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Fake Autopsy Report

Fake Autopsy Report

Used as part of lesson to investigate gladiators, students completed the form after reading various primary and secondary sources and looking at the wounds on a 'body' outlined on the floor.
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Found Treasures Sampler! FREEBIE 10 Clip-Art Pieces!

Found Treasures Sampler! FREEBIE 10 Clip-Art Pieces!

Commercial Use OKAY in your own covers and projects but NO reselling or redistributing as Clip-Art. FREEBIE. This sampler is designed to introduce you to the new "Found Treasures" Clip-Art sets! Each set features a beautiful collection of restored, edited, and reformatted public domain images (now!) fit for TPT classroom and product use!*No restrictions for United States sellers only. Status in other countries is unknown. Set Information: This set includes images that range from 1" to 8" in color, grayscale, and B/W. Due the nature of the images, most clip-art pieces are available in only one version. Images are drawn, painted, or photographs. Some images are taken from ancient sources, others from academic. All images are 300 dpi, png. Background: While viewing public domain images for references, I found myself in awe of the beauty, precision, and uniqueness of these spectacular images. It seemed to be a shame that many of these timeless images would go unseen when they had so much to offer students and teachers. While there were many fantastic pictures available, most needed a variety of edits and touch-up work to be suited for reuse. I decided it would be worthwhile to restore and share my "Found Treasures" in a format that would be better suited for projects. Why choose "Found Treasures"? ALL public domain images were filtered through libraries for "no known copyright restrictions" only. In addition, the bundle includes email transcripts from both sources stating permission to obtain and use commercially! Images were only downloaded from these sources in which commercial usage was guaranteed...and even encouraged! Excellent Selection-Hours of searching. These beautiful and timeless selections were not chosen at random or without thought. Designer viewpoint consideration was involved in each selection. Found Treasures only includes images that were thought to be good choices for products, covers, and classrooms. Appropriateness, aesthetics, subject matter, visuals, and potential for use were considered on each piece. Save yourself the hours of searching through public domain images and questioning their restrictions and determining the best images. The best images for use were determined selected and saved to this bundle! Quality! Last but not least, every single one of these images has been modified in some way to make it a better choice for educators and sellers. Images have been edited for contrast, color, cleanliness, boldness, and lighting.
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Found Treasures: Ancient Greece & Rome ClipArt-50 Pc! Restored Public Domain.

Found Treasures: Ancient Greece & Rome ClipArt-50 Pc! Restored Public Domain.

Found Treasures "Ancient Greece and Rome" Clip-Art features a beautiful collection of restored, edited, and reformatted public domain images (now!) fit for lassroom and product use! These incredible images are inspired by ancient peoples, and in some cases, by the ancients themselves! Enjoy a set of worry-free* selection of 50 images that have been through a variety of digital restoration and reformatting to make them perfect for projects and presentations! *(Email transcripts double checking for permission are included!) *No restrictions for United States sellers only. Status in other countries is unknown. Check public domain laws in your country if you do not live in United States. Most images are older than 1928 or ancient sources. Set Information: This set includes images that range from 1" to 8" in color, grayscale, and B/W. Due the nature of the images, most clip-art pieces are available in only one version. Images are drawn, painted, or photographs. Some images are taken from ancient sources, others from academic. All images are 300 dpi, png. Themes: This set showcases a variety of themes including but not limited to architecture, aquaduct, people, generals, vases, columns, patterns, coins, decoration, illustrations of myths, Socrates, Remus and Romulus, and more! For more detail on included themes,download the preview file. Background: While viewing public domain images for references, I found myself in awe of the beauty, precision, and uniqueness of these spectacular images. It seemed to be a shame that many of these timeless images would go unseen when they had so much to offer students and teachers. While there were many fantastic pictures available, most needed a variety of edits and touch-up work to be suited for reuse. I decided it would be worthwhile to restore and share my "Found Treasures" in a format that would be better suited for projects.
IllumismartClipArt
Last Stand of the 300, The History Channel. Video Questions  With Answer Key!

Last Stand of the 300, The History Channel. Video Questions With Answer Key!

