Ancient Greece Primary Sources: 5 Differentiated Primary Sources for Pericles, Aristotle and Greek Slavery, the treatment of Spartan women, the origin of Olympic games, and Thucydides on Athens and Sparta!
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In this highly-engaging differentiated primary source set, you receive 5 primary source warmups and skill-building exercises to supplement any unit on the Ancient Greeks! Each Ancient Greece primary source is also accompanied with a differentiated version to make modifications a breeze!
Use these primary source warmups to start class, as homework, enrichment, exit tickets, or even as components to a pre-and-post assessment!
In these Ancient Greece primary sources, students learn first hand about the views of Athenians toward their role in government, how Spartan women were treated to raise strong and tough children, how citizenship was provided for slaves, how the Olympic games began and evolved, and how Athens and Sparta compared according to Thucydides!
Each source is included in a standard format and a differentiated format to provide more scaffolding to allow all learners to access the content. Difficult words are bolded and defined, text is more heavily excerpted, and design changes provide on-the-fly modifications to get all students learning and comprehending!
A full key is included for each source!
This primary source pack is a great supplement to my Ancient Greece unit plan, located here!
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★ The Renaissance
★ Age of Exploration
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★ Ancient India
★ World Religions
★ Ancient Egypt & Mesopotamia
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