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Greek Mythology Webquest for Kids Students will gain basic knowledge about the Greek gods and goddess by completing an internet-based worksheet. This website is great for students who might be studying World History, Literature, Mythology, Greek,
Greek and Latin roots will help your students become better spellers, writers, readers and vocabulary masters! This 35 week spelling program covers over 80 common Greek-Latin word roots. Each week focuses on a set of word roots that are similar or
Since reading comprehension and vocabulary knowledge are closely related, it is imperative that students develop the skills necessary to acquire new vocabulary as they move through school. The CCSS Reading: Foundational Skills demand students know
Here is everything you need to teach Greek and Latin word roots to your students this year! This bundle contains all three (3) of my popular Greek and Latin Word Root products: Greek and Latin Roots Spelling and Vocabulary Greek and Latin
A fun and easy to work with worksheet on 20 Latin words and their English meaning. Students work as "word sleuths" to try and identify the meaning of the 20 words for a set period of time and then correct and score it themselves orally with their
Weekly Latin Phrases Language Arts Word Study Etymology CCSS ELA This is a set of popular Latin phrases for classroom display purposes, in portrait format with large fonts. There are 43 in all, so you have more than enough for the school year.
Learning Greek and Latin word roots and their meanings will help your students be more successful in all academic subjects! These colorful word root slides will give your students a chance to learn Greek and Latin roots visually, orally and in
12 png files in color with black line masters for commercial or personal use. Greek and latin roots include: -meter (measure) -graph (write/draw) -cracy (rule by) geo- (earth) spec- (look, see, watch) carn- (meat) aqua- (water) amor- (love) derm(a)
A fun and easy to work with worksheet on 20 Latin words and their English meaning. Similar in format to "Latin: The Language of Rome Fun Worksheet #1" but with totally different words. Students work as "word sleuths" to try and identify the
Teaching Morphology through Greek and Latin Roots Created by The Ancient-Minded Professor Why teach vocabulary through Greek and Latin roots? • Vocabulary acquisition has a direct and immediate effect upon reading comprehension • The majority of
This is a 40-page student notebook for a teaching unit on Rosemary Sutcliffe's "Black Ships Before Troy", a simplified prose version of the "Iliad." The notebook contains study questions for the 19 chapters in the book that students were to complete
For the Latin class: This one sided handout includes 4 columns,column 1 - Arabic numbers, column 2 - Roman numerals, column 3 - cardinal numbers (the number words in Latin) - column 4 - ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. in Latin) numbers
(NOTE: This product is also included in another product in my store titled: Weekly-Themed Greek & Latin Root Words for the Whole Year. Product includes Power Point presentations, tests, handouts, and certificates.) The "Power Point: A
This worksheet/activity moves you from single words (Fun Worksheet #1 and #2) to commonly used Latin phrases. Students are given fifteen Latin phrases that were used by the Romans. They then try to match the Latin words with their English
This worksheet is exactly like #1 and #2 in my series of Latin lessons, but with sixteen words instead of twenty for students to work with. Please look at the Preview to see how the lesson works. Kids love this word sleuthing activity, and this
I teach my middle school class four common Latin words that are part of English a day for five school days. This is a great warmup to begin a language arts or social studies period, a real nice starter. Included are: 1) the list of the "20 Most
This has helped tremendously in helping my students understand the etymology of words, which is emphasized in the CCSS for ELA. This is a compilation of over 80 Greek and Latin word parts, complete with definitions, that I use in my classroom.
Activities for students to learn about Roman gods and goddesses (Greek names also included). Includes: - Power Point and notes worksheet to introduce students to the topic - Drill where students match different symbols with the appropriate
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about slavery in Ancient Rome. I use this worksheet to help students better understand how slaves were treated in Ancient Rome. This activity is very easy to use. All you have
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the assassination of Julius Caesar. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about Roman gladiators. I use this worksheet to help students better understand gladiator fights, and that some Romans were opposed to the gladiator fights. This activity is
* Newly Updated * - now with 2 Prepositions charts and extra Irregular Verbs! Latin can be very confusing! Do your students need some charts to help them remember all those declensions and conjugations? What about those pesky pronoun lists??!
Mythology Unit 1 is an introduction to mythology which examines the nature and significance of mythology. Students investigate origins, purposes, and interpretations of myths. The unit is designed to promote close reading, critical thinking, writing
Is there a Medicinae Doctor in the house? Connecting English and Latin has never been easier .. two medical activities to teach Latin and Greek roots. The first is a matching game: figure out doctors and diseases based on the roots. In the
This document is the Henle 1 Grammar memory work for the first 15 weeks of Challenge A. It covers the noun declensions. Each page notes which Grammar rules are covered. I have posted the charts blank for free separately.
