This activity is a great way to bring the culture of the Ancient Greeks to life in your classroom and get kids up and out of their seats. Students will be shown 10 interesting facts about the Ancient Greeks, and they have to decide if they are true or false. Facts include things like "The Greeks thought that a unibrow was a sign of beauty and intelligence," "The Greeks exercised naked," and "A common way to express love for someone in Ancient Greece was to throw an apple at them." The fact slide is always followed by a slide that states if the answer is true or false. If the answer is false, I also sometimes include explanations. I have the directions set up in such a way that all you have to do is put "True" on one side of your classroom and "false" on the other and you are good to go. The students will move to the side of the room that matches their thoughts. You can have the students keep track of how many they answer correctly and award a prize if you so choose.
This is a great introduction to Ancient Greek literature (The Odyssey and The Iliad), Greek mythology, or a history unit about Ancient Greece.