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Take a visit around your school or class stations to learn about all 20 Spanish countries that we celebrate during Hispanic Heritage month. Between September 15 and October 15, students enjoy learning about the capitals, food, landmarks, currency and flags of these Hispanic nations. Stamp the passpo
A set of 19 different bingo cards with an uppercase letter of the Greek alphabet in each square. The teacher calls out a random letter of the Greek alphabet, and students place a token on that letter if they have it. (A great source of tokens is that surplus of European coins that are no good becaus
This handout/brief worksheet is a sine qua non for anyone looking to cover Roman numerals in a serious way. Starting with the basics, these sheets quickly proceed to concise rules for Roman numerals that make the whole system, even at the upper number limits, easy for students to grasp. Information
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Word search about gods and goddesses of Ancient Roman culture and literature.
Hercules, 2014, PG-13, stars Dwayne Johnson Movie notes for students to compete while watching the film. Not your usual kind of movie notes, these don't just ask questions, they want the students to react and think.
This powerpoint contains mostly pictures (all photographs were taken myself) of Rome and Pompeii. It's intended to be a very brief introduction to the cultural remains of ancient Rome. There's very little written information on the slides, so it assumes that you have some knowledge of what it is in
This 87-slide PowerPoint presentation is intended to introduce students to the world of classical mythology through colorful slides and thoroughly researched descriptions. Beginning with Chaos, the Titans, Olympians, Lesser Gods and Goddesses and on to Legendary Heroes and Amazing Beasts, this slide
This highly detailed PowerPoint on the Colosseum and gladiatorial games goes into great depth on the origin of gladiatorial combat, the structure of the Colosseum, different types of gladiators, and other facts related to the Colosseum. Ancillary material for Ecce Romani II: Ch. XLVIII. Works well a
This Roman Roads and Travel PowerPoint slideshow introduces students to the vast network of Roman roads in the ancient world--the names of some of the most famous roads, their history, and their construction, the difficulties involved in traveling on them, the various types of vehicles. Great as a c
This 21-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the funeral customs of the ancient Romans. Students will realize that many of these ancient customs are still practiced today. A somber but educative change of pace mini-lesson. Works well timed in with the cultural celebration in Spanish
The tour runs on its own, but it could be embellished with a fuller narrative than what is provided. It may be used by students at individual computer stations, or may embellish a class-wide reading. No questions or accessory materials are provided, except for instructions for operating Google Ea
O, Brother Where Art Thou?, 2000, PG-13, stars George Clooney Movie notes for students to compete while watching the film. Not your usual kind of movie notes, these don't just ask questions, they want the students to react and think.
A powerpoint I use with my classes around Valentine's Day to introduce the Roman holiday of Lupercalia. It takes 10 to 15 minutes to present depending on how much you talk during each slide. A nice cultural activity for a Friday or as a filler activity; afterwards I have them make Lupercalia cards i
A Latin story to translate about the myth of Sisyphus, the man cursed to push the rock up the hill in the underworld. Good practice for students learning or reviewing how to translate perfect passive and future active participles. I use this in Latin II at the end of our participle unit, but could a
This in-depth PowerPoint slideshow on the Roman Monarchy covers the legendary history of Ancient Rome during the monarchical period. The slides are filled with information about the seven kings of Rome and with colorful pictures of structures that they built or events that occurred during their reig
This 32-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces the mythological tale of Jason and the Argonauts to students through a series of colorful slides and accompanying narrative. After finishing the PowerPoint slideshow, teachers might want to show one or more YouTube clips of the Jason tale. There are s
This powerpoint goes through the most common Latin roots used in today's language. There are question and answer pages that correlate. You choose a number on the questions page, and a Latin root with questions will come up. You can then go to the answers page and click the correlating number to r
Includes: - Prehistory timeline from 80,000 B.C. to present, including general path of Y-Chromosome group dispersions. - Map of modern World Language-Groups - Google Earth overlays identifying the location and where you can read the story) of Atlantis. - Timeline of the earliest Mediterranean cultur
50 Slides of short trivia questions on Greek mythology, each with one verbal and one visual clue. Tap/Click to reveal the answer.
A fun foray to compliment a look into Ancient Roman Mosaics, Latin, and the Latin mottoes used in the present day. The first sheet should be partnered with web resources for pictures of Latin mosaics, and access to a Latin to English dictionary or translator.
Designed for Latin I. In this project, students are asked to create their own Greek myth story by following each step of the process. Students should have knowledge of some mythology stories beforehand from which to get ideas. Received positively by past students. Grading rubric included.
Have students research an Ancient Roman Emperor, and take it a step beyond the typical creation of a quick biographical poster. Have students use the information they have learned to create a social media presence for their emperor! Students will create a Facebook profile, Twitter Account/Feed and I
A powerpoint about Saturnalia that I use with my Latin students before our winter break. It explains some of the customs of the Roman holiday and shows connections to modern holiday season traditions. The presentation takes 10 to 15 minutes, depending on how much you talk during each slide. It's a g
This powerpoint is simply a collection of pictures that show the different living areas and features of homes in the Roman world. I have taken all of the photographs myself. Please feel free to distribute this freely in entirety or part without a charge. If you would like me to share my notes on Vil

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