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Meet Your Fellow Olympians

http://members.aol.com/Donnclass/Greeklife.html

Description: It's around 480 BC. You are an Olympian contestant, representing your city-state at the Olympic games! How would you behave? Let's find out! Learn about the Greek city states of Athens, Sparta, Corinth, Argos, and Megara as they competed at the Olympic Games. Standards 6.4.1, and 6.4.4

Author: Lin and Don Donn

Lesson ID: 712

Mythology: Teaching Activities

http://www.mythweb.com/teachers/tips/tips.html

Description: These activities based on Greek and Roman mythology are designed to build such skills as creative writing, observing, vocabulary development and art appreciation. They can be used independently of each other and are not intended for use in any particular sequence. Standards 6.4.4

Author: Myth Web

Lesson ID: 1381

New Twist On an Old Tale: An Internet WebQuest on Cinderella

http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/education/projects/webquests/cinderella/tindex.htm

Description: Imagine that you and a team of fellow archaeologists have been contracted by the U.N. Historical Society to uncover artifacts from the Ancient Greek culture. Recently an archaeological digging site was discovered and now it is up to you and your team to reveal the secrets of a culture that has long since disappeared. As you begin your dig, many important discoveries are made that give clues to the way of life in Ancient Greece. In fact, so many artifacts have been discovered that you and your team have decided to divide into areas of expertise to analyze the findings. Although your job is tough, with a team as highly qualified as yours, you should be able to give the Historical Society a thorough report on life as it was in Ancient Greece. However, the director of the U.N. Historical Society feels that it is important to educate the children of the world about other cultures. So your team has been asked to display your findings of Ancient Greece through a fairy tale. Standard 6.4.0, 6.4.1, and 6.4.4

Author: Rene Geraci, Wesley Kohl, and Stacy Stevens, University of Richmond

Lesson ID: 755

Odysseus Game

http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~loxias/odchoice.htm

Description: In this web game you can choose to be either Odysseus himself or his young son Telemachus or his beautiful wife, Penelope. If you choose Odysseus, you begin your adventure as you are about to leave Troy on your voyage home to Ithaca.(Unknown to you this will take you ten whole years, because of something you did to upset the god Poseidon.) Where will you head for first ...? If you choose Telemachus, you are about to hear news of your father for the first time in nearly ten years. How can you help him...? If you choose Penelope, you are about to be very surprised by your son's behaviour ... Standard 6.4.4

Author: Andrew Wilson, Classics Pages

Lesson ID: 766

Olympic Games of Ancient Greece, The

http://education.nmsu.edu/webquest/wq/olympics/olympicwq.html

Description: Your task is to discover as much as you can about the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece. Try to find as many new and unique facts as possible. Your task is to: 1.Briefly describe one of the Olympic events 2. Find a map of Ancient Greece and label where the first Games were held 3. Create 3 questions for your class to answer 4. If you were an athlete, which game would you participate in and why? Standards 6.4.1, 6.4.4 and 6.4.8

Author: Mary Baker, Steven Doubrava, and Brian McDuffie

Lesson ID: 773

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