I teach a fifteen-week unit on the ancient Greeks to middle school students. This detailed professional document (1500 words) is what I was asked to produce for administrators and parents on my course as part of the "curriculum mapping process." My pain is your gain and it's free.
1) a list of sixteen "essential guiding questions"
2) a list of twelve "content areas"
3) a list of forty-five "behavioral objectives/skills"
4) a list of twelve "vital lessons"
5) a list of eight "audiovisual resources"
I suggest using this document in one of three ways: Give it to parents and administrators (modified or unmodified) if they want to know what you teach. Use it as a guide in your teaching and unit plans on ancient Greece. Or use it to help you with the curriculum mapping you may be required to do.
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