Ancient Rome Government and Society

Lesson Pack

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published on 15 January 2020
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We have prepared five lesson plans including classroom activities, assignments, homework, and keys to introduce government and social structure in Ancient Rome to your students. You will need minimal preparation to just roll with it in your classroom.

You will find as well:

  • Multiple choice quiz questions in an excel format
  • Glossary of keywords and concepts in an excel format
  • Open questions adaptable for debates, presentations, and essays
  • Recommended resources to provide you and your students with a comprehensive list of trustworthy references (includes all media types: videos, texts, primary sources, maps, podcasts, 3D models, etc.)
BONUS: Free game about famous Roman emperors & their achievements!

Your five lesson plans will allow you to teach:

  • Roman Society
  • Roman Citizenship - across the periods of Kingship, Republic and Empire
  • Roman Elections
  • From Kingship to Republic
  • From Republic to Empire

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All our education material is varied and built to develop middle and high-school students' skills to succeed in social studies.

You will also find several alternatives in the lesson plans to allow for differentiation and adaptation to your students' level of ability.

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