Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome

With a partner, you are going to study either Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome. After learning about several ancient civilizations as a whole class, it is time for you to do some independent learning.

Below, you will find several categories with a menu of activities that will help you to organize your final project—which will be an electronic portfolio (on a wiki page) of your learning. Remember, if you draw/create something that isn’t electronic, you can take a picture of it, or scan it, into your wiki page. Be sure that you complete the required number of activities from each section.

As part of your introduction to your ancient civilization, you and your partner need to.....

1. Complete the Kids Discover magazine packet for either Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome.

2. Watch a video about your civilization on United Streaming ..... and complete a "quiz" to show what you learned. User Name: derbystudent
Password: dragons

Ancient Greece: Living History: Living in Ancient Greece

Ancient Rome: Living History: Living in the Roman Empire

As you complete each piece of your project.... please upload or link it to the appropriate category below.....



Ben F. & Marcus M. Wiki Terms




Gaius Marius who is the man who organized the army into the best fighting machine on earth. At times it appeared nothing could withstand the mighty legions of Rome. It was Marius who changed the way the army organized itself. Men in the providences could now sign up for the army and after serving they could become Roman citizens. He would give veterans land for serving. He won the battle of Aquae Sextiae and Campi Raudii. Marius proposed a bill that effectively limited the influence of aristocrats on elections. He married into the family of Julius Caesar. He played a critical role in the destruction of the Roman Republic, and the birth of the Roman Empire

The law speaks too softly to be heard amidst the din of arms