ALPHA IS FOR ANTHROPOS
CLASSICAL RESOURCE CENTRE
A wide variety of different teaching resources.
CLASSICS VIDEO CLIPS
These are a series of educational video clips to aid with the teaching and learning of Classics at secondary school level. They feature several renowned academics discussing set texts for the Classical subjects at GCSE and A level, as well as some topics of more general interest. It is hoped that these will prove a useful resource for teachers in the classroom, as well as aiding pupils with independent revision.
THE HERODOTUS DEBATE: MAKING TEXT SPEAK
Animations from short stories in Herodotus: Psammetichus’ experiment: “Bekos” or “The Most Ancient People in the World” (Hdt. 2.2-3) and a story of ancient voyeurism and regicide: Gyges and the Queen (Hdt. 1.8-13).
THE IRIS PROJECT
Includes pages offering classroom teaching resources such as worksheets, class tasks, and play scripts, Iris also publishes an annual (the Iris Annual) for secondary schools, universities and enthusiasts of Classics. It features several articles by expert classicists as well as pieces on The Iris Project’s work in schools, a mix of light pieces, competitions, news, reviews, games and lesson ideas.
JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books, and primary sources. JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations. Free membership (content access is restricted to several articles a month) or paid membership (no restrictions). Useful for accessing Classics and Classics-related journal articles.
MASSOLIT CLASSICS LECTURES
Massolit offers online lectures in the humanities, designed and delivered by academics from the world’s very best universities. They are perfect for using as part of classroom teaching and by students in their own time. Lectures are accessible whenever and wherever you need them; on desktop, tablet, and mobile.
PANOPLY VASE ANIMATIONS
Panoply provides animations made from scenes on real Ancient Greek vases and offers resources for teaching ancient culture, classical civilization, and art.
THE PRIMARY LATIN PROJECT
The Minimus and Minimus Secundus course website includes a massive selection of support sheets and other supplementary teaching worksheets and ideas for practical activities.
Guy De La Bédoyère’s own site with a massive volume of resources relating to the history and archaeology of Roman Britain, especially coinage.
Over 789,921 free teaching resources to use in the classroom and school.
Free-of-charge downloads of Greek and Latin grammars, readers and answer keys.
The VRoma Project is a community of scholars, both teachers and students, who create online resources for teaching about the Latin language and ancient Roman culture. The website features various types of resources created by users, including a large archive of digital images relating to classical antiquity.