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In this language lesson, scholars use Greek root meanings to determine the meaning of words. After being shown how Greek roots are used in many words, such as, photosynthesis, pairs are given two excellent black line masters embedded in the plan. The first highlights many of the Greek roots; the second is a worksheet that requires them to break each word into its Greek elements and define each word part. An answer key is also included. Outstanding lesson!
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. So many choices!
Students complete multi-curricular activities for Greek mythology. In this Greek multi-curricular lesson, students find math definitions using a dictionary and complete a crossword puzzle. Students identify and label horizontal and vertical axis on graph paper. Students plot lines on the Cartesian coordinate plane.
Go for gold to understand the concept of the Golden Ratio. Learners measure their faces, their nose length, eye space, mouth location, etc. This information is used to determine the ratios of their facial features in order to determine how close their facial features are to the Golden Ratio. They draw goofy faces that are proportional according to the golden ratio. A great way to incorporate history, art, and math!