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This product includes two legends about the founding of Rome. One is the story of Romulus and Remus. The other is the legend of the Trojan hero Aeneas.
After students read each story, they choose one to illustrate in a comic strip. They can then display their comic strip by sliding it back and forth underneath the attached T.V. screen. Students will also write a summary of their comic strip.
This activity is one in a series of interactive notebook lessons on ancient Greece. It can be used as part of the interactive notebook or alone as a independent lesson for ancient Rome. Please visit my store to see more from this series.
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Sailing Into Sixth
My name is Sarah Boudreaux. I have been a sixth grade teacher for 10 years. I teach science and social studies and love creating engaging activities and lessons for my students. I hope that you enjoy my products!