Rome Wasn't Built in a Day

Rome Wasn't Built in a Day
Candace Jefferies

Students in Ms. Endicott's Medieval History class recently explored the different government structures of the Roman period.

Student groups were tasked with building towers out of coffee stirrers and tape representing different government types, including anarchy, dictatorship, republic, democracy, and monarchy.

group of students
med history group 2

The students had to follow specific rules to complete the towers. Once the towers were completed, the class engaged in a thought-provoking discussion, weighing the advantages and disadvantages of each government system.

What a great way to launch their lessons on the Roman Republic!


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