OK! This lesson plan on the Fall of Rome, as below, is the tenth of ten lessons, logically and chronologically, from a global studies unit on ancient Rome.
This lesson opens, if you are so inclined, with this Cultural Literacy worksheet on, unsurprisingly, the fall of Rome. If the lesson continues into a second day, then you might want this context clues worksheet on the verb submit, which is used both intransitively and transitively.
And, lastly for this, the tenth of ten posts (see below), here is the short reading and comprehension questions that are the principal work of this lesson.
That’s it. I hope this material is useful.
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