The ides of march

Discover interesting facts and historical significance of the Ides of March. Learn about the events that took place on this infamous day in history and how it continues to be remembered today.
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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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March 15th is known as "The Ides of March," which marks the day that Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 B.C. It's not an official holiday, but many history and literature enthusiasts celebrate it every year. You can throw your own Ides...

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