This activity is one in a series of interactive notebook lessons on ancient Rome.
After a lesson on the fall of Roman Republic, students will use this foldable as a way to analyze the following concepts that led to the fall of the Roman Republic.
Trouble in Republic—Discuss the gap between rich and poor in Rome. Include what a latifundium is and the problems it created for farmers. Also describe the following people and their influence: Tiberius & Gaius Gracchus and Marius
First Triumvirate—What is a triumvirate? Who was included in the first one and how did the people feel about each member? What eventually happened to the group?
Julius Caesar—Who was he and how did he gain power? What made him popular with the people of Rome? Describe what eventually happened to him. Include why it happened and what the result was after.
Second Triumvirate—Who was included in the second triumvirate? What did they do to rule Rome together?
Mark Antony and Cleopatra—Describe the alliance between these two and what eventually happened to them.
Octavian and the Roman Empire—Explain how Octavian took power and what he did to restore Rome’s Republic. What did he change his name to and why?
This activity is one in a series of interactive notebook lessons on ancient Rome. It can be used as part of an interactive notebook or alone as an independent lesson for Rome. The last page of this product includes other sample pages from this series. If you are interested in this collection, please visit my store or use the links below.
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Table of Contents, Rubric, and Grade Log
Ancient Rome Geography
Ancient Rome and Greece Geography Comparison
Ancient Rome Beginnings: Romulus and Remus and Aeneas Comic Strip
Ancient Rome Society: Patricians, Plebeians, and Legionnaire
Punic Wars Puzzle
Fall of the Republic Look Book
Ancient Rome Sticky Note Summaries
Fall of Rome Tab Table
Legacy of Rome: All Roads Lead to Rome
Byzantine Empire Star Summaries
Entire Unit Bundle:
Ancient Rome Bundle