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Emperors, Coins, Frogs, and Oracles - 02/07/2018, Coventry (England)


We are presenting a number of talks which fit in with key Classical Civilisation and Ancient History GCSE, AS and A-level curriculum topics, but which will at the same time be of more general interest to those pupils studying other related Classics subjects. These will include Prof Alison Cooley on the 'Res Gestae'; Dr Clare Rowan on 'Coins and the Ancient World'; Dr Emmanuela Bakola on 'Aristophanes Frogs'; and Dr Michael Scott on 'Delphi: Centre of the Ancient World.'

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 02/07/2018

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Warwick (Coventry, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Paul Grigsby; Dr Michael Scott

INFO: web - P.R.Grigsby@Warwick.ac.uk - m.c.scott@warwick.ac.uk

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuio

P.R.Grigsby@Warwick.ac.uk - m.c.scott@warwick.ac.uk

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

10am Introduction and Welcome by Provost of Warwick University Prof Christine Ennew

10.20 Explanation of plan for the day by Dr Michael Scott

SESSION 1:

10.30-11.15 FOR STUDENTS (split into school groups across these three talks)

Student Group 1

Student Group 2

Student Group 3

Prof Alison Cooley

Dr Clare Rowan

Dr Emmanuela Bakola

Res Gestae

Coins and the Ancient World

Aristophanes Frogs

AS + A-level Ancient History Julio-Claudians (key text); AS & A-level Classical Civilisation Imperial Image.

AS & A-level Ancient History Julio-Claudians;

AS & A-level Classical Civilisation Imperial Image.

GCSE Classical Civilisation Myth and Religion; AS & A-level Classical Civilisation Culture and Arts / Greek Theatre (key text), Democracy and Athens (key text); GCSE Ancient History Athens in Age of Pericles; AS & A-level Ancient History Greek States 492-404 & Politics and Culture of Athens 460-399.

10.30-11.15 FOR TEACHERS

Discussion session led by Michael Scott, Hilary Hodgson (Classics for All), Edith Hall and Arlene Holmes-Henderson (Advocating Classics Education), Paul Blagburn (Warwick Widening Participation)

SESSION 2: 11.25-12.10pm

Student Group 1

Student Group 2

Student Group 3

Dr Clare Rowan

Dr Emmanuela Bakola

Prof Alison Cooley

Coins and the Ancient World

Aristophanes Frogs

Res Gestae

11.25-12.10 FOR TEACHERS: Discussion session led by Michael Scott, Hilary Hodgson (Classics for All), Edith Hall and Arlene Holmes-Henderson (Advocating Classics Education); Sidney Stringer Academy + Warwick School (members of the Sidney Stringer Classics Hub)

12.10 -1.05 LUNCH FOR ALL

SESSION 3: 1.10-1.55pm

Student Group 1

Student Group 2

Student Group 3

Dr Emmanuela Bakola

Prof Alison Cooley

Dr Clare Rowan

Aristophanes Frogs

Res Gestae

Coins and the Ancient World

1.10-1.55 FOR TEACHERS: Discussion session led by Michael Scott, Hilary Hodgson (Classics for All), Edith Hall and Arlene Holmes-Henderson (Advocating Classics Education)

2-3pm Lecture for all: Dr Michael Scott: Delphi: centre of the ancient world

(GCSE Classical Civilisation Myth & Religion; Women in the Ancient World. A-level Classical Civilisation: Invention the Barbarian; Greek Art; Greek Religion. GCSE Ancient History: Persian Empire; Greek source ‘depth studies’. AS & A-level Ancient History: Greek City States 492-404 (and all 3 depth studies.)

3-3.30pm Feedback Discussion and END

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