Ancient Greece Interactive Notebook is a 395 page unit with 17 lessons on Ancient Greece starting with the geography of Ancient Greece and what it’s like to live in an Ancient Greek city-state, all the way to Alexander the Great and the spread of Hellenistic culture. Each lesson takes 1-6 days to cover, making this a comprehensive unit which includes multiple foldables, Venn diagrams, cloze notes, time lines, and lots of opportunities for writing and creative expression.
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In this zipped file you will receive 3 PDFs and 2 PowerPoint files. The Ancient Greece book is 205 pages. The Greece Geography file is 12 pages. Ancient Greece Bingo is 84 pages, and the 2 PowerPoint files of a quiz show game are an additional 94 slides.
Included in this Ancient Greece Interactive Notebook are lesson plan suggestions, full color examples, multiple foldable products, readings, engaging activities, 2 unit tests to choose from (multiple choice or a comprehensive exam), a study guide, and 3 different review games to play before the big wrap up.
Lesson 1: Geography of Ancient Greece
includes a map and 1 foldable with questions, cloze notes, 2-column notes, a rubric, a study guide, and a test.
Lesson 2: Ancient Greece Vocabulary
includes multiple vocabulary strategy templates, a word list with definitions, flashcards with a holder, word puzzles, and a test.
Lesson 3: Ancient Greece Time Line
includes a foldable time line with a pocket.
Lesson 4: Minoans & Mycenaeans
includes a reading and comprehension questions with answers.
Lesson 5: Ancient Greek City-States
includes notes and multiple foldables, including a build your own city-state.
Lesson 6: Giant Brains of Ancient Men
includes a reading and foldable mini-book.
Lesson 7: Original Olympic Games
includes a reading, a chance to develop your own medals, and ideas for your own indoor Olympic games.
Lesson 8: Gods of Ancient Greece
includes an accordion fold of the gods both in color or in black and white. It also includes multiple readings and some word puzzles.
Lesson 9: Governments in Greece
provides a foldable, notes, and a Venn diagram.
Lesson 10: The Persian War
includes a couple foldable activities, one with a series of events, and a writing reflection piece.
Lesson 11: The Peloponnesian War
includes a step book foldable timeline with notes and plenty of opportunity for creative outlet.
Lesson 12: Comparing the Wars
is a two-column comparison of the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars. It also includes comprehension questions of the wars with answers.
Lesson 13: The Golden Age of Athens
has a reading on Pericles and the Golden Age plus two foldable activities and a brief reading on The Parthenon.
Lesson 14: Philosophers of Ancient Greece
has one foldable, notes on all three philosophers plus three additional lessons that can be added on for a more in-depth analysis. These lessons involve art analysis, character study, chance for a debate, poetry, and more.
Lesson 15: Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Age
has two foldable activities. One uses cloze notes and the other involves a map activity and notes.
Lesson 16: Ancient Greece Review Games
features three games to help wind up your study of Ancient Greece. This includes Quiz Show Questions: 46 questions for a review game similar to that of Jeopardy. This is also provided in Power Point format as well. Weakest Link Questions: 106 questions based on the game show The Weakest Link. Directions are provided. And Ancient Greece Bingo with 30 unique bingo cards in both a decorative and printer friendly format.
Lesson 17: Ancient Greece Assessments & Study Guide
includes a four-page study guide which works well with either exam. An answer key is included. Two exams are also included. One is a 50-question multiple choice test, and the other is 5-page comprehensive exam including matching, short answer, identification, essay, etc. Both answer keys are provided.
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