The 7th graders started a new unit covering the Fall of Rome, the Legacy Rome left behind, and Medieval Europe. In order to get a perspective into the history of Rome, the 7th graders created Roman skits and spent the class as Romans!
7th Grade Skits On Roman History
From Paul-Michael Ogburn, History Teacher:
The 7th graders in Global Insights class just started a new unit that will cover the Fall of Rome, the Legacy Rome left behind, and Medieval Europe. In order to get a perspective into the history of Rome, the 7th graders created Roman skits and spent the class as Romans! The skits covered four different areas of History: Roman Government and Senate, the transition from Republic to Empire, the Life of a Roman, and the Fall of Rome. The kids impressed with their enthusiasm, creativity, and acting chops! We all had fun getting an insight into Rome and it has created a fantastic jumping off point for our unit.
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