Fall of Rome

Lesson Plan

Marion Wadowski
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published on 14 January 2020
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Here you will find a 5-minute podcast explaining in simple terms why Rome fell, a short text to fill in and a diagram to complete based on that podcast. The transcript and answer keys are all included.

You also have a choice of two wrap-up activities/open questions, should you want to go further, according to your students’ level of abilities.

Check out our other resources on ancient Rome:

  • Governments and Society
  • Rome's Legacy
  • Tools to give your students such as tips to write a great essay
  • Tools to make your life easier, such as marking grids

And soon:

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Marion Wadowski
Marion heads AHE's educational activities. She has been working in education for over a decade, both children and adults. Coupling this with her entrepreneurial background, her goal is to help make history fun to learn and easy to teach.

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