Greek History Lesson Plans

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2nd Grade:
Greek Myths, Prometheus and PandoraThe students will be able to identify common characteristics of Greek myths (explaining mysteries of nature and humankind, include supernatural beings or events)(Under 3 ratings)
Greek Myths, Prometheus and PandoraThe students will be able to identify common characteristics of Greek myths (explaining mysteries of nature and humankind, include supernatural beings or events)(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
Pandora’s BoxStudents will identify the theme of a well- known Greek myth.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
Greek and Latin Roots February 10, 2014Use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word.(Under 3 ratings)
Greek and Latin Roots Week of January 20, 2014Use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph, photograph, autograph).(Under 3 ratings)
Greek and Latin Roots/ Drama February 17, 2014Use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word. Determine the difference between drama, poetry and prose.(Under 3 ratings)
Greek and Latin Roots/ Drama February 24, 2014Use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word. Determine the difference between drama, poetry and prose.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Rooting One's way to MeaningIn this lesson, small groups of students will use the VT think map to assist them in an inquiry based approach to discovering the meanings of some common Latin and Greek roots. Then, each student will then teach a particular root and related vocabulary words to another group of students through a "jigsaw" exercise.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
01/04/166.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
01/05/166.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
01/06/166.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
01/07/166.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
01/08/166.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
12/14/156.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
12/15/156.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
12/16/156.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
12/17/156.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
12/18/156.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history(Under 3 ratings)
Greek Latin RootsTSW be able to successfully pass a vocabulary test on Greek Latin Roots.(Under 3 ratings)
If I were a Greek God or GoddessSWBAT write narratives about Greek Gods and Goddesses. SWBAT use factual information when writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanIdentify pre-Greek cultures. Accomplishments of Classical Greece(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
End of Lion, Witch, and Wardrobe-start of Greek MythologyStudents will finish their study of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and begin their study of Greek Mythology.(Under 3 ratings)
LANGUAGE ARTS 7 GRADE - COLLECTION 6 Diane Meyer - March 31, 2014The students will be able to identify Greek Gods and the history as an introductory unit for their Collection 6 Series. A brief history of the origin of Greek Mythology will be introduced so student will have prior knowledge before reading texts.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will identify root words with Latin & Greek Origins, display knowledge of their meanings, language of origin, and identify example words.(Under 3 ratings)
The Odyssey: Responsive EssayStudents should be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of "xenia," the Greek concept encompassing the generosity and courtesy shown to those who are far from home. Students should be able to demonstrate that they have mastered essay writing techniques including: thesis, eight-sentence paragraphs, citing a source to support one's opinion, expanding on one's own opinion in the conclusion, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.(Under 3 ratings)
The Road to Democracy The Development of Governments in Ancient AthensAfter learning the purpose of governments and some of the types of government, now it is time to connect that information to Greece (Athens). Student will begin to understand the transitions from monarchy to democracy. Citizenship is discussed as well as connections to our representative democracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Tracing the Development of Democracy in Ancient Greece Through MusicObserve different types of government in action. Observations about fairness, efficiency and time. Discuss the progression from monarchy to oligarchy to tyranny to democracy. Use graphic organizer to define, look at the etymology, and draw a visual.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
AntigoneAt the end of this lesson, students will be able to •Appreciate ancient Greek drama through study of a play by Sophocles •Evaluate the cultural and historical context of Greek drama and its role in Greek society •Reconstruct the experience of seeing a Greek drama performed and share that experience in an imaginative presentation, performance, and report(Under 3 ratings)
Art Lesson 51. Identify distinguishing characteristics of ancient Greek architecture and relief sculpture. 2. Identify how works of Greek architecture and relief sculpture reflect the beliefs of their time and place. 3. Identify significant Greek architecture such as the Parthenon. 4. Identify Athens and discuss the Athens' Golden Age as a period of increased arts and building 5. Discuss the architecture, sculptures, and pottery that the Greeks were famous for. 6. Identify high relief and low relief sculpture techniques 7. Identify red and black image pottery 8. Identify major statues such as The Discuss Thrower Myron and Laocoon and His Sons. 9. Compare Classic and Hellenistic sculpting techniques(Under 3 ratings)
Arts and ArchitectureTo Explain why 400 BC is considered the golden age of Greek art and architecture and how Greek art reflected the Greeks view of themselves.(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 10Identify the rise of the Greek civilization On a map locate Greece, Athens, and Sparta. Compare the locations of Athens and Sparta. Identify the Greeks as seafaring people Describe the geography of Greece Identify the major crops of Greece Describe the Athens polis Describe the Greek culture Compare and contrast Athens and Sparta Identify and describe the Golden Age of Athens(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to name the gods and their powers, match the zodiac signs to the dates, and find a god/goddess like them(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe discussion today will focus on analyzing and debating on two different historical ideas placed forth by the works of Martin Bernal in The Black Athena and Mary Lefkowitz's Ancient History, Modern Myths.(Under 3 ratings)
Mythology August 18-22Intro to Greek/Roman mythology Intro to Latin(Under 3 ratings)
What If.....Greek vs NorseStudents will be able to create a comic strip depicting a "what if" scenario, compose a story line for the comic strip using Norse and Greek characteristics, and, devise mythological partnerships for use in the story.(Under 3 ratings)

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