Live Webinar: Bringing history to life in literature
Bringing history to life in children’s literature. Free webinar for members only. In Anna Ciddor’s newest book for children aged 8–13, The Boy who Stepped Through Time, her protagonist Perry visits a crumbling ruin while on holiday in France and is transported back 1700 years to the Roman Empire! Join us in conversation with Anna, who loves finding out the tiniest details of the past to flesh out her stores, as we discuss the time-slip adventure narratives, her writing and research process, and how you can support your students in making the past feel alive again.
With Anna Ciddor
Wednesday 21st July 3:30pm – 4:15pm
Free for PETAA members, however numbers are strictly limited. Please register so you receive links to access the webinar.
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As a rich and related resource, explore the English for the Australian Curriculum unit of work for Upper Primary Imagining Ancient Rome.