A History of Ancient Greece - Part 1: Democracy, War, Art, and MORE (Semester)
In this semester-long multi-day course students will learn about the fascinating culture, history, art, and architecture of Ancient Greece during the Archaic and Classical periods through Alexander the Great.
Janette Eggiman M.A.
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DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction to the culture of Ancient Greece. We will examine the beliefs, values, and institutions of Greece by tracing its history, literature, art, and architecture from the Bronze Age through Alexander the Great. The course follows a rough chronological framework and will consider major historical events in Ancient Greece; however, we will focus on how those events affected cultural beliefs, customs and practices. We will also consider how those beliefs and...
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I am fascinated by the Greco-Roman world; its history, literature, culture, and languages. I have an M.A. in Classics and have taught ancient Greek history, as well as other subjects related to Classics, to a range of ages and skill levels online and in a traditional classroom. This course is meant to be fun! It will incorporate a lot of literature but also a lot of material culture from the classical world.
Weekly reading and journal exercises are assigned. These are designed to help develop learners' critical reading and thinking skills and come prepared to class for discussion. A final essay project will also be assigned. Students will learn how to write a thesis statement and conduct research for their short essay.
Overall grades and evaluations are available upon request.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
The Greeks artistically admired the human form, as result a lot of material culture from ancient Greece contains nudity. Images that contain what might be considered "lewd behavior" will not be included.
Students must have access to: - Edpuzzle.com - Google docs/drive - Nearpod.com
Janette Eggiman M.A.
Classics Expert: Greco-Roman History, Latin, Ancient Greek
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
455 total reviews
243 completed classes
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