Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Roman 3D Models!

As our unit on ancient Rome is coming to a close, the students have an opportunity to create 3D models.  Their models should represent structures from ancient Rome.  Each student was given the rubric ahead of time so that they were familiar with the grading criteria.  The students were also given an outline for a research portion.  We started presenting as a class today, and so far the projects have been great!  
Arch of Titus

Aqueduct of Segovia
Roman Warship
The Pantheon
The Colosseum
The Baths of Diocletian
Roman Garden
Temple of Jupiter
Pompeii
The Colosseum
Roman Aqueducts

Gardens of Lucullus







5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great job 6th graders!
All of you are very talented and creative - great work!

Anonymous said...

Wow...what a great job on your structures! Your choices remind me of my trip to Rome. I hope you enjoyed your studies of this area of the world...so much history. Thanks for sharing.

Nader Antar said...

Good Job :D

ConnaBarker said...

From England


Great Work 6th Grades!

All Of Your Work Is Amazing Keep It Up !

John Santos said...

WOW, all the structures looks good... how long did it took all of you to make these structures?... Keep up the good work!