Greek Lesson (Transition Week)

Greek Lesson (Transition Week)

A well prepared ppt presentation with a long booklet and many other activities to keep your students occupied for thee consecutive lessons. By the end of these introduction lessons your students will be able to name all the jobs that have to do with media, name different type of movies, talk about the movies and learn different useful adjectives.
MrFokion
Tijdlijn Griekse geschiedenis

Tijdlijn Griekse geschiedenis

Deze poster geeft een overzicht van de gehele Griekse geschiedenis vanaf de Minoïsche tijd tot tijd van de Romeinse overheersing. De kwaliteit van de afbeelding is groot genoeg om te worden geprint op A1 of A0. Ik heb deze poster in mijn lokaal hangen, en verwijs er vrijwel dagelijks naar.
CreativeClassics
Christmas RIDICULOUS OFFER  11 incredible resources!!!

Christmas RIDICULOUS OFFER 11 incredible resources!!!

11 Amazing Christmas quizzes, riddles and games for you to use with your students and classes! Over 300+ questions Easy to follow and questions suitable for all ages 7 up. Mixture of easy - challenging. Could also be used for staff parties. This will sort you and your classes out this Christmas I hope you enjoy them as much as my classes and I. Amazing SAVINGS!!!!
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A Brief History of... - Reading Comprehension Worksheets / Texts Vol.2 (save 80%)

A Brief History of... - Reading Comprehension Worksheets / Texts Vol.2 (save 80%)

This bundle includes different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore different concepts through time / history… After carefully reading each story / text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes.
MariaPht
The History Of The Olympic Games - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

The History Of The Olympic Games - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the origins and history of the Olympic Games, from the ancient Olympia to their revival in the late 19th century. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including comprehension questions, a gap filling exercise and True or False exercises. The text can be used for vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework.
MariaPht
Christmas Riddle Bundle AMAZING VALUE 3

Christmas Riddle Bundle AMAZING VALUE 3

Riddle challenge competition PowerPoint! OUTSTANDING RESOURCE – VERY SIMPLE TO LEAD AND LOTS OF FUN FOR YOUR STUDENTS! Students asked me to create riddle resources as they love riddles and the challenge. I have now made one tailored for CHRISTMAS. I have tested it on my students from years 7-13, a range of riddles easy, medium and challenge! It will encourage and develop lateral thinking within students, promote thinking outside the box! 10 riddles designed into a quiz type format. You can complete task in 30 minutes or 1 hour depending how long you give students to come up with their answers. I have suggested 2 minutes but this can be changed and adapted on the PowerPoint as it can be modified and saved. You can tailor to suit your purpose. Divide the class up or do it individually your choice, very clear and simple to use and follow. FUN FOR ALL AND GOOD FOR STUDENTS DEVELOPMENT! I hope you enjoy using this as much as I did. Please give me feedback as I am interested in finding out if this resource was successful for you and your class. 25 Slide PowerPoint.
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Christmas Riddle Bundle AMAZING VALUE #1

Christmas Riddle Bundle AMAZING VALUE #1

Awesome 3 in 1 Christmas Riddle Bundle Riddle challenge competition PowerPoint! OUTSTANDING RESOURCE – VERY SIMPLE TO LEAD AND LOTS OF FUN FOR YOUR STUDENTS! Students asked me to create riddle resources as they love riddles and the challenge. I have now made one tailored for CHRISTMAS. I have tested it on my students from years 7-13, a range of riddles easy, medium and challenge! It will encourage and develop lateral thinking within students, promote thinking outside the box! 10 riddles designed into a quiz type format. You can complete task in 30 minutes or 1 hour depending how long you give students to come up with their answers. I have suggested 2 minutes but this can be changed and adapted on the PowerPoint as it can be modified and saved. You can tailor to suit your purpose. Divide the class up or do it individually your choice, very clear and simple to use and follow. FUN FOR ALL AND GOOD FOR STUDENTS DEVELOPMENT! I hope you enjoy using this as much as I did. Please give me feedback as I am interested in finding out if this resource was successful for you and your class. 25 Slide PowerPoint.
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Christmas Riddle Bundle 4 in 1 INCREDIBLE VALUE

