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The Roman World: From Republic to Empire (Cambridge History Programme Key Stage 3)by Peter Mantin
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The Roman World is an investigative course designed to develop students' historical knowledge, skills and understanding of ancient Rome. It is divided into units that present different aspects of the Roman world and pose key historical questions. The unit topics include the rise of the Roman republic, family life, gods and goddesses, Roman Britain, and the decline and fall of the empire. Each unit carefully balances explanation and investigation while overview and review sections introduce and consolidate key themes and concepts. The book's content is drawn from a wide range of primary sources, explanatory diagrams and maps. The Roman World is an excellent introduction and is suitable for use in ancient history or Latin courses. An accompanying Teacher's Resource Book includes teaching objectives, practical ideas for each unit, and photocopiable resource sheets with lively classroom activities.
The "Cambridge History Programme" comprises a series of five core Pupil's Books to address the five core study units in the National Curriculum. Each is reinforced by a Teacher's Resource Book, which contains a rationale and guidance on assessment for each Pupil Book.
An investigative history course directly accessible to all pupils at Key Stage 3.
The history of the Roman world is presented in this examination of different aspects of the period that includes the rise of the Roman republic, family life, gods and goddesses, Roman Britain, as well as the decline and fall of the empire.
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