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A set of 20 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by Liam Neeson. These questions cover through the section on Cleisthenes (there is another handout for the rest of the video).
A set of 30 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by Liam Neeson. These questions cover from the end of the section on Cleisthenes through Themistocles and Pericles (there is another handout for the beginning
This is a viewing guide for the BBC documentary "Meet the Romans," featuring Mary Beard, episode one of a three part series. It discusses the lives of ordinary Romans during the time of the Roman empire. The documentary is 60 minutes long, perfect as a sub plan or part of your normal instruction. A
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 viewing guide is to be used with the documentary "The Truth of Troy" produced by BBC’s Horizon series, first broadcast in 2004. The documentary is 49 minutes long, perfect for a sub plan or for normal instruction. The viewing guide is 4 pages, and an answer key is included. More information ab
This worksheet is designed to accompany the History Channel's documentary, Rome: Engineering an Empire. It is worth 40 points total, with some open ended questions, but mostly fill in the blank.
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.
This is a short ten question guide for the BBC documentary, Colosseum: A Gladiator's Story. The guide is brief but efficient. Students will need to know what the term "missio" means beforehand (or you can remove the question and modify number ten accordingly). This guide also asks questions related
Question guide that walks students through the National Geographic video, Hannibal V. Rome. Questions guide viewers through important information presented in the video. Word Document. Editable**YouTube link included on document in case access to the DVD is not possible.
This is a viewing guide for the BBC documentary "The Romans," episode three in the series "Ancient Greece: Greatest Show on Earth." The documentary discusses theater and entertainment in the Roman world, and how the Romans picked up on the artistic cues left by the Greeks. The documentary is 59 mi
Designed to accompany watching "Rome: Rise and Fall of an Empire" episode "The First Barbarian War"
Add valuable comprehensible input or a movie talk to one of those teacher breaks: a movie day! This sheet provides a simple summary for students to acquire basic Latin vocabulary while watching an English film.
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This is a viewing guide for the National Geographic documentary "Gladiator Graveyard," which explores a gladiator gravesite to learn more about what it was like to be a gladiator during the Roman empire. The documentary is 47 minutes long, perfect as a sub plan or part of your normal instruction. A
This is a viewing guide for the History Channel documentary "Battles BC: Caesar Super Siege," which details the standoff between Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix at the battle of Alesia. The documentary is 45 minutes long, perfect as a sub plan or part of your normal instruction. Answer key is inclu
Questions for Latin/ Classics/ Literature/ Social Studies movies including Disney’s Hercules, Miss Saigon, Spartacus, Annihilation, Ex Machina, Troy, Agora, and several others.
This study guide is designed to accompany the film version of the Broadway musical A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum! The guide introduces the movie, the inspiration, Plautine stock characters, questions about the plot for students to follow, and poses a larger follow-up question at the
Questions to go along with Pompeii The Last Day, 2003 from the BBC.
This is a viewing guide for the BBC docudrama "Revolution," episode four in the series "Ancient Rome: Rise and Fall of an Empire." The docudrama tells the story of Tiberius Gracchus and his land reforms, and his subsequent murder. The video is engaging, and a great vehicle for talking about class st
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This project was originally created for a Level 1 Latin class, but since it is all in English, it can easily be adapted to an English, Civics, Social Studies, History, or Character Education class.This project has students individually or in pairs creating a PSA or Public Service Announcement to urg
This is a viewing guide for the documentary “Actium” of National Geographic’s series "Rome’s Greatest Battles." This episode lays out the Battle of Actium, the relationship of Antony and Cleopatra, and Octavian’s rise to power. The documentary is 45 minutes long, perfect as a sub plan or part of y
This is a viewing guide for the BBC docudrama "Rebellion," episode three in the series "Ancient Rome: Rise and Fall of an Empire." The docudrama tells the story of the Jewish rebellion, from the perspectives of both Josephus and Vespasian. The video is engaging, and a great vehicle for talking about
Questions on the 2015 film, Ex Machina.
Questions on The History Channel’s Warrior Queen Boudicca, 2008.
Questions to go along with The Rise and Fall of an Empire: Episode 4, Revolution, about Tiberius Gracchus, 2015.

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