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    Rome

    Teacher Guide ~ Unit 9

TEACHER GUIDES

Overview A
Day A1        Day A2

Day A3        Day A4
  Project A  


Overview B
Day B1        Day B2

Day B3        Day B4
Project B

Overview C
Day C1        Day C2

Day C3        Day C4
Project C

Overview D
Day D1        Day D2

Day D3        Day D4
Roman Banquet

Validation of Learning
KEY

Student Weblinks

Time:  4 weeks           Theme:  Citizenship

Topics: 

  • A study of ancient Rome as it became the world's strongest political and religious power for a time.
  • Comparing Roman power with Bible symbolism
  • Speech writing and persuasion
  • Direct objects

Projects: 

  • Chapter story writing -- weeks C and D.
  • Community awareness or citizenship activity -- Project C
  • Personal project:  3-D models of a Roman structure as homework.
  • Other possibilities are listed in Miscellaneous Possibilities
Bulletin Board Ideas:
  • Citizenship is action:
    • Making your community a better place.
    • Obeying the law.
    • Making democracy work by voicing your opinions and voting when you can.
    • Taking care of the environment.
  • The humblest citizen of all the land, when clad in the armor of a righteous cause is stronger than all the hosts of Error. (William Jennings Bryan)
  • Civilization begins with order, grows with liberty, and dies with chaos. (Will Durant)
WB01512_.gif (115 bytes) Supplies Needed:  
  • Project A - your choice of games
  • Ingredients for cooking in Project B
  • Paper punch dots for mosaics -- Project C
  • Food for Roman Banquet unit finale