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In today's History lesson, we became tribal leaders of Britain and investigated whether we would have lost our crown or been allowed to keep it after the Romans invaded. It helped us to realise that the Romans didn't invade and conquer Britain in one fell swoop but that their invasion happened over forty years. Laila ended up being chieftain of the last tribe standing.
Who knew History could be so funny?
Line of enquiry- ‘Where do the Ancient Romans fit in to the bigger picture?’
We worked in groups to explore the chronology of the Ancient Roman civilization. We placed different periods of History onto the correct place on the timeline, including periods we have studied before. We then tried to work out where the Ancient Romans would fit in on the timeline. As a group we had to consider:
• What else was going on at the time of the Ancient Roman era?
• Did the Ancient Roman period last long? Is it a significant period of history?
• What came before it? What came after?
• Can you hypothesise why it might have come to an end?
• What other observations can you make about the timeline?
Should the Celts take on the Romans?
It is AD 43. You have heard that a Roman army has arrived but you don't know how strong it is. You have to decide whether to offer any resistance or beat a retreat. It all depends on you quickly working out how strong the soldiers are. You take up a position close to one of the legions of the Roman army where you can't be seen. You have to quickly establish as much as you can about the equipment they carry. To do this you need to make a quick sketch. But you mustn't be seen, so you have to work in small teams of just four.