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Title: CIVILIZATIONS PAST TO PRESENT: ROME


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CIVILIZATIONS PAST TO PRESENT ROME By Kevin
Supples
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DAY ONE
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THE COLOSSEUM
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graffiti chunk graf-fit-i (i /long e/) drawings
on public surfaces, usually without
permission The mayor said that the building was
ruined by graffiti.
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overlooked chunk over-look-ed had a view
over The house high on the hill overlooked the
smaller houses in the valley.
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rebuilt prefix base word re built made
changes, built again The neighbors came together
and rebuilt Mr. Chans home after the fire
destroyed it.
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public chunk pub-lic open to all The public
library is open more hours than the school
library.
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foreigners chunk for-eign-ers (eign / in/
) people outside their own country The foreigners
wanted to visit many historic places before they
returned to their own country.
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performed base word ending perform
ed played, presented, acted Tasha performed in
the school play, Cinderella.
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communicating base word ending communicat(e)
ing Jeremiah maintained his friendship with
Violet by communicating with her through e-mail.
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stadiums chunk sta-di-ums (a /long a/) large
open buildings made for audiences to view games
or other events Ronnies goal is to visit all the
different baseball stadiums in the United States.
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A young man named Raul visited a dry, hot spot in
Arizona. The sun was bright, and it beat down on
the soft, pale sand. Raul began to sweat. There
were no animals or birds anywhere in sight.
There was no water, only tumbleweeds and tall
cactuses. Ten years later, Raul took his young
son to visit the same area. It was very hot.
Birds sat on the cactuses, and small animals
scurried around. This time, Raul saw a small
pool of water. He saw more tumbleweeds and
cactuses than on his first visit.
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  • TEAM TALK- DAY ONE
  • 1. Which of the following is the main idea for
    page 8? (WRITE)
  • In ancient Rome, people dumped their trash on the
    streets.
  • People in ancient Rome did not like living in the
    city.
  • Most people in ancient Rome lived in small
    apartments.
  • Rich Romans lived in houses with atriums.
  • Support your answer.
  • Why were olives an important crop in ancient
    Rome?
  • Explain how country living in ancient Rome was
    different from country living in Italy today.
    (WRITE)

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PARTNER READING-DAY ONE READ PAGES 8-9 ALOUD WITH
PARTNERS EXTENDER QUESTION If you lived in
ancient Rome, would you rather live in the city
or in the country? Why?
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VOCABULARY Choose a word from the list to use in
a meaningful sentence. graffiti foreigners pub
lic communicating overlooked performed rebu
ilt stadiums
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ADVENTURES IN WRITING Imagine that you have a
chance to meet someone who lived in ancient Rome.
Write at least three questions you would ask
that person in an interview. Then use your text
to help you think of answers the Roman might
give. Keep in mind that you should write the
questions and answers as if they are being spoken.
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DAY TWO
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TWO MINUTE EDIT Wigz were populer with rich,roman
women The wigs were either blonde or black? (5)
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TWO MINUTE EDIT ANSWERS Wigz were populer with
rich,roman women. The wigs were either blonde or
black? (5)
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  • TEAM TALK-DAY TWO
  • How do we know how the ancient Romans dressed and
    looked?
  • Write a question for your classmates from the
    section titled Food.
  • How were the schools in ancient Rome different
    from the schools in Italy today?

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PARTNER READING-DAY TWO Read pages 12-13 aloud
with your partner. EXTENDER- What food is Italy
famous for today?
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VOCABULARY Choose a word from the list to use in
a meaningful sentence. graffiti foreigners pub
lic communicating overlooked performed rebui
lt stadiums REMEMBER TO USE A NEW WORD!
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ADVENTURES IN WRITING-DAY TWO Remember that when
you write your interview questions and answers,
they should sound natural, as if they were
spoken. For example, my first question might be
So Prince Nicholas, what do you like best about
living in Rome? Then, for an answer, I might
write, Well, I love the delicious food the best!
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DAY THREE
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TOU R OF ITALY
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TWO MINUTE EDIT-DAY THREE The colosseum be a huge
theater in Roam. Over 50000 peepul cud sit in
it! (6)
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TWO MINUTE EDIT-DAY THREE The colosseum be a
huge theater in Roam. Over 50000 peepul cud sit
in it! (6)
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  • TEAM TALK-DAY THREE
  • Which of the following is an opinion from the
    text?
  • Some baths had their own libraries, gardens, and
    art collections.
  • The baths built by the emperors were the biggest
    and best.
  • Some of the largest baths are used as museums and
    concert halls.
  • The baths were open to everyone-even slaves and
    foreigners.
  • Why are movies an important part of Romes
    economy? (WRITE)
  • How was theater in ancient Rome similar to
    theater in Italy today? (WRITE)

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PARTNER READING-DAY THREE Read pages 16-17 aloud
with your partner. EXTENDER Why do you think some
western movies are called spaghetti Westerns?
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VOCABULARY Choose a word from the list to use in
a meaningful sentence. graffiti foreigners pub
lic communicating overlooked performed rebui
lt stadiums REMEMBER TO USE A NEW WORD!
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ADVENTURES IN WRITING Review the writing
prompt. Have your partner edit your paper. Make
the necessary corrections.
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DAY FOUR
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TWO MINUTE EDIT-DAY FOUR Training two bee a
soldier was hard work. Most soldiers was in the
army four years. (4)
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TWO MINUTE EDIT-DAY FOUR Training two bee a
soldier was hard work. Most soldiers was in the
army four years.
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ITALIAN PHRASES
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ITALIAN PRONUNCIATION ENGLISH Buon
giorno bwon zhor-no good
morning Ciao chow hello Arrivederci oh
ree-vuh dehr-chee good bye Per favore pehr
fah-voh-reh please Grazie graht-
zee-eh thank you Prego preh-goh
youre
welcome Scusi skoo-zee excuse
me Andiamo! Ahn-dee-ah-mo Lets go!
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  • TEAM TALK- DAY FOUR
  • Were roads important in ancient Rome? Explain
    your answer. (WRITE)
  • What happened after an emperor died in Rome?
  • The country voted for a new emperor.
  • The prime minister became the next ruler.
  • The emperors son usually became the next ruler.
  • The country voted for a president.
  • 3. How are leaders of Italy today different from
    the leaders of ancient Rome? (WRITE)

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PARTNER READING-DAY FOUR Read pages 19-20 with
your partner aloud. EXTENDER Do you think that
Augustus was a good ruler? Why or why not?
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VOCABULARY Choose a word from the list to use in
a meaningful sentence. graffiti foreigners pub
lic communicating overlooked performed rebui
lt stadiums REMEMBER TO USE A NEW WORD!
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ADVENTURES IN WRITING Review the writing
prompt. Make any needed revisions.
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