Ancient Rome Study-Guide Learning Target: I can identify vocabulary words relating to Ancient Rome



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Ancient Rome

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Learning Target: I can identify vocabulary words relating to Ancient Rome.

(Ancient Rome Vocabulary Packet)


A. republic

D. representative democracy

G. emperor/Caesar

B. empire

E. dictator

H. limited government

C. unlimited government

F. veto

I. Twelve Tables




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Learning Target: I can assess the impact of geography on the development of the Roman Empire.

(Map of Rome and AW 7-1)

Describe how the Mediterranean Sea impacted the development of the Roman Empire.




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How did the geography of the region contribute to the downfall of the Roman Empire?
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Learning Target: I can locate the boundaries of the ancient Roman Empire on the map.

(Map of Rome and AW 7-1)

Directions:


  1. Shade in the area on the map that represents the Roman Empire at its peak.





  1. Place an “X” on the modern day country of Italy.


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Learning Target: I can label and identify the physical and political features of the Ancient Roman Empire.

(Map of Rome and AW 7-1)

Directions: In the blank by each location, write the letter that represents that location’s place on the map below.

_____ Alps Mountains _____ Apennines Mountains

_____ Pyrenees Mountains _____ Tiber River

_____ Mediterranean Sea _____ Aegean Sea

_____ Adriatic Sea _____ Black Sea

_____ Rome _____ Carthage





Learning Target: I can compare and contrast Rome’s republic with Athenian democracy.

(To Tell the Truth and AW 6-1 and 7-1)

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Learning Target: I can explain the relationship between rule of law and the Twelve Tables.

(AW 7-1 and Twelve Tables handouts)


What is rule of law?
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What was the benefit of the Twelve Tables to the citizens?
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What was the benefit of the Twelve Tables to the government officials?
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Learning Target: I can compare the Roman Republic with representative democracy in the USA.

(AW 7-1 and Compare/Contrast Chart)

Give two examples of pieces of the American government that were adopted from the Roman Republic.




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Learning Target: I can trace the events that illustrate how Caesar changed the Roman government from a republic (limited) to an empire (unlimited).

(Events in Roman History Flow Chart)



Directions: Write the letters of the events in Roman history in the correct order on the flow chart.

EVENTS IN ROMAN HISTORY


  1. Caesar is assassinated

  2. Caesar uses his troops to take control of the Republic and becomes sole consul

  3. Roman Republic issues the Twelve Tables creating a limited government

  4. Octavian takes power and becomes Augustus first Roman Emperor

  5. Rome falls into disorder

  6. Caesar become dictator for life creating an unlimited government

  7. Rome falls into disorder





ROMAN HISTORY FLOW CHART





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