Christmas Riddle Bundle 4 in 1 INCREDIBLE VALUE

4x Amazing Christmas Riddle Bundles for Tutor time or lessons in the run up to Christmas. Riddle challenge competition PowerPoint! OUTSTANDING RESOURCE – VERY SIMPLE TO LEAD AND LOTS OF FUN FOR YOUR STUDENTS! Students asked me to create riddle resources as they love riddles and the challenge. I have now made one tailored for CHRISTMAS. I have tested it on my students from years 7-13, a range of riddles easy, medium and challenge! It will encourage and develop lateral thinking within students, promote thinking outside the box! 10 riddles designed into a quiz type format. You can complete task in 30 minutes or 1 hour depending how long you give students to come up with their answers. I have suggested 2 minutes but this can be changed and adapted on the PowerPoint as it can be modified and saved. You can tailor to suit your purpose. Divide the class up or do it individually your choice, very clear and simple to use and follow. FUN FOR ALL AND GOOD FOR STUDENTS DEVELOPMENT! I hope you enjoy using this as much as I did. Please give me feedback as I am interested in finding out if this resource was successful for you and your class. 25 Slide PowerPoint.
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CHRISTMAS RIDDLES #3 FANTASTIC

CHRISTMAS RIDDLES #3 FANTASTIC

AWESOME CHRISTMAS RIDDLES #3 Riddle challenge competition PowerPoint! OUTSTANDING RESOURCE – VERY SIMPLE TO LEAD AND LOTS OF FUN FOR YOUR STUDENTS! Students asked me to create riddle resources as they love riddles and the challenge. I have now made one tailored for CHRISTMAS. I have tested it on my students from years 7-13, a range of riddles easy, medium and challenge! It will encourage and develop lateral thinking within students, promote thinking outside the box! 10 riddles designed into a quiz type format. You can complete task in 30 minutes or 1 hour depending how long you give students to come up with their answers. I have suggested 2 minutes but this can be changed and adapted on the PowerPoint as it can be modified and saved. You can tailor to suit your purpose. Divide the class up or do it individually your choice, very clear and simple to use and follow. FUN FOR ALL AND GOOD FOR STUDENTS DEVELOPMENT! I hope you enjoy using this as much as I did. Please give me feedback as I am interested in finding out if this resource was successful for you and your class. 25 Slide PowerPoint.
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Doric, Ionic and Corinthian: What are the key features of a Greek Temple?

Doric, Ionic and Corinthian: What are the key features of a Greek Temple?

This lesson takes students through the basic differences between Doric, Ionic and Corinthian Greek Temples. HD examples are included of a variety of temples from each 'order' of Greek Architecture. Blank templates are included so students can have a go at drawing their own columns for each order. A differentiated homework task is included at the end of the lesson to encourage further research and thinking. This lesson would be ideally suited to KS4+5 students who are studying Greek architecture for whatever reason for the first time.
robertsad
European Day of Languages Pin Badges

European Day of Languages Pin Badges

Tutor Time: European Day of Languages Pin Badges This is a selection European Badges that we print out on card and have pupils to write what language they speak on them. They then wear these badges throughout the day and use them as a talking point. There is also a blank badge for pupils to draw their own flag and write their language of choice. Even if the pupils don't speak a European language we encourage them to tell everyone what language they do speak. We even wear badges as staff. We have great fun with these. Badges included: Sweden Switzerland Great Britain Spain Croatia Ukraine Wales Austria Belgium Bulgaria Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Portugal Romania Norway Netherlands Poland England Malta Scotland Italy Feedback is most welcome. Please do not hesitate to contact us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite
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Greek Mythology Wordsearch Starter Activity Myths and Legends Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Greek Mythology Wordsearch Starter Activity Myths and Legends Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Wordsearch on the theme of 'Greek Mythology'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Harry Potter characters and their links to classical (Roman & Greek) mythology

Harry Potter characters and their links to classical (Roman & Greek) mythology

Did you know that most of the names of characters and magical creatures in the Harry Potter series have roots in classical mythology and Latin and/or Ancient Greek? Do your students love Harry Potter? This is a ready to use, editable Powerpoint presentation with slides of 24 different characters and creatures from the Harry Potter series, where possible with images from the movie. In the notes for each slide you will find the description of that slide: the connection between that specific Harry Potter character and Latin or Ancient Greek language and/or mythology. Let the students recognise the characters and teach them about the links with the classics, to let them discover once again that the classics really are all around us, if only we learn to see them!
CreativeClassics
Poetic devices bundle

Poetic devices bundle

I have bundled together six resources which will prove useful when studying poetry. An in depth analysis is given of four different poems, one by Carol Ann Duffy ; one by Charles Causley; one by Jane Weir ; another by Thomas Hood. The other resources are more general and test knowledge and understanding of terminology such as alliteration and oxymoron. The puzzles can be adapted to suit different abilities and all answers are provided.
jlimb
A week of fully resourced Literacy lessons about Greek Myths for UKS2

