World History Teacher/Sub Activity: DBQ The Roman Republic

World History Teacher/Sub Activity: DBQ The Roman Republic
World History Teacher/Sub Activity: DBQ The Roman Republic
World History Teacher/Sub Activity: DBQ The Roman Republic
World History Teacher/Sub Activity: DBQ The Roman Republic
World History Teacher/Sub Activity: DBQ The Roman Republic
World History Teacher/Sub Activity: DBQ The Roman Republic
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DBQ Ancient Rome: Part 1

This 45-60 minute lesson plan is appropriate for teachers or to use as emergency sub plans. Brief short readings are included in the packet for students to analyze and complete a final activity about life in the Roman Republic.

Everything is included for this lesson (readings, instructions, rubric).

Students will be required to read and analyze each document. They will show their understanding by answering a series of questions related to the documents that they read.

Historical Context: Ancient Rome has been recognized as one of the most powerful civilizations of the ancient world. The Roman’s created a republic and conquered much of Europe. Roman culture continues to make a large impact on the Western world to this day in the forms of government, architecture, language, religion, literature, and military. Some of the most common things associated with ancient Rome is Julius Caesar, the Colosseum, gladiators, roman numerals, and the Roman Republic.


In this lesson, students will read four documents that will help build their background knowledge about ancient Rome. They will then use your critical thinking skills to answer various open-ended questions that will require them to apply information from these documents to support their answer responses to each question.

At the end of this lesson, the students are expected to:

• Explain how the Roman Republic impacted Rome’s daily life. They will also be challenged to compare and contrast the Roman Republic to the United States government.
• Explain what the Roman Republic was.
• List and describe 3 different ways that the Roman Republic affected daily life in Rome?
• Discuss if Roman Republic was a good or bad thing.
• Explain how the Roman Republic and the United States government are alike and different.


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10 pages
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1 hour
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