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THE ROMANS AND CELTS - KS2 History topic - IWB teaching resources
The Roman invasion of Britain
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9 Powerpoint files describing aspects of Celtic life, Roman life, and the Roman invasion of Britain.
(This pack follows the old National Curriculum)

1 CHRONOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING

  • WHO WERE THE CELTS AND WHEN DID THEY LIVE: The history of the Celts; the migration from Europe; Time-line from the Stone age to the Romano-British age;How we know about the Celts - written evidence / archaeology; list of vocabulary
  • WHO WERE THE ROMANS AND WHEN DID THEY LIVE: How Rome began; Italy in 400 BC; The Roman Republic; The Roman Empire; Julius Caesar; Key vocabulary

2 KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF EVENTS, PEOPLE AND CHANGES IN THE PAST

  • HOW DID THE CELTS LIVE: Society; What did they look like; Trade; Hill forts; Brochs; Celtic homes; Celtic women; Celtic art; Clothes; Food; the Druids; Beliefs; Battles; Warriors; Arrival of the Romans
  • HOW DID THE ROMANS LIVE: The Roman way of life; Roman houses; Roman family life; Roman towns; Roman food; Roman Children; Roman clothes; Gladiators; Leisure time; Roman baths; Roman religion
  • THE ROMAN INVASIONS OF BRITAIN: Britain before the Romans; Emperor Augustus; Timeline of the Roman Empire; Julius Caesar; Roman invasions of 55 and 54 BC; The Roman conquest of 43 AD; The Celts fight back; The different Celtic tribes and battles; Romano Britain; The end of Roman rule; What happened to the Celts; Key vocabulary.
  • BOUDICCA: The Iceni; Story of how Boudicca revolted, destroying Camulodunum, Verulamium and Londinium; How do we know about Boudicca.
  • WHAT THE ROMANS DID FOR US: Roman influence; Writing; Latin; Literature and Education; Places and place names; Roman engineering; Towns; Roads; Central heating; Baths; Health; The Calendar; Leisure; Laws; Christianity.

3 HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION

  •  LOOKING AT EVIDENCE: How the past is interpreted; Pictures of archaeological finds; excerpts from the histories of Diodorus, Julius Caesar, Tacitus, and Strabo,

4 HISTORICAL ENQUIRY

  • HOW CAN WE FIND OUT MORE: Web links to topics covered
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