This two-day lesson will push your students to investigate the impact of Alexander the Great! With guided notes and a corresponding flipbook that works great as a standalone activity or as part of an ISN, students will learn about the rise and fall of Alexander the Great's empire. Then, they will examine a variety of primary source excerpts to decide if Alexander the Great should be considered a hero or a villain.
This lesson includes:
-A detailed lesson plan
-Flipbook with fill-in-the-blank guided notes
-Alexander the Great presentation - with attached PowerPoint file, as well as Google Slides link
-Differentiated primary source analysis worksheet - with 2 versions to accommodate all students
Want more interactive, engaging lessons on Ancient Greece? Be sure to check out my Ancient Greece Unit Plan