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1 Journal Journal A Which event marked the beginning of the Roman Republic? a. the assassination of Julius Caesar b. the overthrow of Tarquin the Proud and Etruscan rule c. establishment of the Twelve Tables d. the rise of Augustus Journal B What four factors helped make the Roman Empire so powerful? The Romans created a strong government under leadership of Augustus* Pax Romana established peace and prosperity* Well-organized military* Network of Roads*

2 Happy Wednesday August 15, 2018 For the LOVE of history! Check this out

3 Agenda Journal Video: Rome-The Beginning From Republic to Empire pg Reading/Note Taking Cornell Notes Summary Homework Tonight RSG p Worth 2 points per question. Underline or highlight the answer in the text for full credit. Summarize today s Cornell Notes

4 Cornell Note Summary Draw a line under your notes, write Summary Take 2 minutes to read back through your notes. Summarize today s key ideas in at least 4 sentences. Each summary should begin with a main idea/topic sentence (use the left hand main idea from your notes) Your summaries are 2 points each. They add up to about half of the total score of your weekly note packet. Must begin with a main idea sentence Must have at least 4 complete sentences. Must be paraphrased (in your own words; no copying word for word)

5 The Origins of Rome Summary Student Examples P2: Rome began in Italy. The Italian peninsula was inhabited by the Latins the Greeks and Etruscans. Rome was built by the Latins on seven hills next to the Tiber River. Rome grew from a little village to a kingdom to a republic. P4: Rome began on the Italian Peninsula as a small village. Ten thy gradually became a kingdom, then a republic. The Latins, Greeks, and Etruscans lived on the peninsula. The Latins helped build Rome among seven hills.

6 Video: Rome: The Beginning Watch for information from yesterday s class

7 Reading/Cornell Notes Please turn to page 48 in your text. We will be taking Cornell Notes and Reading together. Have your textbook and journal/notes out and ready to go. Set up your Cornell Note page with the title and question below: The Rise and Expansion of Rome Why did Rome change from a kingdom to a republic to an empire? The question goes on the left side of today s Cornell Note page. It is the main idea of today s lesson

8 Lesson Title Cornell Notes Main Idea Question(s) Key Details (in outline format) Should be at least 4 sentences. Begin with the Main Idea.

9 The Rise and Expansion of Rome Why did Rome change from a kingdom to a republic to an empire? Rome became a kingdom during the eighth century B.C.; ruled by Etruscan 1 kings Etruscans; a powerful group from northern Italy. Tarquin the 2 Proud ruled harshly; Romans overthrew him in 510 B.C., and set up a government based on the will of the people (Republic). 3 This marks the end of Rome s kingdom period 4 Real Name Lucius Tarquinius Superbus Murdered his father-in-law to become King with the help of his wife. Tarquin s son assaulted a noble woman and got away with it. She later killed herself. Her family led the revolt against Tarquin ending the kingdom.

10 Why did Rome change from a kingdom to a republic to an empire? Two consuls 1 were the leaders of the republic. To limit their power, 1 year term of office The Senate 2 acted as a check to their power

11 Why did Rome change from a kingdom to a republic to an empire? 1 As Rome became larger and more populated, it became more difficult to govern under a republic. Distribution of power and education became more difficult Decline of the Republic Expanding republic grew unstable; class-based civil 2 war broke out. Julius 3 Caesar brought an end to the civil wars and claimed sole power in 45 B.C.; murdered by opponents Caesar s adopted son (Octavian) 4 took power and claimed title Augustus 5 Divine One.

12 Cornell Note Style Summary Draw a line under your notes Take 2 minutes to read back through your notes. Summarize today s key ideas in at least 4 sentences.

13 The Rise and Expansion of Rome Why did Rome change from a kingdom to a republic to an empire? Rome became a kingdom during the eighth century B.C.; ruled by Etruscan kings Etruscans; a powerful group from northern Italy. Tarquin the Proud ruled harshly; Romans overthrew him in 510 B.C., and set up a government based on the will of the people (Republic). This marks the end of Rome s kingdom period Real Name Lucius Tarquinius Superbus Murdered his father-in-law to become King with the help of his wife. Tarquin s son assaulted a noble woman and got away with it. She later killed herself. Her family led the revolt against Tarquin ending the kingdom.

14 Why did Rome change from a kingdom to a republic to an empire? Two consuls were the leaders of the republic. To limit their power, 1 year term of office The Senate acted as a check to their power

15 Why did Rome change from a kingdom to a republic to an empire? As Rome became larger and more populated, it became more difficult to govern under a republic. Distribution of power and education became more difficult Decline of the Republic Expanding republic grew unstable; class-based civil war broke out. Julius Caesar brought an end to the civil wars and claimed sole power in 45 B.C.; murdered by opponents Caesar s adopted son (Octavian) took power and claimed title Augustus Divine One.

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