Ancient Rome: Julius Caesar will have your students create a foldable on The First Triumvirate, the secret alliance between three men destined to rule Rome for themselves. They will then complete some fill in the blank notes on this alliance before completing a foldable focused in on Julius Caesar himself. That’s two foldables and two full pages of notes in this lesson on Rome and the time of Julius Caesar as dictator.
Ancient Rome Unit: 14 fun, student-centered activities to teach Roman Empire
Ancient Rome Clip Art includes the following BW images: The Arch of Titus, Cicero Virgil Horace and Sallust, Roman Library, Ruins of the Colosseum, and Tombs along the Appian Way. Colors and BW: Attila the Hun, Julius Caesar, Coin of Nero, Coin of Caesar, Dressing the Roman Bride, Roman Augur (Priest), Roman Emblem, Roman Fasces, Roman Lamp, Roman Plebeians in several colors, Roman Soldiers, Roman Togas in several colors, Color only: Map of Italia at the time of Augusta
Ancient Rome: The Republic is one lesson from my larger unit, Ancient Rome Interactive Notebook. This lesson will have your students complete four foldables as they learn about four key aspects of the Roman Republic. The first foldable covers the government structure. The second foldable addresses a motto important to the Roman structure and people. The third foldable delves into the class system while finally, the fourth foldable covers the legal system in Ancient Rome.
Ancient China - Teaching Program, Resources, Assessment Pack - 40 items
Ancient Rome: Patrician vs. Plebeian is one lesson from my larger unit, Ancient Rome Interactive Notebook. This lesson will have your students complete a simulation to help them decide if they would rather be a patrician or plebeian in Ancient Roman times. This lesson includes the simulation lesson plan and the writing piece at the conclusion of the simulation. Please review the preview as simulations can be controversial at times and need the support of your administration and parents.
Ancient Rome Unit for Virginia SOL and National Standards