- Author(s): Cambridge School Classics Project
- Available from: March 2001
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Book III starts by looking at life in Roman Britain, particularly the towns of Bath and Chester, and in the process investigates religion, travel and communication and the Roman army. Book III is full colour throughout, with a clear layout of stories and language notes. Featuring a glossary for quick reference and comprehension questions, the book also includes a full explanation of language points and grammar practice exercises.
Clear introductions to language, grammar and vocabulary are coupled with practice and consolidation activities to provide the detailed knowledge needed up to, and beyond, GCSE.
Specialist teachers will delight in the depth of language, flexible length of courses and variety of activities.
The clear structure, built-in lesson plans, and electronic resources will support the non-specialist teacher.
Encourages an appreciation of Roman culture as historical characters are introduced along with the historical, political and social aspects of Roman civilisation.
Teachers using the course benefit from free advice and support from the Cambridge School Classics Project team throughout the teaching year, and INSET training is offered regularly. Email email@example.com for details.
- Stage 21: Aquae Sulis
- Stage 22: defixio
- Stage 23: haruspex
- Stage 24: fuga
- Stage 25: milites
- Stage 26: Agricola
- Stage 27: in castris
- Stage 28: imperium
- Language information: Part One - About the language, Part Two - Vocabulary.
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