SUMMARY – Groups compete with one another to earn points identifying Roman gods and goddesses, to make monuments for those gods and goddesses, and to have their monuments correctly identified while they go around the room and try to identify the monuments of other groups.
The teacher forms five groups and assigns each group 15 Roman gods and goddesses. The groups are given three class periods to create free standing monuments for each god and goddess assigned to it. During those three days the groups will also begin each period with a cooperative group activity will they will attempt to identify Roman god and goddesses on worksheets. On the fourth day the monuments will be set up in the groups. Using a teacher provided reading sheet, every group will visit every other group for five minutes and try to make identifications of the monuments. Groups will get points for each correct identification they make and for each correct identification made by other groups of their monuments. These points, along with the points the groups earned from their cooperative group activities, will determine which group wins.
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