This is an example of the Roman legacy of language. Almost all our prefixes, roots, and suffixes are based off of Latin ones. This video breaks the three down and teaches you how to use them correctly. I chose to use this video because it teaches you about prefixes, roots, and suffixes in a fun and easy to understand rap.
Roman Numerals are part of the Roman's legacy of language their numerals or numbers are still in use today! This video gives you an easy to follow tutorial on how to read and understand Roman numerals. He also gives you good tricks to help you remember them. I chose this video because it is informational and it helps you understand the Roman legacy further.
The white house is one of the most impressive buildings in U.S. history and it was based off of Roman architecture. Rome is most famous for it's buildings and they passed down that legacy of architecture to America. This article talks about how the White House was built and about what it has been through. Did you know the British tried to burn it down in 1814? I chose this article because it is about one of the most iconic U.S. buildings.
The Capitol Building is a great example of the Roman legacy of architecture. The Capitol Building was built after the Roman style of using columns and domes. The Capitol Building is one of the most important structures in our country and this article talks about the process of repairing it and why it is so important to do so. I chose this article because it shows how Roman architecture is still alive today.
This demonstrates the Roman legacy of law and voting. This article discusses how a bill becomes law. It goes through all the steps taken to make it a law, it has to go through the house of representatives, then the senate, and finally the president signs it. I selected this article because it talks about how laws are made today in the United States of America. This is just a more complex way of how the Romans did it in their republic.
The Romans used to elect their leaders in ancient times through voting. We adopted this method and still use it today. This article talks about how the U.S. really elects it's presidents with the electoral college and how much your vote counts. I selected this article because it discusses voting and citizenship.