YouTube Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_1d3ZasrTA&feature=player_detailpage The 300 Spartans, Sparta Leonidas, Athens, The Persian Empire With factual heft and epic zeal, this informative History Channel documentary chronicles the true story of some 300 Spartan soldiers who held their ground against an onslaught of Persian adversaries -- and inspired director Zach Snyder's hit 300. Digital animation combines with vivid, live-action footage to produce a stirring account of a pivotal battle that would change the course of the Western world. This documentary is a great visual for World History or cultural studies courses that are teaching Ancient Greece, Athens, Sparta and the Persian Empire . The video notes will allow students to follow along and remain engaged as they take in valuable content. This can also be given as a homework assignment where students can view the film at home or on YouTube and turn in video notes the next day. This assignment also speaks to point of view and provides an alternative source for those studying in Advanced Placement (AP) courses. World History Ancient Greece Athens Sparta Themistocles Cultural Studies and Activities Movie Guide Handouts Internet Activity Homework Media based assignments Non-Linguistics Assignments Thanks for looking and happy teaching.
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Myth and Religion: Centauromachy

Myth and Religion: Centauromachy

Focusing on the Symbols of Power element of the Spec, this bundle of lessons and activities looks at the background of the battle - Ixion's actions which anger Zeus and then the architecture of the Centauromachy. Pupils will look at the key objectives of a successful frieze/metope and analyse the success of those used at the Parthenon. They will also design their own versions!
Lemons-and-Latin
Myth ad Religion: Foundation Stories, exam-style questions and evaluation

Myth ad Religion: Foundation Stories, exam-style questions and evaluation

This bundle of lessons surrounds the Foundation Stories section of the GCSE Specification and would last 2-3 lessons. First, it looks at the one possibility of the foundation of Athens - the competition between Poseidon and Athena. Then, we look at the Myth of Theseus. I have included the Kylix as indicated by the OCR text books and a corresponding set of exam-style questions. The tasks involve pupils considering the tasks of Theseus and analysing the Kylix for the presentation of the myth upon it. (You will need to accompany thins set of lessons with the textbook's written coverage of the tasks of Theseus.) Finally, there is a task which encourages pupils to compare Heracles and Theseus - who is the greatest Hero and why?
Lemons-and-Latin
Myth and Religion: Temple of Zeus Olympia

Myth and Religion: Temple of Zeus Olympia

This bundle includes a range of tasks and activities around the Temple of Zeus in Olympia. There is also a mini assessment - smaller mark questions - to maintain the link to the GCSE. The PPT will easily cover 2-3 lessons. It recaps previous lessons, introduces the idea of classical architecture and then focuses on the metopes of Heracles' labours at the temple of Zeus at Olympia. Once the class has an understanding of this, they can look at the entire sculpture of the Temple and create their own page about it.
Lemons-and-Latin
Myth and Religion: Heracles and the Olympics

Myth and Religion: Heracles and the Olympics

This PPT and resource bundle will span 2-3 lessons. In line with the OCR Textbook, it covers the myth of Pelops and Hippodamia as a possible background to the Olympic games alongside the story of Heracles' tie to the Olympics. I have included the Homeric Hymn of Heracles for analysis, there are images significance tasks, and an overview analysis of Heracles.
Lemons-and-Latin
Myth and Religion- Background myth of Heracles

Myth and Religion- Background myth of Heracles

This PPT and corresponding Greek Hero resources look at the background myth of Heracles' birth and how he came to have to complete the 12 labours. There is an image analysis task linking to Heracles killing his family due to the curse of Hera's wrath. The PPT contains additional tasks and image work relating to the 12 labours. with this collection of lessons, your class will have an overview to Heracles from birth to labours, as well as an understanding of what makes a Greek hero.
Lemons-and-Latin
GCSE The Odyssey - characters images

GCSE The Odyssey - characters images

This document contains clip art images of all of the main characters featured in the key books of the Odyssey (for the OCR GCSE Spec). There is space next to each character for pupils to add in their knowledge, this could be a work in process which is updated alongside your teaching and pupil learning.
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GCSE The Odyssey Book 19 knowledge and analysis and exam-style question

GCSE The Odyssey Book 19 knowledge and analysis and exam-style question

This PPT looks at the action of Book 19 and then begins to analyse the action of this book by studying key images and extracts from the text. As with previous lessons, this PPT also links to the specification and involves an exam-style question and mark scheme. The work should cover 2-3 lessons. Please see my Characters Worksheet which can be used in line with this lesson but is not necessary.
Lemons-and-Latin
GCSE The Odyssey Book 10 and narrative techniques (exam-style question too)

GCSE The Odyssey Book 10 and narrative techniques (exam-style question too)

These two PPTs would cover 3-4 lessons of work. They look at the narrative techniques as outlined by the spec, alongside an exam-style question for the pupils to try out, All of the content is supported by the OCR text book. The second PPT focuses on Book 10 - what happens, and then analysis of key characters (Circe) and the societies that are covered in Book 10. These are all aspects highlighted by the specification.
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