Do As The Romans Do!
This website is part of a collaborative project developed by
Susan Simmons, email@example.com
This webpage has been completed as partial fullfillment of the requirements for Computers in the Classroom, EDU 553.
Instructor: Dr. David L. Stoloff, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
EASTERN CONNECTICUT UNIVERTSITY, November 2008
Please view the enclosed power point on the Architecture of Ancient Rome and the corresponding lesson plans. The purpose of this series of lessons is to introduce students at the high school level to the architecture of Ancient Rome. Students will participate in hands on activities which will enhance their understanding of this time period in history and what it was like to “do as the Romans do”. The lessons have been planned for a geometry course but can be adapted to fit the needs of a pre algebra or algebra class.
Power Point Presentation on the Architecture of Ancient Rome:
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David L. Stoloff, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Education Department, Eastern Connecticut State University, 83 Windham Street, Webb Hall Room 129, Willimantic, CT 06226, tel. no. (860) 465 - 5501, fax. no. (860) 465 - 5099, email: email@example.com , WWW: http://www.easternct.edu/depts/edu/stoloff.html
Disclaimer: The CultureQuest Projects linked to this index represent the collaboration of students, teacher candidates, teachers, and/or university faculty members and do not represent the official position of the Education Department and/or Eastern Connecticut State University.
this website was last updated on July 31, 2006.