Any comments or feedback would be highly appreciated!\n\nThis is a lesson originally for year 9 pupils as part of a scheme of work on dictatorship and democracy. It provides a provoking look into the reasons for the death of Julius Caesar allowing students to solve why he died in a kinaesthetic manner. It also allows for some context of Ancient Rome and starts students to think critically about causation and use of evidence. \n\nEnjoy!
Extensive list of 12 mark exam questions that cover the entire specification. All have 3 points that students could use to answer the questions with evidence supplied to support students in answering these questions.
Extensive list of 12 mark and 16 marker exam questions that cover the entire specification. All have 3 points for Explain why questions and for/against points for How far do you agree questions. Evidence supplied to support students in answering all questions.