A week of fully resourced Literacy lessons about Greek Myths for UKS2

This resource can be found for a cheaper price at https://lessonplanned.co.uk/downloads/week-fully-resourced-literacy-lessons-greek-myths-uks2/ This week of Literacy lessons focuses on developing children's understanding of Greek myths and gives them an opportunity to write a description of their own mythological creature. All of the classes who have been taught this week of Literacy have really enjoyed it, especially the boys! Day 1: Reading and analysing examples of Greek myths. Day 2: Creating word banks to describe mythological creatures. Day 3: Using expanded noun phrases to describe mythological creatures. Day 4: Creating and planning their own mythological creature (with a bit of drawing included to keep them interested). Day 5: Children write a written description of their mythical creatures using the skills taught during the week. Do you want more great resources which save you precious time? Visit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Klein100 to find more high-quality lessons.
Klein100
Ancient Greeks Intro / Gods and Goddesses SEN

Ancient Greeks Intro / Gods and Goddesses SEN

All resources developed for use with primary children with significant autism. Also suitable for KS3. Ancient Greek Intro - where was Ancient Greece? What does 'ancient' mean? What was the Greek alphabet? Gods and Godessess - Basic introduction, simple language Gods and Goddesess - Going to the Temple Simple comprehension - 2 versions, one is colour coded to support learners in finding the answers in the text. Describing Zeus - picture and word mat to support a writing activity (describing Zeus) Greek alphabet - activity
jlp76
Let's talk about gender roles

Let's talk about gender roles

I have bundled together three resources which I think will be useful when discussing gender roles in poetry and drama. They all address the roles women play, as wives, mothers , lovers. The quiz is more generally about Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet but some of the questions refer to the fact that Juliet would have been played by a boy back in the seventeenth century. It is light hearted in tone.
jlimb
The Villas of Pompeii

The Villas of Pompeii

This resource includes: -A 17 slide long PowerPoint about the Villa of the Papyri, Villa of the Mysteries and Villa of Diomedes. It includes a slide per villa with information and images as well as other slides going into more detail about specific parts of the villa. - At the end of the Powerpoint, there is a task slide which comes with information sheets to help the students complete the task.There is also a creative drawing stretch and challenge for early finishers. - There are then 2 worksheets provided which state the basic information that has been covered in the lesson and a challenge sheet where some words are missing so they have to fill them in(which helps with information recall) and then use theses sheets to complete the main task. Objectives: to learn about the three main villas in Pompeii, to analyse the floor plans of villas, to discover some wealthy citizens who owned these villas, to learn about life in Pompeii, to learn about the different areas of an average villa. Objective displayed on presentation: What were the villas of Pompeii? How to use this resource: Add/delete any slides or information you want.You don't need to cover everything as there is a lot of information it covers.Once finished teaching content, guide students through the task and use the print outs provided for each student.
Chloefear1960
Timeline Ancient Greece Poster

Timeline Ancient Greece Poster

This timeline shows the history of the Ancient Greek Civilisation, divided into the most common periods. Above the timeline you will find a short description of the highlights of each period in the same colour as that period on the timeline. Below the timeline, important events are added in the colours of each period. The specific events that marked the transitions between the different periods are added with thicker borders and fading colours. I refer to this poster almost every lesson when I'm teaching Greek or ancient history! It is very useful to allow the students to keep an overview in their mind when we're talking about a specific historical event or person. My students have gotten so used to my poster that they for example say that Plato of course lived in the "yellow"; period, that Homer's texts are from the "blue" period and that the story of Theseus and the Minotaur is situated in the "pink" period. The file is large and detailed enough to print on an A1 format as a poster. I have a Dutch version available too.
CreativeClassics
Poetry bundle

Poetry bundle

I have bundled together three resources which analyse very different poems. Charles Causley's "What has happened to Lulu?" Carol Ann Duffy's "Medusa" and Thomas Hood's "No!" These resources offer in depth analysis of poetry across the ages. They could be utilised individually or combined. Duffy's poem and Causley's poem might be utilised together to portray attitudes towards women for instance. Suitable for 14+
jlimb
Poetry analysis: "Medusa" by Carol Ann Duffy

Poetry analysis: "Medusa" by Carol Ann Duffy

This Power point resource provides background information from Greek mythology to shed light on Carol Ann Duffy's poem, "Medusa". Each stanza is analysed in turn over ten slides and an analysis is given which references the power of three, sibilance, onomatopoeia, extended metaphor, paradox, alliteration and much more. This resource is intended to be used as a starting point for discussion and is broken down into individual stanzas so that the students have an opportunity to discuss the poet's intentions and use of language before the given analysis appears. This poem would be useful when discussing gender roles and misogyny. I include another resource about how words can hurt and leave a long-lasting wound.Suggestions are given which will promote wider discussion. Pupils are given a chance to channel emotions and negativity into more creative and rewarding outcomes. This resource is suitable for ages 12+
jlimb
Differentiated lesson on Perseus and Medusa

