A class structure simulation based on ancient Rome, this resource helps your students learn the differences between patricians, plebeians, and slaves. Matching pictures to life/job descriptions is the first activity, followed by a detailed simulation that helps your students act out these roles, before they summarize their experience with a reflective writing piece.
Ancient Rome: Class Structure Simulation is also included in my larger unit, Ancient Rome Interactive Notebook.
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