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Students will read an article from The Roman News, which describes the fight between brothers Romulus and Remus. Students will have series of comprehension questions that follow. Students will be able to indicate the moment (s) when ancient Rome first started. In addition, students will be able to e
Resource includes four primary and secondary sources about the role of geography in the Roman Empire. The emphasis is on how Rome adapted to its geography to become an economic and military powerhouse. Includes a resource for outlining and sentence starters for writing. This resource was originally
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6th - 12th
This lesson introduces students to Ancient Rome so they can fully understand the importance of its geographic location and how Roman civilization developed in Italy (with influences from both the Etruscans and Greeks). All of this helps the teacher lay a foundation before diving into the rise of the
Students use Holt Social Studies: World History Medieval to Early Modern Times textbook to label maps of Europe during the Roman Empire. Standard 7.6.1 Worksheet, Tony Pavlovich, Intructomania, Northern Europe, Italy, Rome
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5th - 12th
Need a great "hook" to grab your students interest and inspire them to learn about Ancient Rome? I believe all learning begins by connecting to prior knowledge. By reviewing and comparing and contrasting Ancient Greece to Ancient Rome, students can make immediate connections with geography, litera
This lesson is for the Intro to Classical Roman Empire (2.4) in Pre-AP World History and Geography. It is closely aligned with the College Board lessons (using the sources they recommend). The lesson reviews the unit claim, sources, questions, and includes an additional reading with document based q
This unit has been crafted for students of an early Latin 1 level. The structures and vocabulary are quite introductory. I use this unit as an introduction to reading, comprehension, and early sentence building. This unit is not focused heavily on grammar. It incorporates nouns of the first three de
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***THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH A GOOGLE SLIDES INTERACTIVE VERSION INCLUDED. REDOWNLOAD IF YOU HAVE IT ALREADY***Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up social studies class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single co
Students will leave this lesson understand that Geography can improve a civilizations chance for success, Civilizations begin near a water source, Geography can provide protection. Students will complete analogies, compare to other civilizations and make predictions for what is to come for Rome. Th
LEARNING TARGET: I can identify the geographic features that influenced ancient Rome and investigate the role of citizens and non-citizens in the Roman Republic. Key Terminology 1. Rome 2. Mediterranean Sea 3. Republic 4. Patrician 5. Plebeian 6. Tribune 7. Twelve Tables 8. Senate **Purchase
Roman Republic: Geography worksheet and map
This activity has students create their own maps of the Roman Empire. They will label and color the map's physical and political features.
Grades:
6th - 9th
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! Tibi gra
In this activity students will locate and label important cities, bodies of water, mountains, regions in the Roman Empire. This exercise is useful when starting a unit on the Roman Empire so that students can picture all of the major landmarks.
This worksheet for intermediate or advanced Latin students is a great way for your discipuli to brush up their Mediterranean geography via historical events from Antiquity, by matching places on the map to Latin descriptions of them and their histories. A perfect way to tie all of these strands toge
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10th - 12th
This Powerpoint lesson includes several thinking or discussion questions for students to explore how the geography of ancient Rome impacted the development of their civilization. The Powerpoint includes a graphic organizer that students can work through as they view the lesson, or after the lesson.
In this activity, students will map the Roman Empire's geographical features, largest cities and most important political regions. Doing so will give them a sense of the size and scope of the Roman Empire.
Grades:
5th - 10th
LEARNING TARGET: I can identify the geographic features that influenced ancient Rome and investigate the role of citizens and non-citizens in the Roman Republic. 1. Rome 2. Mediterranean Sea 3. Republic 4. Patrician 5. Plebeian 6. Tribune 7. Twelve Tables 8. Senate **Purchase the Day 015_Geog
socialstudieslessons.net lesson in which students create, interpret, use, and synthesize information from various representations of the earth, such as maps, globes, and photographs.
This document contains 13 questions to accompany the "Roman Geography and Origins" podcast. Students will be guided to take notes on the major points of the presentation. Answer Key is included.
Asks students to list the impacts of seas, mountains, and rivers on the Ancient Romans. This product includes a key.
This Ancient Rome doodle notes set covers the geography of Italy, the impact of geography on Ancient Rome, the story of Romulus and Remus, Latin settlements, Etruscan rule, and the establishment of the Roman Republic. Students will enjoy coloring and doodling as they take notes to learn about how ge
These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about each of the continents. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.These Cootie Catchers contain the following:1. Students identify the continent from the picture:Continents, North America, South America, Eur

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