Ancient Greece: Alexander the Great Guided Notes
is a set of informational text, interactive notebook notes and analysis activity.
Perfect for stations or small groups. Use with other Ancient Greece-related activities for a comprehensive study of the Classical Period and for making cross-curricular connections.
Included in this guide:
- Teacher's guide for uses
- Informational text and student directions for 3 station activities
Also available as part of $$ saving Ancient Greece Teacher Resource Bundle Bundle
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