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ANCIENT ROME

ANCIENT ROME. By Karee Phillips.

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ANCIENT ROME

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  1. ANCIENT ROME By Karee Phillips

  2. 3.1 TSW explain the contributions of Ancient Greece and Rome in terms of architecture, government, and sports.3.2 TSW develop basic technology skills.3.3 TSW process, store, retrieve, and transmit electronic information.3.4 TSW communicate through application software. SOL STANDARDS

  3. Content Objectives • TSW: Study Ancient Rome and become familiar with its architecture, government, and sports.

  4. Lesson 1 Sol Objective: 3.1 TSW explain the contributions of Ancient Rome in terms of architecture, government, and sports. Lesson 1 Without Technology: TSW complete a crossword puzzle handout on Ancient Roman terms. Lesson 1 Technology-Infused: TSW complete a crossword puzzle using Desktop Publishing on Ancient Roman terms. Method of Single or Multiple Computer Use: Student will go to single computer and print crossword puzzle and complete.

  5. Lesson 1: Student Sample Directions: Complete the crossword puzzle. Dir

  6. Lesson 2 Sol Objective: 3.1 TSW explain the contributions of Ancient Rome in terms of architecture, government, and sports. Lesson 2 Without Technology: TSW write a journal entry in their journal describing a Roman sporting event. Lesson 2 Technology-Infused: TSW go to the computer lab and complete a journal entry using Word Processing describing a Roman sporting event. Method of Single or Multiple Computer Use: Students will complete this activity in the computer lab using multiple computers.

  7. Lesson 2: Student SampleAncient Romans enjoyed going to chariot races. They watched the chariot races at the Circus Maximus. The chariots would go around the race track at a high speed. The winner of the race would receive gold as a prize.Journal entry from student Mike Smith

  8. Lesson 3 Sol Objective: 3.1 TSW explain the contributions of Ancient Rome in terms of architecture, government, and sports. Lesson 3 Without Technology: TSW use an encyclopedia to complete a scavenger hunt on Ancient Rome. Lesson 3 Technology-Infused: TSW use a bookmarked internet site to complete a scavenger hunt on Ancient Rome. Method of Single or Multiple Computer Use: Students will complete this lesson in the computer lab using multiple computers. Teacher will bookmark internet site prior to class.

  9. Lesson 3 Student Sample Directions: Please pull up the bookmark http://www.crystalinks.com and complete the Scavenger hunt below. • 1. What did people do at an Ancient Roman Bath? • Romans went to the baths so they could get a massage, • socialize with their friends, and get a massage. • 2. What were the outdoor arenas where sporting events were • held called? • The outdoor arenas were called amphi-theatres. • 3. What was an aqueduct used for in Ancient Rome? • Romans used aqueducts for carrying water to the building.

  10. Lesson 4 Sol Objective: 3.2 TSW develop basic technology skills Lesson 4 Without Technology: TSW identify parts of the computer. Lesson 4 Technology-Infused: TSW use graphics and complete a computer matching by identifying parts of the computer and labeling them on the computer Method of Single or Multiple Computer Use: Students will use a single computer to complete this activity.

  11. Lesson 4: Student Sample Directions: Draw a line to match each computer terms to the correct picture.

  12. Extra Credit Lesson 5 Sol Objective: 3.1 TSW explain the contributions of Ancient Rome in terms of architecture, government, and sports. Lesson 5 Without Technology: TSW complete a Pretest on Ancient Rome using pencil and paper. Lesson 5 Technology-Infused: TSW go to a designated class computer and complete a computer generated pretest on Ancient Rome using a database format. Method of Single or Multiple Computer Use: Students will use a designated computer to complete Pretest.

  13. Extra Credit Lesson 5: Student SampleANCIENT ROME PRETEST

  14. Extra Credit Lesson 6 Sol Objective: 3.1 TSW explain how the contributions of ancient Greece and Rome have influenced the present world in terms of architecture, government and sports. Lesson 6 Without Technology: TSW compare and contrast Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome by completing a handout and matching appropriate characteristics with each civilization. Lesson 6 Technology-Infused: TSW compare and contrast Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome by listing appropriate vocabulary on a spreadsheet. Method of Single or Multiple Computer Use: Students will complete this lesson on a simple computer.

  15. Extra Credit Lesson 6: Student Sample Put the following words under the correct heading. Farmers, road builders, traders, republic, democracy, columns, Parthenon, Pantheon, arches, columns, Europe, shipbuilders, Mediterranean Sea, hills, Compare and Contrast Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome

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