The results are in!
In this blog, we’d like to share the most-requested resources and give teachers the opportunity to let us know if they already exist. We know that time is short, and there is absolutely no point in ‘re-inventing the wheel’, so if you have resources which cover the topics/requests below, please let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org and consider uploading them to the relevant areas of the Classics Library site. If, by the end of August 2020, it appears that these resources do not yet exist, we will create them.
GCSE Ancient History
Kings of Rome – worksheets/knowledge organisers
Conflict of the orders/secessions – content summaries
Persia – diagrams explaining tricky content
GCSE Classical Civilisation
Additional model answers for the 8 and 15 mark questions. Guidance on how to mark these (beyond the marking schemes available on the OCR website).
A Level Ancient History
The Politics and Society of Sparta, 478-404BC
Scheme of Work to help a teacher plan what to teach when
A Level Classical Civilisation
Politics of the Late Republic
Catilinarian Conspiracy – content summary
Modern scholarship – student guidance on who thinks/said what and how to use it in answers.
World of the Hero
Modern scholarship – how to engage with academics and their writing
Knowledge organisers for content of this module esp. festivals/mystery religions
Different range of interpretations of mystery religions with sources as evidence (esp. for Higher Classical Studies Religion and Belief)