5 SPAIN UNDER THE ROMANS
UNIT 5: CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF BASIC COMPETENCIES
Social competence and
– Guaranteed by the study of the contents of the unit as a whole.
– Understand the physical space in which pre-Roman and Roman life took place, and
observe, locate, and interpret typical buildings and settlements (Page 61, Look…; Page
Information handling and
64, Question a; Page 65, Look…)
– Identify and locate important locations of Roman origin in Spain. (Page 63, Look…; Pa-
ge 67, Look…)
Cultural and artistic compe- – Appreciate the unique nature and value of Roman cultural heritage in Spain. (Page 66,
tence Questions a to c; Page 67, Act. 5; Page 69, Look…)
– Conduct online research. (Page 67, Netsurfers)
Information handling and – Analyse and interpret different types of sources. (Page 60, Questions a and b; Page 62,
digital competence The Conquest… ; Page 64, Audio track 24 ; Page 67, Audio track 25 ; Page 68, Hispa-
Competence in linguistic – Use the specialist vocabulary of the unit both orally and in writing. (Page 65, Acts. 3 to
Competence in learning to – Recall, relate and synthesize the material studied, and compare historical phenomena.
learn (Page 61, Act. 5; Page 67, Act. 4; Page 69, Act. 4)
Autonomy and personal – Have the confidence to identify and correct incorrect information, as well as to defend
initiative one’s personal opinions. (Page 63, Act. 6)
UNIT 5 SOCIAL COMPETENCE AND CITIZENSHIP
COMPETENCIES Student’s book Activity book Didactic Guide Unit 5
Identify the groups that invaded
Page: 60 Unit 5 Pages: 8 and 9
and colonized the Peninsula
Understand how the Iberians
Pages: 60 and 61 Unit 5 Pages: 8 and 9
and Celts lived
Understand the phases of the
Pages: 62 and 63 Unit 5 Pages: 10 and 11
Roman conquest of Hispania
Recognise features of daily life
Pages: 64 and 65 Unit 5 Pages: 12 and 13
in the cities
Appreciate the Roman legacy on
Pages: 66 and 67 Unit 5 Pages: 14 and 15
the Iberian Peninsula
Understand the origins of the
Pages: 68 and 69 Unit 5 Pages: 16 and 17
13-2 PROYECTO CURRICULAR
5 SPAIN UNDER THE ROMANS
– Identify the main features of the populations of the Peninsula before the arrival of the
DIDACTIC Romans, as well as their geographical distribution.
OBJECTIVES – Understand the main events of the Punic Wars and the phases of the Roman con-
quest of Hispania.
– Explain what the Roman cities and economy of Hispania were like under the Romans.
– Recognise the influence of Roman civilisation on our culture.
– Identify the main cities and communication routes of Hispania.
– Appreciate the remains of the public works and art of the Roman Empire on the Penin-
– Solve questions and activities using information from timelines, drawings, maps, and
– Pre-Roman peoples: the Iberians and the Celts.
CONTENTS – Invasions and colonizations. The Punic Wars.
– The Roman conquest of the Peninsula.
– The Hispanic economy.
– Everyday life in the cities: houses, food and clothing
– The legacy of Rome: artistic and cultural heritage.
– The Visigoths in Hispania.
– Analysis and interpretation of maps and plans.
– Comparison of pre-Roman and Roman houses.
– List of the main Roman provinces and cities of Hispania.
– Online research about Roman heritage on the Peninsula.
– Identification of the main Roman ruins on on the Peninsula.
– Description and analysis of sculptures, buildings, and public works.
– Analysis of a city plan and Roman ruins.
– Interest in learning about and preserving Roman cultural heritage.
– Concept map of the history of Hispania.
– See whether they can contextualize the Indo-European invasions and the Phoenician,
EVALUATION Greek, and Carthaginian colonisations.
CRITERIA – See if they can explain the social and economic organization of pre-Roman populations.
– Observe whether they know the events of the Punic Wars and can locate the phases of
the Roman invasion of the Iberian Peninsula in time.
– Check they recognize the main cities and communication routes of Hispania, and that
they can locate them on a map.
– Make sure they understand the political, administrative, and economic structure of
Hispania as a Roman province.
– Assess whether they understand the Roman origins of modern city names on the Pen-
– See if they can explain aspects of daily life in Roman cities.
– Check they are able to recognise examples of Roman architecture and that they appre-
ciate the importance of the influence of Roman civilisation on our culture.
CLASSROOM PROGRAMMING 13-3