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The Romans Scheme of Work
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The Romans Programme of Lessons Who were the Romans? 1 Who were the Romans and where did they come from? 2 How did the Celtic way of life differ from that of the Romans? 3 Who was Boudicca? 4 What happened in AD 60? What did the Romans do for fun? 5 Why were the Romans so keen to take a bath? 6 What food did they eat and how did they eat it? 7 Who and what were the gladiators? 8 Which games did they like the best? What mattered to the Romans? 9 What mattered to the Romans? 10 Did the Romans believe in God? 11 What have the Romans left behind?
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Enquiry Question: Who were the  Romans?
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KEY QUESTION: Who were the Romans? YEAR 3 / 4 Lesson No: 1 Learning Objectives and Outcomes NC links Main Differentiation Plenary To locate the Roman period on a timeline. That the Romans invaded Britain and that the period of invasion was followed by a period of settlement. Pupils MUST: Be able to locate the Roman period on a timeline SHOULD: Be able to explain why the Romans left their homelands to come to Britain COULD: NC: 1a – place events, people and changes into correct periods of time 1b – use dates and vocabulary relating to the passing of time 2c – reasons for and results of historical events Carry out a survey within the class to find out how long they have been settled in their present homes. Find out who has moved from another town, village or country since they were born. Who has travelled the longest distance? Who has travelled the shortest? Who has lived in the same house since they were born? Talk about the reasons for moving to another country e.g. Mara. Watch video on the invasion of Britain (1 st ) – ‘The Eagle has landed’ – Zig Zag Independent and Group Activities - Use piece of string to construct class timeline. Use pegs and images to set in context the Roman period with previous topics and prior SEN: By support Who were the Romans? Why did the Romans want to come to Britain? Review children’s answers to initial question
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Show an understanding that different groups of Romans had different motives for coming to Britain e.g. traders, military, pilgrimages to Bath etc 2d – describe and make links between the main events, situations and changes within the Roman era knowledge…Flo, Tudors, Gunpowder plot, Jesus - Discuss why the Romans wanted to come to Britain e.g. lead, minerals, wealth, trade, prestige etc. - Chn complete a sheet detailing why the Romans wanted to invade. Creative Opportunities
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KEY QUESTION: Who were the Romans? YEAR 3 / 4 Lesson No: 2 Learning Objectives and Outcomes NC links Main Differentiation Plenary To understand some of the reasons why the second Roman invasion was a success Pupils MUST: Be able to suggest a reason why the Roman Army overcame the Celts SHOULD: Be able to suggest several reasons for the Roman success over the Celts COULD: Understand that the Roman success was not all due to military prowess but a system of alliances with certain tribes against others – in the interest of the
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