Ancient Greece Informational Readings with Questions CCSS 4-8
Five motivational expository nonfiction readings about ancient Greece for World History, to accompany The Lightning Thief, or for a reading skills class. Includes a variety of CCSS-aligned comprehension questions. The topics are the Oracle of Delphi, the three main gods (Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades--including the Underworld), plus an art history reading on the Charioteer of Delphi statue. 4-8 $
Use the double bubble map to compare/contrast. Use in a literacy center with students using books to research more information. Then have students use the information to write a paragraph to compare Ancient Greece and Rome.
This is a helpful website with many short stories based on Greek mythology. This tool could be used for learners at a lower level or students who are just interested in this topic. It is a fun way to learn some facts about Greek myths and get a better insight. ~Easy~
Ancient Greece Unit Bundle - PPTs, Worksheets, Lesson Plans+Test
Ancient Greece Entire Unit Bundled includes Ancient Greece Powerpoints with video and presenter notes. Unit also includes, warm up powerpoints, informational text documents with questions, primary source worksheets, maps, exit tickets, crossword review, video/video guide, and editable assessment. Everything is put together with detailed daily lesson plans. Just copy and paste to your lesson plans.
(Roman Architecture) Parthenon Athens, Greece. Parthenon is a temple dedicated to goddess Athena on the Acropolis. It is the most significant structure of Greece and its beautifully decorated sculptures are the highlights of Greek art.