Standard 6.4: Students analyze the geography, religion, achievements, political, economic, and social structure of the early civilizations of ancient Rome.
Essential Question: How does government change? Why does conflict develop? What makes a culture unique?
-NOTE: the Learning Targets are being completed through Google Classroom. Please ask your student to show you their Learning Targets.
1. I can explain how Italy's geography and geographic location allowed people and goods to easily travel to and from the region.
2. I can explain how conflict was resolved between Patricians and Plebeians.
3. I can trace the evolution of Rome from a republic to an empire.
4. I can determine the impact of Julius Caesar and Augustus Caesar.
5. I can identify what life was like in Rome for the differing social classes.
6. I can summarize the lif of Jesus and basic Christian beliefs.
7. I can explain why Christianity spread throughout the Roman Empire.
8. I can identify and evaluate Rome's contributions to our society today.
*In addition to the schedule, below you will find necessary readings and informational maps*
Day Date Assignment
Wed 2.20.19 Rome Map and Review
Thu 2.21.19 Notes: Foundations of Rome
Fri 2.22.19 QUIZ (pgs. 322-326)
Mon 2.25 Roman Republic Circle map (readings)
Tues 2.26 Roman Government
Weds 2.27 QUIZ (pgs. 326-334)
Thurs 2.28 Rome video
Fri 3.1 Empire map 'Office hours' (time to check in on grades and learning targets).
Mon 3.4 Republic to Empire notes (readings)
Tues 3.5 The End of the Republic (ch. 9.3)
Weds 3.6 The Rule of Augustus (ch. 9.4)
Thurs 3.7 QUIZ (pgs. 334-353)
Fri 3.8 'Office hours'
Mon 3.18 Christianity Notes and Map
Tues 3.19 Map and Teachings of Christianity
Weds 3.20 Spread of Christianity
Thurs 3.21 Quiz (Pgs. 398-414)
Fri 3.22 'Office Hours'
Mon 3.25 Quiz: Origins and Spread of Christianity
Tues 3.26 Legacy of Rome (readings)
Weds 3.27 Legacy of Rome
Thurs 3.28 Office hours/finish day
Fri 3.29 Notebook check
CAASP TESTING WEEK - BLOCK SCHEDULE -
Mon (A Day) 4.1 Museum Exhbit Project (day 1)
Tue (B Day) 4.2 Museum Exhbit Project (day 1)
Wed (A Day) 4.3 Museum Exhibit Project (day 2)
Thur (B Day) 4.4 Museum Exhibit Project (day 2)
Fri (reg. Day) 4.5 - Museum Exhibit Project (day 3)
CAASP TESTING MAKE-UPS - Regular schedule
Mon 4.8 Museum Exhibit project (day 4)
Tues 4.9 Museum Exhibit project (day 5)
Wed 4.10 Museum Exhibit project (day 6)
Thurs 4.11 Museum Projects DUE (on display in library)
Friday 4.12 Tour the Museum (in the library)
1. Republic 19. Gladiators
2. Legions 20. Arches
3. Patricians 21. Vault
4. Plebians 22. Mosaic
5. Consuls 23. Fresco (pg. 326)
6. Veto 24. Satires
7. Praetors 25. Odes
8. Legislature 26. Parables
9. Tribune 27. Resurrection
10. Dictator 28. Apostles
11. Civic Duty 29. Salvation
12. Latifundia 30. Martyrs
13. Triumvirate 31. Hierarchy
14. Civil 32. Clergy
15. Pax Romana 33. Laity
16. Proconsuls 34. Doctrine
17. Aqueducts 35. Gospel
18. Successors 36. Pope
*In addition to the table of contents, below are templates and instructions for the various assignments*
Rome Table of Contents
112 Ancient Rome Title Page
113 - Rome Unit Notebook check (completed at the end of the unit)
114 Table of contents
115-116 Vocabulary (36 words)
117-118 Study Guide
119-120 Learning Targets
131-132 Daily life (venn diagrams)
137 Legacy of Rome