1) - What was the Roman Empire - Map and Exam Question

Lesson 1 in a Roman Army scheme of work. This lesson focuses upon the growth of the Roman Empire using maps to visualise its expansion - students shade in their own. Lesson includes new 9-1 style exam question. A basic lesson which leads nicely into future lessons. My full scheme of Roman Army Lessons can be downloaded.
ashleyandrew91
How successful was the Roman army?

How successful was the Roman army?

In this lesson students challenge an interpretation made by the History Channel. The lesson is set-up by students watching a minute long introduction to a documentary. They then spend the lesson trying to test the interpretation presented. The end result is that students write a letter to the History Channel advising whether their statement was right or wrong. I taught this lesson to some able Y6 students but it work equally well for Y7 and Y8 if desired. Example student work attached. All images acquired from a search engine filtered to "labelled for re-use" Comments are appreciated.
maxblackburn