PowerPoint Download: Ancient Rome Day 5 - Early Government and Republic
[Immerse your students in a lessons geared at understanding the basics of the early Roman Republic. Explore the switch from the earliest monarchy and overthrow to the creation of the Patrician-led government of Rome. The lesson begins with a warm up activity geared at getting the students talking in a pragmatic way about history; front-loaded vocabulary follows up closely to scaffold the lessons appropriately. From there, lead your students through an engaging discussion on disapproval of government and change! The lesson highlights the differences between Plebs and Pats, and an analysis of the earliest Republic. A partner critical thinking activity culminates the lesson; from here the choices are boundless - break into a small group and chat, explore a debate on the topics, vote with your feet and see who else agrees, and so much more! The lesson ends with a democratic exit card that enables student to choose how to best demonstrate their knowledge. Critical thinking and cooperative learning are built in! Make your room the most engaging in the school!]
- Warm Up Activity
- Daily Objective Statement
- Daily Relevance Statement
- Front-Loaded Content Vocab
- Plebeians and Patricians
- Earliest Roman Republic
- Partner Critical Thinking Activity
- Cooperative Learning Built-in Throughout
- Exit Card
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