Cleopatra VII Philopator Teacher Resources
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Prometheus Bound: Rebel with a Cause
If you are teaching Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound, you can't afford to miss this source. An extensive list of ideas outlines numerous discussion topics, writing prompts, comprehension questions, oral presentations, and projects. Have class members research some element of Greek tragedy and then give a panel presentation about this element, write about the similarities between Jesus and Prometheus, or just answer close reading questions on a provided handout.
9th - 12th Language Arts 10 Views 105 Downloads
How do you react if you're "hot-blooded?" What happens when you engage in a "wild goose chase?" And what are "salad days?" Use this worksheet and the online Visual Thesaurus to answer these questions and more. Based on Shakespearean idioms, the activity prompts students to find the meanings of sixteen expressions that are now common.
7th - 11th Language Arts 11 Views 81 Downloads
Great Quotes from Shakespeare
Well-known words from Shakespeare's plays are often quoted, but do you know what play those words come from? Show off your knowledge by choosing the correct play for each quote given. Mostly multiple-choice, a few questions are fill-in-the-blank.
11th - Higher Ed Visual & Performing Arts 4 Views 19 Downloads
Name That Shakespeare Quote!
Which play contains which words? Learners match a quote from one of four play titles. Several questions are fill-in-the-blank, though most are multiple choice. A challenging quiz for your experienced Shakespeare scholars!
11th - Higher Ed Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 6 Downloads
New Review Homer's The Odyssey
Whether or not you are new to using The Odyssey with your classes, this publisher-produced teaching guide deserves a place in your curriculum library. The packet includes background information, chapter by-chapter summaries, study guides, a list of suggested activities and extensions, as well as journal and writing prompts, and much more.
8th - 12th Language Arts 11 Views 7 Downloads
Chapter 12 Writing: the ABCs of Language
Providing a thorough presentation on the art of written language (and not just English), this slideshow will open your students' eyes to the sociological and linguistic issues surrounding writing systems, both modern and historical. The presentation could be easily broken up into several lecture sessions, and it includes a bibiliography for additional research.
Higher Ed Social Studies & History 16 Views 25 Downloads
The Roman Empire
Sixth graders locate where the Roman Empire was and what is there now. In this Roman Empire lesson, 6th graders become familiar with the myth of Romulus and Remus. Students gather information about the government of the Roman Empire through video and research sites.
6th Social Studies & History 45 Views 151 Downloads
Conducting Internet Research
How do we know when a source is reliable and trustworthy? Conduct Internet research with your middle schoolers to determine what makes a reliable source. As Internet users search the web for their assigned material, they stop to assess whether the resource is worth reading.
5th - 8th Language Arts 26 Views 149 Downloads
Rulers For a Day
Young scholars design and create foil coins with images that symbolize students' imaginary leadership in the ancient world. They model their coins on those made for Alexander the Great. They discuss what made him an important historical figure.
K - 6th Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 27 Downloads
Shakespeare Play Summaries in Four Words
This online interactive quiz on 10 Shakespeare plays is unlikely to be useful for your class; however, you could use it as a basis for your own assignment that asks class members to come up with four words to describe an entire work. An example from the learning exercise is: Forest romp; everybody marries.
9th - 10th Language Arts 3 Views 2 Downloads
California Gold Rush
Students discover the people who lived in California before and after the gold rush. They use primary source documents to identify how the finding of gold changed the area. They also discover the discrimation that was present during the time period.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 25 Views 65 Downloads
Students illustrate the dynastic cycle, identify Menes, Akhenaton (also known as Amenhotep), Nefertiti, Cleopatra, and Hatshepsut. and other rulers of ancient Egypt and discuss their significance. They then determine the role of religion in the success of the Egyptian civilization.
9th - 12th Math 3 Views 13 Downloads