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In this history worksheet, learners complete short answer questions about different World Wars, Prime Ministers, cities in different countries, and more. Students complete 20 questions.
Investigate Ancient Rome with this comprehensive online western civilizations website. While designed for use alongside the Western Civilizations textbook, the tools on this site can be used to emphasize any study. A chapter quiz...
The great Roman general, Regulus, was known for keeping his word. Read about the extent of his honesty in a reading passage about his imprisonment in Carthage, and assess reading skills with four comprehension questions.
Students research Ancient Rome, the Mediterranean Region, Roman myths, and Latin. In this Roman life lesson, students study maps of the region, learn their language and customs, research the Punic wars, the catastrophe of Pompeii, and...
Students describe and assess circumstances surrounding a major historical event from the ancient world by using Internet (and other) resources to research its location, people, and repercussions, & write a newsletter that summarizes...
In this ancient history worksheet, students answer 10 short answer questions based on their knowledge of ancient history. Most of the questions focus on the history of Greece and Rome.
Students participate in a Roman festival to complete a unit on Roman Civilization. In this Roman Civilization lesson plan, students learn about Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, the Mediterranean Region, and more. Students share what they...
Young scholars explore the ancient past. In this ancient civilizations activity, students research ancient events and write newspaper articles about the events. Young scholars work in teams of 4 to produce group newspapers that feature...
High schoolers determine how the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire acquired so much land. In this ancient civilizations lesson, students watch "Civilizations: Expansion and Conquest." High schoolers then discuss when and how the...
Young scholars examine the rights of women in Ancient Rome. They discover laws that were passed to keep women from speaking out. They participate in activities and answer discussion questions.
Students examine the history of ancient Rome. In this ancient Rome lesson plan, students examine primary sources regarding Rome's growth from a republic to an empire. Students discover details regarding the emperors of Rome.
Students study the Roman history and culture. In this Roman history lesson, students complete seven different lessons to help them learn about Roman myths, gods and goddesses, and history.
Students explore the world of Ancient Rome in this thirteen lessons unit. the rise and fall of the Roman Empire is probed. The ideals that inspired the people's sense of purpose are developed in these lessons.
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