Inside you will find a lesson where students discuss the structure of the Romans early society and government and the central conflict between Patricians and Plebs. Students are then directed to research and answer key questions about the Struggle of the Orders and create a flowchart of the major events that it consisted of. Students will also answer the following questions in conclusion: What is the significance of the Struggle of the Orders? What social movements in our own U.S. history have benefited from the example of the Plebeians?
The materials inside consist of Word and and PowerPoint files that you can easily adjust to your needs. It is not flashy and colorful, just substantive, best practice driven, instruction and activities.
Scope and sequence:
This lesson will include information and research on:
-The Struggle of the Orders
Inside you will find:
-PowerPoint that includes an Activator, Objective, Agenda, Wrap-Up, etc.
*This resource can be found in two different places for a discount:
1. Rome Complete Unit. History 101
2. Entire Western Civilization Semester Course (Prehistory-1700, 90 Days)
Thank you for your consideration!