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Are you a Classics teacher looking to develop your knowledge of resources relevant to the specifications for GCSE and A-level Classical Civilisation or Ancient History, or to KS1 and 2 national curriculum and KS3?

The Classical Association Teaching Board, with Classics for All and the British School at Athens, is delighted to present this unique, interactive CPD event on Ancient Athenian Inscriptions in UK Collections, led by Dr Peter Liddel (University of Manchester) with guests including Charlie Andrew (Classics for All), Dr Sharon Marshall (University of Exeter), Dr April Pudsey (Manchester Metropolitan University), Rob Hancock-Jones (Townley Grammar School), Liam Holian (Weaverham High School), Sophie Evans (Pimlico Academy).

For full details and to register (a £5 registration fee applies), click here.

 

Programme

10.00am: Registration

10.30am Session 1: Beginners’ Guide to using Ancient Athenian Inscriptions in the Classroom (plenary). Dr Peter Liddel

11.00am Session 2: KS 1 and KS 2 Literacy, History and Art and ancient Athenian inscriptions (Charlie Andrew, Classics for All). Conversation and interactive discussion.

11.30am Session 3: GCSE Ancient History specifications (Athens in the Age of Pericles) and ancient Athenian inscriptions. Conversation and interactive discussion.

12 midday Session 4: GCSE Classical Civilisation specifications (Myth and Religion; Women; War and Warfare) and ancient Athenian inscriptions. Conversation and interactive discussion.

Break 12.30pm – 2.00pm

2.00pm Session 5: A-level Ancient History specifications (depth study in Culture and Politics of Ancient Athens; period study on Relations between Greek states) and ancient Athenian inscriptions. Conversation and interactive discussion.

2.30pm Session 6: A-level Classical Civilisation specifications (World of Heroes; Culture and the Arts; Invention of the Barbarian; Greek Religion) and ancient Athenian inscriptions. Conversation and interactive discussion.

3.00pm Session 7: Ancient Athenian Inscriptions and pre-18 education generally (KS 3; ancient numeracy, the history of medicine, the history of collection). Conversation and interactive discussion.

3.30pm Session 8: Plenary discussion of teaching Ancient Athenian Inscriptions in the Classroom. Conclusions.

Close 4.00pm