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Latin, Greek and Classical Civilisation resources

I provide resources for Latin, Greek and Classical Civilisation for a range of levels of ability with a specific focus on Common Entrance and Scholarship. They are mainly aimed at teachers who are following the Common Entrance syllabus for Latin and Greek but could also be used for the early stages of GCSE.

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I provide resources for Latin, Greek and Classical Civilisation for a range of levels of ability with a specific focus on Common Entrance and Scholarship. They are mainly aimed at teachers who are following the Common Entrance syllabus for Latin and Greek but could also be used for the early stages of GCSE.
The Imperative:  Latin
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The Imperative: Latin

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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.
Differentiated lesson on Perseus and Medusa
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Differentiated lesson on Perseus and Medusa

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This is a lesson to support those of lower ability with learning the myth of Perseus and Medusa. It contains sequencing parts of the story to help children to process the facts in the correct order. It includes activities in pairs to remember the characters. It also includes visual pictures to identify. The mixture of the visual, kinaesthetic and the chance to discuss with partner helps children to process the story. Also comes with a cartoon grid to complete.
Latin Subjects and Objects crossword.
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Latin Subjects and Objects crossword.

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A Latin crossword aimed to reinforce Latin subject and object endings of 1st and 2nd declension nouns. Focuses on thinking about the all important endings to make everything link up.
Numbers and numerals to 20 in Latin
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Numbers and numerals to 20 in Latin

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This is a Latin resource that focuses on Latin numbers and Roman numerals to 20. I created this Lesson to teach numbers to 20 for Level 2 Common Entrance but also relevant for early GCSE. Looking at Latin numbers is also an ideal way to see how numbers are so similar in so many languages and what the root of these languages is.