The Twelve Tables: How Fair Were the Laws in the Roman Empire? This Twelve Tables lesson is included in the larger Ancient Rome unit, located here: Ancient Rome Unit: 14 fun, student-centered activities to teach Ancient Rome!
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire PowerPoint Lesson
This lesson plan on the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire reviews all the key reasons why the mighty Roman Empire finally fell. Great for visual learners and to think critically about how the many reasons all contributed to Rome's collapse.
Roman Empire Complete Unit Bundle This fantastic bundle on Ancient Rome includes 48 amazing teaching resources to create engaging lessons that are creative and effective from the founding of Rome through the Republic, Roman Empire, and its decline & fall!
This unit bundle contains the materials and directions for ELEVEN complete lesson plans and a culminating test over Classical Greece and Rome, and the Byzantine Empire! PowerPoints, primary source readings, DBQ's, worksheets, and interactive student activities are all included. Most files are left in Word so you can alter them to meet the needs of your class. These lessons are completely CCSS aligned and will prepare your students for state Regents assessments.
Greece VS Rome from 6th Grade Craziness on TeachersNotebook.com (9 pages) - This is a webquest for students to compare and contrast Greece and Rome. It provides websites to get them started and gives them a choice of end product. It also includes the lesson plans with standards listed. :) Lots of work done for you! :)
Ancient Rome: Group Challenge Activity
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What did Rome Leave Behind?: Roman Legacy Thank You Cards
While the Ancient Roman Empire is no more, their Legacy (Art, Architecture, Language, and Citizenship) still lives on today. With this activity students create Thank You Cards thanking the Ancient Romans for what they left behind.
10 Primary Source Lessons for American History Teachers and U. Links to awesome primary source docs to read with your students. Primary sources are an excellent way to learn about history. These lessons focus on so