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Romulus & Remus

Unit 5 The Romans
 
Chapter 13 Beginnings
1000 B.C. - 500 B.C.



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Day 1
Topic    Map Early Italy
Objective
Identify locations in Italy.
Locate bodies of water that surround Italy.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
17.C.3a Explain how human activity is affected by geographic factors.
Classwork-Homework
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Map Ancient Italy  Use  IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Ancient Italy Map   page 37  IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Ancient Italy Map
Resources
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) A Brief History of Rome 
8 pages of information, 2 pages of questions 
bookpages.gif (1592 bytes) The Story of the Romans  Elementary history of Rome, presenting short stories of the great heroes, mythical and historical, from Aeneas and the founding of Rome to the fall of the western empire. Around the famous characters of Rome are graphically grouped the great events with which their names will forever stand connected. Vivid descriptions bring to life the events narrated, making history attractive to the young, and awakening their enthusiasm for further reading and study.  Ages 10-14 

 

Day 2
Topic  13-1 Founding of Rome    
Objective
Explain how Rome was founded.
B
ecome familiar with Roman myths and stories and understand how they reflect a people’s beliefs and help teach a culture’s morals and traditions.
State Goals
16.C.1b (W)  Explain how trade among people brought an exchange of ideas, technology and language.
16.C.2b (W)  Describe the basic economic systems of the world's great civilizations including Mesopotamia, Egypt, Aegean/Mediterranean and Asian civilizations, 1000 BCE - 500 CE.
17.C.3a Explain how human activity is affected by geographic factors.
Classwork-Homework
NoteTaking.gif (1325 bytes) Roman Notebook Paper

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 People to Know
Romulus: became King of Rome
Remus: killed by Romulus

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 Places to Locate
Italy: boot shaped peninnsula extending into the Meditteranean Sea
Tiber River: River Rome is  located on
Palatine: hill where Latins founded Rome
Balkan Peninusula:

Romulus and Remus  6:55

readme.gif (802 bytes) Section 1 Founding of Rome pp. 209-210

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Romulus and Remus Story

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Romulus and Remus From Ed Helper

Resources
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Beginings of Rome   includes map of empire, map of Italy, stories, newspaper, Julius Caesar project

 

Day 3
Topic 13-2 The Etruscans
Objective
Discuss the rise of the Etruscans, their daily life, and their religious beliefs.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
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 Terms to Learn
Social Order:
way groups of people are classed
Omens:
signs of what is to happen
Catacombs:
tombs beneath the ground
Necropolis:
cemetary
Soothsayers: people who can predict events

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 People to Know
Etruscans: people that settled in Etruria; first highly civilized people

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 Places to Locate
Caere: has one of the largest Etruscan cemetaries

The Merry Etruscans  3:44

THE ETRUSCANS
The Etruscans part 1  9:49
The Etruscans part 2  10:04

readme.gif (802 bytes) Section 2 The Etruscans pp.210-214
Daily Life
Religious Beliefs
Tombs of Gold

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Etruscan Settlement Found

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Electronic Passport to Ancient Rome

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Questions for Ancient Rome

Resources

 

Day 4
Topic  13-3 Etruscans and Romans  
Objective
List Etruscan contributions to Roman civilization.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Forum: public square
Gladitorial Games:
fights between men, women, animals, and dwarfs
Triumph:
parade-like welcome given a Roman hero returning from battle
Fasces:
bundle of rods bound around an axe; symbol of Rome's power
Municipal:
city
Mundus:
the meeting point for the worlds of the living and dead

Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Places to Locate
Capitoline: one of the seven hills of Rome; first temple

readme.gif (802 bytes) Section 3 Etruscans and Romans pp. 215-216
Resources


Day 5
Topic    Etruscan Foldable
Objective
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Etruscan Foldable
Section 1 p. 210  Romulus & Remus: Main Events
Section 2 p. 214 Three Etruscan Social Classes
Section 3 p. 216 Etruscan Contributions
Assessment p. 217 Comparison: Greek and Etruscan Women
Resources

 

Day 6
Topic Etruscans By the Numbers   
Objective
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
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Etruscans By the Numbers   
Resources

 

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Classwork/ Homework
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Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Assignments    crayon0a.gif (328 bytes) Art Activity    BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Lesson Plan      braininjar.gif (1615 bytes)_Tests      IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Maps     Note02.gif (247 bytes) Resources    
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Web Sites    
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Field Trips      Computer.gif (1114 bytes) Computer     bookpages.gif (1592 bytes) Book    Dice.bmp (3974 bytes) Games    star.gif (2279 bytes)Extra Credit

BURIALS
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Dig Like a Surgeon
Etruscan warrior's burial from the necropolis of Casa Nocera
ETRUSCANS
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Take an Etruscan Tour  Let Larth the Etruscan be your guide.
FOUNDING of ROME
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Ancient Rome TimeLine  2 pages of colored pictures
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) How Did Rome Get It's Name?  page 1
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Here Come the Romans! 
Romulus & Remus story and a map.
GLADIATORS
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Roman Gladiator
ROMAN GAMES
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Games
ROMULEUS and REMUS
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Here Come the Romans! 
Romulus & Remus story
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Romuleus and Remus

 

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