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Famous Inspirational Leadership Quotes, Images, Wallpapers and advice to motivate you to be the best version of Yourself. Read, share and download the best quotes about leadership. Famous Leadership Quotes “Example is leadership.” – Albert Schweitzer “Don’t follow the crowd, let the crowd follow you.” —Margaret Thatcher Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into […]
Ancient Rome Indraprastha Infographic.
I am providing this and the details about Indraprastha, now Delhi of the Mahabharata times, bulit by Viswakarma, the Deva Sculptor on th eorders of Indra for the Panadavas. The descriptions are fou…
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A glimpse of teenage life in ancient Rome - Ray Laurence
Sign up for our newsletter and never miss an animation: http://bit.ly/TEDEdNewsletterWelcome to the world of Lucius Popidius Secundus, a 17-year old living i...
Ah, Artemis! Goddess of the wilderness, mistress of the moon, patron of untrammeled womanhood. She races through the hills with her beloved animals, fleet-footed and shining. Artemis is one of the most venerated deities in all of Greek mythology, not to mention one of the most complex. She may be descended from a Neolithic Great […]
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Ancient Rome Emperors: Students Timeline the (Good and Bad) Roman Emperors!
In this engaging Roman Emperors resource, students create a timeline where they focus on 7 of the best (and the worst) Roman Emperors in Ancient Rome to understand the achievements of the Roman Emperors. Students will read the attached article "Roman Emperors and Their Achievements (or lack thereof...
Beware the Ides of March
Beware the Ides of March March 14th is often celebrated as "pi" day by my math colleagues, but March 15th is a day my fellow English and social studies teachers celebrate in honor of Julius Caesar. Do you do anything special in your classroom on this day? I am usually teaching Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Julius Caesar with my sophomores and try to time it so we are performing Act III in class on the ides of March. PROPS: My students love to dress the part, so I have several sheets that have…
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