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On the following slides, the pictures are meant to show the same person. As you look at them ……. What do you notice? Why are the pictures so different? Why are they drawings not photographs? What kind of person do you think the woman in the pictures was? What was she like? Who was she?
The Celts didn’t read or write so anything we know about Boudicca comes from the descriptions that were written down by rich educated Romans. SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show
For a long time, the story of Boudicca was almost forgotten, but years later the Victorians discovered the writings of two men, Tacitus and Cassius Dio. Tacitus SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show
Learning Objective: To identify different ways that Boudicca has been represented. Children should learn that sources about Boudicca contradict each other and that there are different opinions about Boudicca Success Criteria: I can identify some of the different ways that Boudicca has been represented I might be able to explain why the depictions are different. Questions: Is there any evidence that we can be absolutely certain is true? (Painting? Written account? Things that have been found/buried?) Do we really know what kind of a person Boudicca was? The answer to these questions is no, we can never be sure because we have to rely on interpretations. Activity: Show a selection of depictions of Boudicca (two texts and two images). Discuss them. Do the children agree with one another? Children to produce a short piece of writing comparing the depictions. What’s different about them? Some children might be able to think why they are different as welkl as how they are different. Share and Discuss ideas.
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