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Junior Cycle Test on Ancient Rome.

– differentiated questions
– key word matching
– reading comprehension analysis
– room for student reflection

Tip: give students a homework task to discuss a person in Rome (slave, influential person etc) prior to the test, so they are revising basic points on Rome, as well as improving their paragraph writing skills. This also means you will not have to test them on a person in Rome.

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