At a glance
Subject: History, Citizenship
Duration: 120 Minutes
Numbers: 15 – 30
Adults: One adult per 15 students
What does it mean to be a citizen of the 21st Century?
Students will travel back to the city-state of Athens and use real Ancient Greek objects to explore the Athenian concept of citizenship.
Pupils will actively imagine themselves in ancient Greek roles of society, examining their different rights and responsibilities, before comparing them with those of modern Britain.
- Engage in role-playing activities to explore the different roles, rights and responsibilities of different sectors of Ancient Greek society.
- Handle ancient Greek artefacts and explore the Mediterranean gallery in order to gain clues into roles and rights in that society.
- Engage in debate and discussion before presenting proposals before an “assembly”.
- Discuss and consider what rights they have in modern British society and how these differ to those in Ancient Greek society.
During this workshop students will visit our Discovering Archaeology Gallery.
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