Julius Caesar and Augustus Worksheet

Julius Caesar and Augustus Worksheet

The Julius Caesar and Augustus Student Worksheet provides a valuable opportunity for middle school students to learn about two of the most significant individuals of ancient Rome. Through this worksheet, students will have the chance to engage in individual mini-research tasks and expand their understanding of ancient Roman history through inquiry based learning.

Julius Caesar was a military general, statesman, and author who lived from 100 to 44 BCE. He was born into a patrician family in Rome and rose to become one of the most powerful figures in the Roman Republic. Caesar was a charismatic leader and brilliant military strategist who conquered much of Gaul and is famous for his conquest of Britain. He is also known for his role in the collapse of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. Caesar was assassinated in 44 BCE, but his legacy continues to shape Western history to this day.

Augustus, on the other hand, was the first emperor of Rome and the adopted son of Julius Caesar. He was born in 63 BCE and rose to power after the death of Julius Caesar. Augustus was a skilled politician who transformed the Roman Republic into an empire and is credited with stabilising the empire and laying the foundations for its prosperity. He was a visionary leader who transformed Rome into a cultural and architectural wonder, and he is widely regarded as one of the greatest emperors in Roman history.

The Julius Caesar and Augustus Student Worksheet encourages students to engage in individual research tasks to learn more about these two significant individuals of ancient Rome. Through this lesson, students will have the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills, improve their research skills, and gain a deeper understanding of ancient Roman history. This worksheet provides a great foundation for students to build upon as they continue to study ancient Rome and the wider ancient world.

The Julius Caesar and Augustus Student Worksheet is a valuable tool for middle school students who are interested in learning about the history of ancient Rome. This worksheet provides students with a hands-on, inquiry-based learning experience that will help them to better understand the lives and legacy of Julius Caesar and Augustus.

Julius Caesar and Augustus Worksheet

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Resource Information

Description:Individual mini-research task.
Estimated lessons:2-3.
Ages11-14 years
Format PDF. Please note that this worksheet can not be edited.

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