Republic- A form of government in which leaders are elected to represent the people.
Patrician- in the Roman Republic, a member of the upper ruling class.
Plebian- in the Roman Republic, one of the common people.
Veto- to refuse to approve proposals of government
Dictator- a ruler with absolute power
Gladiator- a person trained to fight for public entertainment
Civic Duty- the responsibilities of a citizen
Pax Romana- a 200-year period of peace and stability established and maintained by the Roman empire
Reforms- to improve a system or organization
Consul- one of two chief leaders in Rome
|Subject Area||World History / Advanced World History|
|Week #||April 26-30 2021|
|Unit of Instruction||Ancient Rome|
SS.6.W.3.9- Explain the impact of the Punic Wars on the development of the Roman Empire
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Students this week will discuss the events that took place during the Punic Wars. We will watch videos and go over the 3 major wars that lasted over 100 years!
Innovation Students: You will Complete your Edgenuity lesson on the Punic Wars. The quiz will be taken as a formative grade.
Face to Face Students: You will work on doodle notes, we will watch some videos on Spartacus and the Punic Wars in class.
Vocabulary Quiz for ALL students
Innovation: Edgenuity Lesson “Rome and the Punic Wars”
Face to Face: Punic War Doodle Notes will be pasted into your spiral notebooks.
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