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Teacher: Luke Johnson Subject: World History

State Standards: SS.C2.SR2.HS.PO3 Analyze the enduring Roman contributions and their impact on later
civilization: development of concepts of government and citizenship

Objectives: The students will comprehend the fall of the Roman Republic by identifying the key factors such
as civil wars and Sullas proscriptions.

Evidence of Mastery (Measurable): Students will work with a partner and together outline three reasons why
they believe the Republic fell.
Sub-objectives, SWBAT (Sequenced from basic to complex): Begin with Marius and Sulla civil wars,
Sullas proscriptions, then the Triumvirate and rise of Caesar, end with Caesar being declared dictator for life.

Key vocabulary: Julius Caesar, Materials/Technology Resources to be Used: Teacher will present with a
Lucius Sulla, Gaius Marius, PowerPoint and students will use Cornell notes provided.
proscriptions, civil war,
Triumvirate, Marcus Crassus,
Gnaeus Pompey
Opening (state objectives, connect to previous learning, and make relevant to real life): Think back to our
lesson about the Roman military and the reforms. Remember now that these armies are loyal to one man.
Today we are going to see the consequences of these reforms.
Instructional Input

Teacher Will: Begin the PowerPoint presentation Student Will: Take notes using the Cornell
teaching about Marius seventh consulship and his Notes provided.
attempt to take the army from Sulla. Move on to
Sulla marching on Rome (twice) and becoming
dictator. Teacher will check for understanding.
Guided Practice

Teacher Will: Discuss and explain proscriptions to Student Will: Engage with teacher discussions
students and why they were used. Ask students how about proscriptions.
they would feel if they were still used today. Teacher
will check for understanding.
Independent Practice

Teacher Will: Use PowerPoint to explain the Student Will: Take notes using Cornell notes
Triumvirate between Caesar, Crassus and Pompey. and engage teacher in discussion
Move on to death of Crassus, Caesar crossing the
Rubicon and ensuing civil wars. Discuss with
students why Caesar named himself Dictator for life
but Sulla didnt. Teacher will check for
understanding.

Closure/Student Reflection: As an exit ticket students will write down whether they think the fall of the
Republic was inevitable, why or why not

Assessment Questions:
1) During the Roman era what was the name of the lists that confiscated land and allowed for citizens to
be executed?
A) Patriotism
B) Philanthropy
C) Proscription
D) Programs
2) During the Roman era who was named Dictator for life?
A) Lucius Cornelius Sulla
B) Gaius Marius
C) Marcus Tullius Cicero
D) Julius Caesar
3) During the Roman era what was the name of the pact formed between three powerful men?
A) The Three Partners
B) The Triumvirate
C) The Three Amigos
D) The Tritons

Accommodations: All 504s and IEPs will be followed