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Antonius the Roman boy comprehension

Overall rating 4 out of 54.6 (5 ratings)

Last updated 20 November 2013, created 17 May 2012, viewed 9,332

Two differentiated activities about the day in the life of a boy from a rich Roman family. I made these activities for my year 3 class and there are two versions - one for my more able learners where they have to answer questions on a text and one for my lower achieving groups who could fill the gaps which are supported by words and pictures.

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Great. My class will love this.

from Khalouf2, 20 November 2013
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Great, thank you very much.

from Big A, 01 September 2013
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This was a very useful resource. It covered the everyday life of a Roman child well. The differentiated activities worked well in my P4 class. Thank you :)

from hedgehog17, 02 May 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Well differentiated and fun - thank you!

from ajleech, 21 April 2013
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Was looking for a topic-themed independent reading comprehension to use during our 'reading roundabout' and this is perfect - thank you!

from ebe, 12 November 2012
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