As above and below, this lesson plan on Rome and Christianity is number eight of a ten-lesson global studies unit on ancient Rome.
This lesson opens with this context clues worksheet on the noun treaty as well as a on the verb unite (it’s used both intransitively and transitively) if the lesson, as I intended for my own use, continues into a second day. And here is the reading and comprehension questions that are at the center of this lesson.
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