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  • 1. Student Page [Teacher Page] VISIT ANCIENT ROME Title Introduction Designed by Kyle Archer for 8th grade History students Task Process Kra15@zips.uakron.edu Evaluation Conclusion http://dowling.mpls.k12.mn.us/ancient_rome Credits Based on a template from The WebQuest Page
  • 2. Student Page [Teacher Page] Title Introduction Introduction Task WELCOME! This is time traveling 101. You have been selected by the Government to be a part of the first ever time travel attempt. This mission is Process extremely confidential and it is imperative that we have nothing other then Evaluation success. Now that you know whats at stake you should know your destination…Pack up your suitcase you are going to ANCIENT ROME! Conclusion Credits http://rome.mrdonn.org/index.1.gif
  • 3. Student Page [Teacher Page] The Task We are asking you and your group to gather information in 3 different areas of ancient Title Rome. One role for each of you. When you have gathered enough information you and your group will make a PowerPoint 10 slides in length putting it all together. You will Introduction present this to the public upon your arrival back to the year 2012. Task Process Evaluation Conclusion http://ancienthistory.mrdonn.org/rome02.gif Credits
  • 4. Student Page [Teacher Page] The Process We are asking that you become experts in your chosen roles. You are required to gather facts and other information that will contribute to a better under standing of ancient Rome. Title The roles are as follows: Role 1 Architecture Evaluation- Your role is too shed light into the architecture of ancient Rome. Famous Architecture? Famous Architects? Introduction Purposes? Etc. Task Role 2 Daily Life Expert- Your role is to formulate an understanding of the normal ancient roman. You should be able to tell us what went on in the everyday life of a ancient roman citizen. What did they do for work? What was the family like? Recreation/ gladiator games? Etc. Process Role 3 Military Expert- your role is to shed insight into the famous roman army. You should focus on describing military philosophies, weapons and famous battles. Important generals? Armor? Solders? Evaluation Below is a list of websites you need to use to gather this information. www.history.com/ Conclusion http://www.rome.mrdonn.org/ http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/a_history_of_ancient_rome.htm http://ancient-rome.com/ The State Hermitage Museum: Collection Highlights   When you have become an expert in these areas, you are to combine your information with that of the rest of your group. Now make a   PowerPoint to show us the knowledge you have gained. Your presentation should have at least 10 slides.   Please include the following:  A convincing opening   Each “expert” should contribute on his or her own special area. Pictures that give a look into the past Credits
  • 5. Student Page [Teacher Page] Title Evaluation Multimedia Project : Ancient Rome Powerpoint Introduction Task Teacher Name: Process Mr.archer Evaluation Student Name: ________________________________________ Conclusion CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Presentation Well-rehearsed with Rehearsed with fairly Delivery not smooth, Delivery not smooth smooth delivery that smooth delivery that but able to maintain and audience attention holds audience holds audience interest of the audience often lost. attention. attention most of the most of the time. time. Organization Content is well Uses headings or Content is logically There was no clear or organized using bulleted lists to organized for the most logical organizational headings or bulleted organize, but the part. structure, just lots of lists to group related overall organization of facts. material. topics appears flawed. Content Covers topic in-depth Includes essential Includes essential Content is minimal OR with details and knowledge about the information about the there are several factual examples. Subject topic. Subject topic but there are 1-2 errors. knowledge is excellent. knowledge appears to factual errors. be good. Mechanics No misspellings or Three or fewer Four misspellings More than 4 errors in grammatical errors. misspellings and/or and/or grammatical spelling or grammar. mechanical errors. errors. Credits
  • 6. Student Page [Teacher Page] Conclusion Way to go time travelers. Thanks to you we now have a large understanding of ancient Title Rome. There is still work to be done and it is up to you to learn more about this fascinating empire. So get on your computers and do some research for your selves. Go to the library Introduction and check out some books. Watch some movies about Rome. You can never learn to much! Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits
  • 7. Student Page [Teacher Page] Credits & References Special thanks to the following sites who provided clipart and  images for this webquest. Title http://rome.mrdonn.org/index.1.gif Introduction http://ancienthistory.mrdonn.org/rome02.gif Task http://dowling.mpls.k12.mn.us/ancient_rome Process http://rome.phillipmartin.info/rome_boy.gif Evaluation Conclusion References www.history.com/ http://www.rome.mrdonn.org/ http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/a_history_of_ancient_rome.htm http://ancient-rome.com/ The State Hermitage Museum: Collection Highlights Credits
  • 8. [Student Page]Teacher Page Curriculum Standards (Teacher) As a result of performing this webquest the students will get a general  Title understanding of the subject of ancient Rome in which the teacher can build on in  the curriculum. Students will learn how to take different types of information and  Introduction combine it into a polished group effort. This webquest teaches students to work  Learners independently as well as in groups and this can be very beneficial to learning. The  success of this lesson is made evident in the PowerPoint presentations hat will take  Standards place. A success should show that the students found interesting and creative facts  about ancient Rome. The presentation will prove to be informative and well put  Process together. Resources EvaluationTeacher Script Conclusion Credits

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