This is the fifth lesson of a scheme of work covering the Roman Empire.
The aim of the lesson is to investigate and evaluate the legacy of the Romans through History
During the lesson pupils will:
- Watch a video identifying the key aspects of life for a Roman child and compare it with their own life.
- Use an information sheet to develop a poster identifying what they think are the most significant legacy of the Romans through History.
- Share and compare their ideas with other pupils in the class through a gallery task.
- Complete a short writing activity to evaluate the most significant legacy of the Romans.
This lesson is aimed towards year seven but could be easily adapted for other curricula.