This Ancient Rome review bundle has 13 resources covering a range of topics. Resources include a cumulative unit review project, a timelines, primary source analysis resources, and more! The topics covered include Pompeii, Augustus, landmarks, gladiators, Julius Caesar's crossing of the Rubicon, the Ides of March, the burning of Rome in 64 AD under Nero, slavery in Ancient Rome, the fall of Rome, and unit reviews.
The primary source analysis files have 63 document based questions of varying levels of difficulty. The creative tasks/prompts in the primary source files include making pamphlets, experiencing your own Pompeii, creating your own gladiatorial games, starting over after Rome's fall, social media, opinions on the causes of Rome's fall, timelines, and MORE.
In the cumulative review project, students review the development of Ancient Rome from founding to empire by creating a timeline and series of maps. In putting together a timeline of specific buildings, monuments, emperors, and territorial acquisitions, students will determine how long it took to Rome to build itself into an empire. There are also 9 questions for students to answer. Depending on your curriculum this may require library research time. There is a Caesar interview activity (mix of academic, opinion, and creative questions and tasks), and lastly there is a timeline review activity with 45 items from Rome's first consuls to the fall of Rome to be placed on the timeline and 4 questions for students to answer.
All appropriate answers and points distributions are included. With a discount of $14, four of these resources are free!
To recap, this bundle includes:
Caesar Interview Review Activity
Ancient Rome Landmarks Activity
Ancient Rome Review Project
Augustus Timeline Review
Fall of Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
Julius Caesar Review Activities
The Burning of Rome Primary Source Analysis
Gladiator Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activity
Pompeii Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activities
Tour Guide Activity
Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activity
Ides of March Webquest
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Ancient History Activities BUNDLE
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