SCOOT, SCOOT, SCOOT! My students love doing a SCOOT in the classroom. It gets them up and moving! This product is all about using Roman numerals and Arabic (standard) The word problems include basic operations of addition, subtraction and
Students complete a variety of stations and activities to learn about the different walks of life in the city of Pompeii, and the disaster that struck the city. Stations Include: Gladiator History detective Experience a volcanic eruption! Music of
Assignment for creating a derivative tree. Using Latin root words, prefixes, and suffixes, students can create English words, make connections between Latin and English vocabulary, and increase knowledge of English vocabulary. Includes a list of
A set of 20 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by Liam Neeson. These questions cover through the section on Cleisthenes (there is another handout for the
A set of 30 viewing questions (akin to reading questions) for the PBS video Greeks - Crucible of Civilization, produced in 2000 and narrated by Liam Neeson. These questions cover from the end of the section on Cleisthenes through Themistocles and
A detailed map in color of ancient Greece and the Ionian Peninsula (Turkey) during the Peloponnesian Wars, detailing which cities were allied with Athens and which with Sparta. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which
A set of 19 different bingo cards with an uppercase letter of the Greek alphabet in each square. The teacher calls out a random letter of the Greek alphabet, and students place a token on that letter if they have it. (A great source of tokens is
Need help teaching Latin vocab that’s used in everyday English? Need to fill a cultural gap or strengthen their conversational literacy? Use this 2-day set to teach, practice, and assess 30 commonly-used Latin words, phrases, and abbreviations
How quickly can you find an M.D. in the P.M.? This bingo-style scavenger hunt for Latin abbreviations teaches children the Latin origins of the abbreviations we use every day! A follow-up lesson is a cloze activity, writing letters from a deserted
Introduce your young child to Latin and the ancient world with the Classical Coloring Book. 13 line drawings of the ancient world in full-page size to be colored, with accompanying Latin phrases that describe them (translations of the phrases are
A map of the Egyptian Empire, c.1000 BCE, focusing on the Nile and the Nile Delta. Location of the pharoahs, pyramids and mummies, Egypt was one of the most dominant empires of the Mediterranean. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10"
This vocabulary PowerPoint introduces students to the Ch. 1 vocabulary in the Ecce Romani 1 textbook with colorful and often humorous pictures and added derivative clues.
You will receive a link to a Prezi PowerPoint Lesson that covers Edith Hamilton’s Mythology Chapter, “Eight Brief Love Myths” in a visually stimulating way. I’ve spent a number of hours adding maps, art, video, poetry, etc. that all connect to
These questions are based on the content of the popular mythology book D’Aulaires Book of Greek Myths. I use this book with my 6th grade classes and my students always enjoy reviewing the material with a round of quiz bowl. The questions are
In this educational film, students see a reconstruction of a Roman soldier, stationed at the northern border of the Roman empire in the 1st century CE. The voice over explains the details of his armor, weapons, clothing, and personal items.
This lesson plan collection includes 15 primary source worksheets related to Ancient Rome. I use these readings and worksheets to add depth and debate to my Ancient Rome unit. The primary documents are from the following great
Activities to introduce students to Roman naming practices. Includes: - Student notes worksheet with teacher key - Name/Family challenge: Using what students know about names, they must re-assemble a family tree given only the members’ names -
Help your students learn important Latin terms that are used often in day to day life. There are 30 cards with the Latin word or phrase on the front and the definition on the back. They print 8 to a page. Print on card stock and laminate to make
Latin terms are commonly used in government and civics classes, and this worksheet gives your students the opportunity to increase their Latin vocabulary. The worksheet allows students to identify and learn about ten common Latin phrases used within
Montessori-style Lesson Plan Activities from Magical Movement Company featuring "Carnaval" activities in the style of Brazilian music & dance. Printables to support the activities including: ~ Montessori-style 3 part cards ~ Montessori-style
Originally written for a Latin class, this project can be adapted to any unit on rhetoric. It asks students to analyze the rhetoric of a speech of their choosing and to find rhetorical figures in pop culture. The first sheet is the intro, the second
A map of Charlemagne's Empire. The first Holy Roman Emperor, crowned by the Pope in 800, Charlemagne united Europe during a mini-Renaissance, spearheaded by his court scholar Einhard. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size,
A detailed map of ancient Greece. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net). All images carry the Creative Commons