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Roman Project Day 1

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Amelia Merwin

on 9 October 2014

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Roman Project Day 1
Do Now - Wednesday, October 1, 2014
1. A Primary Source is written by someone who _____________ an event happen.

2. A Primary Source might be a letter, a diary entry, or a _____________.

3. A ________ might be either a Primary or a Secondary Source, depending on who made it.

4. A Secondary Source could be a ________, a lecture by a history teacher, or a documentary about the 1800s made today.
This Week and Next Week's Learning Objective

1. SWBAT
create
a
primary source
that accurately represents a transformation in Ancient Rome.
Check for Understanding:
Project Scavenger Hunt
Answer these questions in your Do Now notebook
Exit Ticket!
No Voices
Independent
Quality Work :)
Pair Share - Make a list
What
specific details
can I include in my project to show that I understand this historical transformation?
2. SWBAT
explain

(in an informative writing piece)
how this artifact represents a
transformation that Rome went
through.
Review "Primary or Secondary?" Homework
Mini Raffle!
Primary Source: Artifact
Secondary Source: Explanation
WORD BANK

photograph
textbook
witnessed
painting
Step 1: Choose your TRANSFORMATION
Step 2: Choose your Project Option.
EXAMPLE: If I am making a letter about Constantinople, I can write about it having
perfume
and
ivory
to trade.
1. What is the due date of the Primary Source?
2. What is the due date of the Secondary Source?

3. What types of specific details should you include in your Primary Source?

4. What is the investigation question you will be answering in Part 2?
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