The Democratic Tradition
Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:
10.1 – Students will be able to relate the moral and ethical principals in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, in Judaism, and in Christianity to the development of Western political thought.
*Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal written with this downloadable guide -> SmartGoals Template for Educators
Students will know their Roman History to 90% accuracy.
Students will be ready for a vocabulary quiz.
*Lesson objective written with this downloadable guide -> Writing Learning Objectives Guide
There will be no warm up today. Period 2 now has a seating chart. Look below to find your name and your group. Click/Tap image to enlarge.
Task #1 – For those that were absent Friday.
Download the Cornell Note document below for Rome if you have not already.
DOWNLOADABLE FILE -> Cornell Notes (V2)
Once you have downloaded it, click on the blue “Share” button on the top right. It will ask you to “Save as Google Doc”. Click “Yes”. Then wait a second and click the blue “Share” button again. This time it will as who do you want to share your work to. Type in MrTylersLessons@gmail.com Now your work is saved !
Chang the title to “Period 2 – Your Name – Rome Cornell Notes”
I am going to review Cornell Notes as a strategy with you if you are already aware of how it works or introduce them to you if this is your first time.
Once we have the hang of it you are going to go through and break down Chapter 6 Section 1 of your book. Click on one of the links below to read through the text.
Task #2 – Reading Analysis
In our Cornell notes we have already broken down 2 of the 3 sections about Rome. Today we are going to finish off our breakdown.
Downloadable Textbook Section 6.1 -> 6.1-The Roman Republic
Website Version -> Section 6.1: The Roman Republic
Task #3 – Rome Vocabulary
We are going to go over the Rome vocabulary and then create a cheat sheet like we did with Greece.
Task #4 – Rome Vocabulary Quiz
Now we are going to take a quiz on our Roman vocabulary words.
Ticket Out the Door:
There will be no ticket out the door today.
Review the material from today and be ready for a brief quiz tomorrow morning right after the bell.