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Latin & Classical Civilisation

Year 7

Rotation One:  Introduction to Latin and Stages 1 & 2 of the Cambridge Latin Course including differences between Roman citizens, men, women & slaves.

Rotation Two: Stages 3 & 4 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring the town of Pompeii.

 

Year 8

Term One:  Stages 5 & 6 of the Cambridge Latin Course including theatre projects and exploring the lives of slaves and freedmen

Term Two: Stage 7 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring Roman beliefs about life after death

Term Three:  Stage 8 of the Cambridge Latin Course including gladiator projects

Term Four:  Stage 9 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring the Roman baths

Term Five:  Stages 10 & 11 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring Roman education and election campaigns

Term Six:  Stage 12 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring the eruption of Vesuvius

 

 Year 9 (3 year GCSE)

Term One:  Stages 13 & 14 of the Cambridge Latin Course including the Roman invasion of Britain

Term Two:  Stage 15 of the Cambridge Latin Course including Boudica’s rebellion

Term Three:  Stages 16 & 17 of the Cambridge Latin Course including King Cogidubnus’ support of the Romans and exploring Alexandria

Term Four:  Stages 18 & 19 of the Cambridge Latin Course focussing on consolidating grammatical knowledge.

Term Five:  Stage 20 of the Cambridge Latin Course introducing literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Six:  Stage 21 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

 

 Year 10

Term One:  (2 year GCSE): Stages 17-19 of the Cambridge Latin Course focussing on consolidating grammatical knowledge, introducing literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term One:  (3 year GCSE): Stages 22 & 23 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Two:  (2 year GCSE):  Stages 20 & 21 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Two:  (3 year GCSE): Stage 24 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Three:  (2 year GCSE): Stages 22 & 23 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Three:  (3 year GCSE): Stages 25 & 26 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Four:  (2 year GCSE): Stages 24 & 25 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Four:  (3 year GCSE): Stage 27 of the Cambridge Latin Course, exploring literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Five:  (2 year GCSE): Stages 26 & 27 of the Cambridge Latin Course, introducing Prose Literature

Term Five:  (3 year GCSE): Stage 28 of the Cambridge Latin Course, introducing Prose Literature

Term Six:  (2 year GCSE): Stage 28 of the Cambridge Latin Course & Completion of Latin grammar notes needed for GCSE, exploring Prose Literature

Term Six:  (3 year GCSE): Completion of Latin grammar notes needed for GCSE, exploring Prose Literature

 

Year 11

Term One:  Revision of Latin grammar, past paper practise, exploring Prose Literature & literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Two:  Revision of Latin grammar, past paper practise, exploring Prose Literature & literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Three:  Revision of Latin grammar, past paper practise, exploring Prose Literature & literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Four:  Revision of Latin grammar, past paper practise, exploring Prose Literature & literature & culture (Roman religion, entertainment/army depending on set sources for each year)

Term Five:  Language, Literature & Cultural revision for exams

Latin GCSE specification:

http://ocr.org.uk/Images/220702-specification-accredited-gcse-latin-j282.pdf

 

A Level Classical Civilisation Year 12 (New Specification):

Term one:  Iliad Books 1-6, Greek Religion Introduction

Term two:  Iliad Books 7-12, Greek Religion - Homer

Term three:  Iliad Books 13-18, Greek Religion - Homer

Term four:  Iliad Books 19-24, Greek Religion - Hesiod

Term five:  Greek Tragedy – Euripides’ Bacchae, Greek Religion - Hesiod

Term six:  Greek Tragedy – Euripides’ Bacchae, Greek Religion – Temples & Hero cults

OCR Specification:

 http://ocr.org.uk/Images/315133-specification-accredited-a-level-classical-civilisation-h408.pdf

 

A Level Classical Civilisation Year 12 (Old Specification):

Term one:  Aeneid Books 1 & 2, Euripides’ Hippolytus & Medea

Term two:  Aeneid Books 3, 4 & 5, Euripides’ Medea & Sophocles’ Oedipus

Term three:  Aeneid Books 6, 7 & 8, Sophocles’ Oedipus

Term four:  Aeneid Books 10 & 11, Euripides’ Medea & Sophocles’ Antigone

Term five:  Aeneid Book 12 & Revision

Term six:  Revision

 

AQA Specification (last teaching in 2017-2018)

http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/classical-civilisation/a-level/classical-civilisation-2020

New OCR Specification (first teaching in 2018-2019):

http://ocr.org.uk/Images/315133-specification-accredited-a-level-classical-civilisation-h408.pdf