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Ancient Rome. Chapter 5 Section 1. Empire Declines. Early Empire. Empire Expands. History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas. Ancient Rome. Chapter 5 . Fall of Rome. Republic. Empire. History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas. Flowering of Civilizations: Cause & Effects.

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Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section 1

Empire

Declines

Early

Empire

Empire

Expands

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Rome

Chapter 5

Fall of Rome

Republic

Empire

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Flowering of Civilizations:

Cause & Effects

Forms and Concepts of Government

Political

Stability

Development of

Religion and Philosophy

Religious and Philosophical Movements

Scientific Theories and Inventions

Trade and Expansion

Classical Styles of Art, Architecture, and Literature

Classical Stylesof Art, Architecture, and Literature

Interest in Arts and Sciences

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Empire Building

“Imperialism” Is a word used to denote how a powerful nation expands its territory at the expense of another. The Romans had a history of imperialism that went back to their beginnings in central Italy. This expansion became a key factor in Rome’s fall. As its frontiers were too spread out to defend successfully. When Rome could not longer police its borders, it left itself open to attack from the Barbarians. THE INABILITY TO CONTROL ITS VAST TERRITORY ULTIMATELY LED TO ROME’s DECLINE.

achievements of ancient rome
Achievements of Ancient Rome

Achievements of

Ancient Rome

  • ROMAN TECHNOLOGY
  • Bridges
  • Harbors
  • Roads
  • Weapons

LAWS

GOVERNMENT

RELIGION

LANGUAGE

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Achievements of Ancient Rome

Cooperative Group Rubric

EXCELLENT: Keep on task, speak quietly, listen to each other , everyone involved; most or all of product achieved, group remain together except for designated contact person, each fulfils specific task; handles disputes well

AVERAGE: Teacher support often needed to keep on task, noise level needs improvement; some members unfocused; group refocuses quickly back to task; product satisfactory

GOOD: Some teacher support necessary to keep on task & speak quietly; everyone involved; most of product achieved ; remains together except for designated contact person; most people fulfill specific task

POOR: Teacher support constant; members bickering, off task, and/or walking around room; product is far from sufficient

characteristics of ancient romans
Characteristics of Ancient Romans
  • Discipline
  • Sense of Duty
  • Courage
  • Practical in Law & Politics
  • Persistent
  • Good Diplomats
  • Shrewd and Firm
  • Brilliant Military Strategists
  • Firm, and oftentimes Cruel
homework due 1 18 06
Homework due 1/18/06
  • Bring textbook ( or bar code no.) for mandatory count
  • Roman Empire: Trade & Expansion pg 160 (trace map & answer 2 questions)
  • Quiz - Study and review Roman Republic
homework due 1 22 1 23
Homework due 1/22 & 1/23
  • Bring textbook ( or bar code no.) for mandatory count
  • Chapter 5 Section #s 2 and 3 Outline (must be in format discussed in class!!!) – 2 Grades
class activites for 1 22 1 23
Class Activites for 1/22 & 1/23
  • Group Activity : the Punic Wars ( grade will be based on Group Activity Rubric)
  • “The Gladiator”
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Empire

Declines

Empire

Expands

Early

Empire

Ancient Greece

Chapter 4 Section 1

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Empire

Declines

Empire

Expands

Early

Empire

Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section #s 1 through 5

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Empire

Declines

Empire

Expands

Eraly

Empire

Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section #s 1 through 5

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section #s 1 through 5

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section #s 1 through 5

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section #s 1 through 5

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section #s 1 through 5

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Greece

Chapter 4 Section 1

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Greece

Chapter 4 Section 1

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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Ancient Rome

Chapter 5 Section #s 1 through 5

History: Ms. Cantillo/Mr. Lamas

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THE ROMAN FORUM ACTIVITY

Temple of Castor & Pollux

Arch of Titus

The Colosseum

WHAT DO THESE BUILDINGS TELLS US ABOUT ANCIENT ROMAN SOCIETY?

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PAST TO PRESENT ACTIVITY

LINCOLN MEMORIAL

The Supreme Court

Washington Monument

Vietnam Memorial

WHAT DO THESE BUILDINGS WILL TELL VISITORS 2K FROM NOW ABOUT OUR SOCIETY?