Differentiated lesson on Perseus and Medusa

This is a lesson to support those of lower ability with learning the myth of Perseus and Medusa. It contains sequencing parts of the story to help children to process the facts in the correct order. It includes activities in pairs to remember the characters. It also includes visual pictures to identify. The mixture of the visual, kinaesthetic and the chance to discuss with partner helps children to process the story. Also comes with a cartoon grid to complete.
Miffymimi
12 greek gods of olympus

12 greek gods of olympus

Fact finding activity for the 12 Greek gods. Good activity to introduce the children to gods for the first time. Also differentiated for a higher ability as a writing task should you wish. Resource includes a Greek god table for all children to stick in books and powerpoint presentation for you to teach with. Information sheets for the children to garner information from about the Greek gods. Always an idea to put books on the desks as well to help them. It also includes pictures of all of the Greek gods for them to cut and stick into the table.
Macca99999
GREECE GREEK LANGUAGE MULTICULTURE AND DIVERSITY TEACHING RESOURCES DISPLAY

GREECE GREEK LANGUAGE MULTICULTURE AND DIVERSITY TEACHING RESOURCES DISPLAY

Included resources: Country Information pack– covering all the key facts about the country – such as history, geography, language, landmarks, tourism etc. A4 posters of photos of different things around the country – such as monuments, landmarks, mountains, scenery, homes, people etc Writing activities, drawing activities, design activities, display materials such as borders, banners and buntings, flags from different countries, large Greece flag, colouring pages, sports display posters from Olympics, sports activities, map and flag activities, Greek god flashcards, Greek language resources for days / months/ numbers / phrases, reward chart to make, key word flashcards, Airport departure board for display with words and letters, word searches, etc
hayleyhill
Place Value - read numbers including decimals (cross curricular numeracy_2)

Place Value - read numbers including decimals (cross curricular numeracy_2)

Six puzzles to support cross curricular numeracy in: French, Technology, Chemistry and Economics. Puzzles can be used as starters. Use the puzzles in different subject areas to identify a numeracy deficit connected to place value or issues of transference from mathematics to other subjects. Devices within the puzzle allow students to self monitor their work and correct errors. Students like to finish a puzzle, but they don’t always like the jokes they decode! Each puzzle also supports literacy. Students have to split the string of letters into recognisable words to answer the joke. If you find these resources useful there are more, search for: Place value - decimals (cross curricular numeracy_1 or_3). Keywords: cross curricular numeracy, resource, the decimal system, read decimal numbers, place value, units, tenths, hundredths, thousandths, decimal, un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, international joke day, degrees, potassium, oxygen, humus, tzatziki, dips, chocolate, balanced diet, bridge, La Seine, worksheet, numeracy deficit, transference (unlock untangle understand).
gmacphail
Ancient Greek Guided Reading Scripts

Ancient Greek Guided Reading Scripts

Ancient Greek Guided Reading Scripts Based on Units 14 and 15 – 5 plays (6 speakers each) and quizzes Who were weirder - Greek gods or mortals? Whether in sport, recreation or war, those Greeks certainly had some strange ‘takes' on life - a visit to the theatre would more than confirm this view ..... if you got one, along with 20,000 others! This set of 5 group readers or guided reading texts cover: 1. The Gods 2. The Olympics - Ancient and Modern 3. The Arts 4. War 5. Greek Theater These mini plays are based on Units 14 (The Ancient Greeks) and 15 (How do we use Greek ideas today?) of the UK Key Stage II History curriculum and aim to cover all the major teaching points - with accompanying quizzes to assess learning. Sample Text Play 1 The Gods Speakers: Zeus (king of the gods), Hera (queen of the gods), Apollo (sun god), Ares (god of war), Athena (god of wisdom), Hades (god of the underworld) Hades: But then to be bought up by a goat? Bet that made you feel a bit of a silly billy! Zeus: You might laugh! But you'd still be inside Kronos, along with Hestia, Demeter, Poseidon and Hera if it weren't for me! Hera (grudgingly): Yes, we do all owe you that one debt of gratitude. Though making Kronos sick! Couldn't you have thought of a slightly more dignified way of getting us out! Play 2 The Olympics - Ancient and Modern Speakers: Sostratos (wrestler/boxer), Steve Redgrave (rower), Leonidas (runner),Mark Spitz (swimmer) Kallipateira (boxer's mother), Olga Korbut (gymnast) Leonidas: Good heavens! They'll be telling us they get their horses to perform, next! Redgrave: Funny you should mention that! Yes we do! It's called dressage, and horses nowadays have to jump over fences as well! Play 3 The Arts Play 4 War! Play 5 Greek Theatre Other Ancient Civilisation scripts written by Sue Russell (available off www.plays-r-ussell.com until added to TES website): Assemblies: Ancient Greece (2 assemblies, Units 14 & 15) Ancient Egypt Ancient China Ancient Rome Indus Valley Ancient Sumer Baghdad: Early Islamic Civilisation Maya civilisation Benin civilisation & Aztecs Majority of these have supplementary guided reading scripts e.g. Ancient Greek Myth Guided Reading Scripts and quizzes Play 1 Odysseus and the Cyclops Play 2 Theseus and the Minotaur Play 3 Tale of Two Spinners Play 4 The Gorgon's Head Play 5 Pandora's Box Also available, if you need ‘the Big Picture’: Ancient Civilisations Assembly – a collective assembly, covering 6 ancient civilisations, answering questions When? and Where? Ancient Civilisations History of Medicine Assembly
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Ancient Greek Myths Guided Reading Scripts and Quizzes

