There were countless good and bad emperors during the Ancient Roman Empire. This activity incorporates technology in the classroom, a great secondary activity to include Moodle or comparable online forums. Utilizes online resources that gives students options and the opportunity to discover their
These slides introduce your students to the Roman Forum. Students will be introduced to the concept of a forum, learn a bit of information specifically about the Forum Romanum, and see images of the Forum. Questions are integrated in the slides to encourage deeper research and more thorough understa
A detailed plan of the Roman Forum during the Empire, including in it the Basilica Julia, the Rostra, the Basilica Aemilia, the Curia, and the temples at the northwestern corner, among others. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well
This is a 30 question webquest on the Ancient Roman Colosseum and the Ancient Roman Forum. There are 15 questions on each of them. Students go to history.com and answer the questions as they read the articles. Answer Key is included. Students will learn about how and why they were created, how l
A plan of the early Roman Forum as well as the Capitoline hill with the probable locations of various structures identified. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net).
A reconstruction of Rome's forum, looking toward the Capitoline with the Temple of Vesta in the foreground. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net).
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This worksheet is based upon the Britannica School Forum Article, Reading Level 2. At the bottom of the sheet is the citation to find the article online. However, the questions are basic enough that they can be used for most articles or general facts about the Roman Forum. This worksheet can be
A plan of the Roman Forum at Thuburbo Maius, a North African town about 37 miles SW of Carthage. The town was established for veterans in 27 BC by Augustus; most of its building dates to the late 2nd c AD. The forum provides a nice example of a traditional Roman Forum as opposed to the grandeur of t
Life in a Roman town looks at five (5) main topics about growing up and living in ancient Rome. It covers boys versus girls, food and dining, living conditions, achievements (both great and small), and the city forum. This information is covered through both a multi-page reading and an animated Po
This is a 2-day centers activity where students move around the room to gather information about the way Romans lived their daily lives. Placards are included on many aspects of daily life, and activity cards accompany the information cards for students to step back in time to walk like a Roman! R
Sections: End of Empire (starts with Pompey and Caesar)Beginning of Republic (Triumvirate/Octavian/Augustus, 5 Good EmperorsPax Romana)Roman Engineering (Aqueducts, Bridges, Concrete, Roads, Arches, and Walls)Roman Law (Twelve Tables to Code of Justinian)Entertainment ( Gladiators, Chariot Races, Ba
Designed for home / independent learning and aimed at children and young adults who are looking to further their knowledge in all things Ancient History and Science. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children of all ages to understand. Typically taking ar
Close Reading Scaffolding- the Reading Entry:
-Guiding Text-Dependent Questions and Student-Generated Questions: Who was granted voting rights? Who has the power in a republic?
-Text Under Discussion: "THE EARLY REPUBLIC"
-Vocabulary: Etruscan, hilltop villages, royal order, Forum, Tyrant, Plotted,
The Forum Romanum PowerPoint introduces students to the structures in the Forum through pictures and detailed descriptions. Slides include the history of the Forum, Capitoline steps, Arx, Capitolium, Tabularium, the arches, streets, temples, basilicas, Senate House, rostra, prison, dungeon, Lacus Cu
Roman Inventions of Transportation. Ancient Romans traveled by land and sea. From the earliest times, the Romans displayed remarkable skill at building and engineering. They constructed bridges across the river Tiber, aqueducts to supply Rome with water, and sewers to drain the Forum and keep the ci
This study guide is designed to accompany the film version of the Broadway musical A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum! The guide introduces the movie, the inspiration, Plautine stock characters, questions about the plot for students to follow, and poses a larger follow-up question at the
Students will compare an achievement (contribution) of the Roman Empire with an extension of the achievement in the United States.Example: Forum – Architecture and urban planning withOutdoor pedestrian malls
A plan of the Imperial Fora of Ancient Rome, including the Forum of Trajan, the Forum of Augustus, the Forum of Nerva, the Forum of Vespasian, and the Forum of Caesar. The plans are overlaid over a map of the modern city of Rome. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which ma
Bring your history lessons to life with this series of lesson plans. The 4 different Roman Lessons are as follows:1. A Roman Town - Chariots and Rider Game, the lesson is housed within a film-set idea (with the teacher as a famous Director) about Roman times. During the film the shooting locations w
Click your way through this exciting geography adventure! Travel along the 7 hills of Rome and find out facts about each! Don't forget to visit the forum where there is even more to be seen. anything highlighted in yellow is clickable, experiment for yourself and see what you come upon!
High quality, print-quality, drawing of a reconstruction of the Forum of Augustus in Rome, with one hemicycle reconstructed and the other cut-away and with the Temple of Mars Ultor included. Also included is a directional reference to the Forum of Trajan.
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Place this classroom forum any time after you and your class have explored the Roman Empire for best results. Placed into 9.3d under the Common Core Social Studies Curriculum, the concept of Roman decline is discussed by your students. Your stud