Ancient Rome Guided PowerPoint: Guided Notes & PPT for Roman Empire!
In this Ancient Rome PowerPoint bundle, you receive a 49-page PowerPoint presentation and a 4-page guided notes packet for instruction on founding of Rome, the geography of Rome, the Roman Republic, the rise of Julius Caesar, the Pax Romana and the Roman Golden Age, and much, much more. This unit PowerPoint is synced to go hand-in-hand with my Ancient Rome Unit here!
Students are instructed on the origins and development of the Roman civilization, beginning with the myth of its founding with Romulus and Remus, through the Roman Republic, its transition to an empire, and ending with the Fall of Rome. Students learn about the Twelve Tables, the Punic Wars, the organization of the Roman Army (legions and centurions), the rise of Sulla and Julius Caesar, Marcus Brutus, Augustus, the Pax Romana, Roman roads, aqueducts, gladiator games, the Colosseum, the rise of Christianity, and the reasons for the Fall of Rome to Visigoth leader, Alaric.
This unit PowerPoint includes a full "Teacher Guide" with break points in the notes for you to stop and explore an event with much more detail by using my unit resources.
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✓ Ancient China Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set
✓ Ancient India Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set
✓ Ancient Greece Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set
✓ Ancient Rome Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set
✓ Middle Ages Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set
✓ Byzantine Empire Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set
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✓ Mesopotamia (Sumer, Babylon) and Ancient Egypt Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set!
✓ The Americas Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set (Aztec, Maya, Inca, Iroquois, Algonquin)
✓ Renaissance Guided Notes and PowerPoint Set
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