The zip file contains materials for either a PowerPoint of video student report on ancient Greece. To introduce the concept of research, there is an additional PowerPoint explaining the difference between primary and secondary sources. Also included is a handout of web resources for student research on ancient Greece and an outline of the content of each slide. There are directions for making either a PowerPoint or a video research report and grading rubrics for a research report and a video in the folder. (All documentation is in PDF and the original Word document, so you can copy and paste into your own word processor for any desired changes.) A bonus feature is a folder that contains 98 images of ancient Greece that are free for teachers and students to use and share.
The topics on each slide are:
• Ancient Greece – Title Page
• Introduction to Ancient Greece
• Early Government
• Athens and Sparta
• Persian Wars
• Alexander the Great
• Science, Mathematics & Medicine
• Interesting Facts about Ancient Greece
Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources.
Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of the source distinct from prior knowledge or opinions.