Julius Caesar Mini-lesson: Using the film Gladiator (2000) to teach the play

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This lesson uses two key scenes from Ridley Scott's film, Gladiator (2000), starring Russell Crowe in order to demonstrate the distinction between Rome as an empire and as a republic. This distinction serves as an important teaching element for Brutus' motivation within the play.

This is a high-interest lesson that demonstrates a key element of the play's historical context.
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Julius Caesar Mini-lesson:  Using the film Gladiator (2000
Julius Caesar Mini-lesson:  Using the film Gladiator (2000
Julius Caesar Mini-lesson:  Using the film Gladiator (2000
Julius Caesar Mini-lesson:  Using the film Gladiator (2000