Daily Life in Ancient Rome

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Marion Wadowski
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published on 21 January 2020
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You will find here five lesson plans including classroom activities, assignments, homework, and keys as well as:

  • Multiple choice quiz questions in an excel format
  • Glossary of keywords and concepts in an excel format
  • Open questions adaptable for debates, presentations and essays
  • Recommended resources to provide you and your students a comprehensive list of trustworthy references on the topic (includes all media types: videos, texts, primary resources, maps, podcasts, 3D models, etc.)

Your 5 lesson plans will allow you to teach:

  • Roman food
  • Roman housing
  • Roman daily life
  • Roman Cena seating
  • Roman amusements

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TES Cover image from Ancient History Magazine / Karwansaray Publishers, used with permission.

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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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