This realistic simulation takes six real-life decisions that the Roman Republic was faced with in ancient times. Your students play the role of a senator, consul, or assembly member. They discuss and debate laws, earning "chips" along the way
The PowerPoint and handouts will be the basis of a fun class simulation where your World History students will be asked to change the course of Athenian history. They will take their places in the Athenian Assembly, nominating and voting on up to
Do you want your students to be engaged in self-guided research that is about something that they really want to learn about?
Do you want them to learn how to be good writers and to write well about Social Studies topics using a thesis
This PowerPoint/notes activity will encourage students to observe examples of strong and weak thesis statements. They will gather information that will lead them to conclusions about the characteristics of both strong and weak thesis statements.
This simulation is a fun way to show students how Greek city-states interacted, traded, and fought with each other. Each city-state may have more or less of a certain product, depending on what they traded. Sparta, of course, was more focused on
In class today, you are going to draw and color a Greek scene. You should use specific places (ex. agora, acropolis, oracle), buildings (Parthenon, Greek home), and types of people (slaves, vendors, men in the democracy) that we have learned about.
Do you want your students to learn how Greek city-states interacted with each other, and the major resources traded by each group? This fun and engaging simulation allows students to take on the role of a Greek city-state and trade/conquer each
Easy to follow guided viewing for the PBS Secrets of the Dead episode Sinking Atlantis, about the Minoan civilization on Crete.
Full version features:
• 20+ questions
• Open-ended response question
• Answer key