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COGNITIVE REMEMBE

LEVEL
R (B1)
QUESTION
CUES/
VERBS

Tell, List,
Describe,
Relate, Locate,
Write, Find,
State, Name,
Identify, Label,
Recall, Define,
Recognize,
Match,
Reproduce,
Memorize, Draw,
Select, Recite

UNDERSTAND
(B2)
Explain, Interpret,
Outline, Discuss,
Distinguish, Predict,
Restate, Translate,
Compare, Describe,
Relate, Generalize,
Summarize

APPLY (B3)
Show, Solve, Use,
Illustrate, Construct,
Complete, Examine,
Classify, Choose,
Interpret, Make, Put
together, Apply,
Calculate, Modify

ANALYZE
(B4)
Analyze,
Distinguish,
Examine,
Compare,
Contrast,
Investigate,
Identify, Explain,
Separate,
Categorize, Model

EVALUATE (B5)
Judge, Select, Choose,
Decide, Justify, Debate,
Verify, Argue,
Recommend, Assess,
Discuss, Determine,
Estimate, Weigh, Value,
Defend

CREATE (B6)
Create, Invent, Compose,
Predict, Plan, Construct,
Design, Imagine, Propose,
Formulate, Combine,
Elaborate, Write

Standard/Essential Knowledge and Skills:


The student will demonstrate knowledge of ancient Rome from about 700 B.C. (B.C.E.) to 500 A.D. (C.E.) in terms of
its impact on Western civilization by
a) assessing the influence of geography on Roman economic, social, and political development; (B5)
b) describing Roman mythology and religion; (B1)
c) explaining the social structure and role of slavery, significance of citizenship, and the development of
democratic features in the government of the Roman Republic; (B2)
d) sequencing events leading to Roman military domination of the Mediterranean basin and Western Europe
and the spread of Roman culture in these areas; (B3)
e) assessing the impact of military conquests on the army, economy, and social structure of Rome; (B5)
f)
assessing the roles of Julius and Augustus Caesar in the collapse of the Republic and the rise of imperial
monarchs; (B5)
g) explaining the economic, social, and political impact of the Pax Romana; (B2)
h) describing the origin, beliefs, traditions, customs, and spread of Christianity; (B1)
i)
explaining the development and significance of the Church in the late Roman Empire;
j)
listing contributions in art and architecture, technology and science, medicine, literature and history,
language, religious institutions, and law; (B1)
k) citing the reasons for the decline and fall of the Western Roman Empire. (B2)

Vocabulary:

Mediterranean basin, mythology, patricians, plebeians, representative democracy (republic), consuls,


Assembly, Senate, Twelve Tables, Punic Wars, inflation, devaluation, Triumvirate, Pax Romana, civil
service, incarnation, doctrine, martyr, Apostle

Assessment Type and Cognitive Level:


Formative: Creative Assignments used to verify effort and
interest. Quiz is used halfway through the week to check
retention of information before the test.
Summative: The test at the end of the unit is the main
summative evaluation for Rome.

Homework Assignments:
Monday

Finish all class work not completed in


class

Tuesday

Finish all class work not completed in


class

Wednesday

Finish all class work not completed in


class

Thursday

Study for Test

Friday

N/A

DATE
Hook/ Essential
Question

Learning Plan, Activities,


Planned Questions
(Include
time allotted to specific
activities)

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Introduction to
What were the
the Geography of Punic Wars?
Rome

How did
Christianity
impact
Rome?

Why did the Roman Review & Test


Empire fall?

Bellringer- What Bellringercountry did Rome Romulus &


develop in?
Remus Story &
------------------------- Worksheet
Notes- Geo of
---------------------Rome
--Italy
Notes- Punic
Wars
Mountains
------------------------- Carthage
Rome Foldable
---------------------Map
-------------------------Monday Video
Mannequin
-Design
Gladiator &
Senator
-----------------------

BellringerWho was
Julius
Caesar?
---------------------NotesChristianity
Constantine
----------------------

Bellringer- Who
was Carthage?
--------------------Bellringer- Name
Notes- Fall of
three interesting
Rome
things about
-Foreign Rome?
Invasions ------------------------------------------Review Game
----------------------Rome Timeline
--------------------Rome Test
----------------------Rome Study Guide Anticipation VideoByzantine Empire

Rome
DossierDetailed look
at the Rise of
Christanity
----------------------

j
Rome Quiz
Differentiation
(Above, On, and/or Below
Grade Level)

Closure

A
Map allows for
more detail
added

Mannequin
Dossier
allows for more allows for
detail added
students to
add depth

Timeline allows for Test covers all


depth & creativity Rome topics

O
Basic
requirements
align with SOLs

Basic
requirements
Align with
SOLs

Basic
Basic requirements Basic requirements
requirements align with SOLs
align with SOLs
align with
SOLs

B
Points can be
gained via
creativity

Points can be
gained via
creativity

Dossier is
done in
groups for
extra help

Points can be
gained via
creativity

What made Rome What happened What was


What were the
more united than to Carthage in done to early main causes for
Greece?
the end?
Christians in the Fall of Rome?
Rome?

Review Game
allows for fun
review of topics
Do you think the
Byzantines will be
similar to the
Romans?

Reflection

What significance How will this


is the
victory affect
environment in
Rome?
Italy?

How did
Rome affect
the
beginning of
Christianity?

What do you think Did you all feel


would have
prepared for the
happened if Rome test?
had not fallen?