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Welcome back, future leaders! For today’s warm-up please do the following: Grab a fresh student log and your notebook from the crates. Draw an X through today’s homework box. Write in today’s date and objective on your student log. Open your notebook and respond to the following prompt:

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Welcome back future leaders for today s warm up please do the following

  • Welcome back, future leaders!

  • For today’s warm-up please do the following:

  • Grab a fresh student log and your notebook from the crates.

  • Draw an X through today’s homework box.

  • Write in today’s date and objective on your student log.

  • Open your notebook and respond to the following prompt:

  • Describe what is happening

  • in this picture in at least three

  • sentences:


Describe what is happening in this picture in at least three sentences

Describe what is happening in this picture in at least three sentences.


Welcome back future leaders for today s warm up please do the following

World History with Mr. Golden

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The Rise and Fall of Caesar


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Objective:

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FLWBATevaluate the effectiveness

of Julius Caesar as a leader of Rome


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Agenda:

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  • Review

  • Julius Caesar notes

  • Timelines

  • Gasp! A QUIZ?!?!

  • - We’re done!


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Cornell Notes:

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Notes/definitions go on the right side

Keywords go on the left side


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Key Points:

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  • Gladiator games and public executions were popular forms of entertainment.

  • Political reformers (Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus) were murdered for their unpopular ideas

  • Spartacus led a slave revolt

  • Sulla started a civil war in Rome and crowns himself emperor, punishing his opponents.

How were things getting violent in Rome?


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Key Points:

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Who was Julius Caesar?

  • The greatest general in Roman history

  • Expanded the Roman Republic with his loyal soldiers (took over all of modern day Italy, France, and Germany)

  • Gained great power with loyal soldiers

Sum un specie de un grande affare

[I’m kind of a big deal]

You stole myline!


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Key Points:

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The conquest of the Gauls:


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Key Points:

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The conquest of the Gauls:


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Key Points:

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How did Caesar rise to power?

You’re getting too powerful, Caesar. Come back to Rome now!

When he gets back we’ll have him arrested and take over!

I’mdefinitelysmarter than both of you combined.

Caesar teams up with two other powerful players in Roman politics, Pompey (above) and Crassus (right) to take over the Senate.


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Key Points:

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How did Caesar rise to power?

  • Pompey and Crassus warn Caesar that crossing the Rubicon River with his army will be considered an act of war.

  • Caesar crosses the Rubicon with his forces, starts a civil war, and wins control of Rome.


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Key Points:

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Caesar’s speech to the 13th Legion:


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Key Points:

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  • People didn’t like that he gained power through a civil war.

  • He had the Senate name him dictator for life and tried to take all gov’t authority.

How did Caesar lose popularity?

I know that you’re upset, but what are you really going to do about it, huh?


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Key Points:

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Assassination of Caesar:


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Key Points:

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How did Caesar lose power?

  • Caesar is ambushed in the Senate and stabbed 35 times

  • His most trusted advisor, Brutus lands the killing blow

WORST BFF EVER!

Uhhh, woops.


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Timelines:

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Now, create a timeline based on Caesar’s rise and fall!

Directions:

Choose five major events from the life of Julius Caesar that we

discussed in class today and use them to complete the timeline

handout you have been given. Each event must include a short

description (2 good sentences at least) and a visual that

represents Caesar in the center box.

- Choose twoevents that represent his rise to power

- Choose one event that represents Caesar at the height

of his power

- Choose two events that represent his downfall.


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Quiz:

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OPEN-NOTE QUIZ!

Use all of your notes and handouts on Ancient Rome, (as well as the power of your brain), to answer the questions on your quiz.

As long as you’ve been here

and have been doing your work,

there’s no need to make any

faces like this…

USE YOUR TIME WISELY!


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We’re done!

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Make sure to put your notebooks in the crate

and your folders in folders, please!

Thank you for all your

hard work today!


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