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Homework
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R-4 due tomorrow
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Next current events article due Friday.
Aim #7: Were the Senators of Rome
justified in murdering Julius Caesar?
Teams – Period 2
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Will – Nico
Joe – Sabrina
Julian – Sid
Bryce – Alex
Courtney – Isabelle
Bella – Jodi
Christina – Maegan
Caroline – Menglu
Kylie - Brianna
Gina – Michael
Ross – Stephanie
Chris - Gabe
Nick B – Jacey
Hailey – Amy
Period 6 Teams
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Seanne – Jamie
Emily – Quinn
Karen - Marisa
Natalie – Kaylie
Francesca – Joe
Ben- Karter
Alycia – Isabella
Angeli – Michael R
Ismael – Nicole
Michael M – Monica
Leo – Dean
Michael P - Guanming
Period 7 Teams
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Michael – Rebecca
Kyra – Jack Y - Ariana
Isha – Nicole
Lara – Aidan
Kyle – Caroline
Jack O – Polina
Josh – Charlie
Tyler – Andrew
Erin – Chris
William – Demetri
Emily - Alyssa
Gloria – Katie
Concluding Questions
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Was the collapse of the Roman republic
inevitable? Is there anything the Romans
could have done to save their republic?
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Julius Caesar’s hero was Alexander the
Great, and he spent most of his life trying to
follow in the footsteps of Alexander.
Ultimately, which of these two figures do you
think had the greatest impact on history, and
why?
Concluding Question:
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Was the collapse of the Roman republic
inevitable? Is there anything the Romans
could have done to save their republic?