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1514. The Legacy of Rome Page 15 Lesson 4 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome L 14 W ARM- U P Look at the Essential Question for this lesson… To what extent.

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3 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome L 14 W ARM- U P Look at the Essential Question for this lesson… To what extent have the contributions of ancient Rome influenced modern society? Brainstorm some areas of life that Rome could have influenced our modern society. What is a “legacy”? LEGACY something handed down from an ancestor or from the past Some examples of “legacy”: He left his children a legacy of love and respect. The war left a legacy of pain and suffering. Her artistic legacy lives on through her children.

4 R 15 L EARNING T ARGET:  I can explain the statement, “Rome perished, yet it lived on.”  legacy  mural  mosaic  fresco  vault  dome VOCAB K ey V ocabulary to add to F lashcard L ist (4-14)  cathedral  aqueduct  scribe  proverb  philosophy Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome

5 R OME TO H OME Place your Reading Notes on Page 15. R 15 REMEMBER, there are two sides! Topic 2: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 7 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.4b (page 13) 2. List and describe two engineering achievements of the Romans. Topic 3: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 2 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.4a (page 12) 2. List and describe at least three architectural features developed or made popular by the Romans. 3. What are two examples of Roman-influenced architecture in modern society, and what features of Roman architecture do they have? Topic 1: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 4 connects to Placard ___ because I think Modern Image 6 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.3 (pages 10-11) 2. List and describe at least three important art forms developed or made popular by the Romans. 3.What are two examples of Roman-influenced art in modern life?

6 R OME TO H OME There are 8 placards around the room, labeled A through H. Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome There are 8 Modern Image Cards, labeled 1 through 8. Modern Image 7 As you examine each Modern Image Card(s) for each topic, match the image to a placard around the room.

7 Topic 2: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 7 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.4b (page 13) 2. List and describe two engineering achievements of the Romans. Topic 3: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 2 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.4a (page 12) 2. List and describe at least three architectural features developed or made popular by the Romans. 3. What are two examples of Roman-influenced architecture in modern society, and what features of Roman architecture do they have? Topic 1: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 4 connects to Placard ___ because I think Modern Image 6 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.3 (pages 10-11) 2. List and describe at least three important art forms developed or made popular by the Romans. 3.What are two examples of Roman-influenced art in modern life? R OME TO H OME Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Under each topic, write the letter of the placard for each Modern Image Card. Some topics may have TWO Modern Image Cards. Then describe the connection between the image and the placard. C they’re both roads that connected places

8 Topic 2: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 7 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.4b (page 13) 2. List and describe two engineering achievements of the Romans. Topic 3: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 2 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.4a (page 12) 2. List and describe at least three architectural features developed or made popular by the Romans. 3. What are two examples of Roman-influenced architecture in modern society, and what features of Roman architecture do they have? Topic 1: ________________________ 1. I think Modern Image 4 connects to Placard ___ because I think Modern Image 6 connects to Placard ___ because Read Section 1.3 (pages 10-11) 2. List and describe at least three important art forms developed or made popular by the Romans. 3.What are two examples of Roman-influenced art in modern life? R OME TO H OME Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Then open to the section in the textbook. Identify the topic. Read and complete the Reading Notes for the section. Use the Key Terms where appropriate when you complete your Reading Notes. Before moving on have me check it. C they’re both roads that connected places Engineering

9 R OME TO H OME When you are completely finished with one topic, return the card(s) and continue to another topic. Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome MURAL a painting on a wall As you find the different vocabulary terms in the reading, create flashcards for them.

10 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 1: ______________________________ 1.I think Modern Image 4 connects to Placard ___ because R OME TO H OME Modern Image 4 B both images are elaborate paintings; show scenes painted on walls.

11 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 1: ______________________________ I think Modern Image 6 connects to Placard ___ because R OME TO H OME Modern Image 6 D both images show a statue;show a national leader.

12 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 1: ______________________________ Read Section 1.3 (pages 10-11) 2.List and describe at least three important art forms developed or made popular by the Romans. 3.What are two examples of Roman-influenced art in modern life? R OME TO H OME ART Romans created realistic statues and colorful mosaics. They also painted frescoes that might show three- dimensional landscapes. Romans made decorative glass bottles, developed the art of gem cutting and metalwork, and created cameos. Some examples of Roman-influenced art forms today are murals in restaurants, banks, and other buildings; lifelike statues; cut gems and cameos. MOSAICS a picture made up of small pieces of tile, glass, or colored stone FRESCO a picture painted on the moist plaster of a wall or ceiling MURAL a painting on a wall

13 Roman Art Select one of the following Roman art forms. Design and create a message about yourself through the art form. Mosaic Mural (Fresco) Cameo E NRICHMENT A CTIVITY Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome

14 Topic 2: ______________________________ 1.I think Modern Image 7 connects to Placard ___ because R OME TO H OME Modern Image 7 C both images focus on roads.

