Perfect Grab and Go Lesson!
We can all agree that providing students visual content enhances instruction…Especially this generation of students. One of the easiest ways to do this is show your students a video. The only problem is there is just so much video content out there that it is nearly impossible for a teacher to watch everything and choose the perfect one for their instruction.
Here at Social Studies Studio we got your Ides of March lesson covered! Our video lesson series provides you with links to engaging videos that your students are guaranteed to love! You are also provided with an engaging lesson that is based off the videos students view. All lesson plans come with
• Video Links
• Discussion Prompts
• Note Taking Strategies and Worksheets
• Individual Lesson Activity (Engaging)
• 4 Depths of Knowledge Questions
• Project/Extension Activities
At the end of this lesson, students are expected to answer the following questions:
1: What important historical figure is associated with the “Ides of March”
2: What was the “Ides of March?”
3: In what way did the Ides of March impact ancient Roman history?
4: The phrase “Stabbed in the back” came as a result of the Ides of March. Explain what the phrase means to you and how do the events from the Ides of March support your response.
This lesson can also be used as a substitute or review activity. All lessons have been tested in classrooms and teachers have had success!
This is a perfect lesson for any educator looking for ways to get their students actively using different types of resources to educate themselves.
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