Ancient Greek Culture Jigsaw examines fashion, medicine, daily life, drama, art, architecture, slavery, and afterlife. The jigsaw method is a great way to allow students to work together in cooperative groups to learn core material.
- 7 Jigsaw Readings
- Chart to Help Record Topics
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Since there is often not enough time to go through all the varied cultural topics as a whole class, this project allows students to act as presenters/experts/teachers to their peers on one specific aspect of ancient Greek culture, This is my culminating student pro
Distance Learning Ancient Greeks Art and Culture Complete Google Classroom History Lesson Teach children about Ancient Greeks and their art and culture. This download is a complete lesson to teach children about the different arts and culture of the Ancient Greeks. The children will learn the types
This activity is a great way to bring the culture of the Ancient Greeks to life in your classroom and get kids up and out of their seats. Students will be shown 10 interesting facts about the Ancient Greeks, and they have to decide if they are true or false. Facts include things like "The Greeks tho
This is an activity that I created and have used for several years. It covers a lot of information about the culture of Ancient Greeks. However, because the material is broken down into smaller stations I can honestly say that I have never heard a complaint from a student about it being too much wor
Using an Escape Room to develop curriculum knowledge is an exciting activity that will inspire learners from 2nd Grade to 5th Grade. The curriculum content of this Escape Room is linked to:History of the World– Ancient GreeksCultural understanding of an Ancient CivilisationLegacy of an Ancient Civil
Teach children about Ancient Greeks and their art and culture. This download is a complete lesson to teach children about the different arts and culture of the Ancient Greeks. The children will learn the types of things the Greeks created and what they were good at. There is a detailed 29 slide Powe
This interactive reading activity fully covers your content in rhyme. Students read together in small groups to increase success in fluency, reading achievement, and comprehension when reading about ancient Greece and Hellenistic culture. KEY TERMS, PEOPLE, AND PLACES in this product are Asia, Egyp
This Ancient Greek Culture resource is an engaging and informative way to help your students learn and understand more about the Culture of Ancient Greece!After completing the reading passage about Ancient Greek Culture, students will answer questions based on the reading.Answer keys are included fo
This Google product contains the third of five lessons from Ancient Greece (1750 B.C-133 B.C) in World History.Lesson objectives:Describe the influence of Ancient Greek concepts related to the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.Identify the culture and values shared by Ancient Greeks.Summari
This DBQ explores looks at how the Byzantine Empire maintained and spread the culture of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome for almost a thousand years through a map and three text documents. This DBQ can be used in many ways from standardized test prep and review to a substitute teacher lesson. If you
-How did Greek culture spread across the Mediterranean? -Why is the polis important for understanding Greece?-How were Athens and Sparta different?-What governments originated in Greece and why?This reading is at a Middle School lexile but targets all of the high school standards and vocabulary for
Ancient Greek Culture including religion, entertainment, philosophy, art,and architecture. Powerpoint has voice-over, images, animation, videos and key information summarized in an exit ticket for students to learn more about Ancient Greece.
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The roots of much of the Western world lie in the civilizations of the ancient Greece and Rome
The famous Minoan advanced prehistoric culture of 2800-1100 B.C. appeared in Crete.
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This lesson was 4 on achievements of Greek Culture in my Ancient Greece chapter. This was created on PowerPoint but I switched it to Google Drive for the convenience. This presentation covers: Architecture, Art, Dramas, History, and more. I have included additional information in the notes section
Students are presented with a Tic-Tac-Toe Board that is filled with different activities on Ancient Greek and Roman culture they can complete based on their skill level, their academic strengths and their interests. Their are activities that are writing based, art based, or technology based. This is
I created this last year as apart of my Ancient Greece Unit. This lesson focuses on the formation of Greece, early Greek culture, geography, trojan war, Greek mythology, and more. It uses pictures, symbols, and other eye catchers to keep the students attention. I have also included notes for the tea
Ancient Rome took over Greece and fell in love with their culture and history. This activity explains how Rome's politics, army, religion, literature, education, philosophy, architecture and values all changed or were influenced by Ancient Greece, a process known today as "Hellenization".
Standards (WA STATE):C3.6-8.1 Analyze how societies have interacted with one another.G1.6-8.2 Identify the location of places and regions in the world and understand their physical and cultural characteristics.G2.6-8.1 Explain and analyze how the environment has affected people and how people have a
This product has all of the instructions needed for students to create a poster on an aspect of Ancient Greek culture. I use this project as an alternative to teacher-led lecture on Greek culture.It also includes two options for advanced students within the same classroom. These options could easily
In this Ancient Greece notes and PowerPoint bundle, you receive a 44-page PowerPoint presentation and a 4-page guided notes packet for instruction on the ancient Greek civilization, the polis, Greek geography, government, the Persian Wars, Greek culture, and much more. This unit PowerPoint is synce
A fun, engaging lesson on Alexander the Great and the Spreading of Hellenistic Culture awaits in this varied activity. Explore Alexander's life, battles, and victories, as well as why he is called “the Great” with a reading passage. This reading is differentiated and comes in both an "on-grade lev