15 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 2: ______________________________ Read Section 1.4b (page 13) 2.List and describe two engineering achievements of the Romans. R OME TO H OME ENGINEERING Aqueducts, which carried water from as far as 60 miles away; a system of 50,000 miles of roads that connected the Roman Empire. AQUEDUCT a pipe or channel built to carry water between distant places

16 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome R OME TO H OME Modern Image 2 H both buildings have pillars; Topic 3: ______________________________ 1.I think Modern Image 2 connects to Placard ___ because the buildings look very much alike.

17 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 3: ______________________________ Read Section 1.4a (page 12) 2.List and describe at least three architectural features developed or made popular by the Romans. 3.What are two examples of Roman-influenced architecture in modern society, and what features of Roman architecture do they have? R OME TO H OME ARCHITECTURE Arches, such as those used in the Roman Colosseum, vaults, arches used to support a ceiling; domes, roofs shaped like a half-globe, such as that found on the Pantheon. Roman-influenced architecture includes the Capitol in Washington, D.C., which has a dome and arches. The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is one huge arch. VAULT an arched structure used to hold up a ceiling or a roof DOME a roof shaped like a half-circle or hemisphere CATHEDRAL a large and important church

18 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 4: ______________________________ 1.I think Modern Image 5 connects to Placard ___ because R OME TO H OME Modern Image 5 A both images show Roman numerals.

19 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 4: ______________________________ I think Modern Image 1 connects to Placard ___ because R OME TO H OME Modern Image 1 F both images focus on October; the modern calendar and the Roman calendar are similar.

20 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 4: ______________________________ Read Section 1.5 (page s 14-15) 2.Explain why Latin remains such an important language in the United States and around the world. 3.How were the numbers 1, 10, 100, and 1,000 written by the Romans? R OME TO H OME LANGUAGE & WRITING Many modern European languages have developed from Latin, including Spanish, French, and Italian. The numbers 1, 10, 100, and 1,000 were written as I, X, C, and M. English also borrows heavily from Latin. Many modern English words start with Latin prefixes or come from Latin roots. Even Latin proverbs are used in the United States. SCRIBE a person trained to write or copy documents by hand PROVERB a popular saying that is meant to express something wise or true “Out of many, one.” “A stitch in time, saves nine!”

21 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 5: ______________________________ 1.I think Modern Image 8 connects to Placard ___ because R OME TO H OME Modern Image 8 E both images involve documents made up of laws; show documents that are read by many people.

22 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 5: ______________________________ Read Section 1.6a & b (pages 16-top of 17) 2.Describe the philosophy of Stoicism. 2.What are some examples of Roman ideas about law and justice present in modern society? R OME TO H OME LAW & PHILOSOPHY Stoicism is the belief that a divine intelligence rules all of nature and that a person’s soul is a spark of that intelligence. The ideas of Roman law and justice live on in documents such as the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, as well as in modern-day courtrooms. Stoics wish to live in a way that agrees with nature and to have a good character. People around the world share the Roman belief that humans have basic and natural rights. PHILOSOPHY the study of wisdom, knowledge, and the nature of reality

23 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 6: ______________________________ I think Modern Image 3 connects to Placard ___ because R OME TO H OME Modern Image 3 G both images depict scenes involving what appears to be a judge; show a courtroom scene.

24 Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Topic 6: ______________________________ Read Section 1.6c (page 17) 2.How did the idea of citizenship descend from ancient Rome to modern times? R OME TO H OME CITIZENSHIP In Rome, all free people were considered citizens and were subject to Roman law. Enjoyed the rights of all Romans, and owed allegiance to the emperor. Today, in the United States, though most citizens are born in the country and immigrants can become citizens of the United States, all citizens share basic rights and must follow the same rules.

25 L 14 W RAP- U P # 1 How would you rate the cultural influences of Rome on the world today? 1 10 Least Influence Most Influence TodayToday Explain your rating. Lesson 4: The Legacy of Rome Art (such as mosaics and murals) Architecture (such as domes and vaults) Latin language Engineering (such as aqueducts and roads) Roman numerals Roman courts and justice Citizenship


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