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We are pleased to announce that our new GCSE (9-1) Classical Greek qualification is accredited for first teaching in 2016.
Our GCSE (9-1) Classical Greek qualification brings the subject to life with a focus on ancient literature that provides students with an authentic insight into the values, culture and society of the ancient world.
Assessment in Welsh will not be available for this qualification (J292).
Provides an authentic insight – Helps learners discover the values, culture and society of the ancient world.
Keeps the subject meaningful – Connecting learners to their historical, social and literary heritage.
Gives you freedom and choice – Allowing you to choose texts and topics to create the most appropriate and engaging course for your students.
Develops core skills – Provides your students with an engaging linguistic challenge which will enhance their critical, analytical and reflective skills.
Comes with support and guidance – Our focus is on providing high-quality creative resources built on best practice; designed to support creative teaching approaches and progression for all students.
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Accredited specification for the new GCSE Classical Greek qualification.
An overview of our GCSE (9–1) Ancient Languages qualifications for first teaching September 2016.
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This guide introduces the text, provides contextual information and suggests activities to support the teaching of Euripedes.
This activity accompanies the set text guide on Euripedes.
This guide introduces the text, provides contextual information and suggests activities to support the teaching of Herodotus.
This activity accompanies the set text guide on Herodotus.
This set text guide introduces the text, provides contextual information and suggests activities to support the teaching of Homer's Odyssey.
This activity accompanies the set text guide on Homer's Odyssey.
We asked a variety of teachers to review some of the available textbooks, looking at how they use the books, what learners like about them and how easy they are to teach from.
Our 'Why offer classics?' leaflet is designed to help teachers promote classical subjects to their institutions, learners and parents.
The guide provides a general introduction to the differences in the two models (linear versus modular) across GCSE and A Level and the impact on you as a teaching professional.
This lesson element on translation gives you ideas on possible activities and tasks you may wish to use to help prepare candidates.