This is the seventh in a series of PowerPoints I have done for a World History Course. It covers the Roman Empire from Romulus and Remus to the Fall of the Western Roman Empire. Some topics include The Roman Republic, Both Triumvirates, Roman Society and Technology, The Punic Wars, Christianity, etc. I make my PowerPoints light on words, because I elaborate on them myself. I have tried to make them as aesthetically pleasing as possible, so students will enjoy the presentation as much as they can. NOTE: The glowing words are the really important things on a slide that I definitely want my students to remember! I usually break the PowerPoints up when I use them, into multiple days. (Ex. I'll teach a couple of slides then do an activity. I'll pick back up the next day.) You should feel free to use these as template. Edit them to your satisfaction, but I feel these are great tools and springboards! Strickland Presentations
NOTE ON THIS POWERPOINT - There is a activity that in this PowerPoint. It is a voting activity done right after the Roman Republic Slide. I do the same activity when I go to Greece as well. For Rome, I do a Republic and Dictatorship. For a Republic, each row or section (divide them however you want) elects one person to represent them. That person votes on the topics for each row, section, whatever. They can listen to their constituents or not. It's up to them. For Dictatorship, I vote on everything myself and can listen or not listen to the preferences of my students. Feel free to use this or not. Whatever you need to do.