Roma Teachvs Assignmentvm

Your last assignment of this class is to teach about Rome, specifically covering your topics, in whatever way you choose. Each member of the group must participate in the presentation, and there are only 3 required elements:
  1. a written lesson plan due June 10
  2. at least 1 visual aid in your lesson (poster, overhead, PowerPoint, etc)
  3. a written assessment of your classmates' learning (test, quiz, worksheet, etc) that you grade

  4.  
Lessons are required to take ONE CLASS PERIOD each no more, no less. These will take place the first 3 periods of the week beginning June 13, so be ready!!!

Beyond that, you are on your own. Each individual will be graded on their research, contributions to the lesson, and participation in the other groups' lessons. You are welcome, of course to use your textbooks as a resource during your lesson. The sections on Rome can be found in chapters 13 through 15.

Group 1 The origins of Rome and the Roman Republic: founding, mythology, leaders, end
Group 2 The Roman Empire: growth, expansion, government, leaders
Group 3 The end of the Roman Empire: Christianity, decline and fall, and lasting contributions

Suggestions of people, places, and things to cover:

Appian Way
Aqueduct
Caligula
Carthage
Censor
Century
Cicero
Circus Maximus
Cleopatra
Colosseum
Constantine
Consul
Diaspora
Etruscans 
Forum
Gaul
Germanic Tribes
Gladiators
Hadrian
Hannibal
Herculaneum
Horace
Huns, Goths, and Vandals
Ides of March
Jesus
Julius Caesar
Latifundias
Latins
Legions
Livy
Marcus Aurelius
Mark Antony
Nero
Octavian (Augustus)
Ovid
Patricians
Paul
Pax Romana
Peter
Petra
Phalanx
Plebians
Pompeii
Praetor
Proconsul
Punic Wars (3)
Republic
Romulus & Remus
Senator
Seven Hills
Tarquin Family
Tiber River
Trajan
Tribune
Triumvirates (1st and 2nd)
Twelve Tablets
Vespasian
Virgil