Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Ancient Rome Detective

In "Ancient Rome: You Are There" your goal was to survive the day. Now, you are back in ancient Rome but you have a different objective: to become an ancient Rome detective and solve these clues. It is your job to identify the 10 suspects and bring them to justice. These people/things have been out pillaging the country side, so it is your job to find them to stop their destruction. Follow the instructions on the Rome Detective PowerPoint. You will record your findings in your work packet. Good Luck, detective. 
Extend the Learning: Once you have figured out all of the 10 suspects, select ONE of them and write a 4-5 sentence paragraph, providing more detail/explanation of that topic. This brief research project is a Common Core State Standard. You will post a comment.

1 comment:

9LandonKocer said...

SPQR- SPQR stood for Senatus Que Romanusa- the Senate and the people of Rome. The people of Rome were proud of their new government. Public buildings, new coins, and even park benches got the letters SPQR added to them. They were no longer ruled by a king but by a Rome republic.