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Lesson Plan Template




Language: Latin

Cooperating Teacher:
Objectives (Students will be able to)
Content Objectives
Language Objectives
SWBAT name the different places where
SWBAT name the different places where
the games were held.
the games were held with their Latin
SWBAT compare the Roman games with
those we have in our cultures today.
1.2: Learners understand, interpret, and analyze what is heard, read, or viewed on a
variety of topics.
1.3: Learners present information, concepts, and ideas to inform, explain, persuade, and
narrate on a variety of topics using appropriate media and adapting to various audiences
of listeners, readers, or viewers.
3.1: Learners build, reinforce, and expand their knowledge of other disciplines while
using the language to develop critical thinking and to solve problems creatively.
4.2: Learners use the language to investigate, explain, and reflect on the concept of
culture through comparisons of the cultures studied and their own.
Context (How does it fit into the unit/curriculum?)
This will be towards the middle of the unit. Up to this point the students have been
learning about animals and what their Latin names would be. This would be the second
lesson for the Circus Maximus .
Lesson Materials
Paper, Markers, Books, and Thinglink image
Pre-Activities: Description
Time Frame
Objective(s) Targeted
Something to think about: The students will
5-10 mins
1.1, 1.2
be asked a series of questions to think about
and share with the class. The questions will be
What are some sports teams that you cheer
for? What do you do to cheer them on? How
are sporting events advertised in American
culture? How do you think the Romans would
have advertised sporting events.
After discussing the different questions with
10-15 mins
1.2, 4.1
the students, we will move on to talking about
different ways things are advertised in
American culture today. We will also look at
what the Romans did to advertise for their

different sporting events.

During activities: Description
Students will work in groups of two to create
their own poster advertising the upcoming
race at the Circus Maximus. Students will
have to choose which team they are going to
be cheering for: red, white, blue and green,
and have it written somewhere on their poster.
Other than that the students will be able to
decorate it in any other way that they want to.
After the posters are finished the students will
show the class their poster and tell the class
which team they were cheering for. If needed
the students can have more time to work on
their poster and they can be shared at the
beginning of the next class period.
Post Activities: Description

Time Frame
5-10 mins or
amount of time

Objective(s) Targeted

Time Frame

Objective(s) Targeted

Assessment (How are you assessing students throughout the lesson?)

I will be able to assess the students by looking at the different things that they put on their
posters. Do they have one of the four chariot color teams or did they put a random color
for who they are cheering for? Did they draw the inside of the Circus Maximus? If so
what does it look like?
Differentiation (How are you meeting the needs of different learners?)
By having the students work it pairs it allows for the students to work together to
complete the project. Since they are working with partners I would be able to assign the
partners and have a student who is struggling with understanding with a student who has
a good understanding of what is happening in the class.
Reflections and feedback