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This last week we round off our Greek learning by looking at how historical sources- written or actual artefacts- can help us make judgements about what might have happened during certian periods in history. This ties in beautifully with your creative learning on Friday!

We turn to the Trojan War and the famous wooden horse!

There are a choice of tasks: see slide 17

Tricky: Create a storyboard explaining what happened at the last Battle of the war; The Trojan Horse

Trickiest: Imagine you had to draw/write up the battle plan for the Greeks.Include all the details you would need for the creation of the horse and instructions for each part the people would play in the plan.

Trickiest: Be a historical detective. Do you think the battle actually took place? Use all the historical evidence to help you decide. (Template below)