Ancient Greek Myths Guided Reading Scripts and Quizzes

Ancient Greek Myths Guided Reading Scripts and quizzes 5 Plays with 6 Speakers each Sample texts Play 1 Odysseus and the Cyclops Speakers: Poseidon, Polyphemus, Cyclops 2, Odysseus, Greek Warriors 1 & 2. Cyclops 2: So why didn't you tell us, brother, what was going on? Polyphemus (sarcastically): Er, what bit of ‘Help! I've been blinded!' didn't you understand? Poseidon: Yes, you could hear his screaming and hollering right across the oceans! Cyclops 2: But you said, ‘It's Nobody'. And then went on to actually repeat ‘Nobody has done this to me'. So we Cyclops naturally thought you were dreaming. Polyphemus: But it was Nobody who did it to me! Cyclops 2: So why are you making all the fuss? If Nobody is to blame, then you have no case to argue! Odysseus: Oh dear! And this is after it's all been explained! No wonder these Cyclops got a reputation for being a thick lot! Play 2 Theseus and the Minotaur Play 3 Tale of Two Spinners Play 4 The Gorgon's Head Play 5 Pandora's Box Other Ancient Civilisation scripts written by Sue Russell (available off www.plays-r-ussell.com until added to TES website): Assemblies: Ancient Greece (2 assemblies, Units 14 & 15) Ancient Egypt Ancient China Ancient Rome Indus Valley Ancient Sumer Baghdad: Early Islamic Civilisation Maya civilisation Benin civilisation & Aztecs Majority of these have supplementary guided reading scripts e.g. Myths and Legends from Different Civilizations • Play 1 Ancient Egypt: The Story of Isis & Osiris • Play 2 Ancient Rome: The Story of Romulus & Remus • Play 3 Russia: Babushka • Play 4 Ancient China: The Monkey Who Would Be King • Play 5 The Story of Savitri and Satyavan Also available, if you need ‘the Big Picture’: Ancient Civilisations Assembly – a collective assembly, covering 6 ancient civilisations, answering questions When? and Where? Ancient Civilisations History of Medicine Assembly
suesplays
Free Webquest Task Cards- Roman Mythology Grades 4-7

Free Webquest Task Cards- Roman Mythology Grades 4-7

This set of 16 task cards is a great way to review Roman Mythology while your students are reading for information and using the internet to answer the questions. Each card is a Mini Quest with a link and 2 questions about characters in Roman Mythology. Task cards are great practice for those early finishers that you want to provide with a meaningful review. WebQuests give your students an opportunity to gain factual information while using research skills. This product combines the advantages of both. Contains: 16 Task cards Each Card is a Mini Quest of 2 questions Subject is Roman Mythology Student Answer Sheet and Key Included Supports CCSS RI.4.1-RI.8.1
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Ancient Greece WebQuest: The City of Athens

Ancient Greece WebQuest: The City of Athens

Athens is one of the great cities of the world. It is the birth place of democracy and the heart of the Ancient Greek civilization. As your students learn about Ancient Athens they uncover facts while learning to read for information and using research skills. Answer Key included Looking for more resources about Ancient Greece? The Greek Gods and Heroes Scavenger Hunt- Read The Room Ancient Greece WebQuest: The City of Athens Greek Mythology Bundle Greek Myth Bingo -Fun Review of Greek Gods and Mythology Worksheet Ancient Greece Latitude Longitude Questions & Map
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