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New Classical Civilisation A-Level - Politics of the Late Republic Bundle (Background to the Late Republic)

New Classical Civilisation A-Level - Politics of the Late Republic Bundle (Background to the Late Republic)

This resource contains 7 fully resourced 1 hour lessons which cover the following topics: 1) How was Rome founded? 2) Who were the first Kings of Rome? 3) How was Rome's hierarchy structured? 4) How was the Roman state organised? 5) What political factions were present in Ancient Rome? 6) Why was patronage so important in Roman life and politics? 7) Exam practice All students are differentiated to enable weaker students within your class to access the lesson and also extend the most able.
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How was Rome founded? - The myth of Romulus and Remus  - Lesson 1 ( Politics of the Late Republic)

How was Rome founded? - The myth of Romulus and Remus - Lesson 1 ( Politics of the Late Republic)

This resource contains: 1x Information about the course PowerPoint 1x PowerPoint lesson 1x Myth sheet This lessons work well with the OCR Classical CIvilisation textbook - ‘Politics of the Late Republic’. In this lesson students are first introduced to the topic that they will be studying ‘the Politics of the Late Republic’ and are shown how they will be examined. After this students learn about Roman society through the myth of Romulus and Remus. Students use the myth to learn about key Roman values and predict what was important to the Romans in the time period of the course. This will work well with my other resources on the ‘Politics of the Republic’ which can be found here: Who were the first Kings of Rome? Lesson 2 How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 How was the Roman state structured? - Lesson 4 What political factions were present in ancient Rome? - Lesson 5 Why was patronage so important in Roman life and politics? - Lesson 6 Background to the Late Republic exam practice - Lesson 7
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Who were the first Kings of Rome? Lesson 2 (Politics of the Late Republic)

Who were the first Kings of Rome? Lesson 2 (Politics of the Late Republic)

This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint 1x Information Hand This lessons work well with the OCR Classical CIvilisation textbook - ‘Politics of the Late Republic’. At the start of this lesson students reflect on the key Roman values which were learnt in lesson one by focussing on the myth of Romulus and Remus. After, students use the information sheet to learn about the seven Kings of Rome and group their positive and negative actions. Finally, students think about the impact of the Roman’s rejecting their monarchy on the different groups in Roman society. This lesson works best with my other resources created on the Politics of the Late Republic, these can be found here: How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 How was the Roman state structured? - Lesson 4 What political factions were present in ancient Rome? - Lesson 5 Why was patronage so important in Roman life and politics? - Lesson 6 Background to the Late Republic exam practice - Lesson 7
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Hamlet - The Story - Reading Comprehension Worksheet

Hamlet - The Story - Reading Comprehension Worksheet

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text narrates the story of Hamlet based on William Shakespeare's tragedy. After carefully reading a text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False and a gap filling exercise. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGSCE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework.
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Shakespeare's Plays - Reading Comprehension Texts

Shakespeare's Plays - Reading Comprehension Texts

This Reading Comprehension worksheets bundle is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The texts narrate William Shakespeare's most popular plays incuding: - Romeo and Juliet - Much Ado About Nothing - Macbeth - Hamlet The bundle also includes a biography of the famous playwright. After carefully reading each text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, gap filling exercises, True or False, definitions matching exercises, word searches and crosswords. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGSCE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework.
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Background to the Late Republic Exam Practice - Lesson 7 (Politics of the Late Republic )

Background to the Late Republic Exam Practice - Lesson 7 (Politics of the Late Republic )

This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint 1x Key Terms Glossary 1x Key Terms Test 1x Essay Planning Sheet This lessons work well with the OCR Classical CIvilisation textbook - ‘Politics of the Late Republic’. In this lesson students recap all the information they have learnt about the background to the Politics of the Late Republic and write an answer to an essay question. First students recap the key terms they have learnt by completing a key terms test. After students plan an answer to a question about the political powers of the people outside of the senate. Students do this by splitting into groups and going through their notes and then team teach other groups. This lesson works best with my other resources created on the Politics of the Late Republic, these can be found here: How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 How was the Roman state structured? - Lesson 4 What political factions were present in ancient Rome? - Lesson 5 Why was patronage so important in Roman life and politics? - Lesson 6
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Why was Patronage so important in Roman life and politics? - Lesson 6(Politics of the Late Republic)

Why was Patronage so important in Roman life and politics? - Lesson 6(Politics of the Late Republic)

This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint 1x Information Cards This lessons work well with the OCR Classical CIvilisation textbook - ‘Politics of the Late Republic’. In this lesson students are introduced to the idea of patronage and the significance it played in Roman politics and their daily life. Students first discuss what patronage is and then use the information cards to create a mind-map on the importance of patronage in Roman politics and daily life. Finally, students use their mind-map to answer the lesson question. This lesson works well with my other resources created on the Politics of the Late Republic, these can be found here: How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 How was the Roman state structured? - Lesson 4 What political factions were present in ancient Rome? - Lesson 5
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What political factions were present in Ancient Rome? - Lesson 5 (Politics of the Late Republic)

What political factions were present in Ancient Rome? - Lesson 5 (Politics of the Late Republic)

What political factions were present in Ancient Rome? - Lesson 5 (Politics of the Late Republic) This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint 1x Revision Quiz 1x Homework sheet (required to be completed for the lesson) This lessons work well with the OCR Classical CIvilisation textbook - ‘Politics of the Late Republic’. This lesson reflects on what students have learnt about Ancient Roman society and politics. Students are to discuss their findings from their homework research task and think about the impact on the senate and the people of Rome and other consequences. Finally students are handed a table with the different ‘factions’ in Rome and are required to put Romans they know about in each category. This lesson works well with lessons 3 and 4 on politics of the late republic which can be found here: How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 How was the Roman state structured? - Lesson 4
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How was the Roman State Organised? - Lesson 4 (Politics of the Late Republic - NEW OCR A-Level)

How was the Roman State Organised? - Lesson 4 (Politics of the Late Republic - NEW OCR A-Level)

How was the Roman State Organised? - Lesson 4 (Politics of the Late Republic - NEW OCR A-Level) This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint 1x Worksheet 1x Information Cards This lessons work well with the OCR Classical CIvilisation textbook - ‘Politics of the Late Republic’. This lesson first reflects on the key terms and social groups which students learnt in the social hierarchy lesson. Next a diagram of the government of the United Kingdom is shown to explain how someone has to work their way up to become a Prime Minister, just like they did in Rome. Students then use the information cards to complete their worksheet on the Roman state. Finally a homework task is set to reinforce what the students have learnt in this lesson and provide an ancient Historian’s view which is needed for the essay questions in the exam. This lesson follows the lesson on the Roman social Hierarchy which can be found here: How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3
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How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 (Politics of the Late Republic - NEW A-Level)

How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 (Politics of the Late Republic - NEW A-Level)

How was Rome’s Hierarchy Structured? - Lesson 3 (Politics of the Late Republic - NEW A-Level) This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint 1x Worksheet 1x Information Sheets 1x Homework Research Worksheet These lessons work well with the OCR Classical CIvilisation textbook - ‘Politics of the Late Republic’. This lesson introduces students to how ancient Rome was structured socially and reflects the similarities and differences between society today. Students first think about how a school is structured and about the power each group has. Next students use the information sheets to complete their worksheet on Roman social hierarchy. Finally students question what problems this social hierarchy could cause in Ancient Rome. A homework worksheet is used in this lesson. It provides the content for Lesson 5.
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