Sean Price's Ancient Greece (Grades 4-8) PDF

By Sean Price

ISBN-10: 0439059194

ISBN-13: 9780439059190

A whole source jam-packed with historical past details, Cross-Curricular actions and video games, Library and net hyperlinks, paintings initiatives, & a Play contains Poster-Map!Bring the wealthy tradition of historical Greece into your school room (and stimulate scholar studying) with enticing actions and video games that contain enjoyable and important pondering! scholars develop into specialists on old Greece as they play a polis procedure online game, argue a case in an Athenian trial, map out historical websites alongside the Aegean coast, enact a scene from Antigone, try-on Golden Age models, and lots more and plenty extra! Plus a full-color map of old Greece.

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An entire source full of historical past details, Cross-Curricular actions and video games, Library and net hyperlinks, paintings tasks, & a Play contains Poster-Map! convey the wealthy tradition of old Greece into your lecture room (and stimulate scholar studying) with attractive actions and video games that contain enjoyable and demanding pondering!

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2 On a blank piece of paper, have students (including chorus members) draw an oval large enough to cover their faces. They may use markers to design a mask that they believe sums up their character. Be sure to have students cut out eyeholes so that they can see where they’re going. 3 After students have cut out the faces that they drew, instruct them to tape a ruler or stick to the back of their masks. A few inches should stick out from the bottom of the mask for use as a handle. 4 Throughout the play, the actors should use the ruler or stick as a handle to hold the mask over their faces.

D 56 Name _________________________________________________ Date __________________ The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Ancient Momuments Use the map below and an encyclopedia or other resource to help you unscramble the names of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Then match the name with the descriptive paragraph below. Black Sea EUROPE Ancient Greece © Sean Stewart Price, Scholastic Teaching Resources Byzantium Seven Wonders of the Ancient World GREECE Aegean Sea Olympia Sparta Athens ASIA MINOR TURKEY Ephesus assus rn lica Ha Rhodes Cyprus Crete Euphrates River Damascus Jerusalem Mediterranean Sea AFRICA Babylon Alexandria EGYPT Nile River Giza Word Scramble Use the map to help you figure out the last word in each phrase: the location of the Wonder.

Guards, take them away. [Exit Antigone and Ismene] h Chorus: The house of Oedipus is assailed by fate once more. When a family is shaken by the gods, there is no misfortune that is missed for generations to come. SCENE IV h Ancient Greece © Sean Stewart Price, Scholastic Teaching Resources Ismene: Do what you want with me. I don’t care. But why would you kill Antigone when she is engaged to your own son? Haemon: No wedding to Antigone is worth as much as the noble example you give, Father. Creon: I am glad to hear you say that, son.

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