Powerpoint Download: Ancient Greece Day 8 - Athens
[Immerse your students in this lesson on the Ancient Greek polis of Athens. Throughout the lesson, you will find formative assessment, cooperative learning, and chances for your students to get engaged in the room - included classroom movement! Lesson begins with a review warm up activity and proceeds into a notes-setup slide complete with a daily objective and relevancy section. Lead your students through a Sensory History activity based on creating their own citizenry - open this up into a debate on the qualities/characteristics that make people strong members of society! Teach your students about the education system in Ancient Athens and how the society was heavily unbalanced which led to change. Discuss the importance of Solon, a prominent Athenian man trusted by both nobles and commoners. Lesson concludes with a democratic exit card rooted in student choice. Formative assessment and cooperative learning are built in throughout! Empower your students - make your room the most engaging in the school!]
- Warm Up
- Daily Objective
- Daily Relevance
- Essential Question
- Front-Loaded Vocabulary
- Sensory History Activity
- Athenian Education
- Need for Change
- Cooperative Learning
- Formative Assessment
- Exit Card
- Student Choice!
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